Beers, ales and lagers come in many types, styles and variations. Please choose from the styles listed to find more of the beers you like.
Cervesera Montseny Negra
78An assertive stout that's perhaps just a bit too tart for some palates.
Hampshire Laughing Leprechaun
75Clean and tasty but a little thin for its strength.
Hoggley's Solstice Stout
76A full-bodied stout with plenty of good roasted grain flavours but, on this occasion, not quite enough carbonation.
Hook Norton Double Stout
83A fine, dry, deep ruby-coloured stout, fresh, crisp and clean. Now available bottle conditioned.
Mauldons Black Adder
83A garnet-coloured brew that is far too quaffable for its strength. More of a strong mild than a true stout.
Meantime London Stout
83An excellent stout, clean, fresh and packed with flavour for its relatively modest strength. Perhaps a little light on the swallow, but it finishes well.
Minoh Beer Stout
Deep black with dark chocolate and freshly ground coffee to the aroma... Silky textured with sweet rounded malt opening... Slightly sweet finish with chewy, caramelised malts and burnt toffee... Rich,...
73A dark ruby stout with a tart fruitiness that, rather than enhancing the beer, destabilises it a little.
Wells & Youngs Bombardier Satanic Mills
78A very pleasant stout that is not too bitter or heavy. Along with Burning Gold (reviewed in a previous issue), it's the latest extension to the Bombardier brand.
Wickwar Mr Perrett's
78A smooth, flavoursome stout. Full bodied and good value.
75A light-bodied stout with a pronounced roasted aftertaste.
70A nicely balanced beer sadly spoiled by light pervading the clear glass bottle.
Wye Valley Dorothy Goodbody's Wholesome Stout
80An uncompromisingly bitter and roasted stout. A good alternative to Guinness, now that the latter is not conditioned in the bottle.
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