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Beavertown Smog Rocket

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
UnderstudySouthwark, Central London11 Oct 2016
Craft Beer Co.Covent Garden, Central London04 Nov 2015
The Duke's HeadHighgate, Greater London13 Aug 2015
Royal Inn on the ParkHackney, Greater London04 Mar 2015
The Bartons ArmsAston, West Midlands02 May 2014
The Crooked BilletClapton, Greater London29 Nov 2013
The Clapton HartClapton, Greater London29 Nov 2013
The Union TavernWestbourne Park, Greater London28 Jun 2012
Duke of York (formerly Beef & Brew, formerly Duke's (Brew & Que))Hackney, Greater London26 Jun 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.

Understudy, Southwark, Central London

Stephen HarrisExcellent11 Oct 2016 One of my favourite London-brewed beers, available here from key-keg. Black, with a brownish head. Rich and smoky.

Craft Beer Co., Covent Garden, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried04 Nov 2015

The Duke's Head, Highgate, Greater London

Stephen HarrisExcellent13 Aug 2015 Great to find a cask version of this lovely, smoky Porter.

Royal Inn on the Park, Hackney, Greater London

Stephen HarrisExceptional04 Mar 2015 On key-keg dispense. Absolutely fabulous, smoky Porter.

The Bartons Arms, Aston, West Midlands

DosserExcellent02 May 2014 Superb. Must come back without the consent A car

The Crooked Billet, Clapton, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried29 Nov 2013

The Clapton Hart, Clapton, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried29 Nov 2013

The Union Tavern, Westbourne Park, Greater London

Martin the MildmanExcellent28 Jun 2012 Brown smoked porter with good malt character and a smooth well rounded mouthfeel. Gentle smokiness in the finish. My score 16/20 with B for quality as served too warm.

Duke of York (formerly Beef & Brew, formerly Duke's (Brew & Que)), Hackney, Greater London

Stephen HarrisExceptional26 Jun 2012 I had a bottle-conditioned version of this porter. It is black, with a tight, tan head. Smoky aroma. There are sweet malts and liquorice, but the overriding flavour is a woody, winey, smokiness. If I was told it had been aged in a wooden barrel I would have believed it – but apparently it hasn’t. This has the makings of a truly great beer.

Beavertown Smog Rocket

5.40% ABV.

We have tried this beer 6 times.

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

Other Beavertown beers.