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PubAddressLast Visit Seen
28th Luton Beer and Cider FestivalLuton, Bedfordshire25 Feb 2011
The Flower PotMaidstone, Kent19 Feb 2011
The Last InnOswestry, Shropshire13 Feb 2011
The White HorseParsons Green, Greater London25 Jan 2011
The County HotelAshford, Kent17 Nov 2010
The Muggleton InnMaidstone, Kent11 Nov 2010
The Samuel PetoFolkestone, Kent10 Nov 2010
The Archibald SimpsonAberdeen, Aberdeenshire09 Nov 2010
The ParamountManchester, Greater Manchester07 Nov 2010
The Society RoomsMaidstone, Kent06 Nov 2010
The Isaac WilsonMiddlesbrough, North Yorkshire06 Nov 2010
The Justice MillAberdeen, Aberdeenshire04 Nov 2010
The King Johns TavernHartlepool, Durham30 Oct 2010
The Thomas IngoldsbyCanterbury, Kent29 Oct 2010
The Art Picture HouseBury, Greater Manchester27 Oct 2010
The TracksideBury, Greater Manchester17 Oct 2010
Rushden Historical Transport SocietyRushden, Northamptonshire11 Sep 2010
The RakeSouthwark, Central London08 Sep 2009
Krakatoa (formerly The Moorings Bar)Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire04 Sep 2009
The BullHorton Kirby, Kent06 Jun 2009
Reading Beer Festival 2008Reading, Berkshire02 May 2008

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.

28th Luton Beer and Cider Festival, Luton, Bedfordshire

thebrewingmanExcellent25 Feb 2011 A superb mild with lots of flavour.

The Flower Pot, Maidstone, Kent

AngieNot Tried19 Feb 2011
IanExcellent19 Feb 2011 Hit of grapefruit hop on aroma and choccy malts. Great condition. Lovely beer
PedroExcellent19 Feb 2011
DosserExceptional16 Feb 2011
AngieNot Tried11 Oct 2010
AlenomoreNot Tried10 Oct 2010 Alas, just gone.
DosserExceptional09 Oct 2010
PedroNot Tried08 Oct 2010
AlenomoreExceptional07 Oct 2010 New ABV, now up to 3.2%. From the UK's most adventurous craft brewer, another excellent, dark type. Very like a Belgium Dubbel.
PedroExcellent30 Sep 2010
PedroExcellent29 Sep 2010 This is this year's 3.2% version !
AngieExceptional29 Sep 2010 Out of this world. Just a little weak for this lady
DosserNot Tried27 Sep 2010

The Last Inn, Oswestry, Shropshire

Bear & Ragged StaffExcellent13 Feb 2011 Wow! So much flanour for just 3.2%. Licquorice and burnt caramel in this dark bitter. Despite the low ABV, not a session beer. This beer epitonises the art of excellent craft brewing.

The White Horse, Parsons Green, Greater London

IanNot Tried25 Jan 2011

The County Hotel, Ashford, Kent

IanExcellent17 Nov 2010 Hoppy as hell but not a mild in anyone's dictionary

The Muggleton Inn, Maidstone, Kent

AlenomoreExceptional11 Nov 2010 No contest again tonite!
AlenomoreExceptional10 Nov 2010 The ONLY beer worth sampling in here tonite. Stunningly good.

The Samuel Peto, Folkestone, Kent

IanGood10 Nov 2010 I mean its a good beer but way too hoppy to be a mild. Like Dark Star Over the Moon its a dark bitter.

The Archibald Simpson, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

McGargleNot Tried09 Nov 2010

The Paramount, Manchester, Greater Manchester

pavorossiNot Tried07 Nov 2010

The Society Rooms, Maidstone, Kent

AlenomoreNot Tried06 Nov 2010
AlenomoreNot Tried05 Nov 2010
AlenomoreNot Tried04 Nov 2010
AlenomoreExceptional03 Nov 2010 A final nightcap and A1 condition.
AlenomoreExceptional02 Nov 2010 Last orders and just time to sneak a pint of this deliciously dark offering from my favourite craft brewery?

The Isaac Wilson, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire

McGargleNot Tried06 Nov 2010

The Justice Mill, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

RayNot Tried04 Nov 2010

The King Johns Tavern, Hartlepool, Durham

McGarglePoor30 Oct 2010 First tasting since abv was boosted from 2.7%. Gone are the the dark fruity flavours, body and smooth mouthfeel replaced by dominant chocolate and not much else. A change for the worse for one of my all time favourites.

The Thomas Ingoldsby, Canterbury, Kent

IanExcellent29 Oct 2010 I mean it's not a mild as it's too hoppy. It's a dark bitter but a very good one.

The Art Picture House, Bury, Greater Manchester

pavorossiNot Tried27 Oct 2010

The Trackside, Bury, Greater Manchester

pavorossiExcellent17 Oct 2010
pavorossiExcellent16 Oct 2010

Rushden Historical Transport Society, Rushden, Northamptonshire

StephenExcellent11 Sep 2010 Well balanced and full of flavour good body for the abv

The Rake, Southwark, Central London

IanNot Tried08 Sep 2009
IanGood17 May 2008 I had this at Reading, but decided to have it again in case I hadn't been fair on it. Very drinkable mild with nice toasty roastiness.

Krakatoa (formerly The Moorings Bar), Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

RayGood04 Sep 2009 Slightly lacking in body and depth but that's only relative. Perhaps, getting tired.
McGargleExceptional22 Jul 2009 Another exceptional ale from the BrewDog alchemists. Pours almost black with long lasting creamy head this is a mild at 2.7%; full bodied, fruity and with a long dry finish. Totally moreish and £1.80 a pint.

The Bull, Horton Kirby, Kent

AndrewGood06 Jun 2009 Coffee, inside of a 70's games room, grapefruit.
Martin the MildmanExcellent06 Jun 2009 Lots of fruit and malt, good body for its strength.

Reading Beer Festival 2008, Reading, Berkshire

IanGood02 May 2008 Very dark brown, bubbly beige head. Some hops on aroma. Some grainy choc and cereal. It's not a bad little mild, bit grainy, but fine. Bit smokey, some hop on finish. Didn't think it matched up to all the hype it had been getting.

BrewDog Edge

3.20% ABV.

We have tried this beer 27 times.

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

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