- Product Details
Some foolish physicians may disagree, but give a friend or loved one this Personalised Prescription Beer and it's sure to cure whatever may ale them.
Just what the doctor order for a birthday and sure to hit the spot on Father's Day, the brilliant beer makes for a gorgeous gift for an ale drinker on any special occasion.
Certain to make them smile, anyone who regularly sups real ale will appreciate this beer's easy to drink nature and glorious golden hue.
Those characteristics come from the expert brewing process, by which the ale is single hopped using styrian goldings.
Coming in at a lovely 4.4% ABV, each 500ml bottle is Finley Filtered and suitable for vegetarians, so that no one need miss out on this marvellous medicine.
Medicine it must surely be, as each bottle is adorned with a classic prescription bottle style label that can't fail but put a smile on your face.
Looking every inch like the real thing, the prescription label can be fully personalised by you to feature any name and other humorous text you choose.
- Personalised real ale beer
- Localy brewed using only traditional malts and hops
- A single hopped beer using styrian goldings
- Easy drinking light golden in colour
- 4.4% Vol
- Finley Filtered and suitable for vegetarians
- Delivery & Returns
2nd Class Mail:
Sent via 2nd Class Royal Mail: £3.99.
The delivery timescale is 2-3 working days.
1st Class Mail:
Sent via 1st Class Royal Mail: £4.99.
The delivery timescale is 1-2 working days.
Next Working Day (when available)
Orders received by 3:00 pm Monday to Friday sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
Saturday (when available)
Orders received by 3:00 pm sent via tracked courier service: £7.99.
The delivery timescale is approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch: £9
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