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Beer Title: London Pride
Brewery: Fullers
Category:
ABV %: 4.1
See: Tawny
Smell: Malt, Hops
Taste: Balanced Malt Bitterness
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Brewery Name: Fullers
Website URL: www.fullers.co.uk
Address: Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South, London
Postcode: W4 2QB
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Phone number: 0208 9962000
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Licensee Notes: London Pride information has been updated on the site and will be available
at least until 17th Dec 13.

Fuller’s London Pride is an award-winning classic. A rich, smooth and wonderfully balanced beer, its distinctive malty base is complemented by well developed hop character, from adding Target, Challenger and Northdown varieties to the brew. Described by leading beer writer Roger Protz as “an astonishingly complex ale for its strength”, its flavour has been likened by Stephen Cox, beer writer and former campaigns director at CAMRA, to “the sensation of angels dancing on the tongue...”! In the UK, draught London Pride is brewed to 4.1% ABV (cask and keg), while in bottles and cans it has a strength of 4.7% ABV, making it an ideal session-strength premium ale. In most of our overseas markets, a keg version at 4.7% ABV is available. London Pride has twice been awarded Champion Best Bitter at the CAMRA Great British Beer Festival in 1979 and 1995, and achieved the ultimate accolade of Champion Beer of Britain in 1979. It has won a host of awards around the world,...

 
 

 
Beer Title: ESB
Brewery: Fullers
Category:
ABV %: 5.5
See: Chestnut
Smell: Intense Fruit and Hops
Taste: Rich Malt, Marmalade Bitterness
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Brewery Name: Fullers
Website URL: www.fullers.co.uk
Address: Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South, London
Postcode: W4 2QB
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Phone number: 0208 9962000
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Licensee Notes: ESB information has been updated on the site and will be available
at least until 17th Dec 13.

ESB was launched into the Fuller's family in 1971, as a winter brew to replace a beer named Old Burton Extra. The potential of the beer was soon realised and ESB was installed as a permanent fixture, creating an immediate impact. Not only was it one of the strongest regularly brewed draught beers in the country (at 5.5% ABV), it was also one of the tastiest, and as the awareness of the beer grew, so did its popularity. ESB's reputation was soon enhanced after being named CAMRA's (Campaign for Real Ale) Beer of the Year in 1978, and the beer has not stopped winning since! With three CAMRA Beer of the Year awards, two World Champion Beer awards, and numerous other gold medals to speak of, ESB is, quite simply, the Champion Ale. Brewed at 5.5% ABV in cask and 5.9% ABV in bottle, ESB is a true liquid legend, and should be savoured as such. If you are familiar with this beer, you will undoubtedly be aware of the unique glass that ESB is presented in. This glass was...

 
 

 
Beer Title: HSB
Brewery: Fullers
Category:
ABV %: 4.8
See: Auburn
Smell: Fruitcake
Taste: Sweet, Fruity, Bitter
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Brewery Name: Fullers
Website URL: www.fullers.co.uk
Address: Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South, London
Postcode: W4 2QB
Contact Name:
Phone number: 0208 9962000
Email:
Mobile:

Licensee Notes: HSB information has been updated on the site and will be available
at least until 17th Dec 13.

First brewed in 1959, HSB (Horndean Special Bitter) is an award-winning, distinctive, high quality premium bitter. HSB was the flagship brew of Horndean's Gales brewery, which was acquired by Fuller's in 2005. Today, HSB is brewed with pride and passion at Chiswick where the Gale's yeast is now alive and well. It continues to delight discerning ale drinkers in its original heartland and win new friends far and wide. HSB is brewed with the finest malt and hops for a well-balanced character. It is full bodied and silky textured, with a hint of Dundee cake that leads to a rich, fruity taste and a silky smooth finish. It has an ABV of 4.8% and is a beer to savour. HSB makes the ideal accompaniment to the following types of dishes: Hearty stews and casseroles, where the strong malt and fruity flavours complement the meaty taste. Game, where HSB's strong fruity raisin flavours complement the richness of the game

 
 

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