1845Fuller's Brewery is a regional brewery founded in 1845 at the Griffin Brewery in Chiswick, West London. The partnership of Fuller, Smith & Turner, from which the company takes it's name, was formed in 1845 by John Bird Fuller, Henry Smith and John Turner, and members of the three original families are still involved in the business today. Today it has an estate of over 350 public houses. Fuller’s is best known as the brewer of London Pride, the UK’s leading premium cask ale, as well as many other award-winning ales such as Chiswick Bitter, ESB and 1845. Three of Fuller’s beers - London Pride, ESB and Chiswick Bitter - have been named Champion Beer of Britain, a record unmatched by any other brewer. Fuller’s range now also includes Discovery, a blonde beer launched in 2005. At the end of the same year Fuller's announced the acquisition of Hampshire brewer George Gale. 14 core beers and seasonal beers are brewed: see website. Bottle-conditioned beers are also available.