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16th March 2017

Fuller’s has an award winning week

Fuller, Smith & Turner PLC, the London brewer and premium pub company, is delighted to announce that its craft lager, Frontier, has won a gold medal at the International Brewing Awards, in the International Keg Lager category. The awards took place in Burton-on-Trent across three days. Over 1,100 beers and ciders, split into 44 different categories, were judged and Frontier won against 22 other keg lagers in its category.

Earlier on in the week, Fuller’s also won three awards at the London Drinker Festival in Camden. HSB won the CAMRA Champion Beer of London in the Strong Bitter category and London Porter won the Porter category and was named the overall CAMRA Champion Beer of London.

Fuller’s Head Brewer, Georgina Young, said: “What a great start to my time as Head Brewer at Fuller’s. These awards are a testament to John Keeling’s legacy and I’m excited to be part of Fuller’s next brewing chapter. I am extremely proud of our beer range and the fact that two of our oldest brands can win awards in the same week as one of our newest, shows the versatility in our brewing.”



For further information and photography, please contact the press office:

Georgina Wald                       020 8996 2198    

Joanne Steward                     020 8996 2135    

Alice Monteath                      020 8996 2175    


Notes to Editors

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 195 Tenanted pubs and 197 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 175 locations within the M25. Fuller’s owns a 76% stake in The Stable, a craft cider and gourmet pizza restaurant business, which has 17 sites in England and Wales.