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This December marks the launch of Monthly Ritual, a new subscription service by Two Tribes which celebrates all things beer, food, music, and art related. Every month, the King’s Cross brewery and taproom founded by former DJ and Producer, Justin Deighton will deliver a themed box which highlights freshly brewed beer, ingredients,...

This December marks the launch of Monthly Ritual, a new subscription service by Two Tribes which celebrates all things beer, food, music, and art related.

Every month, the King’s Cross brewery and taproom founded by former DJ and Producer, Justin Deighton will deliver a themed box which highlights freshly brewed beer, ingredients, and music from destinations around the world and across the UK.

The Monthly Ritual subscription boxes will evolve with the seasons, with contents changing each month to match the core themes of ‘Around The World’, ‘Meat & Greet’, and ‘Natural Curiosity’.

Filled with freshly brewed beer along with a selection of items curated by Justin, the boxes will include exclusive vinyl releases, Two Tribes merchandise, recipes, and ingredients which reflect the destinations which have influenced Justin throughout his career.

Launching on 1 December, the Monthly Ritual journey kicks off with Around The World: Bangkok. Inspired by the end of Bangkok’s monsoon season, the contents of the box capture the essence of the city awakening, fresh, and rejuvenated after a rainy slumber.

Included within is six cans of Metroland Bangkok, a limited-edition session IPA brewed with flavours of kaffir lime and sweet lychee commonly found in dishes across the city, as well as 6 cans of the original Metroland.

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The cans are accompanied by a limited edition 7” featuring two new remixes released on the Two Tribes’ record label, featuring tracks produced by Justin Deighton, Leo Zero, and Pete Herbert. Also included is a bamboo Mortar and Pestle, a Two Tribes t-shirt and a bottle of “Night Market” Thai dipping sauce, made using Two Tribes’ Metroland beer made at the Two Tribes brewery in collaboration with Devil Dog Sauce.

Launching in subsequent months, the winter editions of the Monthly Ritual Series will see subscribers served up with seasonal experiences. January’s box turns over a new leaf, showcasing Natural Curiosity, demonstrating a love for foraging with brews reflective of British winter herbs, whilst February’s delivery will feature their first Meat & Greet box – a celebration of fermentation and live-fire cooking.

Subscribe to these epic deliveries via the their website twotribes.co.uk.

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