Hop Stop is a specialist beer shop offering a superb collection of speciality beers.
At Hop Stop there are 100 different bottled and canned beers that have been carefully selected to create a great range of styles. You can find beers that have been brewed within a 10 mile radius of the shop alongside others sourced from all over the world, including as far afield as New Zealand.
Local favourites include beers from Surrey and Sussex breweries such as Pilgrim Brewery, The Godstone Brewers, Decent Brewery, Big Smoke Brew Co, Westerham Brewery, Dark Star, Harveys of Lewes, Crooked Brook and Surrey Hills Brewery.
Hop Stop always has between two and four beers fresh on cask (the larger number is to be found at the end of the week, on Fridays and Saturdays), as well as two beers available on keg. The beers change frequently but will usually include a local beer. Samples of all draught beer are available, so do ask to try before you buy!
Get your party started
If you are planning an event, whether it is a dinner party with friends or a special celebration, Hop Stop offers draught beer in larger quantities from minicans (nearly nine pints) to casks (72 pints).
Local Food Surrey says
Conveniently situated in the heart of Oxted, just outside the main train station, Hop Stop is a little haven for beer lovers.
Whether you are a beer connoisseur or a complete novice there is always friendly advice on tap!
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