Pre-order now ready for dispatch from 14th December with FREE delivery to UK mainland.


The Hadrian Border 'Friends in the North' Christmas hamper is a celebration of local produce, pairing both classic and newer Hadrian Border beers with a fantastic selection of artisanal foods and snacks. An ideal gift to give this Christmas to anyone who loves the North-East of England. We're offering FREE national delivery on this item so that you can give your loved ones a taste of home no matter where they are in the UK.


What's inside

x3 500ml Hadrian Border bottles

x3 330ml Hadrian Border cans (including 'The Three Ships' Christmas Ale)

Hadrian Border branded pint glass

Hadrian Border branded bottle opener key ring

Hadrian Border branded pen

Doddington Dairy - Berwick Edge Cheese Biscuits

Doddington Dairy - Cuddy's Cave Handcrafted Cheese (min 100g)

Doddington Dairy - Berwick Edge Handcrafted Cheese (min 100g)

Doddington Dairy - Doddington Handcrafted Cheese (min 100g)

Jean's Jams - Red Tomato Chutney (280g)

The Newcastle Biltong Co. - Chilli & Garlic Biltong (35g)

The Newcastle Biltong Co. - Original Dry Wors (35g)

Screaming Chimp - Chilli Sauce Peanuts (100g)

North Chocolates - Three Kings 70% Dark Chocolate w/Christmas Spice


(We may substitute items to another item of the same value)


Allergen Advice

Contains Nuts and Gluten from Barley and Wheat. See individual labels for full details.


Sending as a gift?

Leave your name and recipients name in the "Collection/Beer/Gift notes" feature at checkout and we'll add a gift tag for you.



Unlike other items on our online shop, we can ship the hamper to any mainland UK address.

'Friends in the North' Christmas Hamper

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