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Fullers ESB = equals a pint of AWESOME

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    Fullers ESB = equals a pint of AWESOME

    As quoted from the Fullers website... "ESB was launched into the Fuller's family in 1971, as a winter brew to replace a beer named Old Burton Extra. The potential of the beer was soon realised and ESB was installed as a permanent fixture, creating an immediate impact.
    Not only was it one of the strongest regularly brewed draught beers in the country (at 5.5% ABV), it was also one of the tastiest, and as the awareness of the beer grew, so did its popularity. ESB's reputation was soon enhanced after being named CAMRA's (Campaign for Real Ale) Beer of the Year in 1978, and the beer has not stopped winning since!
    With three CAMRA Beer of the Year awards, two World Champion Beer awards, and numerous other gold medals to speak of, ESB is, quite simply, the Champion Ale".

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    Probably a little bit better than Foster's Extra Special Bitter.

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      #3
      Fuller's ESB is awesome indeed. (We sell it on draught at the cafe/pub/game store I co-own, in proper Imperial Pints of course!). I only wish we could get it as Real Ale here in the states... (must go back to England soon!)

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        #4
        Fullers are an awesome brewery. I've had the pleasure of living not far away from the brewery. I'm rather partial to Fullers Bengal Lancer is wonderful if you can get your hands on it.

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          #5
          I became acquainted with this marvelous brew at a British style pub in Norcross, Ga., when I lived there in the early 1990's. And yes I did swipe one of their pint sized serving glasswares with the Fuller's ESB etched upon it's exterior.

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            #6
            It's still my favorite brew!

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              #7
              Fullers! The name says it all. That's a flavorful brew.

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                #8
                ESB is one of my favorite styles of beer to drink, and to brew. A more classic ale you will not find. Fullers makes a nice version, although I have only had it once.

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