You may order your beer and wine making products by phone, post or online
Orders over £75.00 in England, Wales and parts of Scotland are delivered free. A charge of £6.50 is added for orders under £75.00. If you choose the Parcelforce option then the (under £75) charge is £8.50. The minimum order value is £10.00 excluding delivery charge. Goods are sent to you via Royal Mail, Parcelforce or Yodel.. Delivery is dependent upon the items ordered fitting into one package. Lightweight orders under 1kg may be sent by Royal Mail at a cost of £4.50. The maximum weight of one pack is 25 kg. Carriers also use Volumetric Weight to classify packages. Therefore bulky or heavy goods may need to be sent in more than one parcel. This may mean additional shipping charges being levied. We will always contact you if this is the case. SEE TERMS OF TRADE FOR MORE DETAILS.
You can pay over the telephone or by Paypal Invoice. No money is taken until we are ready to dispatch your order.
Leyland Home Brew
15 Chapel Brow
Leyland Home Brew have supplied homebrew and winemaking products for over 40 years and were Paines Homebrew Retailer of the year in 1996/97. Our range includes wine, cider, liqueur, spirit & beer kits, brewing equipment, barrels, easy kegs, fermenters and all the necessary ingredients. We stock major brand wine & beer homebrewing kits including Beaverdale, Cellar 7, Cantina, Selection, Vintners Reserve, Hambleton Bard, Solomon Grundy, Brewmaker, Vineco, Kenridge, Primo Vino, Pasto Vino, Chateau, Carafe 21, Vigneron, Magnum, California Connoisseur, Niagra Mist, Youngs, Coopers, Black Rock, Brewferm, Brupaks, Bulldog Brews, Geordie, Tom Caxton, John Bull, Simply, Festival, York Brewery, Woodforde's, St Peters, Better Brew, Slaters, Tooheys, Ultimate, Gluten Free and Muntons. Craft Brewing is our speciality with a great range of malt, hops, yeast and equipment. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced homebrewer our service is hard to beat.TELEPHONE 01772 431030 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
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