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Bend Brewing Wild Blue Yonder

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The County HotelAshford, Kent29 Apr 2009
The Edmund HalleyLee Green, Greater London22 Apr 2009
Horse & Guardsman (formerly Spoons under the water; The Lord Moon of the Mall)Whitehall, Central London22 Apr 2009
The Ledger BuildingDocklands & Isle of Dogs, Greater London19 Apr 2009
The Society RoomsMaidstone, Kent17 Apr 2009
The Harvest MoonOrpington, Greater London16 Apr 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 County Hotel, Ashford, Kent

IanAcceptable29 Apr 2009 Just thinking about what this beer could have been makes me depressed.

The Edmund Halley, Lee Green, Greater London

DubbelAcceptable22 Apr 2009 Poor example of this beer. I'd have been put off if this was my first go at this speciality brew. But I know its secret. I know how good it can be.

Horse & Guardsman (formerly Spoons under the water; The Lord Moon of the Mall), Whitehall, Central London

DubbelAcceptable22 Apr 2009 Not as good as at Orpington. More metallic tasting, malty and lacking in the hop department.

The Ledger Building, Docklands & Isle of Dogs, Greater London

DubbelNot Tried19 Apr 2009

The Society Rooms, Maidstone, Kent

AndrewPoor17 Apr 2009 A red early hopped Irish style beer. Why? Poor.
IanAcceptable17 Apr 2009 In the style of an amber ale, but lacks the PNW hop kick. Malts are alright, some nice red fruit, some hop dryness, but as I say so disappointing that the brewer hadn’t brought more hops with her. My big hope for this festival dampened by a lack of courage and ambition. Not all of us like bland boring beers.

The Harvest Moon, Orpington, Greater London

DubbelExcellent16 Apr 2009 This is an excellent yankee ale, chocolate brown in colour with an alluring fruity nose and sweet palate and spicy dry hop reprise. Not too daft with the hops. Very drinkable indeed. Even my colleague conceded that it had a lovely flavour, then went back to drinking his Fosters.

Bend Brewing Wild Blue Yonder

4.80% ABV.

We have tried this beer 6 times.

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

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