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Brewed By: Belhaven Brewery Company

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7.11278

Number of Ratings: 798

Style: Scottish Ale

Brewed In: Spott Road, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland, UK

ABV: 5.20%

IBU: 25


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Belhaven Scottish Ale

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Tasting Notes

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Drjessup profile pictureDrjessup - October 5, 2011
A good balance between Guinness and New Castle.
jeffencourt profile picturejeffencourt - October 2, 2011
Thick off white head upon pour. Once it settles out it shows a nice deep amber color. Taste is creamy and malty. Slightly sweet with a bit of roastedness
Chef profile pictureChef - August 29, 2011
Deep Carmel color. Head stays around after poured into a chilled glass. Mild sweet aftertaste.o
Marplot profile pictureMarplot - August 16, 2011
The color is a nice rich brown bordering on caramel. I would say the malt defines the flavor much more than the hops do. ~ http://www.belhaven.co.uk/row/belhaven/scottishale.php Abv 3.9% and 5.2% Malty and hoppy, we at Belhaven love the classic Scottish Ale and we've been brewing it longer than any of the other beers we produce. Delivering a sweet, smooth and creamy finish, Scottish Ale has a stunning ruby colour in the glass. Magic.
txterror618 profile picturetxterror618 - August 9, 2011
Aroma: Heavy and sweet, like a rum raisin syrup. Appearance: A bright and clear copper red. Taste: A nice deep sweetness, like lightly caramel dipped raisins, couples with a light mouthfeel for very bright and refreshing drink. The after taste is a light balance of nut dryness and earthy hop bitterness. Overall: Yes this is a mass produced beer, but that is not intrinsically bad. The flavor balance in this is subset. Leaning toward the malty side, as the style would dictate, but not falling off of it. Definitely a bench mark in the Scottish Ale style. Very refreshing and a great winter six pack beer.
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