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Brewshed Brewery in Ingham launches beer takeaway service amid coronavirus crisis





An independent brewery in Ingham is offering a draught beer takeaway service to help residents raise a glass during tough times.

The Brewshed Brewery, at Place Farm, has set up a pop-up shop to allow customers to fill up on their favourite tipple amid the coronavirus crisis.

David Marjoram, owner, said: “All they have to do is bring a clean container, plastic milk cartons work best. and we’ll sterilise it and fill it up with their beer of choice.”

The Brewshed in Ingham has started a beer takeaway service. Customers bring in their own containers and get them filled up with beer. There is also cans of their own beer to buy too..Pictured: Owner David Marjoram ...PICTURE: Mecha Morton .... (32578071)
The Brewshed in Ingham has started a beer takeaway service. Customers bring in their own containers and get them filled up with beer. There is also cans of their own beer to buy too..Pictured: Owner David Marjoram ...PICTURE: Mecha Morton .... (32578071)

The refill station, which has nine beers on tap, will be open from 4.30pm until 6.30pm on Tuesdays and Fridays and from 12pm until 3pm on Saturdays. Cans of beer will also be available.

For updates and to see what beers are on offer, visit brewshedbrewery.co.uk/2020/03/23/draught-beer-pop-up/ or follow @BrewshedBrewery on Twitter.