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Reviews for: Hobgoblin

From: Wychwood

ABV: 5.0%

Quality Ales Rating:7.50 from 10 reviews

 
From: Nick - 2468 Rank: Field Marshall Tun
Rating: 7.00
 
A rich deep amber coloured ale waith a fruity aroma and taste. Impressive and morrish.
Submited On: 2004-03-27
 
From: Trotts - 302 Rank: Colonel Barrel
Rating: 7.50
 
Amber ale with a fruit & malt taste. Not to be drunk as a session beer due to abv.
Submited On: 2004-08-28
 
From: K Folwell - 3457 Rank: Head Of Allied Command
Rating: 8.00
 
Almost red in appearance this strong tasting beer is very deceptive and drinks easily so beware. Heavy on the malt with only slight hints of hops and bitterness.
Submited On: 2004-10-05
 
From: Sigmund - 395 Rank: Colonel Barrel
Rating: 6.50
 
(500 ml bottle). Dark brown colour, low head. Aroma of malts and ensilage. Flavour has some maltiness, some bitterness - but lacks complexity. Cool bottle and label promises more than the beer keeps. Probably better cask conditioned?
Submited On: 2004-10-21
 
From: barthez - 808 Rank: Major General Hogs Head
Rating: 8.00
 
Excellent strong ale with a dark ruby colour. Always a pleasure to drink.
Submited On: 2004-10-22
 
From: tombetts - 5 Rank: Corporal Quart
Rating: 7.50
 
Excellent beer, amazingly appearence and taste. Toffee chocolate technique seems to have created a very interesting flavour.
Submited On: 2007-01-09
 
From: dirtydetko - 21 Rank: Sergeant Gallon
Rating: 8.00
 
A beer that never fails. Nice and light, very easy to drink without suffering from a lack in depth of flavour
Submited On: 2007-02-12
 
From: tombyars - 1031 Rank: Lieutenant General Butt
Rating: 7.50
 
First came across this strong ale in the Boswell Hotel in March 1993. Clear ruby red in colour with a striking white creamy head. Good fruity aroma with creamy mouthfeel. Pale malt complexes giving a rich malty Dundee cake flavour with syrupy overipe dates, raisins, sultanas and slight milky chocolate notes. Dry nutty almonds in the well balanced aftertaste leading to a dry vinous but sweet finish. Complex with an incredible depth of flavour, very easy to drink more than one!
Submited On: 2007-08-14
 
From: anth - 254 Rank: Lieutenant Colonel Kilderkin
Rating: 7.50
 
[500ml bottle at the Movie Bar, Milton Keynes] Pours much darker than I expected - a deep reddish brown with a large foamy light brown head. I'm not normally a huge fan of Wychwood beers, but this was top notch - lots of roasted malts, some red fruit, sweet without being syrupy and with a deep earthy bitterness following through to take the edge of the sweetness.
Submited On: 2008-10-26
 
From: Carry-oot - 6 Rank: Corporal Quart
Rating: 7.50
 
Previously liked this in bottles (or out of them!) but even better on draught for 1st time today. Full flavour but not as heavy as the darkish colour would suggest. Well balanced, fruity and malty but a bit more hoppiness would suit my taste buds even more.
Submited On: 2009-06-27

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