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6th August 2016

Fuller’s gets collaborative with two collaboration brews available during the summer

Fuller, Smith and Turner PLC, the London brewer and premium pub company, has teamed up with four craft brewers to produce two bespoke cask ales available over the summer.


Yeastie Boys, the world-famous New Zealand brewers have worked with Georgina Young, Fuller’s deputy head brewer, to create Double Summer – a delicious New Zealand-style pale ale, bursting with melon, lychee and passion fruit flavours from Nelson Savauin New Zealand hops and Jester hops from the UK.


Georgina Young said: “Like Fuller’s, Yeastie Boys is an award-winning brewery – although compared to us, they are relative newcomers to the craft beer scene. It’s been a real anglo-antipodean bonanza though combining not just hops from other sides of the world, but cultures too.”


Stu McKinlay, Director of the Yeastie Boys, said: “We’ve been inspired by Fuller’s brewers for many years and for us, this was the equivalent of a band sharing the stage with their most influential heroes. And, one step better, actually liking them too.”


In another collaboration, Fuller’s has teamed up with three other London Brewers as part of London Beer City, the annual festival that takes place this year between August 5-14. Working with brewers from Fourpure Brewing Company from South London, The Five Points Brewing Company in East London and Beavertown in North London, Head Brewer John Keeling has helped produce this ultra-hoppy 4.8% ABV pale ale.


One or both of these collaboration beers will be available in Fuller’s pubs across the Capital including, but not restricted to The Hydrant (Monument), The Castle (Acton), The Grand Union (Westbourne Park), The Distillers (Hammersmith), The George IV (Chiswick) and The Harp (Covent Garden).





For further information, please contact the press office:

Georgina Wald                                020 8996 2198  

Joanne Steward                              020 8996 2135  

Alice Monteath                                020 8996 2175  


Fuller, Smith and Turner P.L.C. is an independent traditional family brewer founded in 1845 and is based at the historic Griffin Brewery in Chiswick, London, where brewing has taken place continuously since 1654. The Company runs 196 Tenanted Inns and 194 Managed Pubs and Hotels, with a focus on delicious fresh, home-cooked food, outstanding cask and craft ale, great wine, and exceptional service. The Company also has 665 boutique bedrooms in its Managed estate. The Fuller’s pub estate stretches from Brighton to Birmingham and from Bristol to the Greenwich Peninsula, including 173 locations within the M25. In 2014, Fuller’s acquired a 51% stake in The Stable, a craft cider and gourmet pizza restaurant business and has recently increased this to 76%. The Stable has 14 sites in England and Wales.


The Fuller’s Beer Company brews a portfolio of premium beers including London Pride, Oliver’s Island, ESB, Organic Honey Dew and Frontier Craft Lager. In 2013, the Company acquired Cornish Orchards, a craft cider maker producing a range of award-winning ciders and premium soft drinks. Fuller’s is also the UK distributor for Sierra Nevada, the premier US craft beer. In December 2015, Fuller’s acquired a 51% stake in Nectar Imports, a wholesale drinks business.



Joanne Steward
PR Executive

Fuller, Smith & Turner P.L.C. Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South, London, W4 2QB
Telephone 020 8996 2000

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