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Suthwyk Ales
16 ratings
Suthwyk Ales
England


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Reviews

Post author: Cufty S
Cufty S
@ Pages
1 year ago
3.8
Old English hops and Southwick malted barley. Nice ale.

Post author: Mick Downs
Mick Downs
3 years ago
4.5
A beautifully balanced golden ale. Sunshine in a pint glass. Not too heavy in the citrus with a gorgeous caramel character to give a wonderful beeriness! A very local tipple for me for which I consider my location most fortuitous!

Post author: Simon P
Simon P
@ Lechlade Garden Centre
3 years ago
3.8

Post author: RepsolUK
RepsolUK
@ Mother Kellys
3 years ago
4.0
Nice local ale

Post author: Mick Downs
Mick Downs
4 years ago
3.5
A good wheat beer made using wheat and barley local to the brewery. This beer is a fresh and delicate wheat beer with a great Englishness by no means a folly.

Post author: Mick Downs
Mick Downs
4 years ago
4.5
A very lovely fruity pale ale bursting with hoppy goodness. Commemorating Operation Overlord - the allied liberation of France - and featuring the American 'Liberty' hop; this beer is a 'full Monty'.

Post author: Andrew B
Andrew B
5 years ago
4.0
Smooth and slightly sweet. A good option.

Post author: Tom J
Tom J
5 years ago
3.0
It pours a nice amber colour and is indeed quite hoppy as the name suggests. It's not so hoppy as to be unpleasant like some craft beers but unfortunately there's not much more to it than that.

Post author: Tom J
Tom J
5 years ago
2.0
Not too bad. It's actually quite reminiscent of a good lager. Slightly hoppy, I reckon it'd be lovely served ice cold on an hot day. Its 'nose' isn't very pleasant though.