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29 ratings
Tractor Shed Brewing
England

We brew our beer in a shed where the farmer kept his tractors. We prefer to brew great beer rather than think of a cool name for our brewery. There’s no dogma, it’s about kicking back, drinking what you fancy and having fun.

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Post author: Dartford Dave
Dartford Dave
@ Beer Cockermouth
9 months ago
3.5
Smooth, Dry Stout. It’s ok.

Post author: Dartford Dave
Dartford Dave
@ Beer Cockermouth
9 months ago
4.0
Golden pale ale. Hoppy, refreshing beer.

Post author: Dartford Dave
Dartford Dave
@ Beer Cockermouth
2 years ago
4.0
Pours a hazy amber colour with a white head. Malty, caramel aromas and hoppy, caramel flavours. Bitterness in the finish. Nice beer.

Post author: Dartford Dave
Dartford Dave
@ Beer Cockermouth
2 years ago
3.5
Golden coloured session beer. Light, easy drinking ale.

Post author: Bearded C
Bearded C
@ The Old Kings Head
2 years ago
4.0
Decent pint. Cheers!

Post author: Andy M
Andy M
@ Cranstons
5 years ago
4.0
Night light refreshing Helles-style that has a slight caramel toffee aroma and taste.

Post author: Andy M
Andy M
@ Cranstons
5 years ago
4.0
Tasty lager pilsner, fruity aroma and a clean crisp taste.

Post author: Gingasword
Gingasword
@ the staying inn
5 years ago
3.5
Decent little lager from the lakes and I'm not telling porkies

Post author: Harra1577
Harra1577
5 years ago
5.0
Toot toot. This is a very smooth pilsner, with good depth and no nasty aftertaste.