Dark Mild Beer List

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BreweryBeerTown, CountyABVDietaryTasting NotesBarBeer Number
1648Choc Orange MildEast Hoathly, East Sussex3.6%This new beer from 1648 combines citrus flavours into a dark beer leaving a light smooth chocolate taste in the mouth.Five Points1
Bank TopBank Top Dark MildBolton, Greater Manchester4.0%Dark brown beer with a malt and roast aroma. Smooth mouthfeel, with malt, roast malt and hops prominent throughout. Five Points21
Bob'sBlack Lion Dark MildHightown, West Yorkshire4.0%A tasty Dark Mild.Five Points39
BushysRuby 1874 MildBraddan, Isle of Man3.5%An authentic 100% malt brewed mild with a fine aroma of crystal malt and fuggles and challenger hops.Five Points67
CoastalMerry Maidens MildRedruth, Cornwall4.0%Smooth, dark red mild, with a roast malt aroma. Sweet malt, toffee, hop bitterness and roast notes, finishing dry with bitter coffee.Five Points80
Crouch ValeBlackwater MildSouth Woodham Ferrers, Essex3.7%Smooth and malty dark mild for drinking in quantity! Fruity and full – the use of roast barley in the mash provides not only deep-ruby colour, but also a subtle, clean and dry flavour.Five Points88
DerwentWhitwell & Marks MildSilloth, Cumbria3.7%English Mild Ale.Five Points99
Five TownsOwt'll DoWakefield, West Yorkshire4.6%Easy drinking dark mild with added Rum.Five Points129
Great HeckVoodoo MildGreat Heck, North Yorkshire4.3%Rich, very black mild bursting with flavour from the roasted malts.New Wharf149
HoldensBlack Country MildDudley, West Midlands3.7%A good, red/brown mild; a refreshing, light blend of roast malt, hops and fruit, dominated by malt throughout.New Wharf165
IlkleyRuby Jane MildIlkley, West Yorkshire4.0%A combination of 7 malts give you complex biscuit layers of flavour, with a velvety smooth palate and creamy head. There is a soft bitterness from the hops.New Wharf171
LeedsMidnight BellLeeds, West Yorkshire4.8%A full bodied Strong Mild, deep red to dark brown in colour. Chocolate and strong malt flavours are present throughout.New Wharf185
Moorhouse'sBlack CatBurnley, Lancashire3.4%A dark mild-style beer with delicate chocolate and coffee roast flavours and a crisp, bitter finish.New Wharf217
Old MillOld Mill MildSnaith, East Yorkshire3.4%A smooth malty and nutty flavoured mild with hints of a dark chocolate finish.New Wharf240
One Mile EndGreat Tom MildLondon, Greater London3.8%Complex dark mild with hints of coffee, cocoa and vanilla in the taste. Slightly roasty bitter finish.New Wharf241
RudgateRudgate Ruby MildYork, North Yorkshire4.4%Nutty, rich ruby ale, stronger than usual for a mild.West Berkshire289
Sarah HughesDark Ruby MildDudley, West Midlands6.0%A dark ruby strong ale with a good balance of fruit and hops, leading to a pleasant, lingering hops and malt finish.West Berkshire301
St. Peter'sSt Peter's MildSt Peter South Elmham, Suffolk3.7%Heady aroma of caramelised blackberries and black toffee. Excellent complex flavours with caramel, blackberries, hops and an astringent bitterness. Long, sustained finish with a roast coffee bitterness; increasingly dry.West Berkshire315
TaylorsTaylors Dark MildAttleborough, Norfolk3.5%Dark ruby beer with roasted notes and a smooth, creamy taste. A favourite of lovers of a good mild.West Berkshire325
TitanicClassic MildStoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire3.5%A mild of classic style full of roast malt and balanced by delicate hops. True to type it has a rounded sweetness and a smooth.West Berkshire341
West BerkshireMaggs Magnificant MildYattendon, Berkshire3.8%Silky, full-bodied, dark mild with a creamy head. Roast malt aroma is joined in the taste by caramel, sweetness and mild, fruity hoppiness. Aftertaste of roast malt with balancing bitterness.West Berkshire384