"Like Us" on Facebook "Follow Us" on Twitter "See Us" on Instagram "Connect With Us" on LinkedIn

Fullers

A brewery in London.

Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South, London, Greater London, W4 2QB
View Map

020 8996 2000

fullers@fullers.co.uk

http://www.fullers.co.uk

Facilities include: Real Ale, We're award winners, Shop, CAMRA – national,

Drink %
1845 6.3

A bottle-conditioned strong ale

Tasting Notes: Best poured slowly, 1845 delivers a sweet, fruit cake aroma, a dark tawny colour and a dry finish that sings of spices and raisin. Those fruity characteristics harmonise perfectly with the biscuity malts amid a clever and complex range of subtle flavours, the depth of which you could only find in a live beer fermented in the bottle.

Bengal Lancer 5.0

Inspired by the classic India Pale Ales of times gone by, Fuller’s Bengal Lancer redefines Eastern promise. With a full-bodied flavour and spicy character, it’s an IPA that grabs the reins and leads from the front.

Tasting Notes: Conjuring a landscape of sandstorms and sunsets, Bengal Lancer pours a pale amber colour. On the palate, orange, character is followed by floral and spicy notes from the hops – riding through to a satisfying finish of mild bitterness. Great with a curry, Bengal Lancer cuts through to refresh the palate and add its own gentle touch of spice.

Bengal Lancer 5

A full-bodied India Pale Ale

Tasting Notes: Conjuring a landscape of sandstorms and sunsets, Bengal Lancer pours a pale amber colour. On the palate, orange, character is followed by floral and spicy notes from the hops – riding through to a satisfying finish of mild bitterness. Great with a curry, Bengal Lancer cuts through to refresh the palate and add its own gentle touch of spice.

Bengal Lancer 5.3

A full-bodied India Pale Ale

Tasting Notes: Conjuring a landscape of sandstorms and sunsets, Bengal Lancer pours a pale amber colour. On the palate, orange, character is followed by floral and spicy notes from the hops – riding through to a satisfying finish of mild bitterness. Great with a curry, Bengal Lancer cuts through to refresh the palate and add its own gentle touch of spice.

Black Cab 4.2

A dark complex stout

Tasting Notes: Black Cab pours a near jet-black colour with hints of coffee, chocolate and roasted malts on the nose. Dark in the glass, it’s lighter on the palate - with red berry notes and mild hops meeting chocolatey, malty character on the way to a delicious dry finish.

Black Cab 4.2

A dark complex stout

Tasting Notes: Black Cab pours a near jet-black colour with hints of coffee, chocolate and roasted malts on the nose. Dark in the glass, it’s lighter on the palate - with red berry notes and mild hops meeting chocolatey, malty character on the way to a delicious dry finish.

Black Cab 4.5

A dark complex stout

Tasting Notes: Black Cab pours a near jet-black colour with hints of coffee, chocolate and roasted malts on the nose. Dark in the glass, it’s lighter on the palate - with red berry notes and mild hops meeting chocolatey, malty character on the way to a delicious dry finish.

Brewer's Reserve No. 5 7.7

Brewer's Reserve No. 1

Tasting Notes: Complex and distinctive, this rich amber ale balances hoppy bitterness and tangy marmalade fruit. Brewed to 7.7% ABV, it’s infused with subtle whisky flavours and characteristics absorbed from the cask, with the palate rounded off by smoky vanilla notes.

Brit Hop 4.1

Flowery ale brewed with eight English hops

Tasting Notes: Light tawny in colour, Brit Hop hits spicy, peppery high notes  with hints of rich gooseberry and vine fruit amid the hoppy, flowery character. The unique combination of the eight different hops sees the beer chart a course towards a full-flavoured finish, fading out to a soft, sweet aftertaste.

Chiswick Bitter 3.5

Award-winning sessionable ale

Tasting Notes: Extra hops added to the cask give Chiswick Bitter a distinctive hoppy aroma and a lasting bitterness in the finish. There’s crispness on the palate while notes of biscuity malt perfectly complement the hops. Brewed to a low ABV, Chiswick Bitter is the ideal companion to lunchtime dishes.

Chiswick Bitter 3.5

Award-winning sessionable ale

Tasting Notes: Extra hops added to the cask give Chiswick Bitter a distinctive hoppy aroma and a lasting bitterness in the finish. There’s crispness on the palate while notes of biscuity malt perfectly complement the hops. Brewed to a low ABV, Chiswick Bitter is the ideal companion to lunchtime dishes.

Discovery 3.9

Discovery is the first new year-round beer launched by Fuller’s since the 1980s. It was a response to the increasing popularity of lighter golden ales, Discovery boasts the perfect combination of flavour and refreshment.

