AshtonMcCobb (4831) - Edinburgh, - AUG 29, 2012
3.5 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 14/20
On tap @ the Haymarket. Pours a chestnut colour with a red hue - some head but not proportionate. The nose has treacle and nougat.The taste is similar, probably more going down the praline and biscuits line in fact. The palate is towards full bodied with a big creamy middle section and a bitter but fairly elegant finish. Overall, a nice ale - would have said going towards a bitter though still has most of the qualities expected in a Mild.
Marcius (397) - Geneva, SWITZERLAND - NOV 14, 2015
3.1 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 5/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 13/20
Black color and minimal head.
Toasted malty aroma (coffe).
Medium Bitter taste and long finish.
HuldgaardRJ (180) - Sřnderborg, DENMARK - NOV 8, 2015
1 AROMA 2/10 APPEARANCE 2/5 TASTE 2/10 PALATE 2/5 OVERALL 2/20
(2) Not worth trying. Why? It was just not good. It was sour and unbalanced - maybe a bottle gone bad?
JorgeLee (1614) - Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 1, 2015
3.6 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 3/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 5/5 OVERALL 15/20
Cask in the Jerusalem Tavern with Fletcher. Deep dark brown in colour, white foam. Full tasting, nuts, chocolate, prune. Decent level of bitterness. Goes down very easily. Good mild.
jjsint (1962) - Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, ENGLAND - OCT 29, 2015
3.3 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 13/20
Cask at the Jerusalem Tavern, Farringdon. Dark brown with a light tan head. Sweet/sour malty scent. Light and sweet taste, borne forward with sesame, bamboo and chocolate malt flavours. Inconsequential but it’s a mild so I’m ok with that. Certainly enjoyable for what it is.
mt_hall (181) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - OCT 28, 2015
3.8 AROMA 8/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 15/20
Bottled. Pours a very dark red-brown, almost black, with a small, light brown head. The typical St Peters aroma of bread and yeast, but with strong malt too (chocolate, molasses, some coffee.) Dry and smooth in the mouth with coffee and a fleeting sweetness in the middle. Good.
SkillsFactory (451) - ITALY - OCT 7, 2015
3.3 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 6/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 13/20
Marrone scura, limpida, con riflessi color caramello; schiuma beige di media persistenza.
Aroma caramellato, nocciole, caffè, liquirizia.
Al palato sempre caramello, nocciole e caffè, tostato amaro predominante, leggermente acidula.
Corpo medio-leggero, poco carbonata.
dnicolaescu (1630) - Chișinău, MOLDOVA - SEP 9, 2015
3.2 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 6/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 13/20
BOTTLE 50 CL. Dark brown with ruby highlights, small beige head. Strong malty and caramel aroma with slight hints of spicy hops. The body is light, drinkable and almost devoid of carbonation. Dark caramel with enough roast and spicy hops to balance the sweetness and give this simple beer enough complexity. Well done.
birocotsios (109) - - AUG 30, 2015
3.9 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 17/20
Dark brown colour with a light brown head. Rich chocolate aroma. Black Chocolate and roasted malts with berrie notes. Balanced taste, low carbonation and low 3.7%.
mR_fr0g (7847) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - AUG 14, 2015
3.1 AROMA 6/10 APPEARANCE 2/5 TASTE 7/10 PALATE 3/5 OVERALL 13/20
Cask at gbbf 2015 day 4. Caramel brown coloured pour with no head. Aroma is nutty fruit and but, light dried fruit. Flavour is nutty, berry, toasted grains, . palate is light and low carbonation, OK.
bartlebier (3196) - Belchium im Biersgau, GERMANY - AUG 13, 2015
4 AROMA 7/10 APPEARANCE 4/5 TASTE 8/10 PALATE 5/5 OVERALL 16/20
Beautiful 500ml US-style medicine bottle, St. Peters sampler D&M. For a 3,7% ale, very rich with roasted, chocolate and woody malt subtleties paired with spicy berry and orchard hops. Satisfying textured mouthfeel for the abv as well, whilst going down easy like café frappé. Hints of treacle, hinting at savoury flavours, then mostly mild indeed chocolate syrup, noisette. - Did not realise "Mild" was a dark style, but if these are supposed to be sessionable porters like this, I’d be happy to consider an on-site crash course in this underappreciated traditional style.