best beer in years
"Expect a delicious full-bodied toffee flavour and a fruity finish of figs, raisins and dates" (Product description) Expect only marketing hype, then you won't taste the bitterness of only tasting bitterness.
My Search Endeth...
...when I came across this beer. After switching from lager, I quested for something tastier, and the Hobgoblin range rose to the top, with the strong, yet smooth and tasty King Goblin taking the crown. Just the job, I fret when stocks are low!