Wetherspoon brings the world to your local pub, with our outstanding range of international beers.
And our world beer bottle selection has now been extended further with four NEW additions on the bar at Wetherspoon this summer.
We are now serving the number-one original Thai beer Singha (5.0% ABV), the world’s number-one German wheat beer Erdinger (5.3% ABV) (as well as its low-alcohol (0.5% ABV) partner Erdinger Alkoholfrei), Kenya’s number-one original beer Tusker (4.2% ABV) and, with its origins rooted in Bangalore, the ever-popular Cobra (4.5% ABV).
Established in 1933, Singha is the original Thai beer. A Pilsener-style lager, first brewed in Thailand, this is the only one with a royal warrant.
Made with malted barley and European hops, the beer is floral, herbal and peppery in its aroma, with a fresh, zesty taste and a hoppy, bitter dryness, a fruity sweetness and a clean, dry finish.
The Singha is a Thai mythical creature, in the form of a lion – a part of Thai history and the nation for as long as anyone can remember.
It is the symbol of power, strength, courage, leadership, dignity, loyalty, perseverance and endurance.
Originating from Erding, Bavaria, Erdinger Weissbier is the ultimate premium wheat beer, brewed to original recipe since 1886, using the unique Bavarian double-maturity method, traditionally matured in the bottle, like Champagne, for 28 days.
The strength of this classic, fresh-tasting wheat beer lies in the harmonious balance it achieves among its various aromas. Gently spiced wheat and yeast aromas, with mildly bitter hops, give the beer its distinctive aroma and flavour.
Erdinger Alkoholfrei, the low-alcohol version, retains the aromatic, full-bodied Erdinger character… without the alcohol.
Isotonic, refreshing and made exclusively from natural ingredients, this has spicy malt notes and subtle hops, harmonising with delicate sweet caramel hints of brioche and fine yeast aromas.
Tusker beer was first brewed back in 1922 by two brothers.
Just a year later, George Hurst, a co-founder of Kenya Breweries Ltd, was killed by an elephant, and his brother Charles gave the name Tusker to the lager in his memory.
In the UK, Tusker may be a lesser-known world beer, but its numerous gold medals at the prestigious Monde Selection international beer awards are testament to its appeal and quality.
A pale lager, popular in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, it is brewed from 100 per cent African ingredients. The barley is from the savannah and the Maasai Mara, while its spring water is from the Aberdare Range mountains. This gives the beer its exquisite and authentic taste.
Winner of 121 gold and grand gold medals for quality at Monde Selection since 2001, Cobra beer is a global favourite, inspired by the cuisines and cultures from countries worldwide.
Lord Karan Bilimoria founded Cobra Beer in 1989, having realised that Britain deserved a better, smoother, less gassy lager. The beer was specifically brewed to pair with and complement spicy food.
Made using the finest natural ingredients and a traditional Indian blend of barley malt and yeast, with maize, hops, wheat and rice, he created an extra-smooth beer, quite unlike any other.
These new beers join our international line-up which already includes Italy’s number-one beer Birra Moretti (4.6% ABV), together with Peroni (5.1% ABV), China’s number-one premium beer Tsingtao (4.7% ABV), Tyskie Gronie (5.0% ABV) number one in Poland, Turkey’s Efes (5.0% ABV) and Russian’s number-one beer Baltika 7 (5.4% ABV).
A taste of Mexico is available with Desperados (5.9% ABV), Corona (4.5% ABV) and Sol (4.2% ABV), the US is represented by Budweiser (4.5% ABV), Beck’s (4.0% ABV) is from Germany and Spain’s Estrella Galicia (5.5% ABV) is our gluten-free choice.
Flying the flag for the UK in this world selection, and born in the ‘Toon’, is Newcastle Brown Ale (4.7% ABV).
Enjoy a world of tastes at Wetherspoon with our world bottled beers collection.
Choice keeps getting wider, as three new craft beers arrive
Adventurous ale fans treated to new bottles and cans from BrewDog of Scotland and Camden Town Brewery in London.
Wetherspoon has extended its craft beer range yet again, with three exciting NEW choices from two brewers in the UK.
Hailing from north of the border, in Ellon, Scotland, we have two new brave brews from BrewDog – in big bottles.
Wetherspoon is proud to be the first to serve the Scottish craft beer company’s 660ml bottles of Elvis Juice (5.1% ABV) and Hazy Jane (5.0% ABV). London-based Camden Town Brewery also offers a new canned craft beer, with its Camden Hells Lager (4.6% ABV).
BrewDog’s Elvis Juice is an IPA with a caramel malt base, supporting a full-frontal citrus overload – grapefruit peel piled on top of intense US aroma hops. Waves of crashing pine, orange and grapefruit round out this citrus-infused IPA. East coasts collide and crank it up for BrewDog’s Hazy Jane, a NEW New England IPA retuned in Scotland. Brewed with oats and wheat, left unfiltered for a hazy appearance and super-smooth delivery, it has a low bitterness and hop-heavy onslaught packed with tropical fruit flavours.
Camden Hells is the lovechild of two German beer styles – Helles and Pilsener. A clean, crisp and dry lager, this beer is the reason the brewery was started in the first place. It is made with Perle and Hallertauer Tradition hops, a special Pilsener malt from Bamberg and never pasteurised. These new craft beers join their American cousins in our bottle and can range, Lagunitas IPA (6.2% ABV), Goose IPA (5.9% ABV) and Brooklyn Lager (5.2% ABV), as well as draught craft beer Shipyard (4.5% ABV), together with BrewDog’s already popular Punk IPA (5.2% ABV).
Check out our fantastic three new craft beers at your local Wetherspoon.