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Isle of Skye Red Cuillin

PubAddressLast Visit Seen
The Tea GardenMallaig, Highland17 Apr 2013
Krakatoa (formerly The Moorings Bar)Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire05 Nov 2011
The Grog & GruelFort William, Highland02 Jul 2011
Prince of WalesAberdeen, Aberdeenshire29 Jun 2011
The Archibald SimpsonAberdeen, Aberdeenshire08 Jun 2011
The Shepherds RestWesthill, Aberdeenshire23 Apr 2011
West Highland HotelMallaig, Highland31 May 2010
Chlachain InnMallaig, Highland31 May 2010
Battersea Beer Festival 2006Battersea, Greater London09 Feb 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 Tea Garden, Mallaig, Highland

Philip PirripExcellent17 Apr 2013 Pretty much perfect condition. Could easily have had a session on this one

Krakatoa (formerly The Moorings Bar), Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

RayNot Tried05 Nov 2011
McGargleNot Tried03 Mar 2011
McGargleNot Tried14 Jan 2011
McGargleNot Tried12 Dec 2009

The Grog & Gruel, Fort William, Highland

McGargleNot Tried02 Jul 2011

Prince of Wales, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

McGargleNot Tried29 Jun 2011

The Archibald Simpson, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire

McGargleNot Tried08 Jun 2011
McGargleNot Tried24 Feb 2011
RayNot Tried03 Feb 2011
McGargleNot Tried14 Jan 2011
McGargleNot Tried26 May 2010
RayNot Tried12 May 2010

The Shepherds Rest, Westhill, Aberdeenshire

RayNot Tried23 Apr 2011

West Highland Hotel, Mallaig, Highland

McGarglePoor31 May 2010 Far too warm. Creamy in the mouth - no malt or hops tasted.

Chlachain Inn, Mallaig, Highland

McGargleAcceptable31 May 2010 Well cellared, the malty body, offset by light hopping, was evident. Nothing to get excited about, though.

Battersea Beer Festival 2006, Battersea, Greater London

IanAcceptable09 Feb 2006 Russet colour with thin white head. Quite good red fruit, some hop, yeasty in mouth and on finish. OK Scottish beer with some gingerish spice

Isle of Skye Red Cuillin

4.20% ABV.

We have tried this beer 4 times.

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

Other Isle of Skye beers.