Dirty Dicks Food & Ale Emporium

Mayor: ManVsBeer (65) | Taps: 15 | Bottles: 15
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Beers At Dirty Dicks Food & Ale Emporium

NameABVEntered
West Berkshire Good Old Boy4%2/13/2017
Loch Lomond Stramash4.2%2/3/2017
Castles Portcullis4.2%1/8/2017
Marstonís Firestoker5%12/22/2016
Thornbridge Clerkís Well6.5%10/8/2016
J.W. Lees Manchester Pale Ale3.7%10/7/2016
Marstonís Single Hop Melba4%9/15/2016
Wychwood Hoptathlon4.4%9/9/2016
Empire Crystal in the Rye4.3%9/8/2016
Saltaire Solaris4.2%9/6/2016
Sonnet 43 Seraphim4.1%9/5/2016
Animal Pukeko4.6%9/3/2016
J.W. Lees Game On (Summer)4.2%9/2/2016
Empire Sultan4.3%9/1/2016
Empire Milk Stout4.4%8/28/2016
Great Newsome Sleck Dust3.8%8/25/2016
Stamps Ahtanum3.9%8/22/2016
Sonnet 43 Abolition3.8%8/21/2016
Wychwood Hobgoblin (Pasteurised)5.2%8/18/2016
Robinsons Trooper 666 (Bottle)6.6%8/16/2016
Newby Wyke HMS Illustrious4.4%8/9/2016
Marstonís Selador4.4%8/6/2016
Stamps Cascade5%8/5/2016
Empire Colony Thirteen5.1%8/4/2016
Raw Honey Bee4.5%7/25/2016
Newby Wyke HMY Britannia4.2%7/24/2016
Empire Porter5.5%7/23/2016
Holts Hat Trick3.9%7/21/2016
Wishbone Collarbone 4%7/13/2016
Newby Wyke Aurora4.1%7/3/2016
Raw All Along the Hop Flower5%7/1/2016
Tiny Rebel Stay Puft5.2%6/30/2016
Tetleys Gold (Cask)4.1%6/29/2016
Newby Wyke White Sea 5.2%6/17/2016
Salamander Monochrome Molly3.8%6/13/2016
J.W. Lees Kaleidoscope3.8%6/12/2016
Marstonís Revisionist India Spiced Ale4.6%6/11/2016
J.W. Lees Bitter4%6/10/2016
Titanic Anchor 4.1%5/30/2016
Salamander Double Eclipse4.5%5/29/2016
Stancill Barnsley Bitter3.8%5/27/2016
Stancill India Ruby Ale4%5/27/2016
Empire Imperial IPA5%5/3/2016
Yeovil Ruby4.5%5/1/2016
Scarborough Sorachi Ace4.2%4/30/2016
Twisted Cider Desert Dry6%4/29/2016
Sonnet 43 The Raven Bourbon Milk Stout4.3%4/28/2016
Phoenix Knick Knack Paddy Whack4.3%4/22/2016
Captain Cook IPA5.1%4/20/2016
J.W. Lees Pioneer4.1%4/19/2016
Salamander Cream Of The Crop4.5%4/10/2016
Bootleg Spin Doctor4.8%4/9/2016
Tring Moongazer / Moongazing4.2%4/8/2016
Tring Bring Me Sunshine4.4%4/6/2016
Shiny New World3.7%4/5/2016
Newby Wyke Yamato6%4/3/2016
Empire Beard Singeír3.9%4/2/2016
Marstonís Revisionist Irish Peated Ale4.3%4/1/2016
Saltaire Stout No 54.2%4/1/2016
Real Cider The Midnight Hour5.5%3/18/2016
Empire Commerci-ale Traveller3.8%3/15/2016
Cheshire Brewhouse Cheshire Set4%3/3/2016
Bootleg Black Market3.2%2/29/2016
Empire Big Brother5%2/13/2016
La Cantina Private Number4.5%2/12/2016
Wentworth Gold5%2/11/2016
Empire Smoking Pistol4.3%2/1/2016


72
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 10/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 14/20
WingmanWillis  (1319) , England | May 28, 2016
Visited on 27th May. Corner pub with Tudor black and white frontage. Looks impressive and itís a nice old building with lots of wood and old features. Beer range was good with a decent mix of cask beers from around the UK. Had Tiny Rebel selection in bottles as well as one on tap. Service good. Prices good. A good spot for beer in town.
74
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 11/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 15/20
ManVsBeer  (1797) Hebden Bridge, England | November 20, 2013| Updated June 29, 2016
One of the major destinations for any real ale lover in Halifax, this pub has a fine selection although there seems to be a bias of Nethergate and Empire, both of whom provide the pub with its own named brews in cask and keg form, however thereís some other selections too and the displays of former pump clips point to plenty of rotation. Itís a slightly unusual building with a pseudo-Tudor appearance both externally and internally and thereís a medieval quality about the layout with the imposing windows seemingly holding light back rather than letting it in giving it a lighting effect like a room in a castle. Thereís one main area and a side area with a fireplace and the bar extends here.
68
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 7/10
  • SELECTION 11/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 12/20
robbgg  (31) , England | August 16, 2013
Imposing neo-Tudor corner pub from 1931, originally the Royal Oak. The original four-room layout is now one, but wood beams, carving, panelling and fireplaces survive. The leaded windows are elaborately decorated. A range of local micro-brewery real ales at good prices make for a popular and lively venue.

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