Unsworth’s Yard Reviews




rob19a
2.8
Unsworth’s Yard Sir Edgar Harrington’s Last Wolf
Malty cask ale taste. Dark colour. Decent amount of flavour though a bit watery. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone
Friday, September 02, 2016

AJL1980
2.9
Unsworth’s Yard Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold
Pint from the Royal Oak in cartmel,Cumbria. Hoppy notes on the nose, more hops in the taste with a hint of malt too. Not bad at all from a local micro brewery.
Saturday, July 23, 2016

zacgillbanks
2.8
Unsworth’s Yard J C Dickinson’s The Land of Cartmel
Bottle from Open All Hours, Keswick. Pale golden with a thin white head. It has a sweet toffee and malty flavour followed by a slight sulphur finish. A bit bland but ok for the low ABV.
Thursday, March 31, 2016

fonefan
2.9
Unsworth’s Yard Sir Edgar Harrington’s Last Wolf

Cask (gravity) @ Nottingham Robin Hood Beer Festival (2014), Nottingham Castle, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England NG1 6EL.

[ As Unsworths Yard Sir Edgar Harringtons Last Wolf ].
Clear medium to dark orange amber color with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, sweet malt, candy notes. Flavor is moderate sweet with a average to long duration, sweet malt, chlorine, sharp, candy, sugary. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft to flat. [20141009]

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

zacgillbanks
3
Unsworth’s Yard Freedom Under Law
Bottle from Open All Hours, Keswick. Amber coloured with a toffee and caramel flavour, malty and nutty notes followed by creamy almond finish. Nice for a low ABV beer.
Monday, October 19, 2015

zacgillbanks
2.6
Unsworth’s Yard Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold
Bottle from open All Hours, Keswick. Pale golden coloured with a toffee, malty and slight woody flavour followed by a bitter fruity and gentle nutty finish.
Saturday, June 06, 2015

99smithsamuel
3
Unsworth’s Yard J C Dickinson’s The Land of Cartmel
500ml bottle from Unsworth's Yard tasting room. Appearance is straw coloured and slightly hazy with a large frothy white head. Aroma is caramel and a bit grassy. Taste is subtly sweet and floral, nicely hopped flavours. Decent session pale.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015

EdKing
2.6
Unsworth’s Yard Cartmel’s Famous Festival Ale
Bottle given as a gift. Colour is pale amber, slightly oily looking body, white head. Nose is strange. It’s a bit peaty, burnt malts, citrous grapefruit, light pale malts. Not sure if the whisky peaty, tar is intentional or something has been burnt in the brewing process. It’s curious but a bit odd.
Saturday, April 04, 2015

sdmmb
3
Unsworth’s Yard Sir Edgar Harrington’s Last Wolf
Drunk from 50cl bought by parents at Cartmel brewery. Brown ale. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone
Thursday, February 12, 2015

allmyvinyl
3.3
Unsworth’s Yard Cartmel Peninsula
500ml bottle shared with Ashton McCobb, cheers Ash! Pours clear red brown, thin short-lived white head. Aromas of red fruit, light floral notes, something boozy, which is odd for the strength. Maybe it’s woody. Taste is light sweet, herbal notes. Quite a lot of flavour in there for the strength. Decent.
Friday, August 15, 2014

AshtonMcCobb
3.2
Unsworth’s Yard Cartmel Peninsula
50cl bottle from the Cartmel village shop. Appearance - lovely amber red. Decent head which fades fairly quickly. Nose - dry malt and if I use my imagination there’s some red fruit there. Maybe jammy dodgers. Some cake mixture notes too. Taste - more jam and biscuits. Palate - light to medium bodied with a dry texture and a fairly balanced finish. Overall - solid but not amazing.
Friday, August 15, 2014

allmyvinyl
3
Unsworth’s Yard Sir Edgar Harrington’s Last Wolf
500ml bottle shared with Ashton McCobb, cheers Ash! Pours clear pale brown, thin, short-lived white head. Light spice aromas, light toffee. Taste is light spice, something sweet between honey and toffee. Finish drops away a bit. OK.
Friday, August 15, 2014

