Fuller's makes chilling Discovery

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Fuller's makes chilling Discovery
Fuller's announces Discovery will only be served through a cooler at a temperature of between eight and 10 degrees.

Fuller's has announced that from now on all its Discovery beer will only be served through a cooler at a temperature of between eight and 10 degrees.

The new chilled beer will also look cooler on the bar with a new white-handled font and the word chilled added to the pump clip.

As an extra reminder for customers at eye-level, the pump handle features the words Delicious Chilled Blonde Beer.

Fuller's brands marketing manager, David Spencer, said: "Discovery has performed very well for us, but it is clearly most popular where it is served at a lower temperature.

"With this in mind, we have decided to only sell the beer in venues that have the ability and equipment to serve the beer between eight and 10 degrees.

"Discovery is fulfilling a useful role as a bridge from lager to real ale, and the lower temperature aids this process.

"By using the white pump handle, and customer cues through the use of the word chilled, we feel that this will help attract drinkers who are looking for a refreshing golden drink, with a high taste delivery."

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