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Banks's Young Henrys Real Ale

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Edmund HalleyLee Green, Greater London13 Apr 2022
The Gate ClockGreenwich, Greater London12 Apr 2022
The Watch HouseLewisham, Greater London09 Apr 2022
The Humphrey BeanTonbridge, Kent02 Apr 2022
The Sovereign of the SeasPetts Wood, Greater London22 Oct 2014
The Masque HauntOld Street, Central London21 Oct 2014
The Robert PocockGravesend, Kent10 Oct 2014
The AngelIslington, Central London09 Oct 2014
Puttshack Bank (formerly The Green Man)City, Central London09 Apr 2014
The Eight BellsDover, Kent08 Apr 2014
The Red LionThetford, Norfolk03 Apr 2014
The Archibald SimpsonAberdeen, Aberdeenshire27 Mar 2014

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 Edmund Halley, Lee Green, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripGood13 Apr 2022 Nicely cool
Philip PirripNot Tried16 Oct 2014

The Gate Clock, Greenwich, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripAcceptable12 Apr 2022 Once again not a patch on the first one I had at festival start elsewhere that had set a high bar

The Watch House, Lewisham, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripAcceptable09 Apr 2022 Nothing like the excellent one I had elsewhere during current JDW festival. Added splashes of lemonade to tolerate it
Philip PirripExcellent03 Apr 2022 Real excellent sharp bitter with floral hop nose. One wonders why someone like Banks's can not make a beer like this in its own portfolio
Philip PirripNot Tried02 Apr 2022
Philip PirripNot Tried02 Nov 2014
Philip PirripNot Tried01 Nov 2014
Philip PirripNot Tried11 Oct 2014

The Humphrey Bean, Tonbridge, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Magnus GreelNot Tried02 Apr 2022

The Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
oz11Not Tried22 Oct 2014
oz11Not Tried21 Oct 2014
oz11Not Tried20 Oct 2014
oz11Excellent31 Mar 2014

The Masque Haunt, Old Street, Central London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Stephen HarrisGood21 Oct 2014 A good take on a traditional, amber-coloured Bitter.

The Robert Pocock, Gravesend, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripNot Tried10 Oct 2014

The Angel, Islington, Central London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripNot Tried09 Oct 2014

Puttshack Bank (formerly The Green Man), City, Central London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Stephen HarrisExcellent09 Apr 2014 Amber-coloured and very nice. This beer went some way to restoring my faith in the Wetherspoon’s concept of brewery collaboration. And I do like the idea of a very English-style bitter brewed with exotic hops.

The Eight Bells, Dover, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
HSBNot Tried08 Apr 2014

The Red Lion, Thetford, Norfolk

WhoScoreWhenNotes
HSBExcellent03 Apr 2014 Very tasty.

The Archibald Simpson, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

WhoScoreWhenNotes
McGargleExcellent27 Mar 2014 The programme notes sum it up well: "This beer is a modern take on the traditional English best bitter style, with a solid malt backing of caramel and toffee, balanced by hints of spice and a mellow, deep citrus flavour, leading to a long bitter finish." I'd agree with that.

Banks's Young Henrys Real Ale

4.00% ABV.

We have tried this beer 9 times.

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

Other Banks's beers.