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.
Bartrams Captain Bill Bartram's Cherry Stout
73An interesting concoction that would be good with a creamy pudding, as long as it's not too sweet. The samples tried were well over carbonated (almost explosive!), but hopefully this problem will now ...
Bartrams Captain Bill Bartram's Damson Stout
65The bitterness, smoky notes and tart fruit don't really come together. Not as smooth or as successful as the Cherry Stout (above) from the same brewery.
Dark Star Espresso
75This ruby beer certainly lives up to its name. Just as an Italian espresso coffee (unsugared) is a bitter, demanding drink and a shock to the senses, so is this uncompromising, bold stout, courtesy of...
75An unusual, pleasant beer that is in no way as heavy as it looks. The secret is that this is not a genuine milk stout but instead an adapted bitter, with caramel, lactose and vitamins added. But it's ...
O'Hanlon's Port Stout
78A fine, dry and bitter, ruby-brown stout with a fruitiness that is not quite what you'd expect from a beer laced with port.
Ossett Treacle Stout
78Dark and bitter without being too demanding. Good balance of complementary flavours.
Rogue Chocolate Stout
80A beer for chocoholics, containing natural chocolate flavouring, but still very much a beer.
78A vanilla stout, flavour-packed and interesting, as we've come to expect from Thornbridge Brewery.
Ventnor Brewery Oyster Stout
70An unusual twist on the stout theme, but lacks a little carbonation.
Wells & Youngs Double Chocolate Stout
73A touch light in the body for its strength and not as thick and luxurious as the packaging promises. Quite a bitter stout on the whole.
Windsor Castle Sadler's Mud City Stout
76A West Midlands beer incorporating raw cocoa powder and vanilla, delivering interesting flavours and a great texture.
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