Shepherd Neame, Warlocks Broth from England
4.0% amber colour with a nice head, sweet malt and hop aroma, bitter caramel taste, nothing special but not bad.
Shepherd Neame, Spooks Ale from England
4.7%, deed red colour with a thin head, caramel malt aroma, nice toffee malt taste.
Badger, Pumpkin Ale from England
4.6% amber colour with a poor head, smell like a pumpkin lantern the morning after Halloween, fruity but bitter taste, not sure about this one.
Caledonian, Trick or Treat from Scotland
4.4% deep gold colour with a good head, toffee aroma, mild toffee and hop taste, I got no ginger at all but I did like it a lot. Very poor phone photo.
Nick Stafford’s Hambleton Ales, Ghostly Glory from England
4.0% deep gold colour with a good head, fudge aroma, some toffee in the taste, I liked this one.
Wychwood, Pumpking from England
5.0% deep amber colour with a good head, fruity aroma, fruity and slightly hoppy taste, not at all like the last pumpkin beer I tried, this one was quite good.
Wychwood, Hobgoblin from England
5.2% dark amber with a thin head, fruity hop aroma, nice creamy malt taste, very good beer and the beast of the bunch
I have also had a few beer with Witch or Wych in the title that could be used for Halloween
Moorhouse's, Pendle Witches Brew from England
5.1% light amber colour with no head, nice caramel aroma and taste.
Moorhouse's, Blond Witch from England
4.5%, gold colour with a thin head, slight citrus aroma, some bitterness and hop taste, not as good as the label.
Wychwood, Black Wych from England
5.0% very dark with a thin but lasting head, no aroma when cold but roasted malt as it warms, bitter roasted malt taste.
Wychwood, White Wych from England
4.0%, not as blond as I expected more like an amber colour, thin head, slight hop aroma, fairly bitter but not much else to say, average beer.