An independent brewery based in London. The full name of the company is Fuller Smith & Turner after the original founders John Bird Fuller, Henry Smith & John Turner. They own pubs, hotels and bars throughout the U.K. , as well as brewing excellent real ale. A brewery has stood at the site of their current premises in Chiswick, west London, for over 350 years. Their three most popular beers are;

Chiswick Bitter - a cheap and cheerful pint for drinker on a budget.
London Pride - medium strength ale and Fullers flagship brand. Crowned supreme champion at the 2000 international beer and cider competition.
ESB - A stronger beer (5.5% A.B.V in casks), darker and more malty than Fuller's other two top brands.

Fuller's also brew a number of seasonal ales these include;

Summer - Summer Ale
Autumn - Red Fox
Winter - Jack Frost
Spring - Honey Dew

Fuller's also brew a few less widely available beers;

1845, a strong (6.3%) bottle conditioned bitter, first brewed for Fuller's 150th anniversery in 1995.

Golden Pride, a barley wine, very strong (8.5%) and malty, available in 33cl & 50 cl bottles and very occasionaly on draught in Fuller's houses at christmas. Makes an interesting mixed drink with port

Vintage Ale, a bottle conditioned ale which is brewed once a year (around June) to a slightly different recipe each year. Similar to, but more refinied than golden pride.

An IPA and porter are also made for export, but are unavailable in the UK.

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