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Delivery

How our delivery system works

As soon as you place an order, you will receive an order confirmation e-mail from Beer Hawk. Once your beers are ready for dispatch, you will receive a further shipment confirmation e-mail providing details of your delivery. Our couriers, will then be in touch with a tracking number that you can use on their website to find out the very latest information on your delivery.

If you are not in when delivery is made, and a safe place has not been specified, then a card will be left with contact details for you to arrange another delivery. Should subsequent delivery attempts fail, the goods will return to Beer Hawk Ltd, and a full credit for the product will be issued to your account. You will forfeit the delivery charge. Should you contact us to arrange re-dispatch, we will charge a further (standard) delivery cost to your account.

We strongly advise against leaving goods without a signature, and will not be held liable for any losses incurred this way. Please note that we are not permitted by law to leave alcoholic goods with anyone who cannot prove they are over 18.

At peak times of the year (notably pre-Christmas), it may not always be possible to deliver within our standard 5 working days. In these rare instances, we will contact you to inform you of the estimated delivery date, and strive to get your beers with you as soon as possible.

Beer Hawk Beer Delivery

Spend over £50
on a single order

FREE

Within 3 working days

Our standard delivery is within 3 working days, although you will see from our customer reviews that we normally ship much faster!

Standard Delivery

£4.99

Within 3 working days

Beers will be delivered by courier within 3 working days. Mainland UK and Scottish mainland only. Please note – surcharges apply for the Scottish Highlands, Islands, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Please click here for details.

Express Delivery

+ £2.00

Within 2 working days

A supplementary £2.00 is payable for Express Delivery. This takes the total cost for delivery to £6.99 – unless you spend over £50, in which case there is just the standalone £2.00 to pay. Tick this box at checkout and we’ll get your beer to you within 2 working days.

Saturday Delivery

+ £2.00

Saturday

A supplementary £2.00 is payable for Saturday Delivery. This takes the total cost for delivery to £6.99 – unless you spend over £50, in which case there is just the standalone £2.00 to pay. Tick this box at checkout and we’ll get your beer to you on the next Saturday as long as you order by midnight Thursday.

Collection

FREE

Within 2 working days

You may collect your beer in person from our warehouse within 2 working days. A member of our Customer Services team will inform you when your beers are ready for collection. Our address is: Unit 1, Saltergate Business Park, Burley Bank Road, Harrogate HG3 2BX. Please note, a form of ID is required when collecting in person.

Surcharges

Scottish Highlands

+ £5.00

+ 1 - 2 working days

Applies to certain postcodes within IV, KW, PA, and PH.

Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland

+ £5.00

+ 1 - 2 working days

Beers will be delivered by courier within 5 working days.

Beer Hawk is rated 4.68 stars by Reviews.co.uk based on 2769 merchant reviews

4.68 / 5 Rating
2769 Reviews
Delivery was unbelievably fast. I ordered a case of Born to Die. Superb beer but a tad on the expensive side.
Easy to use website, only problem was too much choice as it all looked good. Delivery went to plan, which was important as it was a thank you gift.
This was a present delivered [eventually] to the recipient. I was very disappointed to hear from you that the recipient was not available to receive the package at the time you indicated. This was NOT true and no card was found through the letterbox! After the weekend when we had investigated and contacted you we heard that the package had been damaged [??]. Eventually a second package was delivered and I am sure the quality will be fine. However it was not a good introduction to Beerhawk for me. Two different stories seem very suspicious.