Not a bad little bottle shop. Very small but with a nice number of UK beers and a healthy collection of internationals, mostly from big brewing names, though very little from the states. Good amount of Dutch and Belgians.
Was there for the first time yesterday. I’m new to UK, so can’t really judge the selection nor pricing accurately, but the lady who worked there was super nice and knowledgable. The selection seemed also pretty vast. I’ll definetely come back there again.
Beautiful small beer store not too far from White Horse (Parson’s Green). The ladies who worked there (owner?) was really friendly. Good selection of UK and foreign beers. Prices are a tad high on some bottles, but generally very competitive. There’s a small delicatessen too, but I didn’t try the food. A nice little store that I would love to have in my neighbourhood.
Shop isn’t in the most convenient place - requires a trip on the bus. The British selection is very extensive and makes up the majority of stock. The woman who I normally see working there, by her own admission, isn’t that interested in beers and so cannot really make recommendations. But she is familiar with the stock, helpful and friendly. On my first visit I managed to purchase a Mikkeller George! Cognac BA for £5.99. Quite the bargain, I thought. Last time I went in the range wasn’t that exciting though - you’ve just got to get lucky. I’d probably try my luck more often if it wasn’t so out of my way!
Bottle shop on Fulham Palace Road which also has tables and chairs and a sort of deli alongside it, although there didn’t seem to be any food in evidence when I was there. Very good range of British beers, and a handful of Belgian, German and American beers. You’ll find something interesting in the British sections but not so much in the others. I thought I would buy more but prices were pretty high for some of the more interesting UK beers. £13.98 for a bottle of Thornebrigde Oatmeal Imperial Stout. Bit high if you ask me. No where near as good as Kris Wines, but a good bottle shop never-the-less and a nice ambiance to the place, and friendly staff.
Small but well-appointed bottle shop located a short iron away from Fulham’s football ground. the selection focuses mostly on English and Belgian beers. Don’t come here expecting any crazy finds from Scandanavia or the US. The selection of English beer is pretty good, though. It’s one of the few spots in London where you can consistently find Magic Rock bottles for sale. The Belgian options are decent and not badly priced. Service is good.
Quaint little place with a huge assortment of beers. Trending to more local and English beers which is nice to see. Normal selection of Belgian and American varieties, with a few exceptions. Prices were fair on most items, with some pretty high prices on things that should not have been that high. Excellent service. She will leave you alone if you so desire, but is very knowledgeable. Will be going back to get a bunch more English micros that I have never seen anywhere else, which is over half of the stock here.
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.