About Twickenham Fine Ales

Twickenham Fine Ales was the first brewery in Twickenham since Cole’s Brewery closed in 1906.

In the beginning there was a 10 barrel plant which was installed in a small unit opposite a Greggs Bakery factory – pint and a pasty seeming natural bedfellows. 

The early days of experimentation and trial settled down with the arrival of Tom Madeiros, as Brewer, in 2005. Being American the use of American hops seemed a natural path and Twickenham became an early adopter of the now popular and more common place hops used in many beers today.

The variety of hops grew and Twickenham now uses hops from countries including: England, Germany, Slovenia, USA, Australia and New Zealand.

The quality of Twickenham’s beers was recognised on a national level in 2007 when Sundancer won silver in the national Champion Beer of Britain at the GBBF. Unusual then for having such citrusy hops, especially in a lower strength beer (3.7%ABV), it is a wonderful pint giving as much satisfaction to drinkers today as at any time.

The Naked Ladies

The Naked Ladies are a set of elegant statues in the gardens of York House, Twickenham, on the side of the River Thames.

Carved from white Italian Carrara marble during the late nineteenth, they depict eight sea nymphs.

Commissioned by infamous fraudster Whitaker Wright, they spent several years as the glorious backdrop for some of London’s grandest garden parties and came into the possession of Twickenham Council in 1924, when York House became the new town hall.

During the blitz of the Second World War, there was concern that moonlight reflecting on them would give a navigation mark to the Luftwaffe. So, as part of London’s Blackout measures, the statues were covered with a grey sludge – they have since been cleaned!

York House and the gardens are open to the public and, in 1983, the statues were protected with a Grade II listing by English Heritage.

London’s oldest microbrewery, Twickenham Fine Ales, are proud to promote our local history on the pump clip of our bestselling beer NAKED LADIES.

Beers made by Twickenham Fine Ales


English Bitter

Naked Ladies

English Pale Ale

Red Sky

Flanders Red Ale

Session IPA

American IPA

American Nut Brown

Seasonal American Brown Ale

Autumn Red

Seasonal English Bitter

Azacca Star

Seasonal American Pale Ale (APA)

Daisy Cutter

Seasonal American IPA

Four Grains

Seasonal English Pale Ale

Gothick Dark

Seasonal English Dark Mild Ale

Honey Dark

Seasonal English Dark Mild Ale

London Porter

Seasonal English Porter

Melba Pale

Seasonal American Pale Ale (APA)

Mysteries of the Galaxy

Seasonal English Pale Ale


Seasonal American Pale Ale (APA)

Pale Beauty

Seasonal English Pale Ale


Seasonal Rye Beer

Smilers Ale

Seasonal English Bitter

Spring Ale

Seasonal English Bitter

Strange Brew

Seasonal English Bitter

Summer Down Under

Seasonal English India Pale Ale (IPA)

Summer Sun

Seasonal English Pale Ale

Winter Star

Seasonal Old Ale

Winter Warmer

Seasonal Winter Warmer

Wolf of the Woods

Seasonal English Bitter

Yakima Valley

Seasonal American Brown Ale

Brewery Contact

Phone Number

+44 20 8241 1825