New wave craft lager
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.
You can find the flavour of Frontier in nearly every Fuller's pub and bar. Discover your new favourite.
Frontier's new world flavour can be found around the world. Discover your nearest can, bottle or keg.
Bring a bottle (or two) of flavour home. Find your nearest Frontier shop now.
The best of both worlds
The unique combination of new-world hops and old-world brewing techniques sets Frontier apart from traditional lagers and brings about truly refreshing results. Complex and bright in flavour, Frontier challenges the norm and explores new tastes. For lager drinkers in search of a more intriguing pint, the adventure awaits.
Frontier pours a bright golden colour and immediately offers up delicious fruit flavours – delivering distinctive notes of citrus, passion fruit and melon. With a sherbet-like tingle on the tongue, this light, spritzy brew refreshes the palate to leave a final, lingering note of biscuit.
International Beer Challenge 2016 Silver, 2016
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Most lagers are brewed for about six days. Frontier is crafted for a full 42 days for a more memorable flavour that leaves other lagers in the dust.
Put up a Frontier for Beef Brisket Bun
The thick, sweet sauce of the beef brisket is a sticky delight, understandably known as the 'World's Best Sandwich'.
But it needs a worthy match, like Frontier. The carbonation cuts through the oils and the tangy grapefruit contrasts the sweet beef.
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, Pale, Crystal
- Hops: Liberty, Cascade, Williamette
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…
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Brewed with the knowledge of London’s oldest family brewer, Fuller’s Black Cab is a rich, dark stout that transports you to a time gone by. London was famous for stouts in the 19th century - and we’re on a journey to make that the case again.