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270 ratings
Wimbledon Brewery
England

Derek Prentice has seen the fall and rise of London Brewing since he began at Truman’s back in the late 1960s. He’s witnessed the end of Truman’s, the departure of Young’s and the continuing success at Fuller’s - and now he’s down at Wimbledon, where £500,000 has been invested. The beers are, as you’d expect, classically-inclined and extremely drinkable. Session ales don’t come much better, actually, than his Common Pale Ale, an orange-and-plum, English hops and Maris Otter delight.

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Post author: Sam K
Sam K
11 days ago
4.0
We're going to be WimbleDONE after this.

Post author: Ting Tong
Ting Tong
@ The Prince Of Wales
6 months ago
3.7

Post author: Metpol
Metpol
@ The Albert
7 months ago
3.0
Really nice pint. Lovely dark red.

Post author: Ting Tong
Ting Tong
@ The Prince Of Wales
8 months ago
3.7

Post author: Ting Tong
Ting Tong
@ The Hand And Racquet
9 months ago
3.7

Post author: Rob M
Rob M
@ RIVA News & Wine
9 months ago
4.0
Very nice but another IPA that doesn't stand out from the crowd

Post author: Rob M
Rob M
@ The Greystoke
11 months ago
3.8
Decent ale

Post author: teikenes
teikenes
@ The Dog And Fox
1 year ago
2.2
Pretty bad ipa. Flat, sour

Post author: teikenes
teikenes
@ The Dog And Fox
1 year ago
2.8
Easy to drink lager. Not strong, ok tasting

Post author: Ting Tong
Ting Tong
@ The Alexandra
1 year ago
3.8