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Museum Worthingtons White Shield

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Brewery TapBurton upon Trent, Staffordshire01 May 2011
GreyhoundBoundary, Leicestershire25 Mar 2011
The Old ButtermarketCanterbury, Kent27 Dec 2010
White RabbitMaidstone, Kent23 Oct 2009
The BullHorton Kirby, Kent20 Aug 2009
White Cliffs Beer Festival 2009Dover, Kent06 Feb 2009
The White HorseParsons Green, Greater London29 Nov 2008
Nottingham Beer Festival 2005Nottingham, Nottinghamshire22 Oct 2005

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 Brewery Tap, Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire

GarryNot Tried01 May 2011
GarryNot Tried06 Mar 2011
GarryNot Tried27 Feb 2011
GarryNot Tried29 Jan 2011
GarryNot Tried20 Jan 2011
GarryGood19 Nov 2010 Always a battle with this beer as powerful, slightly yeasty but drinkable if a headsplitter

Greyhound, Boundary, Leicestershire

MisterRYoungGood25 Mar 2011
GarryExcellent02 Feb 2011 Very pleasant, not overwhelming at all for such a strong beer. Lovely feel at the back of the throat

The Old Buttermarket, Canterbury, Kent

Martin the MildmanNot Tried27 Dec 2010

White Rabbit, Maidstone, Kent

PedroExcellent23 Oct 2009 Alas last one of cask, but at least I got to try the draught version !

The Bull, Horton Kirby, Kent

PedroNot Tried20 Aug 2009
DubbelNot Tried20 Aug 2009
DubbelExcellent19 Aug 2009 Spicy classical ale with no-nonsense English hops. Complex and mysterious palate but very drinkable all the same.

White Cliffs Beer Festival 2009, Dover, Kent

AndrewExceptional06 Feb 2009 Buscuity malt with raspberry and white pepper. Good deep resonating finish

The White Horse, Parsons Green, Greater London

DubbelAcceptable29 Nov 2008 Biggest disappointment of the day, didn't deliver.

Nottingham Beer Festival 2005, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

IanExcellent22 Oct 2005 Slightly hazy but I had been waiting 3 days to get my hands on this, so I didnít mind that it wasnít quite ready yet. Hazy orange colour, no head. Good hoppy, fruity nose. Good citrus fruits and some sweet strawberry which carry on to a zesty finish. Grapes in the fruit mix as well

Museum Worthingtons White Shield

5.60% ABV.

Classic Burton beer.

We have tried this beer 8 times.

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

Other Museum beers.