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Cream Stout

Company: Watneys
Brand: Cream Stout
Type: Stout
Rating 4.5
Alcohol %: Unknown
Available In the USA?
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Latest Sample Date: 6/23/1995
Appearance: Very dark, super head.
Tasting Impressions:
Chocolatey, smooth. Not smokey. This stuff is amazing. Very Guiness like. A little too chocolatey to be a 5 *. Not bitter at all.

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3/11/2005 6:05:14 PM  terry  south norwood london se25  is watneys cream label stout still available ? and if so what shops! as i am having difficulty getting this  
5/4/2006 7:12:27 PM  Caroline  Los Angeles  Watney's Cream Stout hasn't been available in the US for several years. Apparently when Watney's was sold they stopped production on several lines, including this one. Shame on them! 
11/30/2006 12:58:47 AM  Mr. D. Clark  Seaton Devon  Watneys cream label stout. Is this product available anywhere in devonshire? 
11/30/2006 1:00:43 AM  Dan clark  Seaton  Is this product available anywhere in Devonshire? 
12/4/2006 10:20:37 AM  john jones  brighton sussex  can you still buy watneys cream stout and where in this area thanks 
7/17/2007 10:17:08 PM  Gunner Benavente  Wolf Point, Montana, USA  Never much of a beer drinker, Cream Label was the one beer I really grew to enjoy while in the USAF and stationed at RAF Mildenhall and Lakenheath in 65/66. Drank it and played darts at 'The Bird In Hand' quite a bit, and was sorely disappointed that of the Watney beers imported to the US, it was not among them. I'll take Guiness, but prefer that ol Cream Label. 
12/6/2007 5:36:29 AM  Tina Baines  Rayleigh,Essex  I have got a can in my cupboard that has been there for many years. I kept it because it was printed upside down 
4/8/2008 9:07:14 AM  Simon  London UK  You can still buy bottles of Watneys Scotch Ale in Belgium. It still has the famous Watneys label. I've just bought some. UK company Cave Direct will import it for you quite cheaply, but it is not on their website. You have to phone them. 
1/12/2009 8:10:43 AM  michael whittred  thetford norfolk  dear/madam I would like to know if i can still get cream label i'v bean in all the supermarkets and small shops now where on the shelf can you tell me how to find this please  
4/4/2009 6:51:42 PM  Bob Stineman  Tucson AZ.  Well it sounds like a never ending battle to have and hold the best cream stout turned so many people on to this stout.Tried every beer joint to no avail i guess it'll only be an memory. 
4/13/2009 2:27:19 AM  Pat  Hampshire  Can anyone please tell me where I am able to obtain Cream Label Stout. Such a lovely drink but very difficult to obtain. Any help would be appreciated 
5/29/2009 5:18:27 PM  mike and bill  horseheads, ny, usa  dudes, we want some of the watney's cream stout! How do we get it? We thought it was out of production and have been looking for it for 15 years. It used to be on-tap at the Chapter House in Ithaca. We would order it if we just knew where to get it! Help! Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
7/28/2009 10:53:29 AM  rick gittins  hull e.yorks  is watneys cream label still available in hull or east yorkshire the first drink my dad got me would love to tryone again. 
1/24/2010 8:23:46 AM  Jane  Cheshire  I haven't seen the much missed Cream Label for years, if I get a craving I take a Mackeson, but I do miss the old brew! A few years ago now I went to Scotland ans purchased cans of Tennants Sweetheart Stout. and wow it was close and in 500ml cans it was such a refresher! It doesn't seem to be on the English's about 2%abv; so "no call for that here", if it was over 5% and called Brain Attack I am sure we Brits would have it full supply! I want to see a revival of the weaker traditional British Brews, what ever happened to Forest Brown? Manns brown is the last bastion of this dying culture. Surely CAMERA doesn't believe that all traditional Brit Brews were over 4%abv, do they??? Google Sweetheart Stout and order some, let me know what you think. 
2/5/2010 12:39:04 PM  Virang  Dallas, TX  Where can I buy Cobra beer here in the US and more specifically in Dallas area. Does anyone know of a place where I can buy it? I heard it is really good bear specially with curry dishes! 
12/13/2011 10:56:47 AM  marian  luton bedfordshire  watneys cream label was what I was advised to drink daily by my midwife whan I was breast feeding my son in 1975 and the taste was lovely and my son thrived on it. I loved the taste and although was not and still am not a beer drinker I have tried to find this stout for years so thought I would try the web.Now I know it is not available anywhere which is a shame because the recipe must be somewhere!! 
2/16/2012 4:49:21 PM  Jo  Los Angeles  I dream about Watney's Cream Stout. I will never forget it's taste. Not only was it the only thing I drank whenever I was in England but back home here the Renaissance Faire served it as well in it's ale booth and I was able to buy it at Vendome Liquors. Sadly, that all went away. It's brewery was one of the oldest in the world and it was a crime to sell it to someone that stopped the production of this classic...hope they get bad karma.  
4/24/2012 10:37:27 PM  Jo  Los Angeles  I still have a couple of bottles of the REAL Watney's Cream Stout, unopened of course, but don't know if it's still drinkable. I'd be willing to sell one of them. I will keep the other for ever and ever. Anyone interested? 
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