Buy Wye Valley Brewery clothing
You've visited the pub, you've drunk the ale, now you can wear the T-shirt...
or polo shirt, sweatshirt, fleece, scarf, hoodie, backpack, beanie hat, holdall, baseball cap or rugby shirt. Phew! Did we miss anything? Take a look...
Note: to ensure delivery before Christmas, please order by 19 December!
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NEW! Body warmer
Generoulsy padded and fleece-lined, you'll be as snug as a bug in a pub with this terrific body warmer. Not only will it help keep you toasty on even the nippiest of days, but with three pockets it will also mean you've plenty of places to stash your cash, house keys, mobile and lipstick. (Yes, yes, gents... we realise that most of you don't wear lipstick, but we reckon that the many women among our fans will also appreciate this cosy item of clothing.)
NEW! Road cycling jersey
Our latest must-have item of clothing – a cool-looking and classically styled cycling jersey – has arrived!
NEW! Butty Bach T-shirt
Dedicated followers of our brilliant Butty Bach beer will no doubt be doing back flips at the news that their favoured tipple has finally been commemorated in cotton. This terrific T-shirt features the words 'Butty Bach Premium Ale' in gold lettering on the front, and a Wye Valley Brewery logo on the sleeve. And, as the saying goes, you can have this T-shirt in any colour you like as long as its black.
NEW! 25th anniversary HPA T-shirt
If T-shirts rlick your fashion switches – and if you're a fan of HPA, our delightful pale ale – you're sure to like this bright blue number. Boasting an unmissable HPA logo (printed in navy and a very smart silver) on the front, and with a Wye Valley Brewery logo on the sleeve and an anniversary roundel between the shoulder blades on the back, it's a T-shirt that's not short of impact!
NEW! Dorothy Goodbody T-shirt
Dorothy saw us producing several new items of clothing and asked us whether she could get in on the action. Well, it's pretty hard to say no to a hop-grower's daughter at the best of times, so this T-shirt was born. It comes in a Wye Valley brewery cream and has the the unmistakable image of Dorothy adorning the front. Just like the girl herself, it's a T-shirt sure to attract plenty of admiring glances.
The Wye Valley T-shirt in black. Some say that black is the ultimate fashionable colour – its longevity, sophistication and elegance make it a colour that stands the test of time. OK, we can't promise that our black T-shirt will make you elegant and sophisticated but it will stand the test of time stood at the bar, where it will be sure to attract appreciative nods from anyone who knows the name of a good brewery when they see one.
The Wye Valley T-shirt in cream. While some revere black as the ultimate colour for fashionable garments, many big-up the virtues of the natural, down-to-earth qualities of the off-white end of the spectrum. And what's more, if you're sporting one of these T-shirts beneath a darker-coloured item such as a housecoat or a dinner jacket, the contrast will be a pleasing one.
Polo shirt (black)
The Wye Valley Brewery polo shirt is a garment with an interesting provenance. Although seen as the epitome of modern 'business casual' clothing, the polo shirt has been with us for over 80 years. Fed up with the traditional cumbersome, long-sleeved tennis attire, French tennis ace René Lacoste designed a short-sleeved version with an unstarched collar. This style was then adopted in the 1930s by polo players, and latterly by everyone from golfers to plumbers – and, of course, discerning drinkers.
Polo shirt (cream)
Here at the brewery, our allegiance is divided between the black and cream polo. Black suggests you're smart and clever, but cream implies you're friendly and approachable. Cream also says that you're quietly confident of not dribbling your pint (beer really does show up on a cream polo). So, if you tend to drink your ale from a glass rather than a beaker, maybe a cream polo is the one for you.
Ah yes, the Wye Valley Brewery rugby shirt. It comes in a heavyweight cotton with an embroidered Wye Valley Brewery logo. It's a rough, tough men's garment, for rough, tough, real-ale-drinking, rugby-playing blokes. Well, we say that, but we reckon it also looks quite the thing when being worn by a woman (preferably not a rough, tough kinda woman that's gonna muscle you out of the way in the queue for the bar, however).
Neither a shirt nor in any way sweaty, the Wye Valley Brewery sweatshirt is a comfy long-sleeved item that is perfect for the walk to the pub on those chillier evenings. (By the way, experts tell us that the name sweatshirt is given to a jumper or pullover that is made predominantly from cotton, but where the 'sweat' and 'shirt' came from we may never know!)
Hoodies get a bad press, but we love 'em. Perhaps if everyone who wore them wore ours, with its friendly and recognisable neatly embroidered Wye Valley Brewery logo on the front the world would be a better place. With a drawstring hood, heavyweight cotton and a nice big double entry pocket on the front, it's the kind of garment your mum would think was actually very sensible.
The Wye Valley Brewery fleece in black is the kind of item of clothing that's going to see a lot of action. Lovers of fleeces virtually live in them. They (the fleeces, not the lovers) keep you warm when it's cool and help cool you when you get hot. Our version boasts a full length zip, two pockets and a nice high collar to keep the cold draughts out while leaving your mouth clear to let a pint of draught ale in.
We would love to tell you that the cream version of the Wye Valley Brewery fleece has slimming properties (a little like vertical stripes). And we would love to say that it makes you more attractive to the opposite sex (or even the same sex, if that's your preference). But the fact of the matter is that we're brewers, not Trinny and Susannah, so all we can say is that it's as snug and comfy as a snug and comfy thing.
The brand new Wye Valley Brewery jute shopper is a bag with bags of great features. Not only does it last for ages (unlike standard plasic carrier bags) but with short, padded handles it won't try to amputate your fingers when you're carrying something weighty – such as bottles of our ales. And talking of carrying bottles, this clever shopper has a nifty removable divider which creates six bottle-sized sections and prevents any beer or wine bottles from clanking against one another.
The brand new Wye Valley Brewery golf umbrella, like most umbrellas, comes in very handy when sheltering from the rain – but you don't have to play golf to have one of these! With your Wye Valley Brewery brolly in hand, not only will you be dry while going about your daily activities, but you will also look pretty dapper!