Fuller’s

Golden Pride

8,5% vol

“Gran Cru” Strong Ale from Fuller’s portfolio, to be enjoyed slowly. This is an amber beer with a full-bodied taste: the first version was produced in 1967 and marketed as a barley wine. It had an alcohol content of 9%, but over time it lost this classification and the alcohol content dropped to its current 8.5%. On the palate it still reveals its past as a barley wine, with a liqueur-like, sweet, alcoholic aftertaste. Michael Jackson called it “the Cognac of beers”.

Format

Bottle

33 cl ow

Keg

16 L

Type

Strong Ale

Color

Amber

Taste

Spicy, primarily hoppy

Pairing

Mature cheese, eggs,
hearty dishes

Ingredients

Barley malt, hops

Dettagli

Origin

England

Fermentation

High

Saccharometric gradation

19.80% weight

IBU

40

Serving temperature

6-8° C

Expiry

  • Bottle: 18 months
  • Keg: 12 months

History

Today, Fuller’s brewery is the last remaining family-run London brewery. For over 160 years, Fuller’s brewery has been located in Chiswick, where it produces the best-selling Premium Ales in London: London Pride, Golden Pride, India Pale Ale and London Porter, a classic English Porter.