Pubs offering takeaway and delivery

Under the new 2021 lockdown rules, whilst pubs can sell take away food & drink they are only able to include alcoholic drinks on home deliveries.

Here is a list of pubs, bars, breweries and specialist shops based in our area that we are aware of doing takeaway and home delivery. Please use the links via to the individual trader’s website or social media for more information on how to order, delivery hours etc.

Note off licences and brewery shops are able to open as normal and a special mention goes to the Archer Road Beer Stop who offer hand pulled cask beer to take home. 

Pubs and independent beer shops offering home delivery of alcoholic drinks and/or meals:

Other pubs open for collection of takeaway food and non-alcoholic drink:

Additionally, a number of local breweries are offering home delivery, we have those listed here.

If you are aware of a venue that is doing take home orders or delivery that isn’t on the list, please post a comment below and we’ll add them to the list where appropriate. Likewise if you spot any on the list that shouldn’t be please let us know!

8 thoughts on “Pubs offering takeaway and delivery

  1. Hey Andy, it’s Mark @ Crosspool Ale Makers Society! Just letting you know I’m also doing Sheffield deliveries too. Any chance you could add me to the breweries list? Cheers, Mark

  2. Hi Andy,

    I’d be very interested in featuring this list on RB1 Radio, particularly if there’s also a similar list of outlets for the Rotherham side of the M1, would you have access to that please or would you know who to talk to soonest? Kind Regards

    1. Hi Bruce, feel free to share the list. It is evolving as it does rely on volunteers or pub owners submitting information and of course many are only just investigating the feasibility of introducing delivery services.

      Rotherham CAMRA branch have a Facebook page here

      It may be worth talking to Chantry Brewery for a Rotherham perspective, they’ve already established a local delivery service for bottles and minikegs and also own a few pubs, one of which had until the recent change been operating as an off licence.

      There is currently a campaign lobbying MPs for a level playing field – why are pubs with off licences restricted to delivery only for alcohol when supermarkets, convenience stores and off licence shops have no such restriction?

  3. Norfolk arms are now also doing delivery of alcoholic drinks in addition to takeout of non alcoholic drinks.

  4. I realise we’re rather late to the party here, but we’re also doing craft beer for local delivery at The Treehouse board game cafe, alongside games and snacks.

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