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Ascot 5/4 Favourite (formerly Alligator Ale)

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The TrafalgarSouth Wimbledon, Greater London02 Dec 2019
The CorryvreckanOban, Argyll and Bute17 Jun 2018
Craft Beer Co.Islington, Central London03 Jul 2016
The Coronation HallSurbiton, Surrey21 Nov 2015
ButlerReading, Berkshire16 Nov 2014
The CornubiaBristol, Avon26 Jun 2014
The FoxTwickenham, Greater London01 Jun 2014
Nags HeadReading, Berkshire03 May 2013
The FeathersWymondham, Norfolk27 Apr 2013
The Grape & GrainCrystal Palace, Greater London26 Mar 2013
The Why NotWestgate-on-Sea, Kent26 Feb 2013
London TavernAttleborough, Norfolk12 Jun 2012
The Last InnOswestry, Shropshire09 Oct 2011
The FalconBattersea, Greater London11 Feb 2011
The Edgar WallaceTemple, Central London09 Mar 2010
SIBA Hop Farm Beer Festival 2008Paddock Wood, Kent29 Aug 2008
Great British Beer Festival 2008Earl's Court, Central London08 Aug 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.

The Trafalgar, South Wimbledon, Greater London

Magnus GreelNot Tried02 Dec 2019
Magnus GreelNot Tried29 Nov 2019

The Corryvreckan, Oban, Argyll and Bute

Jack WilliamAcceptable17 Jun 2018 Fresh on and could have done with waiting, a bit cloudy.

Craft Beer Co., Islington, Central London

Jack WilliamNot Tried03 Jul 2016

The Coronation Hall, Surbiton, Surrey

ChrisENot Tried21 Nov 2015

Butler, Reading, Berkshire

Stephen HarrisNot Tried16 Nov 2014

The Cornubia, Bristol, Avon

Philip PirripNot Tried26 Jun 2014

The Fox, Twickenham, Greater London

TobesExcellent01 Jun 2014

Nags Head, Reading, Berkshire

Philip PirripNot Tried03 May 2013

The Feathers, Wymondham, Norfolk

HSBAcceptable27 Apr 2013 Standard golden ale, not hoppy enough for me.

The Grape & Grain, Crystal Palace, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried26 Mar 2013

The Why Not, Westgate-on-Sea, Kent

Philip PirripAcceptable26 Feb 2013 The Guv said it was not really ready but I tried it anyway

London Tavern, Attleborough, Norfolk

HSBExcellent12 Jun 2012

The Last Inn, Oswestry, Shropshire

Bear & Ragged StaffAcceptable09 Oct 2011 Lots of fruit and malt at first and then a hoppy, slightly bitter and slightly dry finish. Worth another pint.

The Falcon, Battersea, Greater London

PedroNot Tried11 Feb 2011

The Edgar Wallace, Temple, Central London

Martin the MildmanGood09 Mar 2010 Pale and hoppy premium bitter with a dryish finish. My score 15/20.

SIBA Hop Farm Beer Festival 2008, Paddock Wood, Kent

BlairGood29 Aug 2008 This was good. Very refreshing, citrussy with a lot of fruit. Almost a little cloying but not quite. Very nice beer.

Great British Beer Festival 2008, Earl's Court, Central London

IanGood08 Aug 2008 Gold, thin off white ehad. American hops, but not over the top, some good pink grapefruit. Some earthy leafyness. Tasty.

Ascot 5/4 Favourite (formerly Alligator Ale)

4.60% ABV.

We have tried this beer 9 times.

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

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