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Welcome to our "social media hub". From here you can reach all of the different bits of the BeerRitz empire.

For all mail order, you can use our online shop www.beerritz.co.uk. You can also follow the mail order service on Twitter here, and you can like the Facebook page so updates will appear in your timeline. You can email the mail order service using this form, or you can call us on 01423 359371 (9.30am-4.30pm, Monday-Friday)

Our shop, BeerRitz, in Headingley, Leeds, is open from midday to 9pm, 7 days a week. You can follow the Leeds shop on Twitter here, and you can find the shop's Facebook page here. Their phone number is 0113 275 3464, or you can email them here.

The blog below is a general summary of what is arriving on a weekly basis. The things we mention below will appear online fairly quickly, then get to the Leeds shop the following week, usually on the Thursday.

Sunday, 28 March 2010

Wensleydale Mixed Case

We're delighted to announce a new feature on our mail-order website. Zak Avery, manager of our shop in Headingley, Leeds, and author of the recently released "500 Beers", has agreed to start selecting mixed cases of beers for us to offer on our website.

His first selection is a range of ales from the little-known Wensleydale brewery, based at Leyburn in North Yorkshire. Wensleydale do a range of great pale session beers, as well as some darker and stronger ales - a perfect combination for the mixed weather we seem to be having at the moment.

Please do check out his video of the selection on our mail-order website - you can either buy these beers for yourself, or send them as a gift to anyone in the UK*.

Over the coming months, Zak will be putting together selections of beers that he thinks are interesting, seasonal, and simply good to drink. Some will be from well-known breweries, others will be from smaller microbreweries, either in the UK or abroad. As well as picking out the beers, he'll be talking a little bit about why he likes them.

*PLEASE NOTE the UK excludes the Republic of Ireland, and there is a surcharge for Northern Ireland and some parts of the Scottish Highlands

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