Brewed by Fuller's
Style: Golden Ale/Blond Ale
Chiswick, England


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A light golden beer with a zesty edge and a hint of honey sweetness, Organic Honey Dew is a naturally palatable brew that finds popularity among lager drinkers as well as ale fans. It’s a popular misconception that only the honey is organic, but in fact the beer is brewed with entirely organic ingredients. It uses organic honey imported from Brazil, plus organic English malt and hops including the First Gold hop variety.

Organic Honey Dew is available in pasteurised bottles and kegs all year round, with a strength of 5% ABV.

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unclemattie (4406) - Georgia, USA - JUN 30, 2011
50 cL bottle. Golden color, white head. Aroma of orange blossoms and dough. Nice malted scent. Flavor of bread dough and some orange zest. Mild bitterness and a soft sweetness. This is a great starter beer for someone wanting to explore. Heavy carbonation from the bottle is a touch harsh, would be much nicer from cask conditioning. 5,4,7,3,13

rosenbergh (11799) - Tampere, FINLAND - JUN 20, 2011
Draught at the Fuller’s Griffin Brewery, London, England.
Clear golden colour with small white head. Aroma is mild floral hops and sweet honey. Flavour is sweet honey and biscuit with slightly bitter finish.

The Etruscan (704) - Tuscany, ITALY - JUN 19, 2011
White weak head. Deep golden colour. Aroma is malty with grainy and light honey and caramelized notes. Flavor is malty with fruity and honey tones, ending in a sweet prolongued finish. Light bodied.

ComradeK (1259) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JUN 13, 2011
500ml bottle. Pours a slightly hazy pale gold, with a large but rapidly fading white head, which doesn’t really leave much behind by way of lacing. Light tropical notes mingle with honey on the nose. Mild floral hops are tempered by smooth honey up front, with a very light malt body and a touch of grassy hops in the finish. It’s pleasant enough stuff, but not exciting by any standards.

tennessejed420 (940) - Denver, Colorado, USA - JUN 2, 2011
bottle. Pours a slightly hazy orange with finger of off white, frothy head. Malty aroma of biscuit and caramel, fresh honey, and soft fruity tones, apricot. Medium bodied flavor, with notes of honey, butter, and biscuit, not as much fruit as I imagined. Overall every beer by fullers I’ve had has been outstanding, but quite rich and complex, so I was interested to see what their take on a lighter style would be. They seem to have done it quite well.

Kronebryg (1123) - Sorgenfri, DENMARK - JUN 1, 2011
Light non lasting head, yellow and clear. Nose is sweet, yeasty, pilsner malt. Medium body medium length. Light taste with sweetnes, elderly flowers, light lemon, vanilla and banana.

BeerCast_Rich (1906) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 31, 2011
[500ml bottle] Sharp golden pour with a bubbly short-lived head. Sweet honey aromas with some sweet malt – no hop in evidence on the nose. Some honey on the taste – but mostly sweet fruity malt. I found more honey in evidence on the nose. When served cool it’s refreshing and quite summery – another decent bottled ale from Fullers [15092007]

Frothmeister (829) - Ontario, CANADA - MAY 30, 2011
500ml bottle. Pours a clear brown/orange with a white head. Aroma is faint, but what is present are honey, malt, grass, and sweet floral notes. Surprisingly flavourful for such light aromas. Malty, with a little honey sweetness, vanilla, and some caramel in the malty bitter finish. Fullers has to be the best mass producer of beer that I’ve tried. Another solid brew.

Spab (4081) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 29, 2011
500 ml bottle from LCBO. Pours a clear golden colour with decent-sized white head. Aroma is biscuit and honey with a light floral essence. Flavour is sweet honey, biscuit and a lightly bitter finish. Mouthfeel is on the thick side, somewhat creamy. Nothing too magical but good.

BobbyAnalog (334) - San Diego, California, USA - MAY 23, 2011
It has a light body with a buoyant fizz, while burnt sugar steamrolls the senses. Not one of Fuller’s better brews, this particular beer, even with its telling honey moniker, is a little too syrupy and candy-laced for its own good. Might be good with a dollop of French vanilla ice cream, otherwise this saccharine ale puts up a goose egg in the memorable department.

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