Airways Brewing in Kent offers beer delivery

To homes in Kent, Renton, Covington

  • Wednesday, April 29, 2020 4:14pm
  • Business

Airways Brewing in Kent has introduced beer delivery this week to homes in Kent, Renton and Covington from The Tap Room.

Delivery will be available Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., as long as the order is placed by 11:59 p.m. the day before. Pre-packaged beer or merchandise online is available. There’s a $30 minimum per order and drivers will need to see the ID of the person that placed the order at time of delivery for alcohol orders. There is no extra fee for beer delivery.

The first order opportunity begins Wednesday, April 29, for Thursday, April 30 deliveries.

Click here to order from Airways.

Prepay online

To keep things running smoothly, and eliminate as much money handling as possible, Airways set up online ordering. You can prepay for most available items online (growler refills and fills of guest beers are walk-in only).

Customers are also still welcome to call in and prepay for an order over the phone, or stop by at any time.

Visit airwaysbrewing.com to see what’s on tap, what’s for dinner and hours of operation.


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