It's official, England made it through to the Euro 2020 final and will go head-to-head with Italy for the title on Sunday night.

It is the first time England has been in a major tournament final since 1966 making it, unsurprisingly, tricky to book a table at the pub.

Fear not, however, as we've looked into the local breweries to have you covered with great Oxfordshire beer to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

Oxford Brewery

Oxford Brewery, Coopers Yard, Manor Farm Road, Horspath, Oxford, OX33 1SD

Started over a decade ago this brewery is inspired by the rich culture and heritage of Oxford. It’s first beer, Scholar, is based on the legend of a rampaging wild boar which was killed by an Oxford scholar using his copy of Aristotle’s ‘Philosophy’. 

There is free nationwide shipping for orders over £50

Tap Social Movement

Curtis Industrial Estate, 27, North Hinksey Lane, Oxford OX2 0LX

Started by three people who have all worked in the criminal justice system, Tap Social Movement was founded in an attempt to stop the cycle of criminality and provide opportunities to set people up for long-term fulfilling employment.

It labels itself ‘criminally good beer’ AND has a socially conscious, lovely.


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Loose Cannon Brewery

Unit 6, Suffolk Way, Abingdon, OX14 5JX

This brewery was started when the founder left University with – what they describe as – a ‘pretty useless degree in Ancient History’. It has since produced sixty-eight different beers and in any single year, there will be twenty-one beers produced across the permanent, seasonal, monthly and specialist ranges.

Little Ox Brewery

Unit 6 Wroslyn Rd Ind Est, Freeland, Witney, Oxfordshire, OX29 8HZ

This brewery is the fusion of two fledgling breweries, Little Ox and Oxbrew. All their beer – unless expressly stated – is both gluten-free and vegan. Also, they sell beer by the litre.


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How are you setting up a 'pub from home'? Let us know in the comments.