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Springhead Black Tom

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Edmund HalleyLee Green, Greater London15 Jun 2012
The Watch HouseLewisham, Greater London26 May 2012
Puttshank Bank (formerly The Green Man)City, Central London15 May 2012
RopewalkNottingham, Nottinghamshire07 May 2012
The Conqueror AlehouseRamsgate, Kent03 May 2012
The Sovereign of the SeasPetts Wood, Greater London19 Apr 2012
The Last InnOswestry, Shropshire01 May 2011
The Samuel LloydCorby, Northamptonshire07 Jul 2010
GatehouseNottingham, Nottinghamshire22 May 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 Edmund Halley, Lee Green, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripNot Tried15 Jun 2012

The Watch House, Lewisham, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripNot Tried26 May 2012

Puttshank Bank (formerly The Green Man), City, Central London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Martin the MildmanExcellent15 May 2012 On form this season, with a rich chocolate malt flavour, low hop rate and a fruity finish. My score 16/20.

Ropewalk, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Martin the MildmanExcellent07 May 2012 Black mild with toffee and dark chocolate flavours and little hop character. Dryish finish. My score 16/20.

The Conqueror Alehouse, Ramsgate, Kent

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Philip PirripNot Tried03 May 2012 Springhead's seasonal mild

The Sovereign of the Seas, Petts Wood, Greater London

WhoScoreWhenNotes
oz11Excellent19 Apr 2012 Top notch dark mild.

The Last Inn, Oswestry, Shropshire

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Bear & Ragged StaffGood01 May 2011 Black, nutty, chacolate and not heavy. A really pleasant drink.

The Samuel Lloyd, Corby, Northamptonshire

WhoScoreWhenNotes
StephenGood07 Jul 2010 Not black mid to dark brown damson and choccy flavours was fine

Gatehouse, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

WhoScoreWhenNotes
Martin the MildmanGood22 May 2010 Supposedly a mild, not black in colour, more a mid brown/red. Fairly bitter with a hint of caramel and a dryish finish. Tends to suggest a caramelised bitter. My score 15/20.

Springhead Black Tom

3.80% ABV.

We have tried this beer 6 times.

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

Other Springhead beers.