The west London-based brewer has launched a new golden ale - Oliver's Island - which is set to become available in pubs in the coming weeks.
It will be the only gold cask ale in the brewery's ever-growing portfolio, measuring out at 3.8%, with citrus and tropical fruit tones leaving a crisp bite in its finish and a special ingredient of orange peel to create a refreshing zesty taste.
Melissa Cole, beer writer and sommelier, said: “I've always said that I get a strong characteristic of orange blossom from the Fuller's yeast, so I wanted to build on that with the addition of a carefully selected orange peel to create a really refreshing ale with true Fuller's character.”
Its name is drawn from a Thames island only two miles from the Chiswick brewery and is as the spring sunshine settles in will be one of latest brews to be added to London's riverside drinking scene.
The new flavour has been described as a "harmony of citrus, floral hops and golden malt".
Jane Jones, Fuller’s head of marketing, said: “Oliver’s island will not only fill a void in our current array of cask products but open consumer’s eyes to a new style of Fuller’s.
"The unique qualities of this wonderful beer will reach out to our publicans as well as our customers and make for an easy drink any time of year.
"Oliver’s Island is here to give discerning drinkers something special.”