Win a box of beer this Halloween

How would you like to be in with a chance to win a free box of beer this Halloween?

Beavertown Brewery is launching a new spooky delivery service this Thursday and Friday – and those who sign up could get a bespoke Halloween box delivered straight to their door complete with decorations, mouth-watering beer and a few spooky surprises. 

There’s been plenty of tricks but not many treats this year, as Halloween is the latest victim of 2020.

But as fright night is now a stay at home affair, Beavertown is here to rescue plans for a frightful Halloween at home. 

Beavertown’s spooky delivery service will be making deliveries in London on Thursday and Friday of this week, and you can apply for a slot directly here.

But be quick, it’s only out for delivery for a short space of time and slots are limited.

The van will also be making a surprise appearance at select locations around London.

It could be a pub or it could be some of London’s spookiest sounding streets.  

For more information on Beavertown Brewery, visit the website here or check out @Beavertownbeer on Instagram and Twitter, /Beavertownbrewery on Facebook – or see the web shop here.

Pictured top: Beavertown will be making spooky deliveries across London this Thursday and Friday

 


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