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Rob Sykes

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JoinedFebruary 13, 2010

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  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Toll End Redemption from The Waggon & Horses, and would definitely buy this again.603 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesLovely strong ale which is purportedly 5.7% abv but I suspect is actually much stronger. Approach with caution.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Toll End Rainy Daze from The Waggon & Horses, and would only drink this if it was free.603 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesVery hoppy, almost fruity light ale which has a vinegary taste and could almost be mistaken for a cider.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Toll End Tipton Pride from The Waggon & Horses, and would definitely buy this again.603 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA nice strong bitter, full bodied with an earthy flavourOriginal Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Wadsworth Swordfish from The Waggon & Horses, Tipton NA, and would only drink this if it was free.603 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesAn unremarkable and sour light aleOriginal Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a ruby mild from The Waggon & Horses, and would go out of my way to buy it again!607 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesAn excellent, smooth and sweet mild which is practically impossible to put down. Lovely.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Power Station from The Waggon & Horses, Tipton NA, and would probably buy this again.607 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA very heady lager with a taste that I can only describe as being akin to smoky bacon crisps!Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Full Centurion from The Wellington, and would probably buy this again.607 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA complex and bitter ale with strong, slightly fruity flavours. The aftertaste is somewhat chemical however.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a John Smiths Extra Smooth from Ye Olde Foundry, and would definitely buy this again.608 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesBrilliant for midday drinking or at the end of a long session, strong tasting but never overwhelming and as smooth as the name suggests.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Northumberland Gateshead Gold from The Full Moon, and would definitely buy this again.608 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesTangy but not sour, this incredibly moreish golden ale would delight even those who don't usually go in for 'hoppy' beers.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Arkells Kingsdown Ale from The Full Moon, and would probably buy this again.608 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesBitter-sweet and malty but generally unremarkable with little to set it apart from other dark ales on the market.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Hanby Cherry Bomb from the full moon, and would probably buy this again.608 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesIt tastes of cherries and it gets you bombed. Very pleasant for the first few sips but a struggle to finish due to the overwhelming flavour.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Banks Bitter from Queen Mary, and would probably buy this again.608 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesDoes exactly what it says on the tin.A solid bitter with a good clean taste and well-balanced flavours.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Morland Old Speckled Hen from Bostin Fittle, and would definitely buy this again.608 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA typically creamy ale from Morland, understated while remaining sweet and malty. Smooth and pleasant to the last drop.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Black Sheep Golden Sheep, and would definitely buy this again.609 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA surprisingly light ale which belies its 4.7% abv. Hoppy with a mildly bitter finish, definitely Black Sheep's best.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Ringwood Old Thumper, and would definitely buy this again.609 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA dark and heady brew, full-flavoured with a nutty aroma and aftertaste.Original Comment

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Tsingtao from Morrisons, and would go out of my way to buy it again!610 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesDelicate with a mild, almost fragrant aftertaste, this highly refreshing lager is the perfect accompaniment to spicy Chinese food.Original Comment user_imgAndrewWelcome Rob! Thanks for using HopChart :)610 weeks ago.

  • Rob Sykes(69) had a Banks Original from The Fountain Inn, and would definitely buy this again.610 weeks ago.

    Comments Rob SykesA real working man's beer; creamy, sweet, smooth and at only 3.5% abv it's the perfect lunchtime pint (or two). Original Comment