s with a sparse head, quite dark in colour.
In late 2005
Fuller's Brewerybought Gales for £91.8 million. It raised fears as to the future of Gales' Horndean brewery and some of its beers, and the Campaign for Real Ale(CAMRA) launched a campaign to encourage Fullers to continue production of the full Gales line at Horndean. However, in January 2005, Fuller's began cutting jobs at the Horndean brewery, and it was announced on 27 February 2006that the brewery would close at the end of March 2006, although distribution and warehousing would continue in the area.
At that point, production of the Gales brands moved to Fullers' Griffin Brewery in
Chiswick, London, with the exception of Gales Bitter which was one of the few beers that were discontinued.
Gale's beer brands
There are a number of beers brewed under the Gales name in Chiswick:
* Gales' HSB (Horndean Special Bitter) is a
cask conditioned4.8% premium strength bitter.
* Gales' Butser is a 3.4%
cask conditionedbitter named after the dominant hill in the downs close to the former Gales' brewery at Horndean.
* Gales' Festival Mild is a 4.8%
cask conditionedpremium strength mild ale, first brewed as a special for a 1990 beer festival with the aim of helping to revive mild ales . Healthy sales quickly saw it become a regular Gales brand.
* Gales' Prize Old Ale is a 9%
bottle conditionedbeer, sold in a corked bottle.
* Gales' Swing Low is a 4.1 % bitter brewed seasonally around England rugby tornaments
* Gales' Trafalgar is a 4.3% seasonal ale brewed to celebrate the 200th Trafalgar Day
* Gales' Seafarers is a 4.5% ale where a donation from every sale is given to the "King George Fund for Sailors"
* Gales' Winter Brew is a 4.2% winter ale with which is very similar to Prize Old Ale
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