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Fuller's have been making great beer for over 160 years and running everybody’s
favourite locals for almost as long. Not many other brewers can say that.

Our future is every bit as exciting. We’re busy brewing the next generation
of beers and creating fresh and inspiring menus. We’re growing our estate of pubs, hotels and inns by revitalising historic buildings as well as developing brand new sites.

So whether you join us in a Fuller’s pub or hotel,
the brewery, or head office, you’ll be part of something amazing.

Fuller's Graduate Schemes

Here at Fuller's, we recognise that finding the right people to work for us is key to our progress and success and a central part of this is our graduate schemes.

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The Fox and Hounds

The Mawson Arms in Chiswick has 2 names.
(It’s also called The Fox and Hounds).

Fermenting equipment

The fermenting equipment we use in our Griffin Brewery is 30 years old.

1 in 5 pints we brew is exported overseas

1 in every 5 pints we brew is
exported overseas.

We use only 1 yeast in our beers

We use only 1 yeast in Fuller's beers. It’s completely unique and no other brewer uses it. 

The Tea Merchant Reopens

The long-awaited Tea Merchant has now arrived in Canary Wharf, with our stunning new pub officially opened on Monday 3rd October.

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The Fox and Hounds

The Mawson Arms in Chiswick has 2 names.
(It’s also called The Fox and Hounds).

Fermenting equipment

The fermenting equipment we use in our Griffin Brewery is 30 years old.

1 in 5 pints we brew is exported overseas

1 in every 5 pints we brew is
exported overseas.

We use only 1 yeast in our beers

We use only 1 yeast in Fuller's beers. It’s completely unique and no other brewer uses it. 

Fancy that

Fuller’s brews enough beer every week to fill ten Olympic-size swimming pools. The Great Train Robbery of 1963 was planned at the Star Tavern in Belgravia. The yeast used in Fuller’s beers has been DNA "fingerprinted" so no other brewery can use it. Over a 40 year career, a Fuller's drayman covers about 790,000 miles - that's twelve times around the earth, plus a trip to the moon and back. The wisteria at Fuller’s Griffin Brewery in Chiswick is the oldest in the UK. Guy Fawkes held a meeting at The Viaduct Tavern in London before his attempt to blow up the House of Lords in 1605. Charles II romanced his mistress, Nell Gwynne at The Dove, in London’s Hammersmith. Jimi Hendrix wrote Purple Haze at The Red Lion in Barnes and even named his effects pedal after the pub.