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Shepherd Neame Double Stout (superseded by 4% version)

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The SwanMaidstone, Kent03 Apr 2011
ParrotCanterbury, Kent26 Mar 2011
The Cock InnBoughton Monchelsea, Kent25 Mar 2011
Wandsworth Common Beer FestivalWandsworth, Greater London24 Mar 2011
Bishops FingerCanterbury, Kent27 Mar 2010
The UnicornBekesbourne, Kent27 Mar 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 Swan, Maidstone, Kent

PedroNot Tried03 Apr 2011
AlenomoreExcellent27 Mar 2010 Still on and still in good nick!
MattPoor26 Mar 2010 Lifeless and slightly tart!!!
AlenomoreExceptional25 Mar 2010 Surprised this seasonal was still on, and still in excellant condition. Seemed to taste even better than last weeks sample, no doubt due to the good cellarman here!
AlenomoreGood17 Mar 2010 On for my late evening visit, found Sheps' seasonal, usually around for Paddys week, but nothing special, very thin compared, and not much going on compared to other stouts I've sampled.

Parrot, Canterbury, Kent

Martin the MildmanExcellent26 Mar 2011 A good roasty, black stout with dark chocolate and coffee flavours present. Finish is dryish and roasty. My score 16/20.

The Cock Inn, Boughton Monchelsea, Kent

DosserAcceptable25 Mar 2011 Watery double stout lacking any body or real flavour. 4.1% saves Sheps even more tax.
PedroExcellent24 Mar 2011

Wandsworth Common Beer Festival, Wandsworth, Greater London

thebrewingmanGood24 Mar 2011

Bishops Finger, Canterbury, Kent

BlairGood27 Mar 2010 Dark slightly tart stout, a little lacking in flavour but that really is only a small niggle. Roasted malt dominates with a smooth slightly creamy finish. Actually pretty good.
IanGood20 Mar 2010 I thought that this was even better than the day before. Really good roasted malts, even if they are slightly harsh on the finish.
IanGood19 Mar 2010 Black, with brown edges, lasting cream head. Decent dry stout, lots of burnt roast malt on finish. Aroma of choc and roast malt. Very burnt and roast with some body but the burnt malt dominates just a touch too much. But still really good and I sank a pint inn 5 mins no problem.

The Unicorn, Bekesbourne, Kent

BlairNot Tried27 Mar 2010 Coming soon.

Shepherd Neame Double Stout (superseded by 4% version)

4.30% ABV.

We have tried this beer 11 times.

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

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