Instead of wielding the ax … pumpkin on a stick. Who?
Hobgoblin again today, although altered.
Not so long ago I described tasty Hobgoblin from Wychwood Brewery.
Today I present it in a Halloween version.
The bottle label presents us a well-known Hobgoblin, but dressed in matching colour to the atmosphere of night associated with pumpkin. He keeps, instead of an ax, a pumpkin in joker cap.
Signature informs us that we have to deal with the unofficial beer for Halloween.
Instead blue cap we have orange.
Alcohol content is the same, so all indications are that this is the same Hobgoblin dressed in occasional clothes.
Without further ado I check so as it is with this Hobgoblin.
Well, as I thought this is the same tasty Hobgoblin.
Beautiful deep color, pleasant taste and aroma, means it’s a repeat of tasting.
This Hobgoblin celebrates Halloween.
I don’t want to finish today’s post too fast.
I propose a short overview of characters from labels of Wychwood Brewery. This is only a small part of the collection, which brewery collects for years.
Part of beers are available only as cask–ale, a lot of them are/were seasonal beers. Each of them has their patron in the form of the original label.
For more I invite you to visit: http://wychwoodales.blogspot.co.uk/