These are from notes, very little recollection (a year later). Three of us were drinking, so I'll give my rating, and the consensus score of the group.
Thornbridge Kipling: reminiscent of a North American IPA; a bit too hoppy, but would be good with strong cheese; almost like white wine. Aggregate score: 10/15. My score: 2/5.
Aligator: citrus and grass aromas, pithy taste, hoppy but bland. Aggregate score: 7/15. My score: 3/5.
Ringwood Fortyniner: malty, sweet, "dark" flavours; good yeast. The champion of the night. Aggregate: 14/15. My score: 5/5.
Hogsback BSA: hoppy and very quaffable. Would work well with a variety of foods. Aggregate: 10/15. My score: 4/5.
St Austell Admiral's: fruity and citrussy aroma, both hoppy and malty on the finish. Aggregate: 10/15. My score: 3/5.
Entire Stout: very smoky aroma, almost to choke on, but creamy to taste and quite drinkable. Not sure I was in the mood for something so harsh. Aggregate: 9. My score: 2/5.
Crabbies Ginger Beer: great tasting ginger beer, very sweet. Wouldn't know it was alcoholic. I love ginger beer, but this wasn't such a hit with the ale crowd. Aggregate: 11. My score: 5/5.
Oakleaf Bitter: kind of watery, no strong flavours; very bitter on the finish, but overall, meh. Aggregate 5. My score 2/5.
Vale Grumpling: easy drinking, smooth, frothy, dark ale. Would drink again. Aggregate: 12. My score: 4/5.
Cwrw Mêl: very clean, like a Czech lager. <illegible notes> Aggregate: 9. My score: 3/5.
Sharps Reserve: "serve chilled", but that made it taste like fizzy pop. Try again at room temperate some day. Aggregate: 7. My score: 3/5.
St Austell Proper Job: hoppy aroma, nice taste. HQ thinks this uses West Coast hops. Aggregate: 10. My score: 3/5.