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Brewed By: Innis & Gunn

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Number of Ratings: 618

Style: Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy

Brewed In: PO Box 17246, Edinburgh, EH11 1YR, Scotland, UK

ABV: 7.40%

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Scotch Ale (Rum Oak Barrel Aged)

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Tasting Notes

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millermoments profile picturemillermoments - February 2, 2012
No bitter aftertaste. Dark and smooth
edarosa profile pictureedarosa - January 7, 2012
gmurias profile picturegmurias - January 6, 2012
So good I can't wait to try their other offerings. I especially like the buttery sweet after taste. Also apparent to the nose.
mdpmclean profile picturemdpmclean - December 18, 2011
Pours a deep brown colour. Out of the bottle, it smells a bit skunked, but let it sit for a minute or two. The rum and vanilla really shine through in aroma and flavour.
brandibruce profile picturebrandibruce - November 7, 2011
Slightly heavier but finishes with a pleasant bite
txterror618 profile picturetxterror618 - August 10, 2011
Aroma: Light and sweet, an edge of apricot and dark sugar. There us definite hint of wood on a deep sniff. Appearance: Nice and deep brown red with a just off tan head n Taste: Sweet and tame, the barrels seem to have really mellowed out the flavor. There a slight alcohol bite on the end of the drink that brings with it an edge of rum flavor. A definite hop bitterness is there but in no way is the main player. A nice smooth mouthfeel gives a luxury feel to the beer. Taste: Another great offering from this brewery devoted to wood aging. The shorter time in a more flavored wood adds a subtle edge to the great base ale they make. Not quite as good as thee original, missing some of the smokey sweetness for a brown sugar edge, this is still not to be missed.
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