Award winning sessionable ale
Find home comfort in Chiswick Bitter
Named after the part of London we call home, Chiswick Bitter is well and truly part of the Fuller’s furniture. It’s a flowery, fresh, famous bitter that’s been in our pubs since 1930 – because when you love something, you should never let it go.
A capital classic
Refreshing and eminently drinkable at just 3.5% ABV, Chiswick Bitter is a popular pint ingrained in London’s history.
All those years after its launch, the dry, hoppy ale is still brewed right here in the capital – and it tastes better than ever.
That’s because we’ve refined the brewing process so the pour settles more quickly, making for a cleaner, fresher taste – and a shorter wait before you joyously raise the pint glass to your lips.
Extra hops added to the cask give Chiswick Bitter a distinctive hoppy aroma and a lasting bitterness in the finish. There’s crispness on the palate while notes of biscuity malt perfectly complement the hops. Brewed to a low ABV, Chiswick Bitter is the ideal companion to lunchtime dishes.
CAMRA South West London Silver, 2010
CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain 1989
Raise a glass
Just like its stablemates London Pride and ESB, Chiswick Bitter is a winner of the prestigious CAMRA Beer of the Year award. We’re the first brewery to win with a trio of top tipples.
Quell the chilli flames with Chiswick Bitter
Subtle floral aromas and also notes of honey, biscuit and caramel. A firm fruity character on the palate where a caramel sweetness comes into play and complements the sweetness in the chilli and contrasts the heat. This is balanced by a bitter finish that cuts through the richness of the dish.
Feel the benefit of Old Winter Ale
Wonderfully comforting in colder weather, Old Winter Ale is a dark and distinctive beer that wraps you in a warm glow of familiarity. Unlike most things in the season of snow, sleet and ice, it’s exceptionally well balanced.
Something completely different
All hail the new classic
IPA. Three small letters, one huge impact on the brewing industry. For more than 200 years, IPA has been a bastion of all things big and beautiful about beer, and this new classic from Fuller’s shows the style still has a few more centuries in it yet…