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Honest Brew beer subscription review

Try a regular beer delivery and discover new craft beers with the Honest Brew beer subscription

Honest Brew is ‘the home of good beer’, delivering craft beers from independent breweries across the world. As well as the monthly subscription, there are curated cases available for one-off purchase, including best of British, alcohol-free and craft lager options. You can also buy individual cans and bottles on a pay-as-you-go basis.


The selection process for the subscription is simple – choose between the two boxes available (pale, dark lager and more for a full craft beer experience, or IPAs and pale ales, for those who prefer hoppy brews), select your preferred number of beers (six, nine or 12), enter your card details, and you’re ready to go.

The subscription includes a surprise, so receiving the box each month is something to look forward to. The cans and bottles in the IPAs and pale ales box come from a range of top breweries, from far-flung Yeastie Boys in New Zealand, to Wales’s Tiny Rebel, Melton Mowbray’s Round Corner Brewing and closer-to-home The Kernel Brewery in Brixton, London. Within the category, there was a diverse selection of options, including IPAs, tropical infusions and gluten-free beers. The beers come nestled in a recyclable sectioned cardboard box, though there weren’t any tasting notes included.

This subscription is great for those wanting to try a wide selection of beers each month and discover new brands. It costs £22.90 for six beers, £29.90 for nine beers, £36.90 for 12 beers per month, and we feel that the nine-beer box is a good-value option to start with.