Fuller, Smith & Turner came into being in 1845, although their chosen site had seen brewing from as early as the 17th century. Since its inception, the company has faced such challenges as world wars, profound changes in the brewing industry and evolving social trends in beer drinking and pub-going. These challenges have brought the best out of the remarkable people (family and otherwise) who have worked for Fuller’s throughout its life. Not only is Fuller’s known for brands like London’s Pride and ESB, but also for its individual selection of pubs, bars and hotels. Adrian Tierney-Jones is a renowned beer writer, and has co-authored CAMRA’s Britain’s Beer Revolution, among many other books. In this book, Adrian describes the growth and development of Fuller’s, and its determination not to rest on its laurels but to explore and break new ground within the worlds of beer and hospitality.