Tasting Notes: This delicious, premium blonde ale from Fuller’s is the perfect combination of unbeatable flavour and refreshment. Brewed using a unique blend of malted barley and wheat for a delicious malty taste bursting with rich, biscuity flavours, Liberty hops are then added for a distinctive zesty character and fruity bite, whilst Saaz hops add a gentle bitter taste for a clean, refreshing finish.

ESB 5.5

Our extra-special Bitter

Tasting Notes: Rich mahogany in colour, ESB tempts with aromas of orange marmalade, balanced by soft malt toffee. The hops impart grassy, peppery notes alongside hints of citrus fruit – while the Pale Ale and Crystal malts bring distinctive biscuity flavours. A smooth, delicate bitterness lingers on the palate to give a supreme finish.

ESB 5.9

Our extra-special Bitter

Tasting Notes: Rich mahogany in colour, ESB tempts with aromas of orange marmalade, balanced by soft malt toffee. The hops impart grassy, peppery notes alongside hints of citrus fruit – while the Pale Ale and Crystal malts bring distinctive biscuity flavours. A smooth, delicate bitterness lingers on the palate to give a supreme finish.

Firecracker 4.8

A winter ale brewed with spices

Tasting Notes: A deliciously different pint, Firecracker is the first Gales beer to be brewed with real spices.

Fools Gold 4

A delicate golden beer with tropical notes

Tasting Notes: After discovering a new British hop variety known as Jester, it seemed only right to have a little fun with it. Our chief brewers did just that - holding court and coming up with Fool’s Gold. Conjuring a glittering array of tropical and citrus notes, it’s a refreshing, sessionable beer - which, contrary to its name, is very much the real deal.

Front Row 3.7

Our seasonal Six Nations Ale

Tasting Notes: Pale amber with a subtle floral aroma, Front Row scores with a malty, biscuity character reminiscent of London Pride. Beautifully balanced by flowery hops, the beer hints at fruity, grassy flavours before heading over the posts with a fresh, satisfying finish.

Frontier 4.5

New wave craft lager

Tasting Notes: Frontier pours a bright golden colour and immediately offers up delicious fruit flavours – delivering distinctive notes of citrus, passion fruit and melon. With a sherbet-like tingle on the tongue, this light, spritzy brew refreshes the palate to leave a final, lingering note of biscuit.

Golden Pride 8.5

An exquisite superior strength ale

Tasting Notes: Rich, malty aromas lead to a similarly styled palate, with sweet and bitter flavours expressed in good balance. There’s sweet orange oil, toasted grain and spicy fruit cake flavours on the tongue, and an intense, lasting finish.

Honey Dew 5.0

Organic Honey Dew is the UK’s best selling organic beer.

Tasting Notes: Light and golden with a zesty edge and a bitter-sweet flavour, Honey Dew is a naturally palatable brew that is Soil Association approved. Served chilled, Organic Honey Dew offers both refreshment and an unbeatable taste. The real organic honey in the brew gives a gentle sweetness that appeals to a wide range of people, even those who perhaps wouldn''t usually drink beer, making it a very popular choice!

HSB 4.8

A smooth, balanced English bitter

Tasting Notes: Brewed with the finest malt and hops, HSB imparts the rich, soft-fruit flavours of traditional Dundee cake. It’s a tawny, russet coloured beer, with malt and raisin on the nose – and a gentle sweetness that lingers long into the silky smooth finish.

HSB 4.8

A smooth, balanced English bitter

Tasting Notes: Brewed with the finest malt and hops, HSB imparts the rich, soft-fruit flavours of traditional Dundee cake. It’s a tawny, russet coloured beer, with malt and raisin on the nose – and a gentle sweetness that lingers long into the silky smooth finish.

Imperial Stout 10.7

A classic 18th century stout

Tasting Notes: Rich, dark and special, Imperial Stout delivers roasted dark chocolate notes against a slightly fruity acidity. Sovereign and Centennial hops, meanwhile, bring floral flavour, enhanced by dried rose buds that hint at Turkish delight. There’s a taste of liquorice there too, ahead of a lasting finish with fairly high bitterness.

IPA 5.3

Crisp refreshing Indian Pale Ale

Tasting Notes: Deep gold in colour, Fuller’s IPA opens with satisfying, earthy aromas, while the palate yields intense hoppy bitterness and refreshingly crisp notes of orange and spice. Classic flavours for a classic beer.

IPA 5.3

Crisp refreshing Indian Pale Ale

Tasting Notes: Deep gold in colour, Fuller’s IPA opens with satisfying, earthy aromas, while the palate yields intense hoppy bitterness and refreshingly crisp notes of orange and spice. Classic flavours for a classic beer.

Jack Frost 4.5

A winter ale brewed with blackberries

Tasting Notes: Brewed with Crystal malt and a dash of blackberries, Jack Frost nips at the nose with a faintly fruity aroma. There are toasted notes, too, from the darker malts while dried-fruit flavours and a hint of brown sugar linger warmly on the palate. Enjoy it with classic winter dishes such as pies, stews and roast meats.

