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Is Free Delivery Available ?

Free Delivery is available within the local area. This covers postcodes ME1- ME10 and ME14. The minimum spend for free delivery is £20

Free collection Is available from us for all food items.

This excludes all Beers Spirits and cocktails due to Licencing rules

How Do I  Build My Own Hamper ?

If you are looking for something more personalised then why not purchase  one of our build your own hampers. You can create your own personal gift by selecting from our amazing range individual food and drink items.

Step 1. Select either our standard ,logo stamped eco friendly cardboard hamper box, our premium wicker effect printed cardboard hamper box, a great one for reusing when empty, or our eco friendly Jute bag.

Step 2. Browse our extensive range of products including sweet and savoury gifts as well as any of our Beers Gins and Cocktails.

Step 3. Go to check out click on our add a note button and you can add a free custom message which we will add onto a gift tag and if you would like delivery on a certain date please add the details here as well. 

We will package your gift selections into your chosen hamper box or bag. If you choose lots of items we may need to use multiple containers but we will contact you before sending

Remember if you need any help or advice when selecting just give us a shout and we are happy to help!

What is the Purchase Agreement for Alcoholic Products?

Hops and Hampers has a Purchase Agreement for all our Alcoholic Products
By purchasing these products from Hops and Hampers you are confirming that you are over 18 years in age.
When ordering for home delivery cash will not be accepted as payment for alcohol, transactions must be made by credit/debit card or by online payment method. 
Hops and Hamper operate the Challenge 25 proof of age scheme for all non postage home deliveries.
Delivery must be made to the named person who made the order with photo identification checked upon delivery of alcohol.
Hops and Hampers will only accept a photographic driving licence, passport or PASS (Proof of age standards scheme) cards as approved means of identification.
Thank you for understanding we have worked hard for our Alcohol licences and we really want to keep them!


Drink Aware

Legal disclaimers for Hops and Hampers

Please Drink Responsibly

As an online retailer selling alcohol it is important to us that people purchasing our products not only enjoy them but also ensure that they drink responsibly. We want drinking our products to be a pleasurable and sociable experience where you stay healthy and in control. Many drink alcohol to unwind and relax but we are aware that there will be times when drinking or drinking too much can be dangerous for you or others around you or there will be some people who need help to moderate their drinking.



UK Chief Medical Officers’ Low Risk Drinking Guidelines recommend that no more than 14 units a week should be consumed by both men and women on a regular basis. These 14 units should also be spread across the week rather than drinking them all in one continuous session.

No alcohol should be consumed when driving or if you're planning to drive the following day, when pregnant or in certain work situations. No one under the age of 18 should drink and those over the age of 18 should set a good example of moderation for children to observe.
Ensure you eat before or with your drink, stick to one type of drink, alternate alcoholic drinks with soft drinks and know your limits.



How to find out more about drinking responsibly

The NHS website provides an excellent resource about alcohol including alcohol facts covering topics such as understanding Alcohol units and the Calories in alcohol as well as the The risks of drinking too muchBinge drinking and The hidden risks of 'social drinking’


Getting advice and support

Find alcohol support services in your area

Who we work with and why


Xylo is a microbrewery and taproom bar set on the Margate seafront, with stunning sunset views over the harbour. Founded in 2019 by two friends with a hunger for brewing and a vision to create an inclusive and friendly environment in which to enjoy beautifully crafted beer.


Named after the Gravesend Town pier, the oldest Iron Pier in the world. This brewery produces a range of beers, which you can sup at source in their amazing Taproom. You must visit! The can labels are by Gravesend artist and designer Duncan Grant. Many of the beers and the accompanying artwork are inspired by places in Gravesend.


Established in 2010, this brewery produces an extensive range of traditional real ales.  They only use Malted Barley, Leaf Hops (mainly from Kent) and Yeast.  All of their products are certified Gluten Free.


Joe is a brewer dedicated to hand crafting big and bold beer of top quality. Honest, unfiltered, unpasteurised and unfined. Vegan. Naturally cloudy, as pure as it can possibly be. No frills. No fluff. No pink bunnies. Just good beer.

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