Clothing

  • RAFBF Fundraising T-shirt

    £10.00

    This year, Spitfire ale is seeking to raise £75,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. 

  • Novelty Beer Socks

    £3.75

    Everyone loves novelty socks!

    Why not add a pair to a gift?

    These socks are unisex, one size fits all (UK5 - 12)

  • Spitfire "No Fokker" T-Shirt

    £11.90

    V-neck 100% heavyweight cotton T-shirt with Spitfire colour logo and 'No Fokker comes close' in white on the back.

  • Spitfire Polo Shirt

    £17.50

    Black polo shirt embroidered with Spitfire logo on chest and Shepherd Neame signature logo on sleeve. Shepherd Neame tape trim to neck and waist.

  • Asahi T-shirt

    £14.25

    Black with small motif on sleeve, Asahi logo on front.

  • Spitfire Cufflinks

    £14.95

  • Roundel Cufflinks

    £14.95

  • Bottle Top & Opener Cufflinks

    £14.95

    Satin finish rhodium bottle top and opener cufflinks, large and detailed with a quality feel these cufflinks are great fun.  Perfect for the office party the conversation will soon be on the right subject.  
    Crimp bottle tops are fitted to many different drinks today including the traditional glass coke bottle but it's fair to say many quality beer products still use this traditional method of sealing because it works so well keeping the bottle contents in tip top condition.
  • Beer Jug Cufflinks

    £14.95

    Polished and satin rhodium together give these beer jug cufflinks a superb feel. Well proportioned, large and solid they are very realistic and great fun to wear.
    The traditional pint pot is uniquely an english tradition for drinking ales and many people insist on a jug when drinking real ale.These pint pot cufflinks are great fun and would make a brilliant tongue in cheek gift for a real ale fan.
     
  • Spitfire & Roundel Cufflinks

    £14.95

    The legendary Spitfire, designed by the genius supermarine designer RG Mitchell who tragically died before seeing his masterpiece win air superiority over England in the Battle of Britain and go on to be the RAF's premier fighter plane until the end of the war.