Wychcraft claims to be a blonde beer, and reinforces my expectation of something quite continental by adding ‘Biere Blonde’. So it’s a little darker in colour than I had expected, but still a crystal clear light amber colour, with a head that dissipates quickly. The flavour is light and refreshing, with hints of toffee and butter. This is a beer that would go down well on a warm summer’s day with a ploughman’s lunch. Not the most characterful of Wychwood’s ales. For the record, the ABV is 4.5%.