Fuller's London Pride ( England )

Fuller's London Pride is a delicious Pale Ale with a distinctive malty base which is complemented by nicely balanced hop flavors. It is reddish-brown in color and has a hint of nuttiness in its aroma. This is an easy-drinking brew and arguably the perfect session beer for a long evening at the pub.

Fuller, Smith & Turner
In 1829, John Fuller joined a brewery that had been operating in Chiswick, England for over two hundred years. Sixteen years later, in 1845, together with Henry Smith and John Turner, he formed Fuller Smith & Turner. Direct descendants of the founding families are still involved in the running of the company today and a brewery has now stood on that same Chiswick site for over 350 years. In 1929 Fuller’s became a private limited company and in 1959 London Pride received its first medal at the Brewers Exhibition. CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) was formed in 1971 to ensure the survival of proper cask conditioned beer and the spectacularly successful campaign attracted 30,000 members. Fuller’s took advantage of this shift in public taste and wooed members relentlessly. Fuller's ESB was named CAMRA’s beer of the year in 1978; it and other Fuller brews have garned that award and other national and international honors several times over the past quarter century.


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