Since the restructuring of the Youngs Brewery, Fullers is the only brewer of any significance remaining in London.
Fullers, Smith and Turner plc (better known as Fuller's) brew a range of cask ales at the Griffin Brewey in Chiswick, West London.
In addition to it's well established range of beers, Fullers is well known for having the oldest wisteria plant in the UK which was, apparently, planted in the 19th Century.
In 2005, Fullers bought the Gales brewery which increased the number of tied-houses and caused concern with CAMRA about the possible loss of brands.
Fullers run four tours a day on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday at 6GBP per person and 4.50GBP per child (children must be over 14.) Tours only run with a minimum of 4 people and a maximum of 30.
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