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    Taste the Victory!

    Allsopp's Pilsner - Buy 2 cases get 1 case free for the Rugby World Cup!

  • Allsopp's Pale Ale

    Our Allsopp’s forbears dedicated themselves to perfecting this balanced, golden-hued, enduringly drinkable Pale Ale. And perfect it they did. We’re happy to share this crisp, sessionable and refreshing contemporary take on our classic.

  • Allsopp's India Pale Ale

    Samuel Allsopp was the first to perfect Burton-brewed India Pale Ale. Some 200 years later, Allsopp & Sons invite you to savour this faithful recreation of the complex, beguiling, original Burton IPA.

  • Allsopp's Pilsner

    In the 1890’s we built England’s largest brewery to brew Burton’s first lager. Rather premature, as no one had acquired the taste for it yet. This unfortunate oversight led to the collapse of our brewery. Bitten but not shy, we have unfinished business with the ‘Wee Yella ’.

    Here’s to second time lucky with our bright, clean and refreshing revival of the original Allsopp’s Pilsner.

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The History of the Hand

Learn more about the history behind the distinctive Allsopp Red Hand logo. From when it was first registered as a trademark, to where it originated from.

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Latest Stories

The History of Percy's Pilsner

Burton on Trent beer historian, Ian Webster, describes the origin story of Burton lager beer. The city was an important part of brewing history, but the use of lager yeast was revolutionary and it would soon spread around the world. So where does Allsopp’s Lager fit into the story?
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The strongest beer ever made? Well, in 1845 anyway.   
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The Relaunch

Almost 300 years after our first brew, Allsopp's back. We've dusted off the old recipe books to reclaim our exceptional beers. But who's behind it?
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The UK's First Beer Laboratory

In the 18th Century, Allsopp's beer sales exploded, not only in Burton but around the world. Exploded quite literally...
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Burton and Its Bitter Beer (1853)

John Stevenson Bushnan writes his account of Samuel Allsopp meeting Mr Marjoribanks. The meeting that changed history...
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The Early Days

Burton upon Trent was known as the Brewing Capital of the World, but where did it all start?
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The Collapse

By 1890 Allsopp's was producing 460,000 barrels of beer a year with a workforce of 1,750. So where did it all go wrong?
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"Is this the Indian Beer?" - Part Two

The history doesn't end there. Burton beer historian Ian Webster continues the India Pale Ale origin story...
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Explore Our Archives

With over two hundred years of advertising memorabilia, here our some of our favourites. Please share yours by sending to askfor@allsopps.com.

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