Lower the volume with Table Beer…

They sure know a thing or two about brewing in Belgium, where low-strength 'table beers' have been part of the pub furniture for generations. In a respectful nod to our Belgian friends, we've created our own Table Beer: low in alcohol at just 2.7% ABV, but with body and flavour turned up to max.

A sociable seasonal

Brewing a great low alcohol beer is a true test for any brewer, but at Fuller's, we never shy away from a challenge. Our brewhouse bods have put together a complex malt bill of Munich malt, Pale Ale malt, wheat and lightly toasted oats, giving Table Beer a body so often lacking in low ABV beers.

Add in a formidable array of flavoursome hops from both sides of the Atlantic, and you have a low-strength beer that refuses to compromise on flavour. The perfect pint for sociable supping.

Brewer's notes

Pouring a pale gold pint, Table Beer tempts with aromas of grapefruit and lychee, predominantly drawn from the dry-hopping of UK variety Jester. Meanwhile, a trio of US hops – Cascade, Chinook and Bravo – pack the low-strength brew with floral and citrus flavours, set against a hearty backdrop of that big malt mix.

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Taste profile

Sight: Pale gold
Smell: Citrus and pine
Taste: Grapefruit and bitterness
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Introduced in Autumn 2017, Table Beer is officially the lowest strength beer in the current Fuller's stable – meeting a steadily increasing demand for low-alcohol options at the bar.

Ingredients

 
Water
Ale yeast
Malts: Munich, Pale Ale, Wheat, Dextrin, lightly-toasted oats
Hops: Bravo, Cascade, Chinook, Hallertauer Tradition, Jester

Nutrition (per 100ml)

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ABV: 4

Food pairing

Lighten up lucnhtimes with Table Beer and grilled salmon.

A low ABV brew like our seasonal Table Beer is the ideal companion to a light dish like grilled salmon. The delicate flavours of the fish aren't overwhelmed by the sweet, fruity notes of the beer, while the citrus flavours complement the salmon to perfection.