Ronaldodv (16) - Santo Domingo, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - DEC 16, 2017
Cask; Regular. Ingredients: Pale malt; Target, Challenger and Northdown hops. CAMRA Supreme Champion Beer Of The Year 1979. London Pride is best known for its exceptional balance of malt and hops, giving rise to well-rounded flavour. In the UK, draught London Pride is brewed to 4.1% ABV (cask and keg), while in bottles it has a strength of 4.7% ABV. NOTE: Most Fuller’s beer in the US is served by handpump kegs (at 4.7%), not casks. Ask your server.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone p0urmeac0ld0ne (413) - Merthyr Tydfil, WALES - DEC 8, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 8, 2017 Review from memory. London Pride was one of the beers that I would often drink when I first got into ale and real beer. My review notes at the time indicate however: “often a ‘bad’ pint in certain pubs”. Can’t remember what that is about, but it’s probably aimed at Wetherspoons ;) Holmen2 (4309) - NORWAY - NOV 29, 2017
From cask at Bank, Manchester, 29.11.17. Dark golden. Dense and persistent head and lacing. Aroma and taste of pale malt, hints of caramel and nuts. Medium low bitterness. Good quaffability. deepdrinker (369) - Leeds, ENGLAND - NOV 26, 2017
UPDATED: DEC 6, 2017 Pale amber colour , white head that laces well. caramel , biscuit aroma . quality taste rami_pl (4816) - Warszawa, POLAND - NOV 23, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking a London Pride (2016) by Fuller, Smith & Turner at Kufle i Kapsle
Zboze. Zboze. Zboze. Herbatniki. Ziolowotrawiaste ciut. Nudna Anglia, ale ponoc badga za to dajo?
JoTheO (268) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - SEP 15, 2017
Pint at Flying Horse, Gatwick airport. Copper, slightly offwhite head. Soft carbonation. Somehow this represents all the things I want in a British pint with my Fish&Chips. Malty sweet and fruity aroma. Mild hops and biscuits in the taste. It's a good quality beer, but it is a bit streamlined to achieve higher drinkability. 77ships (11482) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - SEP 11, 2017
(2017 London) ½ Pint Cask @ Doggett’s Coat & Badge. Near clear amber, off-white head, nice lacing. Nose is buttery wet soggy grains, cereal, toffee, caramel. Taste is butter, sunflowers, soggy grains, oily cereal, grain, almost raw wort. Body is thick soggy grains, cereal, toffee butter. Not bad but definitely not a wow like hoped, might be not optimal but I don’t dare judge cask quality due to my lack of knowledge. Malrider69 (179) - Central Coast, AUSTRALIA - SEP 10, 2017
On the hand pump at The Duck Inn, Chippendale. Pours a straw colour with a very thick white head. Very malty aroma and the beer has a complex malty backbone with mild bitterness that is moderately lasting on the palate. Overall a very good quality session beer. Wixie (694) - BELGIUM - AUG 6, 2017
Clear dark golden liquid, average head. Average strength aroma of yeast. Medium body, no carbonation. Taste is bitter and weak. RasiakSnaps (6) - Great Torrington, Devon, ENGLAND - JUL 25, 2017 does not count
Probably the first real ale that truly impressed me, and my go-to choice when I’m feeling like a traditional pint of bitter.
London Pride is a gorgeous golden amber in appearance, with a feint off white head. It’s incredibly smooth for a beer of such complex taste; hops mingle wonderfully with a malt backbone, creating an exceptional pint.