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Slater's Supreme

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Broken DrumBlackfen, Greater London25 Jul 2016
The HuntsmanCheadle, Staffordshire13 Apr 2014
The Bridge End InnRuabon, Denbighshire29 Dec 2012
The Sir John ArderneNewark, Nottinghamshire02 Sep 2012
Rutland ArmsSheffield, South Yorkshire14 Apr 2012
Ye CrackeLiverpool, Merseyside02 Jan 2008
The Wenlock ArmsHoxton, Central London21 Nov 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 Broken Drum, Blackfen, Greater London

Philip PirripAcceptable25 Jul 2016

The Huntsman, Cheadle, Staffordshire

Nick WillisUndrinkable13 Apr 2014 On the turn, gladly replaced.

The Bridge End Inn, Ruabon, Denbighshire

Bear & Ragged StaffGood29 Dec 2012 I always struggle with this beer, it is so good but difficult to say why. Good all round beer.
Bear & Ragged StaffGood25 Jan 2012 A deep golden ale with good body. I'm not sure why this beer was so good, there were no noticeably outstanding flavours. Whilst drinking this, I considered the presentation - well kept, perfect temperature, proper measure and served by a friendly person behind the bar. Back to the beer - it was three pints good.

The Sir John Arderne, Newark, Nottinghamshire

Philip PirripNot Tried02 Sep 2012

Rutland Arms, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Stephen HarrisNot Tried14 Apr 2012

Ye Cracke, Liverpool, Merseyside

IanNot Tried02 Jan 2008
IanAcceptable18 Jan 2006 Golden with thin white head. Oaky/hoppy aroma, nice warm citrus flavours in mouth before hops kick in. Some yeast, especially on aroma. Not convinced in best condition. Maybe a little tired

The Wenlock Arms, Hoxton, Central London

IanAcceptable21 Nov 2006 Gold colour with disappearing thin bubbly beige head. Grapefruity malty beer. Typical Slaters sweetness and fullness. I think it may be a bit tired as not as creamy. Mind you, I normally have Eccleshall beers up north through a sparkler. Juicy and sharp. Aroma is a bit farty. Rest is nice though, sharp citrus fruit with a bit of sweetness

Slater's Supreme

4.70% ABV.

We have tried this beer 6 times.

We have given this beer an average score of Acceptable.

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