Beer Fuller's, "London Pride", 0.5 L
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- Volume: 0.5 L
Reviews of purchase Fuller's, "London Pride", 0.5 L
Beer rich amber color.
Clean, fresh, dry, with a decent balance the taste of beer is very similar to the flavor. It begins with notes of caramel malt, followed by mild hop bitterness that lingers in citrus aftertaste.
Soft malty flavor beer filled tones of caramel, toffee, fruit. As the heat in the aroma hop appear lighter shades.
Beer goes well with Indian, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern cuisine, cheeses, fish, seafood.
"London Pride" - the leading premium ale in the UK. He is known and loved for its delicate, balanced flavor and distinctive, rounded, rich, smooth and wonderfully balanced flavor, malt base is complemented by a well-developed varieties of hops notes Target, Challenger and Northdown.
"London Pride" is the most eminent Fullers beer company, awarded numerous titles and ranks. He has twice won the title of "Champion Best Bitter" at CAMRA Great British Beer Festival in 1979 and 1995, won the "Champion Beer of Britain" in 1979. In 2000, El was the "Supreme Champion" ("Supreme Champion") on "International Beer and Cider competition".
Famous beer critic Roger Protz beer called "London Pride" "surprisingly complicated and complex in its power", and the former director of CAMRA beer critic Stephen Cox compared the taste of ale with a sense of "angels dancing on the tongue!"
In the middle of XVII century in the western suburbs of London opened a brewery "Griffin". It was a small family business, a beer brewed only for a narrow range of clients. At the beginning of the XIX century brewery business fell into disrepair, and perhaps it would be closed if it was not John Fuller, who has invested money in this business.
In 1845, on the basis of the brewery "Griffin" was formed company Fuller Smith & Turner, which actively and successfully developed, expanded, and in 1909 bought the company "Beehive Brewery" with belonging to her 34 pubs. During the XX century, Fuller Smith & Turner continued to develop in the same direction, and today this thriving company owns several factories, more than 360 pubs and bars, six hotels and nearly two dozen hotels across England.
In the product portfolio of the company - 12 beer brands, has repeatedly won high awards at international exhibitions and competitions. And one of the brands - "London Pride" - was twice awarded the title of "Champion Beer of Britain", awarded on an annual Great British Beer Festival. This result can not boast of any brewery in England. The main mission of the company is: "Always and everywhere be the standard of quality, high quality service and pride in his work!"