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Wychwood – Wytchcraft Ale

Hello again,

Third in my series of Wychwood beers, today I bring you it’s namesake ale. http://www.wychwood.co.uk/

Beer: Wychcraft

Brewery: Wychwood (Marstons), England

Wychwood's Wychcraft - mild blonde slightly acidic refreshing lager 7 o5 () 10

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Impressions:
 This is a smooth, light ale (bordering on lager like freshness). Light in colour but not lacking in bitter hops. Refreshing cereal notes with a lingering bitterness mixed with a nice citrus backing. Light in body. Medium to low carbonation.

ABV: 4.5%

Score: 7.25 / 10 (Good to Very Good)

Verdict: This is a nice light ale that has a good amount of bitterness. The lower ABV of this beer counts slightly against it as it has a very light body that could use a kick (but could also count toward it on a hot summer day). Well worth a try.

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Wychwood – Snake’s Bite

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Today I bring you my first, shall I say, hybrid beer. A unique offering from the Legendary Wychwood Brewery (http://www.wychwood.co.uk/), a mix between Lager and Cider, this one certainly intrigues.

Beer: Snake’s Bite

Brewery: Wychwood (Marstons), England

Wychwood Snake's bite - England - very smooth ale with very sweet apple notes married with light cereal beer notes very odd fruit beer confusing medium low carbonation - 4o2 abv - 6o5 () 10
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Impressions: This is a very smooth cider / beer combination. However, it is very sweet. Strong apple notes are blended with light cereal hops and bitterness. Medium to low carbonation.

ABV: 4.2%

Score: 6.5 / 10 (Average)

Verdict: This is an odd one. It’s beer.. but.. but it’s cider. And a very sweet one at that. It wasn’t bad. But it wasn’t great. Definitely different and definitely worth a try if you enjoy Belgian style fruit beers. Weird.

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Which Witch is Which Wychwood – A Hobgoblin Special

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Today I bring you the first of many beers from the Legendary Wychwood Brewery.  Check out their wicked website here:

http://www.wychwood.co.uk/#/home//hobgoblin/home

I recommend a play around!

Beer: Hobgoblin

Brewery: Wychwood (Marstons), England

Wychwood's Hobgoblin - dark chocolate flavour smooth lightly carbonated smooth 7 o5 () 10

Impressions: This is a very smooth dark ruby ale. Strong malt and and bitter-sweet dark chocolate notes to the front. A refreshing hops bitterness lingers among the hidden dark fruits. Medium to low carbonation.

ABV: 5.2%

Score: 7.5 / 10 (Very Good)

Verdict: This is an ale that has often been a repeat buy of mine. Not the highest ranking beer, but it has enough flavour to satisfy. This  complemented by a light and refreshing quality will keep you coming back for more. Easy drinking and enjoyable. Mmm.

 

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