Wimbledon Lager

Wimbledon Lager

Our local organic supermarket sells a range of products from the Wimbledon Brewery, and I thought to mark the Wimbledon Tennis Championships, I would sample something from their range. So I picked their lager.

It is not easy to give my assessment of any beer or lager I try, as it is simply not my cup of tea as it were, however, I can say candidly that I did enjoy this lager. It was interesting, there was a zesty element that elevated it and made it rather a pleasure to finish off my glass.

The Wimbledon Brewery has a story – it was destroyed in a fire back in 1889 – thus the Pheonix rising from the ashes logo, which also incorporates barley hops and the original five story tower from the old brewery, which at the time was the tallest building in Wimbledon. You can read more about the Wimbledon Brewery and view their beers, wine and gin on their website:

3 thoughts on “Wimbledon Lager

  1. I shall have to tell my eldest about this he’s just been awarded two centre court tickets for the semi finals from his work. It’ll be a great day out for him 🙂


    1. Sorry for the delay in replying Willow – we were entertaining and had overnight guests for the past three nights and I am slowly recovering with ever so strong coffee this morning, before I cook up breakfast for our guests. Oh that’s great about your son heading to the AELTC. I hope he has a fabulous day. Has he been over to Wimbledon before? Is it far for him to travel?


      1. No need to apologize I know how busy life is! He must have done as he has friends all over London. He Lives in Brighton, loves it, went there as a student and never left. I have sent him all your Wimbledon blogs so he’ll know where to have a drink and a meal…he’s a vegetarian.


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