How to optimize your Beer shipping costs ?


Here some insight on how to best play with the shipping charges for your beer orders.

The weight of each bottle is displayed under each product.

As an example :

  • A box of 5kg will normally hold 7 bottles of 1/3L (11.6fl.oz).  
  • 7 x 0.6 kg = 4.2kg + 0.5kg for the box and + 0.3kg filling and protection = 5 kg
  • The box and protection weight thresholds are automatically added to your order so for optimal shipping in a 5kg box you can load up to 4.2kg

or if you want more beer :

  • A box of 10 kg will normally hold 15 bottles of 1/3 liter (11.6fl.oz).
  • 15 x 0.6kg = 9kg + 0.5kg for the box + 0.4 filling and protection = 9.9kg
  • The box and protection weight thresholds are automatically added to your order so for optimal shipping in a 10kg box you can load up to 9kg.

So the shipping cost ranges are from, the weight between brakets is the one including the box, filling and protection weight threshold :

  • 0 to 5kg (4.2kg box, filling and protection weight threshold)
  • 5kg to 10kg (9.2kg, filling and protection weight threshold)
  • 10kg to 20kg (19kg, filling and protection weight threshold)
  • 20kg to 30kg. (29kg, filling and protection weight threshold) 

The maximum weight we can ship in one order is 30kg.   

If you have any questions please feel free to touch base with at info@thebelgianbeershop.com