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Mad Squirrel (formerly Red Squirrel) Mister Squirrel (superseded by 4% version)

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The New InnCanterbury, Kent03 Oct 2017
The Hovelling Boat InnRamsgate, Kent20 Sep 2016
The HarpCharing Cross, Central London05 Aug 2016
The Bald Buzzard Ale HouseLeighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire09 Oct 2015
Mad Squirrel Brewery ShopChesham, Buckinghamshire16 Jul 2015
The AlbertHitchin, Hertfordshire28 Apr 2015
The Humphrey BeanTonbridge, Kent21 Feb 2015
Royal AlbertNew Cross, Greater London17 Jan 2015
Engineers ArmsHenlow, Bedfordshire01 Jul 2014
Magpie & CrownBrentford, Greater London25 Feb 2014
Forest TavernForest Gate, Greater London05 Sep 2013
Red LionLeytonstone, Greater London24 Nov 2012
Nags HeadReading, Berkshire25 Oct 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 New Inn, Canterbury, Kent

Magnus GreelNot Tried03 Oct 2017

The Hovelling Boat Inn, Ramsgate, Kent

ChrisEExcellent20 Sep 2016 A superb pint.

The Harp, Charing Cross, Central London

Philip PirripNot Tried05 Aug 2016
Philip PirripNot Tried13 Jul 2015
Philip PirripNot Tried12 Jul 2015
Stephen HarrisNot Tried29 Apr 2013

The Bald Buzzard Ale House, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

Philip PirripGood09 Oct 2015 Better balanced than the Hornes

Mad Squirrel Brewery Shop, Chesham, Buckinghamshire

HSBGood16 Jul 2015 Described as a premium bitter. Seems reasonable.
Stephen HarrisNot Tried02 Jan 2014

The Albert, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

HSBGood28 Apr 2015

The Humphrey Bean, Tonbridge, Kent

thebrewingmanExcellent21 Feb 2015

Royal Albert, New Cross, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried17 Jan 2015

Engineers Arms, Henlow, Bedfordshire

HSBNot Tried01 Jul 2014

Magpie & Crown, Brentford, Greater London

HSBNot Tried25 Feb 2014

Forest Tavern, Forest Gate, Greater London

Stephen HarrisGood05 Sep 2013 A straightforward, brown, traditional, premium bitter. Sweetish.

Red Lion, Leytonstone, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried24 Nov 2012

Nags Head, Reading, Berkshire

Martin the MildmanAcceptable25 Oct 2012 Amber bitter with a sweetish character but not much hop or malt flavour. My score 14/20.

Mad Squirrel (formerly Red Squirrel) Mister Squirrel (superseded by 4% version)

4.30% ABV.

We have tried this beer 7 times.

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

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