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St Peter's Cream Stout

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Holy Tavern (formerly The Jerusalem Tavern)Clerkenwell, Central London08 May 2019
Tap & BottlesSouthport, Merseyside31 Dec 2015
Mash Tun (formerly Hog in Armour)Norwich, Norfolk21 Nov 2015
The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse)Broadstairs, Kent01 Nov 2015
St Johns HeadGreat Yarmouth, Norfolk18 Aug 2015
Stile BridgeMarden, Kent21 Mar 2015
London TavernAttleborough, Norfolk20 Nov 2013

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 Holy Tavern (formerly The Jerusalem Tavern), Clerkenwell, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried08 May 2019
Stephen HarrisNot Tried19 Apr 2018
Stephen HarrisExcellent28 Apr 2016 Poured from a bottle. Lush, smooth, creamy Stout.
Stephen HarrisExcellent18 Mar 2015 Lush, black, strong, smooth and creamy.
Philip PirripGood10 Jun 2014 Great bittersweet balance but needed a tad more carbonation to excel
Judy G GarlandExcellent24 Sep 2013
Stephen HarrisExcellent16 Jan 2013 Smooth, dry, strong and lush. Probably should not have started with a pint of this, given the long evening ahead.
Stephen HarrisExcellent06 Nov 2012 I’m quite a fan of his first class, strong, smooth, chocolaty, slightly smoky, stout.
Stephen HarrisExcellent14 May 2012 One of St Peter’s less frequently encountered beers on cask. Black, smooth, creamy stout. Dry and roasty.
IanExcellent22 Feb 2005 Black in colour. Good burnt malt nose and flavour. Really good stout flavour. Excellent finish very dry

Tap & Bottles, Southport, Merseyside

HSBExcellent31 Dec 2015 Superb condition

Mash Tun (formerly Hog in Armour), Norwich, Norfolk

HSBNot Tried21 Nov 2015

The Thirty-Nine Steps Brewhouse (formerly The Thirty-Nine Steps Alehouse), Broadstairs, Kent

DosserExcellent01 Nov 2015 Yummy

St Johns Head, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

HSBGood18 Aug 2015 Vanilla notes

Stile Bridge, Marden, Kent

DosserExcellent21 Mar 2015 A quality stout.

London Tavern, Attleborough, Norfolk

HSBNot Tried20 Nov 2013

St Peter's Cream Stout

6.50% ABV.

Good burnt malt nose and flavour. Really goood stout flavours in mouth. Excellent very dry long finish.

We have tried this beer 12 times.

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

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