Terms and Conditions
1. Acceptable use
You must not use our website in any way that causes, or may cause, damage to the website or impairment of the availability or accessibility of the website; or in any way which is unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful, or in connection with any unlawful, illegal, fraudulent or harmful purpose or activity. You may provide links to our site provided that your site complies with the above and you discontinue any links immediately on request by us.
We have the right to remove your account in response to any threatening, sexually explicit, or inappropriate language directed towards our team or community.
We do not take any responsibility and we are not liable for any damage caused through use of products purchased through this website or the unavailability of the site at any time, be it indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages (including but not limited to damages for loss of business, loss of profits, interruption or the like).
3. Delivery of Goods & Services
Goods are delivered within the specified timeframe, immediately following purchase. Should you not receive our confirmation email within 1 hour of purchase please first check your spam folder and then contact email@example.com, we will endeavour to respond to you as a priority. A history of your previous purchases will also be available within your user area and will allow for repeat orders.
4. Third-party links and merchandise
In order to provide additional related content our website may contain embedded content, hyperlinks and coupons for various third-party advertisers and suppliers. We are not responsible for the content or products of these, or any, third-parties and consequently offer no warranties of any kind nor accept any liability whatsoever in relation to these sites, content or products. By their very nature third-parties are independent to ourselves and neither is able to make representations or legally binding commitments on behalf of the other.
When redeeming a third-party coupon you may need to pay VAT or sales tax on the supplier’s website. This depends on the location of the supplier and on your own location and will be stated at the time of purchase.
5. Money back guarantee
Should you have any problems with a product purchased, or should you not be entirely satisfied, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All materials contained on the Website are Copyright of Omnivar Brewery Ltd. All rights reserved. No person is authorised to use, copy or distribute any portion the website including related graphics. Omnivar Brewery and other trademarks and/or service marks (including logos and designs) found on the website are trademarks/service marks that identify Omnivar Brewery Ltd and the goods provided by Omnivar Brewery Ltd. Such marks may not be used under any circumstances without the prior written authorisation of Omnivar Brewery Ltd.
11. Exclusion of third party rights
12. Entire agreement
13. Law and Jurisdiction
14. Challenge 25
It is against the law:
To sell alcohol to someone under 18 anywhere, and can lead to a maximum fine of £20,0001 for bar staff/managers or premises may eventually be shut down.
To knowingly sell alcohol to someone is drunk.
To knowingly buy/get, or try to buy/get, alcohol for a drunken person on licensed premises, e.g. a bar or club.
For an adult to buy or attempt to buy alcohol on behalf of someone under 18*.
For someone under 18 to buy alcohol, attempt to buy alcohol or to be sold alcohol.
Retailers can reserve the right to:
Refuse the sale of alcohol to an adult if they’re accompanied by a child and think the alcohol is being bought for the child.
*It is not illegal for someone over 18 to buy a child over 16 beer, wine or cider if they are eating a table meal together in licensed premises. It is also not illegal for a child aged five to 16 to drink alcohol at home or on other private premises.
ID for alcohol: proving your age
Acceptable forms of ID to prove you are over 18 include:
A photo driving licence
A proof of age card, such as the PASS card from the national Proof of Age Standards Scheme.
It’s a criminal offence to use false or borrowed ID to gain entry to licensed premises or to buy alcohol. The maximum penalty is a £5,000 fine and up to 10 years in prison.2
Challenge 25 is a scheme that encourages anyone who is over 18 but looks under 25 to carry acceptable ID when they want to buy alcohol. Challenge 25 builds on the Challenge 21 campaign introduced by the British Beer and Pub Association in 2005, who represent the beer and pub sector. It’s now run by the Retail of Alcohol Standards Group, which represents alcohol retailers.
If you’re a licensee or involved in selling alcohol to the public, visit the Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) website for more information about Challenge 25.
For more about the laws on alcohol visit the ‘Licensing Act 2003‘ government page.