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Brewed by Fuller’s
Style: Premium Bitter/ESB
London, England
Serve in English pint

bottled
common

on tap
common

Broad Distribution

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RATINGS: 2276   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.39/5   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Pasteurised bottle, can and keg (4.1% in the UK, 4,7% for export).
Outstanding Premium Ale.
"London Pride is a smooth and astonishingly complex beer, which has a distinctive malty base complemented by a rich balance of well developed hop flavours from the Target, Challenger and Northdown varieties in the brew."
Michael Jackson 500 Classic Brews

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2.8
Quevillon (3104) - Boisbriand, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 26, 2006
Belle couleur, mais sa saveur est un peu fade et amère, peut-être un mauvais bach!?

4.1
PorterCall (44) - (Formerly UK), DENMARK - JAN 19, 2006
One of the best British ales available, no doubt. Brown amber in colour, nice creamy head, moderate hops and malt, easily drinkable. One of the best session ales out there. Agree with other comments that it is better from a cask. Hats off to Fullers.

3.5
dhshool (22) - Richmond, Illinois, USA - JAN 15, 2006
Bottle from Beers Around The World Kit (Christmas Gift). Pours amber colored with big, thick off-white head. This beer is very clear. Head subsided to 1/2" after about a minute with some spotty lacing. Smell is hoppy, though not overwhelmingly so. Taste is mostly caramel and malt, with a bit of hop and citrus flavor thrown in. Caramel aftertaste subsides quickly. All combine for a surprisingly smooth beer. Although I am mostly a pilsner and paler beer drinker, I found this beer very drinkable and enjoyed the complexities of the flavor.

3.2
Sigmund (7608) - Tau, NORWAY - JAN 13, 2006
500 ml bottle, at Cardinal, Stavanger. Served too cold. Brown / deep amber colour, decent head. Very moderate aroma, some malts and caramel, hints of old furniture. Malty flavour with tolerable hops, not sweet. Drinkable, but the cask conditioned version (from a WELL KEPT cask!) is definitely better than this!

3.9
ChrisG (31) - Secunda, SOUTH AFRICA - JAN 13, 2006
Had this after a game drive in 41 deg. C heat. Didn’t care to notice the head, the flavour or anything else. But it sure tasted like heaven. I may be biased on this one account, so I’ll re-rate when I get hold of another one in more normal circumstances.

3.2
beervana (781) - Libertyville, Illinois, USA - JAN 11, 2006
(12.31.05) One pint, 0.9 fl oz brown bottle purchased from DiCarlo’s, Mundelein IL. Clear amber ale having a small diminishing head with spare lacing. Soft carbonation. Very faint sweet malt aroma. Medium bodied that starts dry with light malt sweetness and toffee and hop flavor. Finishes dry. A decent session beer.

3.9
drpimento (3669) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - JAN 4, 2006
Nice, thick, creamy, full head. Old copper color. Malty, some hop bite. This is infinitely better from a cask and finitely better from a fresh keg. Had this 2 nights ago from a bottle at Bodega downtown La Crosse.

3.4
stouby (4670) - Holbæk, DENMARK - DEC 26, 2005
Bottle, at home (040205). Dark brown. Aroma moderate malty and hoppy. Flavor moderate sweet and bitter, smooth.

1.7
pals (17) - DENMARK - DEC 23, 2005
Cant taste anything else than a harsh bitterness, i wanted to throw the contents down the drain, but you dont waste beer like that, so now i know this particular ESB is not for me.

5
blackburn99 (7) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - DEC 22, 2005 does not count
A truly tremendous beer !!!! Probably the smoothest beer I have ever drunk. It’s light enough to want to drink it all night long. The best English beer i have ever had !! Cheers !!!!


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