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5 REASONS WHY
YOU'LL LOVE WORKING
AT FULLER'S

Life in a busy pub

It’s always different and it never stops.
Play the video for a fly on the wall (and behind
the bar) view of some of our pubs.

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.

benefits of working for fuller's

As you'd expect, a job at Fuller' s comes with an excellent
package of reward and benefits.

  • holiday

    You are entitled to up to 28 days paid holiday
    every year.

  • discount

    You'll have a staff discount card, giving you 15%
    off food and drink.

  • special rates

    You’ll enjoy special rates on stays in Fuller's
    hotels and inns.

  • training

    We'll define your career development plan and
    provide training opportunities.

  • pension

    You'll be invited to join our simple, secure
    employee pension scheme.

I love my job

Play the video to hear what some of
the Fuller's team love about their jobs. 

Fuller’s is a wonderful place to
work. It’s small enough that I
matter and can make a difference,
but big enough to back me up and
support me when it matters.

The Half Moon to reopen spring 2017

The Half Moon in Herne Hill is due to reopen its doors in Spring 2017.

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