Father's Day Beer Gift Subscription

Whether he's your dad, pa or pops, treat him this Father's Day with the best gift of all.

The Perfect Gift for Father's Day

Whether he's your dad, pa or pops, treat him this Father's Day with the best gift of all. 


And not just your bog-standard supermarket fair. 

These are the freshest beers and limited editions from London's small and independent breweries.

What's in your Beer Subscription

Each craft beer box includes:

  • 12  bottles or cans of craft beer - All beers exclusively brewed in London by our favourite independent breweries.
  • A beer menu - Introducing your new craft beers and breweries.
  • Your own hoppist tote bag - because we love the planet just as much as beer.
  • 'Share the love' card - Including discounts for you and friends.

What Beers Will I get?

We bring you the newest beers fresh from the brewery. Get your hands on rare and limited editions and some of London's favourites. 

One of our recent boxes included:

  • Baron H - Earl Grey Black IPA (Limited Release) by Hammerton Brewery, Holloway
  • Domino Tipple - Mosaic IPA from Pressure Drop Brewing, Tottenham
  • Five Points Pale from Five Points Brewery, Hackney
  • Champion Kolsch from Canopy Beer Co, Herne Hill
  • Lapsang Lager from East India Brewing Co, Brixton
  • Unfiltered Pils from Hop Stuff, Woolwich
  • Van Dammage - Belgian IPA from Mondo Brewing, Battersea
  • London Smoke - Imperial Porter from Five Points Brewing Co, Hackney
  • Kew Green - Chocolate Milk Stout from Kew Brewery, Kew
  • Pontoon - South Pacific Red Ale from Villages Brewery, Deptford
  • Pale Fire - American IPA from Pressure Drop Brewing, Tottenham
  • Work (Part One) from Forest Road Brewing Co, Hackney

Delivery Information

There's no waiting with our gift subscriptions. All you need to do is:

  • Choose between a 1 month,  3 month, 6 month or 12 month subscription
  • We'll email your gift certificate straight away
  • Once you've presented your gift, the lucky recipient just logs in and chooses their start date.

What could be easier?