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AdvantagesNice taste, nice price.

DisadvantagesNone.

...Introduction I'm not a very big drinker and only drink now and again. (That may be difficult to believe after my vodka review, but it's true.) Well, when I was shopping in my local Kwik-Save I saw they had a bottle of Wells & Young Courage Directors Superior Ale on offer, so I decided to pick myself a bottle up. Price and Packaging A bottle of this ale was reduced to just £1...

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Excellent

“A Magical ale”

published 08/12/2003

Advantagescolour, taste

Disadvantagesnot a summer beer

...I have recently really become fascinated with the wide range of beers available and can be found in the beer aisle of Asda umming and aahing and working out which one I should go for. This was me on Saturday afternoon. I eventually went for Hobgoblin strong dark ale from the Wyhwood brewery I had to buy it for three reasons. The first was the name. Hobgoblin is such a nice mysterious name...

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Good

“GLINDA'S ALE”

published 16/04/2006

AdvantagesLight and refreshing

DisadvantagesNot Wychwood's best

...a week, to a much larger concern producing over 50,000 barrels a year. The main man, Chris Moss, is said to like beers with hearty and individualistic flavours and aromas, and names them suitably. Beers like: Dog's Bollocks, Hobgoblin, Fiddlers Elbow and Pumpking, Black Wych, and one called White Wych, a (what else?) Pale Ale. This is a seasonal ale brewed specifically for the summer. I know, it...

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