Fuller's bottles Black Cab stout

28 February, 2012

Fuller’s has bottled its Black Cab stout and will be releasing it to supermarkets next month.

The brew has 4.5% abv with red berry notes, toasty aromas on the nose and a dry and bitter finish, according to the brewery.

Head brewer John Keeling said: “Black Cab is the first stout I’ve brewed at Fuller’s for a long time, and I was very pleased with the reaction we got when it went into pubs late last year.

“By putting it into bottles, we’re giving lots more people the chance to try this terrific ale. The matt black label is very striking and looks great on shelf so I’m hoping customers won’t spend too long navigating the beer aisle before picking up a bottle.”




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