A winter ale brewed with blackberries
Warm to a pint of Jack Frost
A malty, warming ale to melt away your winter blues, Fuller’s Jack Frost is the ideal companion for the season of sanctuary. Take refuge in the pub with this brilliantly robust brew, full of fruity flavour.
Winter of contentment
If anything signals the start of winter, it’s the first sighting of Jack Frost at the pumps.
The popular seasonal spreads across the nation during the colder months, giving you yet another reason to seek shelter in your local.
Brewed with Crystal malt and a dash of blackberries, Jack Frost nips at the nose with a faintly fruity aroma.
There are toasted notes, too, from the darker malts while dried-fruit flavours and a hint of brown sugar linger warmly on the palate. Enjoy it with classic winter dishes such as pies, stews and roast meats.
International Beer Competition Silver, 2004
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Jack Frost is brewed with high malt content for a fullness of flavour that makes the ideal winter warmer. It continues to melt the hearts of all who sink a pint.
Let Jack Frost bring out the best in your beef
A chestnut coloured beer with aromas of caramel, blackberries, nuts and some spice. Similar on the palate where there's also a gentle tartness.
Its sweet flavour and character complement the robust flavour of the beef and gravy.
The three Cs method was used to match our food - compliment, cut through and contrast. To find out more click here.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Crystal, Pale
- Hops: Goldings, Northdown
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