2020 has been the year of home delivery and this Halloween Beavertown Brewery is launching a spooky delivery service with a bit of a twist. From Thursday 29th to Friday 30th, those who sign up will be in with a chance to get a bespoke Halloween box delivered straight to their door complete with decorations, mouthwatering beer and a few spooky surprises.
There’s been plenty of tricks but not many treats as Halloween is the latest victim of 2020. 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 29th and Friday 30th October. You can apply for a slot directly https://beavertownhalloween.co.uk, 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. Those who don’t live in London will also be able to apply for a chance to get a box posted to their door. Keep a watchful eye on @Beavertownbeer on Instagram and Twitter for more information.
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*All successful deliveries will be chosen at random and submitting a request doesn’t guarantee delivery.
By signing up online at www.universe.com/BeavertownHalloween you agree to provide an email, phone number and postal address as well as agree to have Beavertown’s vehicle turn up at the chosen location.
Challenge 25 will be applied, Beavertown will ask for proof of age of customers who, in their judgement, appear to be under 25. In the case that someone looks under 25, ID will need to be provided upon delivery.
If an ID check is required, Beavertown will complete the check at a distance, maintaining social distancing.
Upon arrival at any given address, All Beavertown handlers will be required to wear a mask and will maintain social distancing.