February - March
Our seasonal Six Nations Ale
Love rugby? Get yourself on the Front Row
Since making its debut in February 2011, Front Row has become a key player in Fuller’s seasonal squad of beers. It’s a balanced, refreshing ale with moreish biscuit malts - making it the perfect pint for any rugby occasion
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A must-try pint for fans of the oval ball, Front Row unites two of England’s greatest treasures – real ale and rugby. Whether you’ve worked up a thirst by playing or just watching the game, there’s really no finer way to find refreshment
Pale amber with a subtle floral aroma, Front Row scores with a malty, biscuity character reminiscent of London Pride. Beautifully balanced by flowery hops, the beer hints at fruity, grassy flavours before heading over the posts with a fresh, satisfying finish.
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Something of a lucky charm, Front Row was introduced for the 2011 Six Nations – a tournament which saw England crowned champions for the first time in eight years.
Don't get in a scrum with your pork
A light, fresh beer with floral, biscuit and caramel aromas and flavours. The floral notes perfectly balance the sweetness of the caramel and together this complements the relatively subtle flavour of the pork without overwhelming it.
The three Cs method was used to match our food - compliment, cut through and contrast. To find out more click here.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Chocolate, Crystal, Pale
- Hops: Challenger, Northdown, Organic First Gold
Find a new Frontier
We’ve never been afraid of innovation, and Frontier, our new wave craft lager, speaks volumes to our pioneering spirit. Our brewers have been on a quest to create a more refreshing, more characterful lager – and Frontier is the ground-breaking result.
Something completely different
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.