Should you be put off a beer because the label is so badly designed or because the beer has a terrible name?
I don’t mean the misogynist 70s type innuendos, just simple bad or un-design images.
It puts me off.
This beer is an example of a pretty decent bottle conditioned session ale hidden behind rubbish packaging.
Light and sweet aromas float up from this clean amber beer.
The malts are all about runny honey with a hint of spice, and the hopping is crisp, dry and long enough to make you want another swig.
But Nobby’s, if you’re reading this, get someone to do a redesign for you.
I know someone who can help 😉
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