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Marston's 61 Deep

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Bridge InnGrinton, North Yorkshire02 Nov 2018
Walcot 1830Kennington, Greater London03 Sep 2018
FalconHuntingdon, Cambridgeshire17 May 2018
The Bell & JorrocksFrittenden, Kent20 Mar 2018
The Windmill InnWillesborough, Kent02 Nov 2017
Ewe & LambRolvenden Layne, Kent16 Sep 2017
The Duke of CumberlandBarham, Kent24 Jul 2017
The Plough (a.k.a. The Little Plough)Doncaster, South Yorkshire24 Jul 2017
The Old BargeHertford, Hertfordshire23 Jun 2017
The Union InnTremadog, Gwynedd14 May 2017
Spooner's BarPorthmadog, Gwynedd13 May 2017
The Bransty ArchWhitehaven, Cumbria24 Apr 2017

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 Bridge Inn, Grinton, North Yorkshire

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WittendenNot Tried02 Nov 2018

Walcot 1830, Kennington, Greater London

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Stephen HarrisPoor03 Sep 2018 A sad, tired and bland pint, served warm in a clunky dimpled mug with a fruit fly floating on the surface.

Falcon, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

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Magnus GreelExcellent17 May 2018 Spicy floral and citrus zest, superb

The Bell & Jorrocks, Frittenden, Kent

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WittendenNot Tried20 Mar 2018

The Windmill Inn, Willesborough, Kent

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Magnus GreelGood02 Nov 2017
ChrisENot Tried12 Sep 2017

Ewe & Lamb, Rolvenden Layne, Kent

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ChrisENot Tried16 Sep 2017

The Duke of Cumberland, Barham, Kent

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Jack WilliamUndrinkable24 Jul 2017 Clearly, well opaquely actually, the sludge at the end of the barrel. I'm surprised that someone must have drunk the pint before this without commenting. Taken off and a new barrel of Wainright's replaced it after some shenanigans from the bar staff - all done in good spirit though.

The Plough (a.k.a. The Little Plough), Doncaster, South Yorkshire

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Philip PirripNot Tried24 Jul 2017

The Old Barge, Hertford, Hertfordshire

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Magnus GreelExcellent23 Jun 2017 Crisp light and refreshing, perfect thus decided to stay on this for the evening.
ChrisEGood23 Jun 2017

The Union Inn, Tremadog, Gwynedd

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RayPoor14 May 2017 Pale ale with some slight initial citrus which soon fades to boring thinness.

Spooner's Bar, Porthmadog, Gwynedd

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RayNot Tried13 May 2017

The Bransty Arch, Whitehaven, Cumbria

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ChrisENot Tried24 Apr 2017 The new name for Pedigree New World. Now named after the depth of the well at Burton Brewery.

Marston's 61 Deep

3.80% ABV.

We have tried this beer 7 times.

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

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