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St Austell Tinner's Ale

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Lincolnshire PoacherNottingham, Nottinghamshire13 Oct 2011
The PhoenixCanterbury, Kent24 Jun 2011
Punchbowl & LadlePenelewey, Cornwall12 Jun 2011
The New InnCanterbury, Kent15 Mar 2011
Rushden Historical Transport SocietyRushden, Northamptonshire25 Sep 2010
The SwanMaidstone, Kent24 Sep 2010
The Lord NelsonBrentford, Greater London09 Jul 2009
The Samuel PetoFolkestone, Kent15 Oct 2008
The CoveCovent Garden, Central London26 Apr 2008
Ship InnPentewan, Cornwall28 May 2007
The Ship InnMousehole, Cornwall27 Apr 2007
The White HorseDover, Kent27 May 2006

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.

Lincolnshire Poacher, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

MickNot Tried13 Oct 2011

The Phoenix, Canterbury, Kent

AndrewNot Tried24 Jun 2011
AndrewGood28 Apr 2011 A nice clean pint of this light brown bitter. Reminiscent of a tin mine.
AndrewNot Tried28 Mar 2011
AndrewNot Tried29 Oct 2010
AlenomoreExcellent23 Jul 2010
IanNot Tried22 Jul 2010
ChrisEGood05 Jul 2010 A session beer, deep amber in colour, malty, nutty flavour.
AndrewNot Tried29 Jun 2010

Punchbowl & Ladle, Penelewey, Cornwall

davidg83Good12 Jun 2011 Medium brown colour. Light smooth session ale. Sweet nose with lasting thin head. Easy drink.

The New Inn, Canterbury, Kent

BrianNot Tried15 Mar 2011

Rushden Historical Transport Society, Rushden, Northamptonshire

StephenNot Tried25 Sep 2010

The Swan, Maidstone, Kent

ChrisEExcellent24 Sep 2010 Selling very well in here.

The Lord Nelson, Brentford, Greater London

Martin the MildmanAcceptable09 Jul 2009 Dry standard bitter. My score 13/20.

The Samuel Peto, Folkestone, Kent

IanGood15 Oct 2008 Classic session bitter, with some malt, hop and yeast character. Cracking condition. Yes, it’s not a whole lot of flavour or too exciting, but what it does, it does well.

The Cove, Covent Garden, Central London

AndrewNot Tried26 Apr 2008

Ship Inn, Pentewan, Cornwall

SteveExcellent28 May 2007 Once again excellent me and Gail didn't take long to drink a couple
SteveExcellent26 May 2007 First two didn't touch the sides a smooth well balanced malty taste

The Ship Inn, Mousehole, Cornwall

AndrewGood27 Apr 2007 Lovely session bitter and my favourite of the St Austel range. Tastes of watery malt and apple-skin hops.

The White Horse, Dover, Kent

AndrewAcceptable27 May 2006 Way too cold. Wimpy malt and sickly hops. I've had this in Cornwall where it was lovely. Shame really

St Austell Tinner's Ale

3.70% ABV.

We have tried this beer 11 times.

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

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