The Original Unfiltered
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
Beautifully crafted, bold and iconic
Unfiltered and unpasteurised, for a natural flavour with a hazy appearance; London Pride Unfiltered is a premium 4.1% beer served colder at 4-6°. London Pride Unfiltered is brewed in the same way as London Pride cask, keeping true to the original recipe from 65 years ago. Unlike other beers it is unfiltered…ensuring a beer that is as flavoursome and as natural as possible.
A harmonious balance of malty sweetness and clean bitterness, with a clean, crisp taste and creamy head. Brewed with Northdown and challenger hops for aroma, and dry hopped with target for added character. Fuller’s yeast creates orange and toffee notes. The unfiltered nature of the beer locks in the flavour, giving it a slight haze.
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Unfiltered isn’t just a process, it’s an attitude, rooted in contemporary London; a way of life that’s bold iconic and gives you more – just like our beer.
London Pride and roast chicken is a perfect marriage of flavours.
Roast chicken: Caramel notes of the beer perfectly complement the caramelised skin of the chicken.
There's enough bitterness to cut through the meat, potatoes and gravy and cleanse the palate, but won't overwhelm the harmonious caramel-to-caramel match.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Chocolate, Crystal, Pale
- Hops: Challenger, Goldings, Northdown, Target
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A strong favourite, back by demand
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