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Leyton Orient Supporters Club (Freehouse)

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Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Saltaire - South Island PaleExcellent1
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde MildExcellent1
Leigh on Sea - SS9Excellent1
Williams Brothers - Birds and BeesExcellent1
Mallinsons - SPA (Session Pale Ale)Excellent1
Gorgeous - GeekhunterExcellent1
Leigh on Sea - CrowstoneExcellent1
Kirkstall - Three SwordsExcellent1
Burning Sky - PlateauExcellent1
Boss - BlackExcellent1
Leigh on Sea - Legra PaleExcellent1
Stewart - Jack BackExcellent1
Marble - PintExcellent1
Leigh on Sea - McFaddenExcellent1
Signature Brew - Roadie - All Night IPAExcellent2
Williams Brothers - March of the PenguinsExcellent1
Stewart - BacklashExcellent1
Bexley - Black Prince PorterGood1
RedWillow - FecklessGood1
Mighty Oak - Kings (was 3.9% before 2013)Good1
Gorgeous - GlowflyGood1
Kettlesmith - StreamlineGood1
Gorgeous - GreedygutsGood1
Gloucester - Six Malt PorterGood1
Northern Alchemy - Pineapple PaleGood1
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Lord MarplesGood1
Mighty Oak - Time to ShineAcceptable1
East London (ELB) - Pale AleAcceptable1
Husk - Pale AleAcceptable1
Bellfield - Lawless Village IPAAcceptable1
Muswell Hillbilly - IPAAcceptable1
Leigh on Sea - TDH IPAAcceptable1
Slater's - PremiumNot Tried0
Saltaire - Triple ChocoholicNot Tried0
Mighty Oak - Captain BobNot Tried0
Titanic - Plum PorterNot Tried0
Enfield (branded as Enefeld) - London Pale AleNot Tried0
Wiper and True - Doves and RavensNot Tried0
Leigh on Sea - Two Tree IslandNot Tried0
Leigh on Sea - Cockle Row SpitNot Tried0
Leigh on Sea - Six Little ShipsNot Tried0
Hammerton - N1Not Tried0
Hammerton - Pentonville Oyster StoutNot Tried0
One Mile End Brew Co. (formerly Mulligans at the White Hart and then WH Brew Pub) - Great Tom Mild (or Great Tom Winter Mild)Not Tried0
Ilkley - Mary JaneNot Tried0
Swannay (formerly Highland) - Dark MunroNot Tried0
New River - London TapNot Tried0
West Berkshire - Maharaja IPANot Tried0
Hawkshead - Windermere PaleNot Tried0
Dark Revolution - VelveteenNot Tried0
Cross Bay - OmegaNot Tried0
Wylam - Hickey the RakeNot Tried0
Picture 1. Leyton Orient Supporters Club, Leyton, Greater London
Picture 2. Leyton Orient Supporters Club, Leyton, Greater London

