A rich, ruby ale

Enter the realm of Traitors’ Gate

Giving a nod towards London’s darkest landmark, Traitors’ Gate is a winter ale executed to perfection. It’s named after the entrance to the Tower of London – and it’s one of the jewels in Fuller’s seasonal crown.

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A sharp edge

Traitors’ Gate is a water-gate beneath St Thomas’s Tower, used in Tudor times to commit prisoners to the Tower of London. The convicts would travel by barge past London Bridge where the heads of executed traitors were displayed on the spikes of the gate house.
 
Drawing inspiration from the tale, this deep-red Fuller’s brew is aptly full-bodied, with a delicious hint of sharpness.

Brewer's Notes

Brewed using a unique blend of international hops, Traitors’ Gate adopts tropical fruit flavours, a refreshing citrus nose and a zesty palate-cleansing finish. There’s big, biscuity malt character too, with the Crystal malt bringing a certain dryness to the beer - and that edge of sharpness coming through from the rye.

  • Cask: 4.5%

Raise a glass

Celebrating London as the capital of the world, Traitors’ Gate is brewed with truly global ingredients. Liberty hops from the USA and Galaxy hops from Australia help give the beer its distinctive flavour.