London Pride, Taste Some History

London Pride, Taste Some History

London Pride, Taste Some History

London Pride

Brewed by Fuller’s
Style: Premium Bitter
London, England

Fuller’s flagship brand in the U.K. London Pride is Britain’s leading premium ale.

London Pride, Taste Some HistoryAn intrinsic part of London, London Pride has been brewed by the banks of the Thames since the mid 19th century. 

Fuller’s Brewery (Fuller, Smith & Turner P.L.C.) is an independent, family, regional brewery which was founded in 1845 and based in Chiswick, West London. Beer has been brewed on Fuller’s Chiswick site for over 350 years.

London Pride is a smooth, medium-strength pale ale with a red brownish colour. The beer is best known in England in its 4.1% cask conditioned form, but is also sold in the UK and worldwide in 4.7% bottles. Lucky I got the bottles so!

London Pride, Taste Some HistoryOver the years Fuller’s has built up a reputation for its pubs and beers, with the likes of London Pride, ESB and 1845 all winning numerous awards. In fact, London Pride, with other Fuller beers ESB and Chiswick Bitter, have been named Champion Beer of Britain, a record unmatched by any other brewery in the UK.

Review: Bottle of London Pride British Pale Ale, 4.70%ABV

London Pride, Taste Some HistoryComes in a nice looking  and distinctive 330ml bottle. London Pride is a decent ale from England’s Capital city.

Pours a lovely amber reddish colour with some white head that faded quickly. Some light lacing is seen.

The aroma is of some biscuit malts and earthy hops with hints of caramel sweetness. Nice.

London Pride, Taste Some HistoryA lovely refreshing flavour which hits the taste buds immediately. It tastes of light caramel, some earthy hops with a mild bitter aftertaste. It has a different, subtle, complex taste to it than what you can expect from a lot of beers, which has to be appreciated. I also found it a bit strong in the taste which I enjoyed, more of a kick to it than other ales.

Overall, London Pride is a solid pale ale, with lots of flavour, and was fairly easy to drink, a good session beer. Definitely worth a try and a good introduction to English, cough, London beers.

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