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Oakham Oblivion

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
Pelt TraderCity, Central London12 Dec 2016
The Brewery TapPeterborough, Cambridgeshire30 Oct 2016
The PubLeicester, Leicestershire26 Mar 2010
Broood@ Vin QuatreLeicester, Leicestershire24 Jul 2009
The New CrownSouthgate, Greater London15 Mar 2009
Swan & RushesLeicester, Leicestershire13 Mar 2009
Cambridge Beer Festival 2008Cambridge, Cambridgeshire23 May 2008
White Cliffs Beer Festival 2008Dover, Kent01 Feb 2008
White Cliffs Beer Festival 2007Dover, Kent02 Feb 2007

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.

Pelt Trader, City, Central London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Stephen HarrisNot Tried12 Dec 2016

The Brewery Tap, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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Philip PirripNot Tried30 Oct 2016
Philip PirripGood30 Oct 2016

The Pub, Leicester, Leicestershire

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StuNot Tried26 Mar 2010

Broood@ Vin Quatre, Leicester, Leicestershire

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StuNot Tried24 Jul 2009
StuExcellent01 May 2009 Mid copper colour,with hoppy grapefruit bitterness and malty caramel taste.

The New Crown, Southgate, Greater London

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IanGood15 Mar 2009 Good toffee, but on its last legs and soon replaced by the Attila.

Swan & Rushes, Leicester, Leicestershire

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DubbelExcellent13 Mar 2009 Strong and powerful copper ale with plum and greengage fruit notes.

Cambridge Beer Festival 2008, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

WhoScoreWhenNotes
IanExceptional23 May 2008 Beer of the festival. I had this 3 times at least and bottled some for the journey home. Lots of American grapefruit hop, resiny, piney and then this warming alcoholic effect. Simply gorgeous stuff.

White Cliffs Beer Festival 2008, Dover, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
IanExceptional01 Feb 2008 It was brilliant last year and it was again this year. Typical Oakhams fantastic grapefruit aroma. Just my perfect beer.

White Cliffs Beer Festival 2007, Dover, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
BrianExceptional02 Feb 2007 Chestnut brown. Pine fresh aroma, back of the throat bitterness. Stunner, the best of the ales that I tried by a distance.
IanExceptional02 Feb 2007 As it seems to be always with me, I have an Oakham beer as the first beer of a festival and almost always ends up being beer of the festival for me. Does this one? Not sure yet. Deep chestnut colour with lasting bubbly beige head. Trademark grapefruit. Unbelievably hoppy for a British beer. Good toffeeish malt. Nice mixed finish. Grapefruit leafyness is lovely. Great resiny pine throughout.

Oakham Oblivion

5.70% ABV.

We have tried this beer 8 times.

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

Other Oakham beers.