Fuller's Black Cab Stout 500ml Bottle

Fuller's Black Cab Stout 500ml Bottle

Stout, 4.5% ABV

£16.00

Brewed with the knowledge of London's oldest family brewer, Fuller's Black Cab is a rich, dark stout that transports you to a time gone by. London was famous for stouts in the 19th century – and we're on a journey to make that the case again.

Customer Reviews

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DAVID JAMES JOCKEL
Black Cab Stout

Delicious!

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Louise Stubbs
Thoroughly Tasty

Really enjoyable drink. Added to my favourites

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Ralph Buckingham
A 'Stout' Drink.

A flavoursome beer that is not too strong. A nice dark colour with a not too bigger head.

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Steve Murray
Black Cab

First time i've tried this stout from Fullers and i'm loving it. Is it a new beer in your range or have i missed out before? Went down very well indeed

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Paul Smale
Good pint

Not the best stout I've had, prefer mine slightly more chocolaty. But still a good pint and happily continue drinking in the future. Good delivery, very quick.

A pick-me-up pint

Inspired by tradition, Black Cab revives one of London's oldest beer styles while celebrating another of the capital's great icons. Black cabs are everywhere in London but this one is special; a deliciously complex brew that ranks as one of the world's finest stouts.

Taste Profile

  • Sight: 
    Dark brown/black
  • Smell: 
    Malty, toast
  • Taste: 
    Burnt biscuit
  • Bitter: 
  • Sweet: 
  • Hops: 
    Goldings and Fuggles
  • Malts: 
    Pale, Crystal, Chocolate and Golden Naked

Brew Notes

Black Cab pours a near jet-black colour with hints of coffee, chocolate and roasted malts on the nose. Dark in the glass, it's lighter on the palate – with red berry notes and mild hops meeting chocolatey, malty character on the way to a delicious dry finish.

Type – Stout
Size - 500ml
Abv – 4.5%
Allergy Info - Contains Barley and Oats

Raise a Glass

When you're making a stout as rich and complex as Black Cab, you don't skimp on the malts. Our brewers use five different types, some of which are heavily roasted to give the beer its distinctive dark appearance.
  • Best Dark Beer, 2016, Cape Town Festival of Beer

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