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Sunday, April 1st, 2007


Categories: [ Beer/Fuller's ]


“…first brewed in 1995 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of Fuller, Smith and Turner.

Bottle conditioning, where a small amount of yeast is allowed to ferment gently in the bottle, gives 1845 the fresh, natural flavour of real ale. A blend of amber malt and Golding hops result in a fruit cake aroma, full bodied malt and dry hoppy finish.”

Sweet, with a strong taste of I'm-not-sure-what-exactly, and only slightly bitter. Made of malted barley.

Fuller, Smith & Turner, London, England. 6.3% alcohol.

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