What's in the box? Blinding good brews from Naked beers

What's in the box? Blinding good brews from Naked beers

We take a look inside the lastest subscription box to find out what makes these brews a cut above the rest

In an era where everything from make up to socks to pet food can be conveniently delivered through your letterbox it really is tempting to never leave your house again. This temptation recently grew even stronger when we discovered the team behind Naked Wines – supporters and sellers of low-production winemakers small batch, rare to find wines – revealed news of their beer subscription service. Designed for those who love beer (and convenience) the new service delivers a case of 20 fresh craft beers to subscribers every three months.

We took a look inside the first subscription box to marvel at the delicious selection and while reaching for the bottle opener Naked Wine's Beer Project Manger, aka 'Beer Gal' Eleanor, shared the lowdown on what makes these brews a cut above the rest.

Tempest Brew Co. Soma

'We first tasted this beer straight off the bottling line in Tweedbank and we've been thinking about it ever since. Gavin has honed this recipe to perfection to get the absolute best out the juicy new world hops that make this beer so marvelously moreish.This beer is sensational with anything crispy and fried'

Skinner's Brewery Starkers Pale Ale

'This is Naked's third exclusive brew and with the weather turning colder it's nice to have this little reminder of summer in your fridge waiting to chase away those winter blues. Starkers is perfectly refreshing and satisfying, without the eye-watering ABV. It's delicious on its own but it also pairs beautifully with fragrant thai dishes like green curry.'

What's in the box? Blinding good brews from Naked beers

Lost and Grounded Brewers Keller Pills

'This brew takes lager right back to basics. Made in the traditional Czech style it's comfortingly smooth with an amazing malty mouthfeel. This beer's subtle malty flavours are just perfect with sushi.'

Stewart Brewing Ka Pai

'Kai Pa is inspired by the crisp refreshing beers of the South Pacific. It uses a myriad of hops to produce a totally tropical tasting beer that's as zingy as a high voltage lemon sherbert. Teriyaki-glazed salmon and Kai Pa is a match made in heaven'

Also in the latest box: Redemption Brewery Big Chief, Redwell Brewing Extra Pale Ale, Black Isle Brewery Scotch Ale and Swannay Brewery Banyan.

Like what you read? Good news, we've paired up with Naked Beers to give The List readers an exclusive £20 saving off the new subscription service. Enjoy £10 off each of your first two cases of beer (regular price £49.99).