A smooth and refreshing golden ale
Go with the flow Oliver’s Island
The latest Fuller’s ale to make its bow, Oliver’s Island is a crisp, thirst quenching beer that draws inspiration from a local landmark. Every day, rowers glide serenely past the Griffin Brewery towards the island in the Thames - reminding us just what can be achieved by pulling together…
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Working in harmony
A real celebration of teamwork, Oliver’s Island sees a unique blend of golden malt, orange peel and floral and citrus hops come together in perfect harmony. It’s brewed to 3.8% ABV, making it the perfect pint to enjoy with your crew - and just like the rowers who inspired it, it’s a beer that glides down smoothly.
A glorious gold colour, Oliver’s Island sets off with delicate floral and citrus aromas from those hard-working hops. On the palate, there’s distinctive biscuity, grapefruit flavour, tropical notes and refreshing zesty qualities, before the beer draws towards the line with a crisp, malty finish.
International Beer Challenge 2016 Bronze, 2016
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Launched in 2015, Oliver’s Island is the first permanent addition to the Fuller’s crew of cask ales in 7 years
Bring some citrus to salmon with a trip to Oliver's Island
Loch Duart salmon: The zesty citrus and floral notes of the beer will complement the salmon and lighten the strong flavour of the fish. A firm bitterness and prickly carbonation will cut through any oiliness and reset the palate.
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, Pale, Oats (Flaked), Oats (Golden Naked)
- Hops: Goldings, Jester, Liberty
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