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The Dog & Partridge (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Greene King - Abbot AleAcceptable1
Marston's - PedigreeAcceptable1
Picture 1. The Dog & Partridge, Marchington, Staffordshire

Visits Details

12 Dec 2010 (Garry)
Very much a local village pub, but try as I might I can't feel the love for it. It might be the stern landlord, or the signed photos of Tory leaders throughout the pub, but as the inlaws love it I have to sample the ales from time to time! Not many folk in. Went for Sunday lunch.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Greene King - Abbot Ale5.00AcceptableNot my favourite beer normally but tried it since the Peddy was rank. Not a bad pint - as tasteless and insipid as I remembered, but nor unpleasant and slightly better than the Peddy. Good colour and aroma.
Marston's - Pedigree4.50AcceptableNot a wonderful pint. Slightly acrid and had a strange metallic hue, did get better after the first pint but quite mediocre

About The Dog & Partridge

The pub sign. The Dog & Partridge, Marchington, Staffordshire

Summary of Beer Scores

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Website.

The pub is found in Marchington, Staffordshire, ST14 8LJ.

After being closed for some time the pub was re-opened in 2012 by Paul Needham. The premises had been run as a restaurant but he restored a bar area for drinkers.

We have visited this pub once, seen 2 different beers and tried both.

Map location

Postcode: ST14 8LJ