AshtonMcCobb
3.1
Unsworth’s Yard Sir Edgar Harrington’s Last Wolf
50cl bottle from Cartmel village shop. Appearance - amber brown with a decent head. Nose - slight spice and dry malt note. Taste - honey and spice with malt backbone. Palate - close to medium bodied with a dry malty texture and a balanced dry finish. Overall - a decent bitter.
Friday, August 15, 2014

allmyvinyl
3.1
Unsworth’s Yard J C Dickinson’s The Land of Cartmel
500ml bottle shared with Ashton McCobb, cheers Ash! Pours pale gold, thin white head. Cereal and corn aromas, light lemon. Taste is light bitter, light sweet. Decent balance, even though there’s not a right lot going on.
Friday, August 15, 2014

AshtonMcCobb
3
Unsworth’s Yard J C Dickinson’s The Land of Cartmel
50cl bottle from the Cartmel Village shop. Appearance - golden with a decent head. Nose - cereal with some honey melded in. Taste - more honey cornflakes. Palate - light to medium bodied with a dry middle section which continues into the long dry finish. Overall - solid but not that exciting.
Friday, August 15, 2014

AshtonMcCobb
3
Unsworth’s Yard Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold
Bottle from the Cartmel village shop. Appearance - golden with a proportionate head if slightly dull in colour. Nose - delicate at first but then lemon meringue. Taste - lemon and toffee which is well integrated but a little dominated by the toffee. Palate - close to medium bodied with a creamy texture and a fairly good finish. Overall - decent blonde if a little sweet.
Thursday, August 07, 2014

AshtonMcCobb
3.2
Unsworth’s Yard Cartmel Wharf Sandpiper
50cl bottle from Cartmel village shop. Appearance - golden with a proportionate head. Nose - lemon and sweet malt. Taste - more lemon barley water. Decent zing of lemon on the finish. Palate - light to medium bodied with a creamy texture and a long dry finish. Overall - decent lager.
Thursday, August 07, 2014

leaparsons
3
Unsworth’s Yard The Cromwell Door
Cask, The Pub, Leicester. Amber brown with a cream foam. Aromas are woody with soft spices and mellow lemon. Black tea with herbal, leafy notes. Flavours are dry black tea with light lemon. Nutty with a peppery, lightly fruity finish. A decent brown mild.
Saturday, March 08, 2014

Theydon_Bois
2.9
Unsworth’s Yard Cartmel Peninsula
On the train from Hereford to Inverness, bottle thanks to Wingman Willis, 18/10/13. Golden amber with a thin off white covering. Nose is bready malts, dark fruit waft. Taste comprises bready malts, earthy fruits, grass, light toffee. Medium bodied, moderate carbonation, dry bitter finale. Average bitter.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013

JohnCook101
2.9
Unsworth’s Yard Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold
Malty, surprisingly bitter, cereal, light molasses, possibly slightly floral notes. Moderate and fine carbonation. Not bad.
Sunday, October 13, 2013

worldbeertaste
3.6
Unsworth’s Yard Cartmel Peninsula
Medium amber with a soft gold tint and a thin somewhat lasting white nice lacy slightly soapy head. Some whiky elements on the nose, woody, grain, flowery malt, caramel and soft grassy hops. No musk. Medium creamy oliy body. Tastes of berries but slightly subdued under the woody, malty, grain and a hoppy grassy dry finish.
Wednesday, October 03, 2012

imdownthepub
3.2
Unsworth’s Yard Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold
Cask conditioned at Rugby Beer Fest ’12. Lovely clear gold with white head. Light, thinnish, biscuity beer but it doesn’t move on from there, so a bit of a looker but doesn’t quite deliver in flavour for me.
Saturday, June 16, 2012

foxo82
3.2
Unsworth’s Yard Sir William Marshal’s Crusader Gold
Cask at Leicester Beer Festival 2012. Another new microbrewery showcasing their stuff at the festival - great to see. This was a clear yellow with a fruity taste; initial bitter/hoppy deliciousness becoming sweet to finish. Very drinkable.
Sunday, March 11, 2012