London pub company celebrates a decade in the trade with their own beer, wine and gin

By Robyn Black

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Co-owners Tom Peake, Mark Reynolds and Nick Fox are also offering one lucky punter the chance to dine for free in any of their pubs for the next decade.
Co-owners Tom Peake, Mark Reynolds and Nick Fox are also offering one lucky punter the chance to dine for free in any of their pubs for the next decade.
The owners of Renaissance Pubs, the six-strong pub company based in south west London, have created their own beer, gin and wine to celebrate 10 years in the trade.

The three co-owners, Tom Peake, Mark Reynolds and Nick Fox (pictured, right), joined forces with Sambrook’s Brewery, Thames Distillers and wine producer Claudio Manera of Italian vintners, Araldica, to create the drinks.

London Ten Ale is an amber brew made with British barley and a recently discovered hop from Kent called Renaissance.

London Ten Gin is a London Dry gin in style and made from a British wheat spirit infused with 13 botanicals including lime flower and cinnamon.

Ten House Red and Ten House White are easy drinking, medium bodied wines from Barbera and Cortese grapes, respectively.

As part of the birthday celebrations the three are also offering one lucky punter the chance to dine for free in any of its pubs for the next decade.

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