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Full Postal AddressTipplers Off Licence, 70 Load Street, BEWDLEY, DY12 2AW [Map]
Telephone Number01299 402254Pub's Own Website 
Opening Times10-22 MO-SA; 12-22 SU
FacilitiesOff Licence, Rail Station Nearby


Me outside the Tipplers Off Licence, December 2001

A specialist off-licence in the historic centre or Bewdley just a few yards from the River Severn. One of those little shops that you wander past, stop, turn back and curiosity draws you in. Certainly a warm welcome and it became immediately obvious that the friendly staff aim to provide you with as wide a range of quality products as they can. If you can't find what you're looking for they'll do their upmost to order it in for you too.

They've an excellent range of British and indeed foreign bottled beers. They also have a range of fine wines, good ports and unusual spirits. They've fruit wines on draught as well as draught cider and draught real ales from Midland breweries for you to take away. They usually have beers such as Old Hooky from Hook Norton and Hobsons Town Crier. When I visited there they also had a very nice guest from the small Malvern Hills brewery. They offer takeouts in a whole range of sizes of container; 2 pint bottles, 4 pint Carry kegs, Minipins (20 pints), Polypins (36 pints) and Firkins (72 pints). I just went for a couple of pints but I'd certainly go back there if I was organising a big party to purchase some quality beer.


Phil, perusing the fine selection of beers, June 2004



 
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