FULLER'S 1845

TASTING NOTES:
Rich honey and malt aroma off a very fluffy light tan head. A reddish brown full-bodied pour, 1845 is sweet, malty, and very smooth. It clings to the glass for dear life, and finishes with a nice bittering hop that is well balanced and very pleasing. Because of the bottle conditioning, I get some yeasty notes, but also some citrus, dark fruit, chocolate and toffee. Very nice! Tasted @ 60F.






COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION:



Founded in 1845, Fuller, Smith and Turner Brewing created 1845 in 1995 to celebrate the brewery's 150th year, with Prince Charles adding the hops to the first batch.

This beer is a throw-back to the middle of the 19th Century, conditioned for 2 weeks before filtering, re-pitched with fresh yeast, and bottled.

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