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Theakston Grouse Beater

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Wellington ArmsBedford, Bedfordshire27 Aug 2015
Bricklayers ArmsBeckenham, Greater London01 Sep 2013
The Kings ArmsOffham, Kent21 Aug 2013
Newport Ale HouseNewport, Isle of Wight03 Aug 2013
The Ostrich InnPeterborough, Cambridgeshire02 Aug 2013
The Frog & Orange (formerly Green Man)Shatterling, Kent15 Aug 2012
The Yeoman (previously Lion of Kent, Kentish Yeoman).Bearsted, Kent11 Aug 2012
Bull's HeadPratt's Bottom, Kent10 Sep 2010
The Rising SunEast Malling, Kent04 Sep 2010
The Society RoomsMaidstone, Kent12 Apr 2010
The New Cross TurnpikeWelling, Greater London10 Apr 2010
The Flying BoatDartford, Kent10 Apr 2010
The Paper MoonDartford, Kent10 Apr 2010
Montefiore ArmsRamsgate, Kent28 Sep 2008
The Muggleton InnMaidstone, 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 Wellington Arms, Bedford, Bedfordshire

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HSBNot Tried27 Aug 2015

Bricklayers Arms, Beckenham, Greater London

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Philip PirripNot Tried01 Sep 2013

The Kings Arms, Offham, Kent

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Judy G GarlandNot Tried21 Aug 2013
PedroNot Tried19 Aug 2013

Newport Ale House, Newport, Isle of Wight

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried03 Aug 2013

The Ostrich Inn, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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Stephen HarrisNot Tried02 Aug 2013

The Frog & Orange (formerly Green Man), Shatterling, Kent

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AndrewAcceptable15 Aug 2012 This was one of the most bizarre beers I've had. It looked in really good condition and smelt of sherbet BUT the taste was of sharp lemon and sherbet to the point that I couldn't decide if there was a lot of vinegar in it. As a beer, I couldn't work it out and to be honest I didn't fancy trying. Given that I can't work out if it was off I'll give it a score of Acceptable but it was touch and go whether I gave it a "poor".

The Yeoman (previously Lion of Kent, Kentish Yeoman)., Bearsted, Kent

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PedroGood11 Aug 2012

Bull's Head, Pratt's Bottom, Kent

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PedroNot Tried10 Sep 2010

The Rising Sun, East Malling, Kent

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AlenomoreNot Tried04 Sep 2010

The Society Rooms, Maidstone, Kent

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AlenomoreExcellent12 Apr 2010 Very nice ale.
AlenomoreNot Tried11 Apr 2010

The New Cross Turnpike, Welling, Greater London

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AlenomoreNot Tried10 Apr 2010

The Flying Boat, Dartford, Kent

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AlenomoreNot Tried10 Apr 2010

The Paper Moon, Dartford, Kent

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AlenomoreNot Tried10 Apr 2010

Montefiore Arms, Ramsgate, Kent

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BlairAcceptable28 Sep 2008 Extremely odd. It was like drinking custard. I like my beer to taste like beer, not a dessert. Not for me.

The Muggleton Inn, Maidstone, Kent

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IanAcceptable02 Nov 2005 Gold/copper colour with thin bubbly off white head. Very perfumed aroma, rose petals and peach/apricot/nectarine fruit. Fine in mouth with some bitterness. Finish has more fresh stone fruit and hop bitterness. Simply bizarre. Good bitter with peach/apricot and nectarine flavours all over it.

Theakston Grouse Beater

4.20% ABV.

This is a golden, mid-gravity bitter, with initial sweetness balanced by a moderate hop bitterness. Dry-hopped with Fuggles hops to give a delicate aroma, complemented by a subtle hint of moorland berry, a favourite with grouse.

We have tried this beer 5 times.

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

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