Bathams Best Bitter 4.3% 12 x 500ml Bottles

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Bathams Best Bitter 4.3% 12 x 500ml Bottles

Sku:  BathamsBestBitter12x500mlBottles
Producer:  Bathams
Package Size:  12 x 500ml Bottles
Region:  Midlands
Beer Style:  Pale Ale
ABV (%):  4.3
GTIN:  5060090334350

Your Price:  £25.83(Inc. 20% VAT)(£21.53 Exc. VAT)
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Availability:  

  

84 in stock, immediate despatch

  (4 Reviews)

A straw-coloured bitter which initially seems sweet, but a complex dry, hoppy taste soon predominates.

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Perfect brew
Monday, 6 September 2021  | 

Great value and taste


Rating:  
Excellent all round!
Wednesday, 31 March 2021  | 

Great beer selection. Excellent service with fast delivery and superb packaging. Thanks A


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Bathams delivery
Monday, 15 February 2021  | 

Fantastic service, delivery arrived within 2 days, carefully and safely delivered. Delighted with service and beer! Thank you!


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Click & Collect: Pick up from our Elvington (YO41 4EL) depo on Monday and Friday mornings.

DPD: Cans and bottles will be posted on a next day delivery (Best endeavour basis) from £6.99 Shipping is free after £75.

Pallets: For keg, cask and heavier orders, starting from a quarter pallet for £35 can be shipped for next day delivery.

Local Home Delivery: We offer within local 'YO' postcodes home delivery available Each Friday. (Only Post Codes YO1, YO10, YO19, YO23-24, YO31, YO41-42, YO30 5, YO30 6, YO30 7, YO30 8, YO30 9, YO32)

Trade Delivery: Please see our delivery page for our trade delivery routes.

If you would like to open a trade account, please get in contact via sales@pivovar.co.uk we can then convert your registered account over to our trade pricing.

Bathams

Bathams have become a family born to brew, with the sixth generation now involved in creating and serving a legendary beer of the Black Country.

Bathams Bitter, regarded by some as one of the finest in the country, would never have been if it was not for the pernickety tastebuds of pub regulars in a quiet Worcestershire village, and the brewing skills of Mr D.B.A (Arthur) Batham.