A smooth, balanced English bitter
Experience Gales Force of Nature
A silky-smooth premium ale, Horndean Special Bitter was originally the flagship beer of Gales Brewery in Hampshire. First launched in 1959, it’s still brewed with the same passion and pride today – and the age-old recipe continues to go down a storm.
HSB can be discovered throughout our estate of unique and contemporary pubs - find your new local.
We export our beers to more than 60 countries worldwide, meaning your favourite bottle, cask or keg is never far away.
From your local supermarket to your favourite off-licence, you can find our canned and bottled beers to enjoy at home.
There aren’t many things in the world that have managed to stay blissfully unchanged since 1959, but from the russet colour and the fruity taste, right down to the logo on the hand-pump, Gales HSB is one of them.
You can’t improve on perfection, and that’s why HSB is still brewed with the same Gales yeast that gave it its famous flavour.
Brewed with the finest malt and hops, HSB imparts the rich, soft-fruit flavours of traditional Dundee cake. It’s a tawny, russet coloured beer, with malt and raisin on the nose – and a gentle sweetness that lingers long into the silky smooth finish.
International Beer Challenge Silver, 2009
World Beer Awards Europe's Best Best Bitter (Pale Ale), 2011
Raise a glass
Famous old recipes require a trusty pair of hands. So not only do we use Gales yeast in the Fuller’s brew house, we use one of their most talented brewers too.
Let HSB put the boot in on beef
A deep amber beer with earthy and sweet aromas. Rich and full bodied with the flavours of caramel, raisins - but balances with a slight spiciness that complements the strong flavours of the 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, Crystal, Pale
- Hops: Challenger, Fuggles, Goldings
All hail Black Cab
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.
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…