Friday the 21st of April was World Creativity Day, and I was celebrating it with Beavertown Beer! Calling for creative submissions, they asked you to send in your artwork and illustrations, I loved that idea, such a cool competition. Of course, I had to enter, plus I absolutely adore their beer!

If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen I have a bit of an obsession with this beer, and not just for the artwork! I bought three cases of this stuff during the lockdown, I have to admit. I felt like I deserved a treat! I love the variety of tastes, and that they deliver cases of this stuff to your door. A case of this stuff would be a totally awesome addition to any summer BBQ and is bound to leave your guests more than impressed flavour-wise.

The ‘bloody ell, blood orange’ is my favourite. It is light, and refreshing and would make a great accompaniment to a lazy summer’s day picnic, festival or outdoor event. The cans themselves are works of art, sure to catch people’s eye and perfect for Instagram flicks. Designed by Nick Dwyer the creative director. What a dude.

If you haven’t guessed already where I live, there’s a big drinking culture in Newcastle. Newcastle is one of those places where there’s always something happening, or there’s a good night on or an event that you just can’t miss. So I like to stock up on these bad boys so I can grab a couple when I’m on my next day out.

They always have interesting deals available on the website that make good gifts either for yourself or someone lucky. Get a cheeky 10% off when you join their email list too. The cases of beer vary in price, but this core craft beer bundle cost me £40 and came with a free glass.

Thanks for reading,


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