A dark, complex stout
All hail Black Cab
Brewed with the knowledge of London’s oldest family brewer, Fuller’s Black Cab is a rich, dark stout that transports you to a time gone by. London was famous for stouts in the 19th century - and we’re on a journey to make that the case again.
Black Cab can be discovered throughout our estate of unique and contemporary pubs - find your new local.
We export our beers to more than 60 countries worldwide, meaning your favourite bottle, cask or keg is never far away.
From your local supermarket to your favourite off-licence, you can find our canned and bottled beers to enjoy at home.
A pick-me-up pint
Inspired by tradition, Black Cab revives one of London’s oldest beer styles while celebrating another of the capital’s great icons. Black cabs are everywhere in London but this one is special; a deliciously complex brew that ranks as one of the world’s finest stouts.
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.
Cape Town Festival of Beer Best Dark Beer, 2016
Raise a glass
When you’re making a stout as rich and complex as Black Cab, you don’t skimp on the malts. Our brewers use five different types, some of which are heavily roasted to give the beer its distinctive dark appearance.
Chocolate tart and the chocolate notes of Black Cab - total indulgence.
Chocolate tart: Chocolate, coffee, roasted and burnt biscuit character of the beer perfectly mirror and complement the chocolate of the dessert. The sweet red berry notes will contrast the bitter chocolate, and there's a long and dry finish where you'll again enjoy coffee notes and a mild bitterness.
The three Cs method was used to match our food - compliment, cut through and contrast. To find out more click here.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Caragold, Crystal, Imperial Malt, Pale
- Hops: Fuggles, Goldings
A strong favourite, back by demand
A dark past isn’t always a bad thing. Back in 1910, dark, rich stouts were at the peak of their popularity, and there’s many a brewer and a beer lover who yearn for those days again. So, we’ve delved into our famous recipe books to bring back 1910 Double Stout - a shining beacon of British brewing.
Something completely different
Ride the rapids of Wild River
Riding the wave of the US craft beer movement, Wild River is an exciting take on American Pale Ale. It’s a double-hopped brew made with several Californian hops – a golden beer inspired by The Golden State.