Category Archives: Fuller’s

Fuller’s – Wild River IPA 4.5%

Fullers’s – Wild River Double Hopped IPA 4.5%

Fuller’s – Wild River Double Hopped IPA

This review is posted on the first BeerBritish Day 15 June 2015
 
The is a pale golden ale with a light Flowery aroma. It has a malty and hop taste with a bitter follow-on. The flowery aroma comes from the use of American hops including Liberty and Willamette but avoids the strong grapefruit notes from some varieties.

 

This is a pleasant Double Hopped IPA from this consistent London Brewer.

Fuller’s – Chiswick Bitter

 

Fuller’s Chiswick Bitter

Fuller’s – Chiswick Bitter 3.5%
This Bitter ale is the session bitter from famous London Pride brewer Fuller, Smith and Turner (known commonly as Fuller’s) based at the Griffin Brewery in Chiswick. Fuller’s is now The London independent brewer, with pubs across the capital. It’s London Pride is their flagship beer but Chiswick Bitter carries the name of the brewery location for drinking sessions.
Chiswick Bitter is a golden ale available draught or in bottles. It sports malty and toffee aromas, with a malt sweet and bitter taste with a pleasant bitter after taste.
Whilst London Pride is probably the first choice of many visiting a Fuller’s Pub when in London, it is worth checking out Chiswick Bitter as another option well worth trying.                                                                      Edited with BlogPad Pro