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Five Points Best Bitter (collaboration with Lost and Grounded)

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Royal AlbertNew Cross, Greater London27 May 2018
Kings ArmsBethnal Green, Greater London21 May 2018
The Pembury TavernHackney, Greater London15 May 2018
The HarpCharing Cross, Central London12 May 2018

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.

Royal Albert, New Cross, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripNot Tried27 May 2018

Kings Arms, Bethnal Green, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Stephen HarrisNot Tried21 May 2018

The Pembury Tavern, Hackney, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Stephen HarrisGood15 May 2018 This is a soft, fruity, amber-coloured, traditional Bitter. Seems perfect for all those people who grumble that London breweries donít brew fruity, traditional Bitters any more.

The Harp, Charing Cross, Central London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripAcceptable12 May 2018 I am always cynical of collaborations, on this one I wonder which of the two parties thought they had added the bitterness the beer's name implied. A wishy washy brew with haze but a definite lack of bitterness

Five Points Best Bitter (collaboration with Lost and Grounded)

4.80% ABV.

We have tried this beer twice.

We have given this beer an average score of Acceptable to Good.

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