Fuller's launches two mild ales

By Lesley Foottit

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Fuller's Hock: available in April
Fuller's Hock: available in April
London brewer Fuller's is launching two mild ales in April to celebrate the warmer months and the Campaign for Real Ale's (CAMRA) Mild Month.

London brewer Fuller's is launching two mild ales in April to celebrate the warmer months and the Campaign for Real Ale's (CAMRA) Mild Month.

CAMRA award winning ale Gales Festival Mild (4.8% ABV) and Fuller's Hock (3.5% ABV) will be available throughout April and May.

Fuller's Hock has sweet caramel and malty flavours and returned to the brewer's seasonal range in 2005.

"Gales Festival Mild, at 4.8% ABV, is a full-bodied ale with a palate rich in blackcurrant, raisins and raspberry and citrus notes in the finish," said head brewer John Keeling.

"It has long been popular with CAMRA and we are pleased to make this premium beer part of Mild Month and the Fuller's seasonal line-up, together with the classic and refreshing Hock.

The mild ales will be available in selected Fuller's pubs and free houses during April and May.

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