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Titanic Black Ice

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Furze WrenBexleyheath, Greater London20 Mar 2018
The Watch HouseLewisham, Greater London28 Feb 2018
The HarpCharing Cross, Central London04 Mar 2017
The Dog & BellDeptford, Greater London23 Dec 2016
The Hyde TavernWinchester, Hampshire02 Jan 2016
York TapYork, North Yorkshire11 Sep 2014
The Hovelling Boat InnRamsgate, Kent18 Apr 2013
The TalbotBrockley, Greater London30 Mar 2013
Wandsworth Common Beer FestivalWandsworth, Greater London29 Mar 2013
The George & DragonFordwich, Kent28 Mar 2013
The WellingtonBirmingham, West Midlands11 Feb 2013
The Sussex ArmsTwickenham, Greater London18 Dec 2012
The White StarStoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire17 Dec 2012
The Last InnOswestry, Shropshire09 Feb 2012
The Samuel PetoFolkestone, Kent27 Jan 2010
The County HotelAshford, Kent18 Jan 2010

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 Furze Wren, Bexleyheath, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried20 Mar 2018

The Watch House, Lewisham, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried28 Feb 2018
Philip PirripGood25 Feb 2018

The Harp, Charing Cross, Central London

Philip PirripNot Tried04 Mar 2017

The Dog & Bell, Deptford, Greater London

AndrewExcellent23 Dec 2016 Black slightly sour porter.

The Hyde Tavern, Winchester, Hampshire

ChrisEExcellent02 Jan 2016 Brought up from the cellar.

York Tap, York, North Yorkshire

HSBNot Tried11 Sep 2014
HSBNot Tried03 Jul 2013

The Hovelling Boat Inn, Ramsgate, Kent

ChrisEGood18 Apr 2013
HSBExcellent18 Apr 2013

The Talbot, Brockley, Greater London

Philip PirripNot Tried30 Mar 2013

Wandsworth Common Beer Festival, Wandsworth, Greater London

thebrewingmanGood29 Mar 2013 A black bitter. I think it has lost its way a bit and doesn't know what it wants to be.

The George & Dragon, Fordwich, Kent

AndrewExceptional28 Mar 2013 Wow. As good as the last time I had it in the Mogul in Dover 10 years ago. Roasted honey richness with burnt treacle bitter finish

The Wellington, Birmingham, West Midlands

Philip PirripNot Tried11 Feb 2013

The Sussex Arms, Twickenham, Greater London

Martin the MildmanAcceptable18 Dec 2012 Hoppy black beer, but without any malt flavours to speak of. Dry, hoppy finish. My score 14/20.

The White Star, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Philip PirripNot Tried17 Dec 2012
Philip PirripNot Tried26 Nov 2012
Philip PirripExcellent03 Oct 2012 Smooth tasting and hardly touched the sides

The Last Inn, Oswestry, Shropshire

Bear & Ragged StaffExceptional09 Feb 2012 When I tried Black Ice before, it was a fresh barrel. This was reflected by the crisp, fresh flavours. The pint I had today was from a barrel that has been on for six days. What a revelation, the flavours had become roumded and smooth and a momentary grassy sweetness had developed. Absolutely delicious. If I remeber correctly, Titanic Plum Porter was at its best after several days.
Bear & Ragged StaffExcellent05 Feb 2012 Dark and full of flavour without being overpowering. Not too sweet and a reasonable bitter finish. Excellent.
Bear & Ragged StaffExcellent11 Mar 2011 Wonderful dark flavours, well balanced and good body. Lives up to its notoriety.

The Samuel Peto, Folkestone, Kent

ChrisENot Tried27 Jan 2010
IanExceptional22 Jan 2010 Just one of the best cask beers in Britain, why isn't this brewed more? The malts, the mouthfeel the hops on the end? great.

The County Hotel, Ashford, Kent

IanExceptional18 Jan 2010 I wish I could say why this beer is so good. Aroma is just right in terms of roasted malt and a little bit of hop, but it's not a big or huge aroma, the body though is where it wins so well, the mouthfeel is simply sublime, I don't know any other dark beer that has such a great blend of dry malts and roasted malts and juiciness. Then the finish has a little hop, a little black cherry. As I say I don't know a beer like it.
IanExceptional17 Jan 2010 8 years since I last had it and it is still one of the best dark beers I've ever had. Good choc, black cherry, good solid choc cake sponge like malts, decent burnt finish.

Titanic Black Ice

4.10% ABV.

We have tried this beer 15 times.

We have given this beer an average score of Excellent.

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