Covid 19 – Beer & Cider Deliveries

Due to Covid 19, The Shed Alehouse is currently closed. However on 24th April 2020 we started doing beer and cider deliveries.

July 4th and after much consideration we have decided that it is not practical for us to open just yet. We will continue to provide a delivery serivce to our customers.

Ordering is via email only –

Please email us to be included on our mailing list or check our Facebook page.

On a Wednesday evening, between 5.30pm – 6pm we send an email to our mailing list for what we have available for that weeks deliveries and we then post on our Facebook page.

On your email we require the following information:

1 – Your choice of delivery day in the SUBJECT BOX – Friday or Saturday

2 – Your name

3 – Your orderWe will send a confirmation email with our bank details for payment and confirming other denails with you.


We supply 2 pint and 4 pint plastic containers which can be recycled, please dispose of these in your recycling waste. We use new containers for each order.

Minimum order is 4 pints per household. These can be in 2 pint or 4 pint increments, We cannot supply 1 pint increments.Orders are within a 5 mile radius of Pewsey, for addresses in Pewsey we may deliver in Sheddie the Tuk Tuk however is some cases and for addresses outside of Pewsey, delivery will be by our trusty friends Mike and Tracey who a lot of you will know from The Shed.

Availability is done on a first come first served basis, if the correct information is not in your order email then your order will be delayed and you could miss out on your order choice.

Please be aware that we get a lot orders in a short space of time, get your order in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. We are only able to rack a certain amount of ales due to the space we have and it is only Gord & Sam that can pour and prepare orders, the amount we have to offer is all we can physically cope with doing.

Payment is by Bank Transfer but we do have a card machine for those of you who don’t have this option of payment.

Prices started at £2.50 a pint but as we started to have to buy stock in again prices from the suppliers we could use have increased and so we will review the prices as we go and increase if necessary. We are also now faced with the problem of sourcing quality ales as a lot of the breweries are currently not in operation. We will continue to try and deliver for as long as we can and for as long as you order from us.

Thank you for all your continued support of The Shed, we have had such lovely messages and emails from customers, it really has kept us going during this difficult time. Stay safe everyone and we will meet in The Shed again one day.