eku28 (17) Los Angeles, California | November 30, 2011
Drink of Fulham is located just a few streets NE of Craven Cottage. The nearest tube is either Putney Bridge or Parson’s Green. If you’re going to The White Horse (Parson’s Green), I would recommend a stop by this store for a visit if you have time. It’s a small beer store with a very good selection and good prices to match. There are alot of English beers (as expected) and quite a few Belgians with other countries represented, also. There were bottles of Brewdog’s Tact. Nuc. Penguin and Sink the Bismark on the shelf. The staff is very friendly and quite knowledgeable about the local beers. One added bonus (as mentioned earlier) is that you can buy a beer and drink it outside on their small patio in front. I also had a small Indian plate of food to enjoy with my beer (try Shrila’s excellent samosas!) This is one of the better beer stores in London - recommended if in the SW.
A nice little beer shop pretty far off the beaten path. The selection is very strong and the prices are competitive. The shop itself is nicely laid out, very organized and clean. It’s a deli, too, so there is a nice range of easy eats. I bought beers to take away so didn’t get to enjoy the simple, quaint patio outside. If I’m back in the area I will make a point of stopping by.
Small beerstore / delicatessen in Fulham. Fantastic selection of beers from all over the world. Served by a really nice Indian lady who was passionate & knowledgable about beer. Only downside is accessibility. The nearest underground is Parson’s Green which is 15 minutes walk away. Can be combined with visit to The White Horse but you need to allow plenty time.
Interesting beer shop, located off the beaten track in deepest, darkest Fulham. Intersting selection of UK, Belgian and US beers, amongst others. Good to see De Dolle at a reasonable price. People in the shop are really friendly. I like the idea that for an extra £1 you can drink a beer at the tables out front.
I was passing close by on a Sunday, so I thought I’d check them out - they were open even though there were no Sunday opening hours on display. A modern and attractive store with a good range and good prices. As a regular at the Westholme Store I was expecting the same chaos, but everything here is well ordered, with bottles grouped by country/brewery. A bit out of the way, but well worth a detour.
Thanks for the tip from Ethereal. Very interesting venue. Took a while to trek to but once I was there I was swept back by a large range of independent craft ales; mainly from the UK, a descent but not particularly challenging range of foreign beers and some macros on offer.
Unfortunately they are clearly catering for both markets which is a little annoying as there are beers which they need to stock to give them the edge of Utobeer.
However De Dolle; Dogfish Head, Goose Island, Cantillon, most trappists, are on hand to buy at not too inflated prices either. Value is exceptionally good for the pricey area they are so close to.
Expect to see them make a few stumbles until they realise their potential. There is a lot of space at the back which wasn’t used very wisely so expect the place to expand in due course.
The dining area is an awesome touch and for me this is excellent. A really fantastic way of having De Dolle without being ripped off and infront of a lovely park.
I look forward to their development but it will take time. They are very encouraging for an emerging beer store and for that I can only give them credit. Friendly and keen staff too. They have niche appeal and will get a good income from travellers for their excellent drink in scheme.
Light and airy small beer shop with a great selection of UK beers, plus some cracking Italian micros. Some American and German beers, Scandinavian selection due to expand soon. The aim is to have the selection rival the Goring shop. Jack and Shrila are very welcoming and happy to try and get in beers if they don’t have what you want. For a £1 fee, you can drink your beer on the patio at the front.
Excellent freshly opened beer emporium filling a much needed gap in this part of town.
It’s the sister shop to the well established Westholme Stores in Goring on Thames run by the legendary Jayesh (Jack) Patel. Impressive and ever increasing selection. Very soon they hope to be serving food to pair up with selected beers. This is a store i’m sure will go from strength to strength and become a well established essential stop by on the London scene.