There are two main 'B' dates that you will find on the label of your craft beer that can be quite easy to mix up: the 'born on' date and the 'best before' date, but what's the difference?
Your beer's born-on date is basically an indication of its freshness. This is the date that your beer was either bottled or canned. As a general rule most beer is at its tastiest the closer it is to its born-on date so next time you pick up a can it might be worth taking note of its birthday.
The Best before date is what you're likely more used to seeing on any of your food or drink containers- this is the legal and advised date beyond which the beer is not at it's best. For most beers this will be around 110-180 days from the point at which it was born. If you find any beers in a delivery that have gone past this date, please do get in touch with our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org, with a picture of the BB date of the beer, and one of our agents will look into this for you.