Fuller's 1845 Celebration Ale 50cl 6.3°
The date of minimum durability of these beers is June 1, 2020. It is only indicative. The law authorizes sale with an outdated MDD. This is not an offense. Rather than being thrown away, we therefore wish to offer you these products at a reduced price.
The 1845 Celebration Beer was specially commissioned by Fuller's to celebrate the brewery's 150th anniversary in 1995.
It is a beer with very rich aromas that has been popular at many trade shows around the world. Its particular conditioning allows it to have a taste as if it came directly out of the barrel. A tiny residue of yeast ferments in the bottle allows a development of character and a depth of flavour over time.
To ensure its reputation, the 1845 Celebration Beer matures for at least 100 days before it goes on sale. It is during this time that the rich and fruity characteristics of the beer are enhanced and the malt flavours create a balanced Ale. While tasting it, one understands better why this beer is the most sold ale of the United Kingdom.
The Fuller’s Brewery has been established more than 350 years ago. It is located in Chiswick, in west London.
In 1829, as the owners were in financial trouble, they asked for the help of a new investor, John Fuller. The partnership appeared to be arduous without the help of a master brewer and in 1845, John Bird Fuller, John Fuller’s son, associated with Henry Smith and Master Brewer John Butler to form Fuller Smith & Turner, the company which is still in place today.
Throughout the years, the company established its reputation as a great brewery and pub manager. Indeed, this is the only British brewery awarded the “Champion Beer of Britain” title for three beers: London Pride, ESB and Chiswick Bitter.
In 2005, the brewery owned more than 360 pubs in total.