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Brewed By: Belhaven Brewery Company

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Number of Ratings: 812

Style: Scottish Ale

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

ABV: 5.20%

IBU: 25

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Scottish Ale

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Tasting Notes

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ekaboo profile pictureekaboo - December 24, 2015
Mike has had this at several places and likes it a lot. Similar to Newcastle, but a little creamier.
Beerguy33 profile pictureBeerguy33 - December 11, 2015
12/10/15 - 500 ml into a pint glass. Pours a semi-clear Amber color. Small quickly dissipating head and medium carbonation. Aroma is caramel, sweetness, molasses and a slight skunkiness. Taste is sweet malt, smokey, earthy, caramel slight nuttiness and very slight hops but little bitterness. My first Scottish ale and I was pleasantly surprised. The malt was not overpowering like I expected, but a fairly balanced beer that was slightly malt forward. Still not my favorite style, but I would have it again.
rt1371 profile picturert1371 - September 18, 2015
I really like this very similar to Newcastle IMO.
rt1371 profile picturert1371 - September 16, 2015
Wonderful flavor, easy to drink. One of the best Scottish Ale
travelmad478 profile picturetravelmad478 - September 5, 2015
Very smooth, creamy and light with not a very bold flavor
Gordono profile pictureGordono - August 14, 2015
Different! Very dark with slight but creamy head. Contradictorily to what the label says, I get a creamy taste with a fruity tartness and the aroma confirms that. This is a very complex beer. I can see why it's Belheaven's bet seller.
albroom profile picturealbroom - August 10, 2015
Mild but smooth
pizzarolls profile picturepizzarolls - July 11, 2015
Easy enough to drink. Easy enough to decide to drink something else if it was offered though. A lil nutty, but it's smooth. Not much more to it other than that.
mhamburg profile picturemhamburg - June 27, 2015
Best Scottish Ale I've ever had. Poured from can (2015). Very smooth and creamy head.
dogtor p profile picturedogtor p - June 17, 2015
Very smooth. Love the smoothness. Little in the way of taste, But smooth as silk.
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