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PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Black DogWhitstable, Kent09 Nov 2017
RedWillowMacclesfield, Cheshire22 Feb 2017
The Greyfriar of ReadingReading, Berkshire16 Nov 2016
Hack & HopBlackfriars, Central London10 Aug 2016
Old HallSandbach, Cheshire02 May 2015
Old Red CowSmithfield, Central London24 Feb 2015
The George & DragonSwanscombe, Kent09 Nov 2014
The Three JohnsIslington, Central London14 Jun 2014
Forest TavernForest Gate, Greater London04 Feb 2014
The New InnCanterbury, Kent21 Dec 2013
Euston TapEuston, Central London28 Oct 2013
Chorlton Tap (formerly The Bar)Chorlton, Greater Manchester21 Aug 2013
Catford Bridge TavernCatford, Greater London20 Jul 2013
Southampton ArmsGospel Oak, Greater London04 Feb 2013
Old FountainOld Street, Central London12 Oct 2012
Cask Pub & KitchenPimlico, Central London06 Aug 2012
Craft Beer Co.Clerkenwell, Central London09 Jun 2012
The Sussex ArmsTwickenham, Greater London13 May 2012
The Bridge End InnRuabon, Denbighshire18 Feb 2012
The ParlourChorlton, Greater Manchester20 Dec 2011

Tasting Summary

These comments are the opinion of the individual reviewer and represent what they thought of the beer on a particular day in a particular pub. If a review is less favourable, it may be because the beer suffered somewhere in the supply chain between them and the brewery.

The Black Dog, Whitstable, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Jack WilliamNot Tried09 Nov 2017

RedWillow, Macclesfield, Cheshire

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Philip PirripGood22 Feb 2017 The most English hopped bitter of the range

The Greyfriar of Reading, Reading, Berkshire

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried16 Nov 2016

Hack & Hop, Blackfriars, Central London

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Stephen HarrisGood10 Aug 2016 A good, dark, malty Bitter no doubt with Fuggles and/or Goldings. Tasty, but not in the same league as some of the other beers tried tonight.

Old Hall, Sandbach, Cheshire

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HSBNot Tried02 May 2015
HSBGood26 Apr 2014 Bit too malty

Old Red Cow, Smithfield, Central London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried24 Feb 2015

The George & Dragon, Swanscombe, Kent

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Philip PirripAcceptable09 Nov 2014

The Three Johns, Islington, Central London

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Jack WilliamGood14 Jun 2014 Pleasant enough, good condition - dry, bitterness without too much flavour.

Forest Tavern, Forest Gate, Greater London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried04 Feb 2014

The New Inn, Canterbury, Kent

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IanGood21 Dec 2013 Good dark brown best bitter
AndrewExceptional21 Dec 2013 Roasted full bodied bown creamy bitter

Euston Tap, Euston, Central London

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Philip PirripNot Tried28 Oct 2013

Chorlton Tap (formerly The Bar), Chorlton, Greater Manchester

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ChrisENot Tried21 Aug 2013

Catford Bridge Tavern, Catford, Greater London

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Philip PirripNot Tried20 Jul 2013
Philip PirripAcceptable12 Apr 2013

Southampton Arms, Gospel Oak, Greater London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried04 Feb 2013

Old Fountain, Old Street, Central London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried12 Oct 2012

Cask Pub & Kitchen, Pimlico, Central London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried06 Aug 2012

Craft Beer Co., Clerkenwell, Central London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried09 Jun 2012

The Sussex Arms, Twickenham, Greater London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried13 May 2012

The Bridge End Inn, Ruabon, Denbighshire

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Bear & Ragged StaffGood18 Feb 2012 I think this is what has become known as a classic English bitter. Medium malt and a lasting hoppy finish. Jolly nice.

The Parlour, Chorlton, Greater Manchester

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Martin the MildmanNot Tried20 Dec 2011

RedWillow Feckless

4.10% ABV.

We have tried this beer 9 times.

We have given this beer an average score of Good.

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