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Fullers London Price

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Fullers London Price

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Beer Style: Standard/Ordinary Bitter  (8A)
Recipe Type: all-grain
Yield: 5 US gallons

Standard/Ordinary Bitter


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Reilly Road
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Roger Protz's description: "An astonishing complex beer for its gavity, fine for drinking on its own, or with well-flavoured food. A multi-layered delight of malt and hops, and a deep, intense finish, with hop and ripening fruit notes.

Note: for a partial mash recipe, replace the pale malt with 2,000gm of diastatic malt extract such as Edme DMS.


  • Pale malt: 2750gm (65%)
  • Crystal malt: 430gm (10%)
  • Flaked maize: 430gm (10%)
  • Invert cane sugar: 640gm (15%)
  • Target hops: 20gm (start of boil)
  • Challenger hops: 20gm (start of boil)
  • Northdown hops: 9gm (last 15min)
  • Irish moss: 1tsp (last 15-30min)
  • ale yeast

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Mash pale, crystal, and flaked maize. Single infusion mash, 65 C, 90 minutes.

Boil 2 hours. Add invert sugar and target hops to boil, then follow schedule listed above.