Jack Frost 4.5

A winter ale brewed with blackberries

Tasting Notes: Brewed with Crystal malt and a dash of blackberries, Jack Frost nips at the nose with a faintly fruity aroma. There are toasted notes, too, from the darker malts while dried-fruit flavours and a hint of brown sugar linger warmly on the palate. Enjoy it with classic winter dishes such as pies, stews and roast meats.

London Porter 5.4

A modern take on the 19th-century porter style, Fuller’s rich, chocolatey London Porter recaptures the brooding beauty of pre-Victorian London. It’s evocative of simpler times but it’s a wonderfully complex pint.

Tasting Notes: The blend of Brown, Crystal and Chocolate malts provide earthy character and creamy delivery, while hints of coffee and chocolate carry through onto the tongue. The range of flavours works well with a wide variety of foods, from rich meat dishes to chocolate puddings.

London Pride 4.1

In recent years its popularity has grown to the extent that it is now Britain’s leading premium ale: a welcome fixture in many pubs and off licences around the country, and now winning new friends abroad.

Tasting Notes: Known and loved for its distinctive, rounded flavour, London Pride is the award-winning beer for which Fuller’s is most famous. To the beer aficionado looking for the classic English pint, we say this: Whatever you do, take Pride.

London Pride Unfiltered 4.1

A bold, contemporary and timeless interpretation of an iconic cask ale, brewed true to London Pride’s original recipe. London Pride Unfiltered is dry hopped for added character, served cold for added refreshment and unfiltered for added flavour.

Tasting Notes: A harmonious balance of malty sweetness and clean bitterness, with a clean, crisp taste and creamy head. Brewed with Northdown and challenger hops for aroma, and dry hopped with target for added character. Fuller’s yeast creates orange and toffee notes. The unfiltered nature of the beer locks in the flavour, giving it a slight haze.

Montana Red Rye Ale 4.5

Montana - known the world over for its wild, natural beauty. A place where rugged earth forges mountain peaks and waterfalls, and where all manner of flora and fauna thrive. The perfect namesake then, for this naturally beautiful beer.

Tasting Notes: Pouring a red colour, Montana Red opens with fresh aromas of grapefruit and blackcurrant. On the palate, seasonal Autumn flavours sweep through from the rye crystal, while the Galaxy hops bring scene-stealing sweet and citrusy passionfruit. It’s all set against a backdrop of malty, warm, bready notes, giving rise to a beer of deep and distinct flavour.

Oliver's Island 3.8

A glorious gold colour, Oliver’s Island sets off with delicate floral and citrus aromas from those hard-working hops.

Tasting Notes: On the palate, there’s distinctive biscuity, grapefruit flavour, tropical notes and refreshing zesty qualities, before the beer draws towards the line with a crisp, malty finish.

Red Fox 4.3

First seen in autumn 1999, Fuller’s Red Fox is back on the bars this year with that same rich, red ruby colour and toasted oats flavour that make it the perfect pint for the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness.

Tasting Notes: Tawny in colour with a lasting, medium, off-white head of lacy bubbles, Red Fox features a little yeast and forest fruit on the nose and offers a taste of biscuit and caramel with the tang of blackberry, toast and marmalade in the finish.

Redwood 4

A rich red ale for spring time

Tasting Notes: Brewed with pale ale and Imperial malts, Gales Redwood is a forest of biscuity, malty flavour - while sweeter bready notes and deep red colour come from the addition of rye crystal. Pride of Ringwood and Galaxy hops bring lighter flavours like passion fruit and citrus to the palate, before that gently spiced finish.

Seafarers 3.6

Light refreshing English bitter

Tasting Notes: Faintly fruity on the nose, this light amber beer sails a steady course through well-developed malt character towards a satisfying, hoppy finish. The Gales yeast brings out soft fruit flavours, while the hops impart a zesty, spicy quality to the brew.

Southern Star 4.0

Southern Star is a golden spring ale inspired by the land down under. The particular star in question is the Australian ‘Ella’ hop - bringing its luscious tropical touch to a Fuller’s ale for the first time.

Tasting Notes: 

Spring Sprinter 4.0

A light zesty spring ale

Tasting Notes: Brewed to 4% ABV, Spring Sprinter is refreshing to the palate and bursting with zesty hop flavours that pick out citrus and gooseberry.  English malts provide the balance, with distinctive biscuity sweetness coming through - before the beer races to a short, sharp finish.

Wild River 4.5

Wild River is a double hopped pale ale that uses some of the finest American hops available such as Liberty, Willamette, Cascade and Chinook.

Tasting Notes: he hops have been fully infused into the beer to deliver an instant zesty grapefruit flavour. The malt brings a balancing fullness to the hops but the pleasant hop bitterness leaves a wonderful linger on the palate.

Are you sure you want to delete this image?