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Marston's Wicked Witch

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The AngelLymington, Hampshire05 Nov 2011
The PheasantAshford, Kent24 Oct 2010
The Thomas IngoldsbyCanterbury, Kent28 Oct 2006
The Samuel PetoFolkestone, Kent20 Oct 2006
The Society RoomsMaidstone, Kent02 Nov 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 Angel, Lymington, Hampshire

MattY1Undrinkable05 Nov 2011 Straight away as I lifted the glass to my lips i could smell vinegar and after my first sip I was not wrong, strong acidic taste, I took the pint back to the bar and explained that the beer was clearly off, i was asked " what's wrong with it" after a brief conversation I decided to leave and upon leaving noticed most people were drinking coffee???

The Pheasant, Ashford, Kent

IanAcceptable24 Oct 2010 Now only 4.2% down from the original 4.6% ABV. It's a dark brown best bitter with some sting on the finish. Fine if unremarkable.

The Thomas Ingoldsby, Canterbury, Kent

AndrewNot Tried28 Oct 2006

The Samuel Peto, Folkestone, Kent

IanNot Tried20 Oct 2006

The Society Rooms, Maidstone, Kent

IanAcceptable02 Nov 2005 Chestnut colour with very thin bubbly beige head. Slightly yeasty nose. Some caramel, some fragrant hop. slightly sour in mouth with drying hop finish and more yeast. Fine. Good finish. In fact middle and end are better than the start

Marston's Wicked Witch

4.60% ABV.

This is a rich russet-brown coloured beer, its complex malt and Fuggles and Goldings hops flavours combining to make an autumnal delight, with a warming character and a good strength.

We have tried this beer 3 times.

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

Other Marston's beers.