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British Isles - Fuller’s

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Chiswick Lane South, London, England, W4 2QB

London’s last remaining traditional family brewer, Fuller’s has been based at the historic Griffin Brewery near the Thames River in Chiswick since 1845. Brewing on the site, however, goes back 350 years. Despite its global prominence, Fuller’s retains a small company spirit and formidably energetic outlook. Its beers, among the country’s most consistent, have received countless awards, notably the Campaign For Real Ale Champion Beer of Britain, which it has won five times. Although firmly at the forefront of British ale production, Fuller’s remains resolutely true to traditional brewing techniques. The company bought Hampshire brewer George Gale in 2005, and its beers are now brewed at Chiswick.

London Pride

beer style: Bitter
alcohol content: 4.1% ABV

A fruity sweet malt nose and a floral spiced hop presence with marmalade undercurrents.


beer style: Extra Strong Bitter
alcohol content: 5.5% ABV

Complex aromas, with the house-style orange fruit complementing tangy hops and roasted malt.

Vintage Ale

beer style: Barley Wine
alcohol content: 8.5% ABV (Variable)

Annually produced using different malt and hop varieties. Each vintage is different, all are intriguing.

Chiswick Bitter

beer style: Bitter
alcohol content: 3.5% ABV

A fresh citrus hop nature with a touch of malt sweetness on the palate. Pleasingly dry finish.

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