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ABInBev Boddingtons

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Cricketers ArmsKeighley, West Yorkshire27 Mar 2010
Swan with Two NicksWorcester, Worcestershire07 Nov 2009
The WindmillStansted Airport, Essex31 Aug 2006
The Red Lion InnCulross, Fife06 Jul 2006
The John Wallis (formerly Man of Kent)Ashford, Kent13 Aug 2005

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.

Cricketers Arms, Keighley, West Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried27 Mar 2010

Swan with Two Nicks, Worcester, Worcestershire

AndrewNot Tried07 Nov 2009

The Windmill, Stansted Airport, Essex

AndrewNot Tried31 Aug 2006

The Red Lion Inn, Culross, Fife

CharlesGood06 Jul 2006 Despite being the worst pouring of a pint I have ever seen the taste was quite acceptable. Only one hand pump here in a fairly busy little pub and the bar maid was cheered by the fact that it was a busy day so their one real ale would soon run out (this was about 3pm). Watched in horror (trying not to laugh) as our pints were poured with rapid and vigorous yanking while trails of froth fell into four pint pots far below. A rather old looking and torn beer mat was then used to hold back the froth as the contents of the various pint pots were decanted together to make two full pints.

The John Wallis (formerly Man of Kent), Ashford, Kent

IanPoor13 Aug 2005 A pale shadow of what it used to be.

ABInBev Boddingtons

4.10% ABV.

Refreshing, smooth & sessionable beer. It is renowned for its golden color, full-bodied flavour and malty, morish taste with smooth, tight creamy head. Brewed in Manchester since 1778, Boddingtons has an ABV content of 3.8% and 4.1% in cask.

We have tried this beer twice.

We have given this beer an average score of Acceptable.

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