Wychwood Goliath


This is one of several beers I got while I was in London at the convenience store, Nisa Local, across from where we were staying. I was hoping that it would be a mighty brew capable of washing away the exhaustion of so much sight seeing (or maybe just slay a mighty thirst). 


An amberish copper color with a small white head appeared ready to do battle with my exacting senses. This giant smelled like beer with some caramel maltiness and even a light hint of citrusy hops. I was left with a bitter smell as my main impression. My enemy plunged into the fight running across the battlefield of my tongue. The conflict started as a bready malt with some slight pretzel. At the end of the charge was some hoppy bitterness. I placed my pint in front of me slayed. While not a vastly complex enemy it was refreshing and something I could endeavor to dual with all night. My rating is partially so high because at that moment the low ABV of 4.2% was exactly the kind of beer I needed. 

Overall: 9/10


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About Colin Smith

Hi, I'm Colin, I love a good hoppy IPA, but I can find immense enjoyment in a solid session beer, imperial stout, quadrupel or a nostalgic beer from my past.

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