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Calverley's Brewery Tap (Calverley's)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Calverley's - Dark MildExcellent1
Calverley's - Best BitterExcellent1
Calverley's - BlondeGood1
Calverley's - AhtanumNot Tried0
Calverley's - Organic SMPNot Tried0
Calverley's - Porter XNot Tried0
Calverley's - Wild Hop SaisonNot Tried0
Calverley's - Organic Belgian BlondNot Tried0
Calverley's - Barley WineNot Tried0
Calverley's - Organic RoggenbierNot Tried0
Picture 2. Calverley's Brewery Tap, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Picture 3. Calverley's Brewery Tap, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Jason Jones

Visits Details

07 Oct 2017 (Jason)
Lunchtime and 2 others in. We took over the back room and a couple of us including the staff enjoyed lunch from the mobile pizza oven parked outside. Well laid out and organised, I liked this place and hope to return soon.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Calverley's - Blonde3.70GoodUnfined light session ale with a hop and wheat taste
Calverley's - Ahtanum4.90Not Tried
Calverley's - Organic SMP5.00Not Tried
Calverley's - Porter X5.80Not Tried
Calverley's - Wild Hop Saison5.10Not Tried
Calverley's - Organic Belgian Blond6.30Not Tried
Calverley's - Barley Wine10.20Not Tried
Calverley's - Organic Roggenbier3.80Not Tried
20 Apr 2017 (ChrisE)
Thursday evening and a very good atmosphere.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Calverley's - Dark Mild3.00Excellent
09 Sep 2016 (ChrisE)
Saturday evening and full but a party of Italians invited me to share their table. A most enjoyable evening with some very good ale, we talked about beer in Italy, Brexit and pubs in North Korea. There were four beers on offer in total but I forgot to note the ABVs, they were named Blade, Amorillo and Mosaic.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Calverley's - Best Bitter4.80ExcellentExcellent full bodied tasty pint.

About the Calverley's Brewery Tap

The pub sign. Calverley's Brewery Tap, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Summary of Beer Scores

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Good1
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Website.

The pub is found in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB1 2NZ.

This pub is within walking distance of Cambridge railway station in Hooper Street and is situated within the brewery, it is open on Thursday and Friday evenings and all day Saturday. There are tables amongst the brewing equipment and in another room plus an outside area. A hot food van is usually parked outside serving meals that are very highly regarded for their quality.

We have visited this pub 3 times, seen 10 different beers and tried 3 of them.

Map location

Postcode: CB1 2NZ