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St Peter's Best Bitter

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Admiral's ArmQueenborough, Kent14 Feb 2020
The Jerusalem TavernClerkenwell, Central London14 Mar 2016
Ten BellsNorwich, Norfolk09 Jan 2016
St Peter's HallSt Peter South Elmham, Suffolk08 Oct 2015
CrownPulham Market, Norfolk05 Oct 2014
Kent Beer Festival 2013Canterbury, Kent19 Jul 2013
Simmons (formerly The Smithfield Tavern)Smithfield, Central London08 Jun 2013
The Bree LouiseEuston, Central London11 May 2010

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 Admiral's Arm, Queenborough, Kent

Archie14Not Tried14 Feb 2020 This was proving very popular

The Jerusalem Tavern, Clerkenwell, Central London

Philip PirripNot Tried14 Mar 2016
Stephen HarrisNot Tried18 Mar 2015
Judy G GarlandNot Tried24 Sep 2013
Stephen HarrisNot Tried16 Jan 2013
Stephen HarrisNot Tried06 Nov 2012
Stephen HarrisNot Tried04 Sep 2012
Stephen HarrisNot Tried14 May 2012
Stephen HarrisNot Tried24 Jan 2012
BlairNot Tried24 Apr 2009
IanNot Tried19 Feb 2009
IanNot Tried21 Nov 2006
IanAcceptable22 Feb 2005 Ruby brown colour with interesting hop nose. Served a bit too cold, but with good hops on the end. Could do with being a bit more malty to balance

Ten Bells, Norwich, Norfolk

HSBNot Tried09 Jan 2016

St Peter's Hall, St Peter South Elmham, Suffolk

WittendenExcellent08 Oct 2015 On gravity dispense from behind the bar.Mid brown, malt based, but with hedgerow fruit. A classic Bitter,as deep as the Moat outside.

Crown, Pulham Market, Norfolk

HSBGood05 Oct 2014

Kent Beer Festival 2013, Canterbury, Kent

AndrewGood19 Jul 2013 Umm. Reedy metalic and refreshing.

Simmons (formerly The Smithfield Tavern), Smithfield, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried08 Jun 2013

The Bree Louise, Euston, Central London

ChrisENot Tried11 May 2010

St Peter's Best Bitter

3.70% ABV.

Interesting hop flavour. Ruby brown in colour and served a bit too cold. Good hoops on end but not enough malt to balance to make a really good beer.

We have tried this beer 4 times.

We have given this beer an average score of Good.

Other St Peter's beers.