The year’s best beer
The 2009 vintage was, as ever, well received by the Fuller’s faithful - and it drew plaudits from further afield too. It was voted ‘Best New Release of 2009’ by the World Beer Awards’ judging panel.
The aroma of the 2009 Vintage Ale picks out orange notes and rich marzipan character. On the palate, it’s full and well rounded, showing some ‘sherryfication’ and slight caramelised notes - but the warming alcohol finish is still highly prominent.
Beers of the World Magazine World Beer Awards, 2009
The ultimate beer for a decadent dessert
Golen amber in colour with aromas and flavours of nuts, toffee, caramel and fruit (particularly orange). Its full body will match the dense texture of the pudding with the beers' sweetness complementing the toffee and the overall sweetness in the dessert.
- Ale Yeast
- Malts: Crystal, Pale
- Hops: Challenger, Denall, Fuggles, Goldings, Northdown, Organic First Gold, Target
Share in the joy of Golden Pride
Everybody loves a pint but good things come in smaller measures too. Golden Pride is a premium, superior-strength bottled ale, bursting with flavours of sweet orange oil and toasted grains. At 8.5% ABV, it’s to be savoured like a fine wine.
Something completely different
Find natural beauty in Organic Honey Dew
The UK’s best-selling organic beer, Fuller’s Organic Honey Dew buzzes with a zesty edge and subtle sweetness. Approved by the Soil Association, it’s a thing of natural beauty – pure, golden sunshine in a glass.