Fuller’s London Pride, the company’s flagship brand, is a mahogany coloured bitter. The beer is best known in England in its 4.1% cask conditioned form, but is also sold worldwide in 4.7% pasteurised bottles.
Fuller’s London Pride
Reviews of Fuller’s London Pride
Appearance – Clear pale orange with a tall off-white head that dissipates slowly, but not completely, leaving no lacing.
Smell – Hints of grain, malt, butter, and caramel, combined with a good amount of hops.
Taste – Bread and biscuit from the malt, a little hint of sweetness as well, all balanced with earthy hops.
Mouthfeel – Medium bodied, with a good amount of carbonation fading into something smooth but not syrupy.
Drinkability – Personally, I think this one falls a little flat. It’s not extremely flavorful, it’s not exceptionally interesting, etc. Not a bad beer, but not one I’ll go for again.