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Cotleigh Tawny

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Black FriarBlackfriars, Central London06 Jun 2019
The Brewery TapChester, Cheshire10 Jan 2019
The Crown InnTheale, Berkshire21 Jun 2017
The Old ButtermarketCanterbury, Kent26 Jan 2017
Cock InnCockfosters, Greater London12 Jan 2017
London TavernMargate, Kent30 Dec 2015
The Congress InnStoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire08 Aug 2013
Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway Beer Festival 2013Sittingbourne, Kent06 Jul 2013
Golden LionRochford, Essex04 Mar 2013
Bridge HotelNewcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear14 May 2012
Southampton ArmsGospel Oak, Greater London09 Feb 2012
The Flower PotMaidstone, Kent05 Feb 2012
The Tom Cobley TavernSpreyton, Devon24 Jun 2011
The TracksideBury, Greater Manchester12 Dec 2010
The Muggleton InnMaidstone, Kent25 Aug 2010
The Humphrey BeanTonbridge, Kent07 Aug 2010
The DrumLeyton, Greater London03 Aug 2010
The Society RoomsMaidstone, Kent29 Jul 2010
The Archibald SimpsonAberdeen, Aberdeenshire03 Jul 2010
Dartford Beer Festival 2010Dartford, Kent05 Jun 2010
The River BarSouthwark, Central London05 Nov 2008
The Earl of DalkeithKettering, Northamptonshire04 Jul 2008
The Crosse KeysCity, Central London31 Mar 2006
The County HotelAshford, Kent26 Mar 2006

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 Black Friar, Blackfriars, Central London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried06 Jun 2019

The Brewery Tap, Chester, Cheshire

Stephen HarrisNot Tried10 Jan 2019

The Crown Inn, Theale, Berkshire

Jack WilliamNot Tried21 Jun 2017

The Old Buttermarket, Canterbury, Kent

AndrewGood26 Jan 2017 Nice brown bitter

Cock Inn, Cockfosters, Greater London

ChrisENot Tried12 Jan 2017

London Tavern, Margate, Kent

ChrisEGood30 Dec 2015

The Congress Inn, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire

Nick WillisNot Tried08 Aug 2013

Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway Beer Festival 2013, Sittingbourne, Kent

oz11Not Tried06 Jul 2013

Golden Lion, Rochford, Essex

BullsGood04 Mar 2013

Bridge Hotel, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear

Philip PirripNot Tried14 May 2012

Southampton Arms, Gospel Oak, Greater London

Stephen HarrisNot Tried09 Feb 2012

The Flower Pot, Maidstone, Kent

PedroExcellent05 Feb 2012
PedroExcellent04 Feb 2012
PedroExcellent03 Feb 2012
PedroExcellent22 Dec 2009

The Tom Cobley Tavern, Spreyton, Devon

StuNot Tried24 Jun 2011

The Trackside, Bury, Greater Manchester

pavorossiGood12 Dec 2010

The Muggleton Inn, Maidstone, Kent

PedroGood25 Aug 2010

The Humphrey Bean, Tonbridge, Kent

Martin the MildmanGood07 Aug 2010 Good well balanced traditional bitter, quite malty with some hoppiness in the finish. My score 15/20.

The Drum, Leyton, Greater London

ChrisEExcellent03 Aug 2010

The Society Rooms, Maidstone, Kent

AlenomoreExcellent29 Jul 2010 On form.

The Archibald Simpson, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

RayNot Tried03 Jul 2010

Dartford Beer Festival 2010, Dartford, Kent

AlenomoreNot Tried05 Jun 2010

The River Bar, Southwark, Central London

DubbelGood05 Nov 2008 Malty chestnut-coloured session bitter served in very good nick.

The Earl of Dalkeith, Kettering, Northamptonshire

StephenExcellent04 Jul 2008 Lovely yet again
StephenExcellent01 Jul 2008 What a mouthfull lovely session ale full of flavour

The Crosse Keys, City, Central London

IanNot Tried31 Mar 2006

The County Hotel, Ashford, Kent

IanNot Tried26 Mar 2006
IanExcellent14 Jan 2006 Brownish copper colour with lasting bubbly beige head. Iíve always liked Cotleigh beers and this is no exception. Good hop/malt mix on the aroma. Hops have some earthiness. Malts are juicy and full in mouth. Finish has drying hop and a bit of herb. Fruits are red berry, bit of pear and red apple. Excellent session beer.

Cotleigh Tawny

3.80% ABV.

A West Country classic, well balanced light copper coloured bitter brewed using local malted barley and English whole hops. A subtle hop palate which blends with the sweetness of the malt, to give a beautiful and balanced bitter..

We have tried this beer 16 times.

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

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