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The Lamb (Castle (Mitchells & Butlers) )

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Lamb - Imperial StoutExcellent1
Lamb - Lamb Dark AleGood1
Lamb - Lamb AleGood1
Timothy Taylor - LandlordAcceptable1
Shepherd Neame - Spooks AleAcceptable1
Lamb - HefeweizenAcceptable1
Ilkley - Mary JaneAcceptable1
Sambrook's - JunctionNot Tried0
Botanist - Humulus LupulusNot Tried0
Sharp's - Winter Berry Ale (4.3% 2013 version)Not Tried0
Sambrook's - Powerhouse PorterNot Tried0
Banks's - SunbeamNot Tried0
Shepherd Neame - Frosty GlowNot Tried0
Oakham - CitraNot Tried0
Windsor & Eton - Knight of the GarterNot Tried0
Harbour - India Pale AleNot Tried0
Andwell - Red IPANot Tried0
Sharp's - Doom BarNot Tried0
Shepherd Neame - Spitfire (or Spitfire Amber Ale)Not Tried0
Picture 1. The Lamb, Chiswick, Greater London
Picture 2. The Lamb, Chiswick, Greater London
Picture 3. The Lamb, Chiswick, Greater London

Visits Details

23 Sep 2021 (ChrisE)
Very much as HSB described in 2014 but without the range of beers.
Timothy Taylor - Landlord4.30Acceptable
Sharp's - Doom Bar4.00Not Tried
17 Jun 2014 (HSB)
15:45 Busy outside quieter in.
Ilkley - Mary Jane3.50AcceptableToo fresh
Oakham - Citra4.20Not Tried
Windsor & Eton - Knight of the Garter3.80Not Tried
Harbour - India Pale Ale5.00Not Tried
Andwell - Red IPA4.50Not Tried
22 Jan 2013 (Stephen Harris)
Quiet in the early evening, although brewing was in progress. Disappointing to find no Lamb Brewery beers on cask. I only had time for a quick half, so opted to try one of the keg home-brews (three to chose from), rather than one of the range of cask guest beers.
Lamb - Hefeweizen5.50AcceptableOn keg dispense. Very cloudy; a murky orange colour. Heavily carbonated and rather bitter for the style.
Sharp's - Winter Berry Ale (4.3% 2013 version)4.30Not Tried
Sambrook's - Powerhouse Porter4.90Not Tried
Banks's - Sunbeam4.20Not Tried
Shepherd Neame - Frosty Glow3.90Not Tried
10 Nov 2012 (Martin the Mildman)
Fairly busy on a Saturday lunchtime.
Lamb - Lamb Dark Ale4.20GoodDark as in amber not pale, this beer is malty rather than hoppy with sweetish biscuity notes and some fruity hop in the finish. My score 15/20
Shepherd Neame - Spooks Ale4.70AcceptableReddish brown beer dominated by crystal malt giving a rather cloying bittersweet flavour. Hint of fruit in the finish. My score 14/20.
28 Oct 2012 (Stephen Harris)
I’ve been a bit slow off the mark visiting what is, I think, still London’s newest brewery (unless Brüpond are now in production?). Smart pub, with pretty good beer on this experience.
Lamb - Imperial Stout4.70ExcellentBlack, smooth, full-bodied stout with a bit of roastiness and a bit of liquorice.
Lamb - Lamb Ale4.20GoodA good, chestnut-coloured, malty, best bitter.
Shepherd Neame - Spitfire (or Spitfire Amber Ale)4.20Not Tried
Sambrook's - Junction4.50Not Tried
Botanist - Humulus Lupulus3.80Not Tried

About The Lamb

The pub sign. The Lamb, Chiswick, Greater London

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Chiswick, Greater London, W4 4PH.

This pub in Barley Mow Passage is long-established under the name Barley Mow, and is believed historically to have been tied to Sich & Co's Lamb Brewery of Chiswick – which closed in 1922. In the same ownership as the Botanist at Kew, it became the second pub in that group to install an in-house brewery. The brewery opened in September 2012 and at the same time the pub took on the name of the old (and new) brewery. It is large, with a garden at the front, the brewery was visible within the pub and extensive seating and dining areas. Towards the end of 2013 the pub was taken over by M&B and the brewery closed and the equipment was subsequently removed.

We have visited this pub 5 times, seen 19 different beers and tried 7 of them.

Map location

Postcode: W4 4PH