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Brodie's London Fields Pale Ale

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Old Coffee HouseSoho, Central London27 Nov 2019
King William IVLeyton, Greater London29 Aug 2017
The Cross KeysCovent Garden, Central London10 Apr 2015
The HopeCarshalton, Greater London01 Jul 2014
The Evening StarBrighton, East Sussex19 May 2014
Tap EastStratford, Greater London24 Apr 2014
Old FountainOld Street, Central London02 Dec 2013
The Cock TavernHackney, Greater London24 Sep 2013
Southampton ArmsGospel Oak, Greater London21 Jun 2013
Westow HouseCrystal Palace, Greater London29 Mar 2013
Tapping The AdmiralKentish Town, Greater London06 Jul 2012
King Charles IPentonville, Central London30 Mar 2012

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 Old Coffee House, Soho, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried27 Nov 2019
Stephen HarrisExcellent31 May 2019 Still tasting great.
HSBNot Tried05 Mar 2015
HSBNot Tried10 Feb 2015
Stephen HarrisExcellent03 Jun 2014 Pale gold beer with extreme bitter hoppiness.
Stephen HarrisExcellent26 Mar 2014 Very pale, hoppy and bitter.
Stephen HarrisExcellent15 Apr 2013 Golden and bitter.

King William IV, Leyton, Greater London

Stephen HarrisAcceptable29 Aug 2017 A new version of this beer predominately hopped with Mosaic. I thought it tasted a bit insipid. The next customer had a glass full of dregs and it went off sale.
Stephen HarrisNot Tried05 Feb 2017
Stephen HarrisNot Tried18 Nov 2016
Stephen HarrisAcceptable02 Sep 2016 Not on its usual form.
Stephen HarrisExcellent08 Jul 2016 Goodness, this was on form tonight. Alcoholic grapefruit juice.
Stephen HarrisGood04 Jul 2016 Challengingly lemony.
Magnus GreelNot Tried30 Jun 2016
Stephen HarrisExcellent17 Apr 2016 A strongly hoppy Pale Ale
Stephen HarrisGood15 Jan 2016 A lovely beer, which I really like. But this particular pint just not quite at the peak (still good though).
Stephen HarrisExceptional30 Dec 2015 Fantastically fresh. Probably in my top-10 of regularly available beers.
Stephen HarrisNot Tried26 Dec 2015
Stephen HarrisNot Tried21 Nov 2015
Stephen HarrisExcellent02 Nov 2015
Stephen HarrisExcellent23 Oct 2015
Stephen HarrisNot Tried14 Aug 2015
Stephen HarrisExcellent25 Apr 2015 Absolutely in the full-on Brodies style.
Stephen HarrisExcellent20 Feb 2015 A crisp and sharp Pale Ale. Lots of citrus flavours from the hops.
Philip PirripExcellent18 Dec 2014 Beautifully clear and full flavoured. Could not fault condition but just a disappointment to me that a Pale Ale turns out to be just yet another citrus beer, a style for which great tiresomeness has set in
Stephen HarrisExcellent10 Oct 2014 Very pale and sharp.
Stephen HarrisGood20 Jul 2014 Very pale gold and hazy. Citrusy, but lacks some of its usual body.
Stephen HarrisExcellent06 Mar 2014 Pale gold in colour. Lip-smacking hoppiness.
Philip PirripNot Tried05 Sep 2012
Stephen HarrisNot Tried10 Feb 2012
Stephen HarrisExceptional30 Dec 2011 London Fields Pale Ale to give it its full name. Stunningly good.
oz11Good12 Nov 2011

The Cross Keys, Covent Garden, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried10 Apr 2015
Stephen HarrisExcellent04 Jun 2012 Luscious, pale, hoppy beer.
MattY1Exceptional23 Jan 2012 Another pale ale and equally as good as redemption again very strong citrus and light malt notes :)

The Hope, Carshalton, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried01 Jul 2014

The Evening Star, Brighton, East Sussex

Philip PirripNot Tried19 May 2014
Philip PirripNot Tried19 May 2014

Tap East, Stratford, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried24 Apr 2014

Old Fountain, Old Street, Central London

Philip PirripNot Tried02 Dec 2013 A taster of A N Other's offered a significant citra hit
Stephen HarrisNot Tried26 Jun 2013 Quickly gobbled up before I got my order in.
Martin the MildmanAcceptable16 Aug 2011 Very pale and quite hoppy with a dry, bitter flavour. The finish is drish and hoppy. My score 14/20.

The Cock Tavern, Hackney, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried24 Sep 2013
Stephen HarrisGood17 Aug 2012 Usually a fabulous pint, but tastes a bit dulled here from a pint not in perfect condition.

Southampton Arms, Gospel Oak, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried21 Jun 2013 Ran out whilst I was awaiting my turn at the bar.

Westow House, Crystal Palace, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried29 Mar 2013

Tapping The Admiral, Kentish Town, Greater London

Stephen HarrisExceptional06 Jul 2012 A perfect pint of golden, hoppy loveliness. Exemplar of the style

King Charles I, Pentonville, Central London

Stephen HarrisExceptional30 Mar 2012 A strikingly good, hoppy, pale ale as good a pint as I have drunk anywhere this year. Lingering juicy hop taste.

Brodie's London Fields Pale Ale

4.00% ABV.

We have tried this beer 27 times.

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

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