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29 Sep 2018 (Stephen Harris)
After the match session only today and I really only caught the tail end of the beer list.
Signature Brew - Roadie - All Night IPA4.30ExcellentOn superb form and I confess to having more than one.
Gloucester - Six Malt Porter4.50GoodDark and malty.
Northern Alchemy - Pineapple Pale3.70GoodMore balanced than I was expecting, with the pineapple relatively subtle.
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde Mild3.70Not Tried
Hawkshead - Windermere Pale3.50Not Tried
Dark Revolution - Velveteen4.80Not Tried
Cross Bay - Omega4.30Not Tried
Wylam - Hickey the Rake4.20Not Tried
04 Sep 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Pre- and post-match pints on a good night for the Oís. Probably not a complete list of beers available.
Saltaire - South Island Pale3.50ExcellentOn excellent form.
Mallinsons - SPA (Session Pale Ale)3.80ExcellentThe expected fresh and crisp, golden hoppy pint from Mallinsonís.
Boss - Black5.00ExcellentA very nice, smooth Stout.
Kettlesmith - Streamline4.20GoodA decent Blonde with a bit of a farmyeard edge.
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde Mild3.70Not Tried
Ilkley - Mary Jane3.50Not Tried
Mighty Oak - Captain Bob3.80Not Tried
Swannay (formerly Highland) - Dark Munro4.00Not Tried
New River - London Tap3.80Not Tried
West Berkshire - Maharaja IPA5.10Not Tried
24 Aug 2018 (Stephen Harris)
A special presentation tonight of beers from North London breweries. It is busy, but not as packed as is usual for these events with many people away on holiday.
Gorgeous - Geekhunter4.20ExcellentA pale, light beer with citrusy hop.
Gorgeous - Glowfly4.00GoodA good example of a traditional Bitter.
Gorgeous - Greedyguts3.50GoodA decent Golden Ale.
Muswell Hillbilly - IPA5.50AcceptableHazy gold and a bit too yeasty.
Hammerton - N14.10Not Tried
Hammerton - Pentonville Oyster Stout5.30Not Tried
One Mile End Brew Co. (formerly Mulligans at the White Hart and then WH Brew Pub) - Great Tom Mild (or Great Tom Winter Mild)3.80Not Tried
07 Aug 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Pre-match session and it is packed in here. I did not try to keep track of all the different beers available.
Williams Brothers - March of the Penguins4.90ExcellentA very nice, dark, roasty, Stout-type.
Bexley - Black Prince Porter4.60Good
03 Jul 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Evening visit to watch World Cup football on TV. A good crowd in tonight.
Signature Brew - Roadie - All Night IPA4.30ExcellentVery nice (although as Iím sitting almost next to the brewer, Iím probably obliged to say that).
East London (ELB) - Pale Ale4.00AcceptableOops, this is a bit green (although only came on when all else had been drunk).
Mighty Oak - Captain Bob3.80Not TriedAll drunk before I even arrived.
28 Jun 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Back at the Supporters Club to watch the England v Belgium World Cup match on TV Ė it has drawn quite a big crowd.
Burning Sky - Plateau3.50Excellent
Thornbridge / Thornbridge Hall - Lord Marples4.00GoodAnother well-brewed Bitter.
RedWillow - Feckless4.10GoodA proper Bitter.
24 Jun 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Midday visit to watch the England v Panama game, which leaves everyone in high spirits for once.
Marble - Pint3.90ExcellentA great pint of Pint in superb form. I had a second to be absolutely sure of its quality.
Bellfield - Lawless Village IPA4.50AcceptableFrom a bottle, when everything else ran out. A bit lacklustre.
Mighty Oak - Captain Bob3.80Not Tried
Mighty Oak - Kings (was 3.9% before 2013)4.20Not Tried
18 Jun 2018 (Stephen Harris)
My chosen venue to watch the England v Tunisia match on TV. Around 50 club members and locals are present and it is a good chance to catch up with friends I have not seen for a few weeks.
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde Mild3.70ExcellentOne of the best Milds around; on great form here.
Mighty Oak - Kings (was 3.9% before 2013)4.20GoodA nice golden beer with Citra hops. But not quite on top form tonight.
Mighty Oak - Time to Shine4.30AcceptableA traditional Bitter. Sweeter than I like, with lots of caramel.
11 May 2018 (Stephen Harris)
The usual big crowd has gathered for a Tap Takeover here Ė this time itís the Leigh on Sea Brewery, and their beers prove very popular.
Leigh on Sea - SS99.00ExcellentA very fine, thick, Imperial Stout.
Leigh on Sea - Crowstone5.50ExcellentA superior Black IPA.
Leigh on Sea - Legra Pale3.80ExcellentA fine Pale Ale, the cask conditioning seeming to emphasise the Citra hop qualities.
Leigh on Sea - McFadden3.80ExcellentA very tasty, dark Mild. This is a special brew for the night, named for an all-time Orient hero; Richard McFadden, a goalscoring forward who was killed at the Battle of the Somme in 1916.
Leigh on Sea - TDH IPA7.00AcceptableAn IPA in US-style. For me it comes over as a triumph of strength over flavour.
Leigh on Sea - Two Tree Island4.50Not Tried
Leigh on Sea - Cockle Row Spit5.60Not Tried
Leigh on Sea - Six Little Ships4.20Not Tried
07 Apr 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Another match day at Brisbane Road and all the usual faces are here doing the usual stuff.
Williams Brothers - Birds and Bees4.30ExcellentA tasty Pale Ale.
Kirkstall - Three Swords4.50ExcellentA very decent Pale Ale.
Stewart - Jack Back3.70ExcellentA very nice, golden, session beer that contains hops.
Stewart - Backlash4.20ExcellentHmm. A Red Ale. But having said that, I really enjoyed it.
Husk - Pale Ale5.10AcceptableCloudy gold and tasted a bit rough.
Mighty Oak - Oscar Wilde Mild3.70Not Tried
Slater's - Premium4.40Not Tried
Saltaire - Triple Chocoholic4.80Not Tried
Mighty Oak - Captain Bob3.80Not Tried
Titanic - Plum Porter4.90Not Tried
Enfield (branded as Enefeld) - London Pale Ale5.00Not Tried
Wiper and True - Doves and Ravens3.80Not Tried

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About the Leyton Orient Supporters Club

The pub sign. Leyton Orient Supporters Club, Leyton, Greater London

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Leyton, Greater London, E10 5NF.

Award-winning football supporters' bar which opens on first team matchdays and for special events only. Expect enthusiastic, thirsty crowds and as many as 15+ firkins of ale sold in a session. Whilst it is a private members' club, CAMRA members are also admitted and guests can be signed in. 8 handpumps on the bar counter inevitably supplemented by a cask or two on the counter top on gravity dispense.

We have visited this pub 113 times, seen 591 different beers and tried 340 of them.

Map location

Postcode: E10 5NF