Wychwood Hobgoblin

09 Feb

2013-02-09 18.49.33

I do like Wychwood’s Hobgoblin.  It’s a deep ruby red colour with a creamy head that quickly melts away until it is just thick enough to cover the surface of the beer .  It smells of toffee and those tones are carried through to the flavour with added hints of chocolate and dried fruit.  This 5.2% ABV ale would stand up well to roast beef or venison, or a hearty meat pie.  Unfortunately it’s likely to be the last Wychwood ale that I review for a while as I need to restock!  Definitely not for the faint-hearted!

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Posted by on February 9, 2013 in Ruby


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