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Brunswick Black Sabbath

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Mind the GapBroadstairs, Kent22 Jul 2018
The Brunswick InnDerby, Derbyshire08 Jan 2018
The Hovelling Boat InnRamsgate, Kent10 Aug 2017
The Crown HotelUppingham, Rutland12 Apr 2014
Sir Robert PeelLeicester, Leicestershire30 Jan 2014
PeacockDerby, Derbyshire24 Oct 2013
Hand & HeartNottingham, Nottinghamshire11 Mar 2013
White Cliffs Beer Festival 2013Dover, Kent01 Feb 2013
Great British Beer Festival 2007Earl's Court, Central London09 Aug 2007

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.

Mind the Gap, Broadstairs, Kent

DosserExcellent22 Jul 2018 Top quality
DosserExcellent20 Jul 2018 Superb

The Brunswick Inn, Derby, Derbyshire

Magnus GreelNot Tried08 Jan 2018
Magnus GreelNot Tried24 Nov 2016
Stephen HarrisNot Tried07 Dec 2014
Philip PirripNot Tried19 Mar 2014
Philip PirripNot Tried10 Dec 2012
HSBGood29 Nov 2012
Philip PirripNot Tried29 Oct 2012
Philip PirripNot Tried21 Jun 2012
Philip PirripNot Tried13 Jun 2012
Martin the MildmanExcellent13 Nov 2010 Black strong mild with full bodied malt flavour and chocolate and toffee notes. Low hop rate and a little fruit in the finish. My score 16/20.
IanAcceptable14 Jul 2009 Black, ruby with dark brown edges. That's not bad, bit of charcoal, roastiness, it's got some liquorice, it's fine.

The Hovelling Boat Inn, Ramsgate, Kent

DosserExcellent10 Aug 2017 Old ale with lots of chocolate and liquorice

The Crown Hotel, Uppingham, Rutland

StuExcellent12 Apr 2014

Sir Robert Peel, Leicester, Leicestershire

StuGood30 Jan 2014

Peacock, Derby, Derbyshire

HSBNot Tried24 Oct 2013

Hand & Heart, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

MickGood11 Mar 2013 Liquorice, toast, no hops. Nice enough.

White Cliffs Beer Festival 2013, Dover, Kent

Philip PirripNot Tried01 Feb 2013

Great British Beer Festival 2007, Earl's Court, Central London

IanGood09 Aug 2007 Very dark ruby/black. No head. A rather nice aroma of dark fruit and liquorice. Very decent beer, that has some different flavours. Bit oily, some vegetable flavour, but in a good way. Interesting.

Brunswick Black Sabbath

6.00% ABV.

We have tried this beer 10 times.

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

Other Brunswick beers.