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York (now brewed at Black Sheep) Constantine

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Bridge End InnRuabon, Denbighshire27 Sep 2012
Last Drop InnYork, North Yorkshire17 May 2012
Mr Foley's Cask Ale HouseLeeds, West Yorkshire11 Apr 2011
The Crown HotelUppingham, Rutland09 Oct 2010
Jolly FarmerDalton, North Yorkshire01 Nov 2009
White Hart InnMargaretting Tye, Essex20 Sep 2009
Royal OakOckbrook, Derbyshire15 Jul 2009
The Head of SteamNewcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear14 Jul 2009
Thomas BecketCanterbury, Kent27 Jun 2009
The Crosse KeysCity, Central London26 Feb 2009

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 Bridge End Inn, Ruabon, Denbighshire

Bear & Ragged StaffGood27 Sep 2012 Malty bitter, getting lots of berry flavours coming through which I don't remember from last time I had this. Bit thin on body.
Bear & Ragged StaffGood26 Apr 2012 Malty with hints of other flavours, shame the other flavours weren't more forthcoming. Still good.

Last Drop Inn, York, North Yorkshire

ChrisENot Tried17 May 2012
DubbelExcellent05 Oct 2009 Really nice mid-coloured, fruity creamy bitter that hits all the right spots. A beer I would be happy to drink regularly.

Mr Foley's Cask Ale House, Leeds, West Yorkshire

AndrewAcceptable11 Apr 2011 Soft mouth feel, hint of dark red fruit. Quite a leafy hop finish.

The Crown Hotel, Uppingham, Rutland

StephenNot Tried09 Oct 2010

Jolly Farmer, Dalton, North Yorkshire

WittendenExcellent01 Nov 2009 An amber, malty bitter: a hint of citrus, followed by a dry finish.

White Hart Inn, Margaretting Tye, Essex

AndrewNot Tried20 Sep 2009

Royal Oak, Ockbrook, Derbyshire

IanNot Tried15 Jul 2009

The Head of Steam, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear

Flying.geordieAcceptable14 Jul 2009

Thomas Becket, Canterbury, Kent

BrianGood27 Jun 2009 Somewhere between good and excellent, badged as 3.9%. Copper colour, thin white head, malty, yeasty aroma, but quite good body and a mild bitterness. Could have sunk a few.

The Crosse Keys, City, Central London

IanAcceptable26 Feb 2009 Copper, thick beige head. Good condition. Bit of earthy caramel on aroma, interesting hops. OK.

York (now brewed at Black Sheep) Constantine

4.30% ABV.

We have tried this beer 8 times.

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

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