As we’re all staying home and the pubs and bars have had to shut, drinking in your flat is now the new going out. But that doesn’t mean you have to drink all the weird and wonderful things lurking at the back of your cabinets (well not just yet anyway) as many bars, bottle shops and breweries are delivering booze direct to your doors, including many for the very first time in response to the coronavirus outbreak. This will be updated regularly with news as soon as we hear it so keep an eye on this page and our social channels for more. And there are more ways to support your fave restaurants and bars right here.

New Delivery Options

Modal Wines
Modal supply some of our favourite wines to some of our favourite restaurants – and now, praise be, they are delivering direct to your house! We couldn’t have been more happy when we saw this and wasted no time in placing our order, which was delivered the next day. Modal specialises in natural, small batch, distinctive wines from independent growers across Europe. Modal will put together a list of recommendations depending on your budget and preferences but you can pretty much guarantee you’ll get great wine whatever you choose.

The Sun Tavern
The Sun Tavern’s Quarantini Kits contain two bottled cocktails (each bottle contains four serves) and you can choose from Old Fashioneds, Negronis and Boulevardiers. If you’re within three miles of the bar you can get them on same-delivery for free, and if not, they’ll go out in the post for the next day.

Stokey wine bar and bistro Rubedo is doing wine deliveries at retail prices. Delivery is within a 1.5 mile radius or they’re offering contactless pick-up if you can get to them.

Ladies & Gentlemen
The Kentish Town cocktail bar is delivering gin or vodka Quarantinis, Zombies, classic cocktails like Old Fashioneds, Negronis, and Margaritas or Ayurvedic juices if you’re off the sauce to all you North London peeps.

The cocktail bar is making sure that we don’t all run dry by offering a pick-up and delivery service of their cocktails and other bottled bevvies.

Diogenes the Dog
The Elephant & Castle wine bar is running a home delivery sommelier service. You ring them up and tell them what you’re cooking and the team will give you expert advice on what wines will pair well. You can place an order and get your vino delivered free of charge if you live within a one-mile radius of the bar.

Not only does the Dalston agaveria bottle its signature Mirror Margarita for you to buy from the bar, it’s also now doing a bottled version of the Mezcal Mirror Margarita and offering delivery, with an online purchasing system coming soon too.

Winemakers Club
If you live within a 2-3 mile radius of the Deptford and Farringdon bars, you can get bottles delivered for free. And there’s discounts on mixed cases too, with 5% off 6 bottles and 10% off 12.

Newcomer Wines
You can get same-day deliveries of vino from the Dalston bar if you live within a three-mile radius. If you’re further afield, you just have to wait 2-3 days for your bottles to arrive.

Old Favourites

Forest Road
The East London brewery is donating £1 for every bottle of their new Stay at Home lager to the NHS. You can get the new brew as well as old faves delivered and you can get 20% off all orders with the code #drinklocal.

Renegade Urban Winery
Renegade does next-day delivery on its wine, for free, with no minimum order. Well it’d be rude not to right?

Mother Kelly’s
Whether you need a can or a case, Mother Kelly’s has you covered on the craft beer front. They also have wines and bottled cocktails for all the non-beer drinkers out there.

The Bottle Club
Recreate the bar experience at home with booze, mixers, barware and snacks from The Bottle Club, and you can get 5% off with the code PUBSCLOSED5.

Mr Lyan
Get your fave Mr Lyan cocktail, including the Mr Lyan Old Fashioned and the Spotless Martini, perfectly mixed, bottled and ready to drink.

Humble Grape
You may not able to pop into one of the Humble Grape bars but you can still get your hands on their wine by ordering online. There’s 10% off cases of 6+ bottles of wine, with code THANKYOU10 and 20% off cases of 12+ bottles of wine, with check out code THANKYOU20, and they deliver across mainland UK.

Pressure Drop
Not only can you order beer direct from Pressure Drop, for every order of 15 cans or more, they’ll pay forward £25 of credit to the independent pub, restaurant or retail outfit of your choice, so it’s a double win!

Low Intervention
This digital bottle shop is packed with great biodynamic and organic wines, and now they’re helping Four Legs with their fundraising campaign for kitchen staff by donating 10% of all orders using the code ‘LOWLEGS’.

Crate Brewery
Stock up on Crate’s IPA and Sticky Toffee Stout craft brews with 20-strong cases coming in at £40.