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Swan Inn (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Acorn - LightnessGood1
Lymestone - Stonefish Mild (superseded by 4.4% version)Acceptable1
Shepherd Neame - Spitfire (or Spitfire Amber Ale)Not Tried0
Acorn - Old Moor PorterNot Tried0
Redemption - Urban DuskNot Tried0
Black Iris - IPA No. 4Not Tried0
Blythe - Ridware PaleNot Tried0

Visits Details

19 May 2014 (Nick Willis)
Few in, with plenty of well behaved dogs in tow. Always best to check if any live music on if you like a quiet pint.
BeerABVScoreNotes
Acorn - Lightness3.60GoodStrange mild, golden in colour and malty. More of a trad. bitter in my opinion.
Lymestone - Stonefish Mild (superseded by 4.4% version)4.60AcceptableVery thin for a stronger mild. Not great.
Shepherd Neame - Spitfire (or Spitfire Amber Ale)4.20Not Tried
Acorn - Old Moor Porter4.40Not Tried
Redemption - Urban Dusk4.60Not Tried
Black Iris - IPA No. 45.50Not Tried
Blythe - Ridware Pale4.30Not TriedQuite a popular beer in these parts.

About the Swan Inn

Summary of Beer Scores

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Exceptional-
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Good1
Acceptable1
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Website.

The pub is found in Stone, Staffordshire, ST15 8QW.

A thriving freehouse in a carefully renovated Grade II listed building with nine hand-pulls featuring Coach House John Joules Old Priory Ale and eight others; anything from anywhere. Beer range can change daily. Four real ciders and bottled varieties are always available. You can even request your favourite beer be put on. An annual beer festival is held each July with up to 80 beers on offer. Live music twice a week. Discount to CAMRA members. Strictly over-18s only.

We have visited this pub once, seen 7 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: ST15 8QW