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Brewed By: Oskar Blues Grill & Brewery

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Average Rating:
6.9658

Number of Ratings: 3801

Style: Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy

Brewed In: 303 Main Street, Lyons, CO 80540, USA

ABV: 8%

IBU: 25


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Tasting Notes

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Jedwardlasko profile pictureJedwardlasko - February 16, 2016
True Scottish ale, not a big fan of the new "Nitro Brews."
Retired profile pictureRetired - February 8, 2016
Strong toasted hops. Dark beer, malty aftertaste.
hannahm profile picturehannahm - January 22, 2016
Dark, chestnut colored, strong malt smell, strong initial taste
SaulGoodman profile pictureSaulGoodman - January 17, 2016
Great scotch ale. Rich, thick, dark, malty, and tasty. Neck and neck with Monday Night Brewing's Drafty Kilt.
frankensplean profile picturefrankensplean - January 9, 2016
nitro version on tap. smooooth malty experience with caramel flavor & slight highland sheep with blue-painted arse.
frothyhead42 profile picturefrothyhead42 - December 30, 2015
Weird drinking scotch ale from a can. Very nice
moocheck profile picturemoocheck - December 30, 2015
Doesn't taste as dark as it pours, delicious beer with flavor that won't fill you up.
DudeBro1 profile pictureDudeBro1 - December 27, 2015
I give it 2.5 stars because I am just not a fan of these types of beers. Malty, dark, and boozy. I'm an IPA guy myself. But I guess for the genre it's ok. The alcohol taste is a bit much though. Oh well, it's 8% so it'll GET YA DRUNK!!!
millerbg2@verizon.net profile picturemillerbg2@verizon.net - November 21, 2015
Nice, smooth very dark brown Scottish ale. Buy if available.
Beezer111 profile pictureBeezer111 - November 20, 2015
Good all the way they from aroma to finish, not over powering with scotch
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