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Eagle (formerly Wells & Young's, formerly Charles Wells, formerly Wells) Wells / Dogfish Head DNA

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Plasterers ArmsNorwich, Norfolk10 Jun 2015
The New InnCanterbury, Kent16 May 2015
The Bricklayers ArmsHitchin, Hertfordshire28 Apr 2015
The Good IntentRochester, Kent07 Apr 2015
The GunDocklands & Isle of Dogs, Greater London30 Mar 2015
Prince ArthurEuston, Central London18 Mar 2015
The Flower PotMaidstone, Kent15 Mar 2015
The Brickmaker's ArmsMaidstone, Kent14 Mar 2015
Salisbury ArmsCambridge, Cambridgeshire30 Apr 2014
The Turners MillRedcar, North Yorkshire18 Apr 2014
Ye Olde Cock TavernFleet Street, Central London17 Apr 2014
The Tickled TroutWye, Kent16 Apr 2014
General HavelockHastings, East Sussex30 Mar 2014
White Haus (formerly White Swan)Farringdon, Central London05 Mar 2014
The MagpieCity, Central London02 Dec 2013
The LambBloomsbury, Central London19 Sep 2013
The CowStratford, Greater London16 Sep 2013
The FlaskHampstead, Greater London01 May 2013
Well & BucketBethnal Green, Greater London05 Apr 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.

Plasterers Arms, Norwich, Norfolk

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HSBNot Tried10 Jun 2015

The New Inn, Canterbury, Kent

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MickExcellent16 May 2015 Lovely copper coloured hoppy ale.
MickGood11 Apr 2015 A bit tired. Nice but not at its best.
AndrewNot Tried27 Mar 2015

The Bricklayers Arms, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

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HSBNot Tried28 Apr 2015

The Good Intent, Rochester, Kent

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Philip PirripNot Tried07 Apr 2015

The Gun, Docklands & Isle of Dogs, Greater London

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Philip PirripNot Tried30 Mar 2015

Prince Arthur, Euston, Central London

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AndrewGood18 Mar 2015 Light brown bitter. Mellow and soft with hints of lime and pineapple. Badged as a new world fusion beer.

The Flower Pot, Maidstone, Kent

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DosserNot Tried15 Mar 2015
DosserNot Tried14 May 2014
DosserNot Tried14 Sep 2013

The Brickmaker's Arms, Maidstone, Kent

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TobesExcellent14 Mar 2015

Salisbury Arms, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

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Philip PirripAcceptable30 Apr 2014 Scummy head. Wondered if some gas added as I burped several times post-pint

The Turners Mill, Redcar, North Yorkshire

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Nick WillisNot Tried18 Apr 2014

Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, Central London

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HSBNot Tried17 Apr 2014

The Tickled Trout, Wye, Kent

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TrevorNot Tried16 Apr 2014
AndrewNot Tried12 Apr 2014

General Havelock, Hastings, East Sussex

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried30 Mar 2014

White Haus (formerly White Swan), Farringdon, Central London

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Stephen HarrisAcceptable05 Mar 2014 This was a bit too chilled for comfort. Nice hops in here somewhere, but had a bit of a ‘soapy’ taste.

The Magpie, City, Central London

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried02 Dec 2013

The Lamb, Bloomsbury, Central London

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HSBGood19 Sep 2013

The Cow, Stratford, Greater London

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Stephen HarrisGood16 Sep 2013 Amber-coloured. Fruity US hop tastes, but not quite as full-on as I would like.

The Flask, Hampstead, Greater London

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HSBExcellent01 May 2013 New World hops, Bedford brewed based on an American recipe.

Well & Bucket, Bethnal Green, Greater London

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Stephen HarrisExcellent05 Apr 2013 An unlikely collaboration beer between Charles Wells and the respected US brewer Dogfish Head. This is a full-blown US-style pale ale with fruity hop tastes.

Eagle (formerly Wells & Young's, formerly Charles Wells, formerly Wells) Wells / Dogfish Head DNA

4.50% ABV.

We have tried this beer 10 times.

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

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