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“John Smith and I”

published 31/10/2002

AdvantagesGoes down well, you can have a good few pints without getting really drunk

Disadvantagesits cold

...Hangover??? Yes, I had a hangover, it was awful. I had the headaches, the dizziness and the shakes.Do I regret it?..Nope! Let me tell you why. I?m a big big fan of John Smiths Bitter, I drink it like pop, pint after pint after pint. You see the thing is, this stuff goes down so well, and when your in the pub with a few of your mates, you don?t actually realize how much you have had...

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“John Smith's Bitter”

published 20/09/2004

AdvantagesA good basic pint

DisadvantagesPerhaps a little too basic?

...There's nothing that is innately special about John Smith's Bitter. Don?t get me wrong. I am not being critical of this beer. Because I am not saying that there's anything wrong with it. Far from it, it is a perfectly acceptable pint, but if you are looking for a more complicated depth of flavour of ?for example- Hobgoblin, or Timothy Taylor?s Landlord, then you might be disappointed...

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AdvantagesSmooth, cold, consistent

DisadvantagesNot conducive to chats about beer

...JOHN SMITH'S SMOOTH - WHAT'S ALL THAT ABOUT? Picture the scene: Robbo2000 is sat in some old man's pub in some town that he is way too cool to be in, with two men who will be politely referred to as "Real Ale Aficionados" (because I'm not sure if I'm allowed to refer to them as "sad, beardy gimps"). The Real Ale Aficionados are each clutching a half pint of "Old Vicar's Country Badger" (or...

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