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Moorhouse's Premier Bitter (was 3.8%)

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Merchants 1688Lancaster, Lancashire07 Jan 2016
Baron's BarSouthport, Merseyside01 Nov 2015
The City ArmsManchester, Greater Manchester27 Jan 2015
Bridge Bier HuisBurnley, Lancashire10 Sep 2014
The Three GuineasReading, Berkshire17 Oct 2013
Leyton Orient Supporters ClubLeyton, Greater London14 Sep 2013
The PremierWidnes, Cheshire06 Aug 2013
Halfway HouseBrenchley, Kent25 May 2013
The New InnCanterbury, Kent14 Aug 2012
The Flower PotMaidstone, Kent25 Apr 2012
The Sovereign of the SeasPetts Wood, Greater London02 Feb 2012
Royal OakLong Whatton, Leicestershire19 Nov 2011
Maypole InnLong Preston, North Yorkshire01 Jul 2011
The Fox & NewtLeeds, West Yorkshire11 Apr 2011
The Lamb InnBury, Greater Manchester17 Jan 2011
The Dusty MillerBury, Greater Manchester14 Jan 2011
The TracksideBury, Greater Manchester24 Oct 2010
Bowl InnCharing, Kent18 Jul 2010
Earl of ClarendonSandgate, Kent17 Jul 2010
The Grants ArmsRamsbottom, Lancashire07 Jul 2010
The Society RoomsMaidstone, Kent31 Mar 2010
Cricketers ArmsKeighley, West Yorkshire27 Mar 2010
Lion TavernLiverpool, Merseyside26 Feb 2010
The Good IntentRochester, Kent23 Jan 2010
The County HotelAshford, Kent12 Oct 2009
The Samuel LloydCorby, Northamptonshire06 Oct 2009
The CastleChancery Lane, Central London19 Feb 2009
The HarpCharing Cross, Central London26 Apr 2008
The Edgar WallaceTemple, Central London27 Nov 2007
The Rosary TavernNorwich, Norfolk27 Jul 2007
The Golden Lion HotelRochester, Kent06 May 2006

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.

Merchants 1688, Lancaster, Lancashire

Philip PirripNot Tried07 Jan 2016

Baron's Bar, Southport, Merseyside

HSBNot Tried01 Nov 2015

The City Arms, Manchester, Greater Manchester

HSBNot Tried27 Jan 2015
MickNot Tried02 Jan 2014

Bridge Bier Huis, Burnley, Lancashire

ChrisEExcellent10 Sep 2014 Now also called Premiership which has boosted sales (and thefts of pump clips) since Burnley football club was promoted.
AlenomoreNot Tried08 Sep 2012

The Three Guineas, Reading, Berkshire

Stephen HarrisNot Tried17 Oct 2013

Leyton Orient Supporters Club, Leyton, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried14 Sep 2013

The Premier, Widnes, Cheshire

Nick WillisGood06 Aug 2013 Decent bitter

Halfway House, Brenchley, Kent

oz11Not Tried25 May 2013

The New Inn, Canterbury, Kent

EddieExcellent14 Aug 2012 Nice session bitter

The Flower Pot, Maidstone, Kent

AngieNot Tried25 Apr 2012
PedroExcellent23 Apr 2012
PedroNot Tried06 Sep 2009
DosserExcellent05 Sep 2009

The Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood, Greater London

oz11Good02 Feb 2012

Royal Oak, Long Whatton, Leicestershire

AndrewNot Tried19 Nov 2011

Maypole Inn, Long Preston, North Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried01 Jul 2011
JasonGood01 Jul 2011

The Fox & Newt, Leeds, West Yorkshire

AndrewNot Tried11 Apr 2011

The Lamb Inn, Bury, Greater Manchester

pavorossiExcellent17 Jan 2011
pavorossiGood10 Jan 2011
pavorossiGood15 Oct 2010

The Dusty Miller, Bury, Greater Manchester

pavorossiExcellent14 Jan 2011
pavorossiExcellent02 Jan 2011
pavorossiGood26 Dec 2010
pavorossiGood21 Dec 2010
pavorossiGood01 Dec 2010
pavorossiGood20 Sep 2010
pavorossiGood06 Sep 2010 One pint from the first barrel.
pavorossiExcellent06 Sep 2010 Several pints from the second barrel.
pavorossiGood18 Aug 2010
pavorossiExcellent02 Aug 2010
pavorossiExcellent13 Jul 2010
pavorossiGood09 Jul 2010
pavorossiGood25 Jun 2010

The Trackside, Bury, Greater Manchester

pavorossiExcellent24 Oct 2010
pavorossiNot Tried21 Oct 2010

Bowl Inn, Charing, Kent

AlenomoreExceptional18 Jul 2010 In good condition.

Earl of Clarendon, Sandgate, Kent

ChrisEExcellent17 Jul 2010

The Grants Arms, Ramsbottom, Lancashire

pavorossiAcceptable07 Jul 2010

The Society Rooms, Maidstone, Kent

AlenomoreExcellent31 Mar 2010 From deepest Lancashire. A replacement for the Mad Hatter. An all round good session bitter from an established and famous brewery. In top condition tonight from the brewery that defies the recession and has, by the end of 2008 produced 13% more beer and made 12% more profit.

Cricketers Arms, Keighley, West Yorkshire

ChrisEExcellent27 Mar 2010

Lion Tavern, Liverpool, Merseyside

IanNot Tried26 Feb 2010

The Good Intent, Rochester, Kent

AndrewAcceptable23 Jan 2010 In good condition. Light brown slightly metallic beer with roasted malts.

The County Hotel, Ashford, Kent

IanAcceptable12 Oct 2009 It's an ok bitter, some hop on finish giving a sting on the tongue. Bit of farty yeast on aroma, some decent fruit in mouth. OK

The Samuel Lloyd, Corby, Northamptonshire

StephenAcceptable06 Oct 2009 Decent stuff a tad too cold for me

The Castle, Chancery Lane, Central London

IanNot Tried19 Feb 2009

The Harp, Charing Cross, Central London

AndrewNot Tried26 Apr 2008

The Edgar Wallace, Temple, Central London

IanNot Tried27 Nov 2007

The Rosary Tavern, Norwich, Norfolk

AndrewNot Tried27 Jul 2007

The Golden Lion Hotel, Rochester, Kent

IanAcceptable06 May 2006 Copper, nice enough, nice soft hop, good citrus, flavours are not too intense. Better than the average bitter

Moorhouse's Premier Bitter (was 3.8%)

3.70% ABV.

We have tried this beer 33 times.

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

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