Due to obvious factors of storage and long time gaps between fixtures this rules out cask beers.
However our sponsors and beer suppliers Coors Brewers and Worthington's have come up with a great solution for us.
So welcome Kingsholm Ale.
Presented in a 500ml bottle (that's just under a pint to you and me) it's brewed in Burton on Trent to the same recipe as the famous and much revered "Worthington's White Shield."
The brew is made with English Northdown, Fuggles and Golding hops which give an aromatic nose and distinctive bitter finish plus the dual strain yeast brings apple and banana flavours.
This is the beer that won the International Beer competition gold medal in 2003 and the Camra champion bottle conditioned beer of Britain in 2006 - So it not only has plenty of pedigree but at 5.6% ABV it is to be respected!
In fact it should be poured with a steady hand, leaving the last few drops containing the yeast in the bottle. Being a bottle conditioned beer the yeast ensures it continues to ferment.
It will continue maturing for up to three years, which makes it a great drink and the perfect gift and souvenir to take home of a visit to Kingsholm.
Incorporating the club crest and its own distinctive branding, the bottle label carriers this inscription.
"Gloucester is a name synonymous with rugby and one of the traditional powerhouses in the English game."
"Famed for their remarkable ability to develop players from within the City boundaries for more than a century, Gloucester are now a multi cultural, multi national team with designs on becoming one of the biggest and most successful teams in Europe."
"Supported by some of the most loyal and partisan followers in the game, Gloucester is a place that eats, sleeps and breathes the success of its rugby team. Kingsholm is a cauldron of cheery and white passion - and we can all drink to that."
Launched at the Wasps game, we sold out straight away. The long delay between fixtures has allowed the brewery to brew and bottle a further supply. Its success and popularity exceeded all our expectations.
It will again be available on the club bars at £3.30 a bottle in hospitality lounges at Tuesday night's Worcester game. So get yours while stocks last.
Want to win a case of twelve bottles for your own special use or consumption?
Then in 30 words or less tell us what Gloucester rugby and a glass of beer mean to you.
Send your entries marked "Kingsholm Ale" to email@example.com
Closing date for entries 27th April 2009
(Entrants must be over 18 and usual competition rules apply).