Fuller's London Pride Unfiltered

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Brewed by Fuller's
Style: Bitter
Chiswick, England
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 24   MEAN: 3.32/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.26/5   EST. CALORIES: 123   ABV: 4.1%
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A bold, contemporary and timeless interpretation of our iconic cask ale, brewed true to London Pride’s original recipe

When it comes to crafting great flavour, we’ve been doing it for generations, not just the past few years. London Pride Unfiltered is the new beer from Fuller’s; dry hopped for added character, served cold for added refreshment and unfiltered for added flavour

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3.4
klm1 (1891) - Bled/SF, - NOV 19, 2017
[email protected]: pours slightly hazy golden with foamy white head. Biscuity, crisp malt flavor, grassy, earthy, floral, citrusy hop profile. Medium bitterness, ligjt to medium bodied, moderate carbonation, smooth texture.

3.6
Marduk (8493) - Reval, ESTONIA - NOV 15, 2017
Tap (OlutExpo 2017). Cloudy golden color. Medium size, beige head, stays. Grainy, citrus, malty, some paper in aroma. Citrus, grainy, malty, nice citrusy hops in taste. Slightly dry mouthfeel. Nice grains and mellow bitter hops in aftertaste. Lovely hops! Very solid brew.

3.5
Kavu (5150) - Helsinki, FINLAND - NOV 15, 2017
A small taste from a friend (tap) @ One Pint Pub. Pours slightly cloudy amber with a medium head. Aroma is sweet slightly fruity malts. Flavor is sweet fruity malts with some hops. Soft and creamy. Good.

3.2
kwik-lime (2059) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 13, 2017
UPDATED: NOV 13, 2017 Keg at the White House in Guildford. Served a bit too cold really. Decent bitter, a little more citrusey than the original and didn't really get the same rich malt character, but it's fine.

2.6
TBone (18314) - Pori, FINLAND - NOV 11, 2017
Tap at One Pint Pub. Amber colour, small white head. A but rustic grassy, pale malty aroma. Light-bodied. Grassy, a bit fizzy, mentholy flavour. Earthy, pale malty. Meh.

3.4
mjs (7725) - Helsinki, FINLAND - NOV 10, 2017
(Keg at Black Door, 20171110) The beer poured amber and lightly hazy. Its head was medium sized and white. Aroma had toffee, earth and malts. Palate was medium bodied with medium carbonation. Flavours were malts, toffee, earth and bitterness. Aftertaste was earthy, malty and bitter. A nice clean bitter with clear hop bite.

3.2
BeardedAvenger (1182) - Addlestone, Surrey, ENGLAND - NOV 7, 2017
Keg at the Wellington Hotel, Waterloo. Nil aroma. An opaque amber/brown. Thin white head. Not only did they not filter it but they also left the old dish water in the bowl. Marred by the fact that it's served so cold. Burnt caramel sweetness. But I'm struggling to pick much up. Light bodied. Slick. Soft carbonation. Abrupt finish. Just bland, especially compared to the original. Slips down but into a nothingness. A generous 3.2,

3
massingasetta (780) - München, GERMANY - NOV 6, 2017
UK unfiltered beers are not quite what you expect when you have tried some off the mainland Europe, Nevertheless this is a decent beer that is a good pint variant for the tasting tongue. I initially thought from the colour that it was a normal London pride, but the taste is distinct enough.

3.4
Finn (8253) - Tromsø, NORWAY - NOV 4, 2017
Fra fat i Craft Beer Bar på Oktoberfest i Basingstoke 14 Okt 17. Mørk varm gylden. Lavt tett skum. Aroma av kjeks & nøtter. Smaken lett fersken. Balansert. Behagelig tørr ettersmak.

3.6
Hermod (8415) - Vantaa, FINLAND - OCT 27, 2017
Draught @ Olutexpo 2017.
Poured golden color with a thin white head.
Malty, grainy, hay notes.
Malty, grainy, mild fruity. Awesome drinkability.


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