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Wadworth St. George & the Dragon

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Good IntentRochester, Kent02 Jul 2019
The LambMarlborough, Wiltshire03 May 2019
The ForesterEaling, Greater London02 May 2018
The John Wallis (formerly Man of Kent)Ashford, Kent28 Apr 2018
The White SwanCharlton, Greater London09 Apr 2017
The Blue AnchorBrabourne Lees, Kent13 May 2015
WoolpackRothwell, Northamptonshire04 May 2015
The BullWoolwich, Greater London24 Apr 2015
Northumberland ArmsFitzrovia, Central London22 Apr 2015
Smiths TavernAshbourne, Derbyshire18 Apr 2015
Blacksmiths ArmsWillesborough, Kent13 Apr 2015
AlbionEpsom, Surrey24 Mar 2015
The Cutter InnEly, Cambridgeshire29 Apr 2014
Mariner Inn (formerly Ancient Mariner Inn)Old Hunstanton, Norfolk21 Apr 2014
The Sovereign of the SeasPetts Wood, Greater London25 Apr 2013
The Market PorterSouthwark, Central London22 Apr 2013
The Greyhound InnCoventry, West Midlands20 Apr 2013
Millwright ArmsWarwick, Warwickshire20 Apr 2013
The Rising SunEast Malling, Kent26 Apr 2012
The CockpitCity, Central London25 Apr 2012
The BullBarming, Kent13 Apr 2012
The Bree LouiseEuston, Central London11 May 2010
Three CrownsDevizes, Wiltshire30 Apr 2010
The Red CowRichmond, Greater London28 Apr 2010
Bayshill InnCheltenham, Gloucestershire27 Apr 2010
The Churchill TavernRamsgate, Kent23 Apr 2008
The County HotelAshford, Kent23 Apr 2007
The GeorgeBethersden, Kent20 Apr 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.

The Good Intent, Rochester, Kent

ChrisEExcellent02 Jul 2019
Philip PirripNot Tried29 Apr 2014

The Lamb, Marlborough, Wiltshire

Magnus GreelNot Tried03 May 2019

The Forester, Ealing, Greater London

Magnus GreelNot Tried02 May 2018

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

ChrisEAcceptable28 Apr 2018

The White Swan, Charlton, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried09 Apr 2017

The Blue Anchor, Brabourne Lees, Kent

ChrisEGood13 May 2015 I am not normally a fan of Wadworth beers but I really enjoyed this one.

Woolpack, Rothwell, Northamptonshire

HSBNot Tried04 May 2015

The Bull, Woolwich, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried24 Apr 2015

Northumberland Arms, Fitzrovia, Central London

Philip PirripPoor22 Apr 2015 Hazy, sweetish, lacklustre

Smiths Tavern, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

StuNot Tried18 Apr 2015

Blacksmiths Arms, Willesborough, Kent

TrevorGood13 Apr 2015

Albion, Epsom, Surrey

HSBNot Tried24 Mar 2015

The Cutter Inn, Ely, Cambridgeshire

HSBAcceptable29 Apr 2014

Mariner Inn (formerly Ancient Mariner Inn), Old Hunstanton, Norfolk

StuNot Tried21 Apr 2014

The Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood, Greater London

oz11Not Tried25 Apr 2013
oz11Not Tried24 Apr 2013

The Market Porter, Southwark, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried22 Apr 2013

The Greyhound Inn, Coventry, West Midlands

Stephen HarrisNot Tried20 Apr 2013

Millwright Arms, Warwick, Warwickshire

BullsGood20 Apr 2013

The Rising Sun, East Malling, Kent

PedroExcellent26 Apr 2012

The Cockpit, City, Central London

Stephen HarrisAcceptable25 Apr 2012 Copper-coloured and biscuit malty. Hint of hop. Nothing special.

The Bull, Barming, Kent

PedroNot Tried13 Apr 2012

The Bree Louise, Euston, Central London

ChrisENot Tried11 May 2010
IanNot Tried24 Apr 2008

Three Crowns, Devizes, Wiltshire

ChrisENot Tried30 Apr 2010

The Red Cow, Richmond, Greater London

James TGood28 Apr 2010

Bayshill Inn, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

StuNot Tried27 Apr 2010

The Churchill Tavern, Ramsgate, Kent

BlairPoor23 Apr 2008 I don't know what possessed me to try this. Wasn't very nice, biscuity with a lot of bitterness. Meh.

The County Hotel, Ashford, Kent

IanGood23 Apr 2007 Also badged as Mann's St George and the Dragon. Copper colour with lasting beige head. Caramel malt. Roasted nuts. The dry roasted peanut thing is bizarre. I can't quite believe it's supposed to be like this. It's ridiculous. The lfavour of malt and peanut makes it unbelievabley drinkable. Definitely will try the other half pint. I had the other half and yes it did taste of dry roasted peanuts.

The George, Bethersden, Kent

IanGood20 Apr 2007 Amber with lasting beige creamy head. Herby earthy hop, slighty yeasty. Hey, it's an English bitter. Some good hedgerow fruit. I would miss this type of beer though if I couldn't have it again.

Wadworth St. George & the Dragon

4.50% ABV.

We have tried this beer 13 times.

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

Other Wadworth beers.