Of course this caught my eye due to the punk overtones(or is that undertones!) in the name & label.
I found it to be a bit too bitter but after a few tastes you got used to it and it was lovely and I can see myself quaffing a few of these, plus it was only 99p a bottle in my giant Tesco..
This is what the brewery say about it
A beer of inherent contradiction. This heavy weight of the beer world is strikingly delicate with a white gold appearance. The light fruity aroma dominates the initial confrontation; lychee, kiwi and passionfruit all prevail with subtle nuances of cherry and strawberry.
Don’t be fooled however by this smooth medium bodied ale. As it trickles down your throat as this wolf in sheep’s clothing begins to grow teeth. The bite comes as the bitterness builds and endures no matter how hard the malty sweetness of the alcohol tries to tame this ferocious beast. An exciting beer that will captivate with a whole body drinking experience.
I have heard of BrewDog before (i had their stout somewhere but can’t remember) and they sell the Beer online this one in particular is £12 for a case of 12 a good investment if you can’t get it locally..
Now I wonder if they would give some of this Fine beer away for Shed Week as we now have an official Punk band who Iam sure would love a few pints.