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Brewed By: Innis & Gunn

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Average Rating:
7.46764

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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Rum Cask Oak Aged Beer

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Tasting Notes

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gators1234@bellsouth.net profile picturegators1234@bellsouth.net - May 31, 2016
I must be missing something because this has no taste
mikeyw profile picturemikeyw - March 29, 2016
Delicious. Innis & gunn does not disappoint
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - August 9, 2015
A dark Scottish ale with a fruity scent. It does not taste like beer or rum. It just tastes of oak tannins and slight vanilla. Not a bad taste but was hopeful of more. Mouthfeel was very thin and watery. With these flavors I think it would be better with a fuller body.
Atlien2317 profile pictureAtlien2317 - April 2, 2014
Aroma of malts with fruit. More like cherries. Brown color with very little head. Very sweet with faint bitterness. Scottish Ale with a hint of rum flavor. Very easy drinking. Very enjoyable!
MonkeyNinja profile pictureMonkeyNinja - January 18, 2014
Strong, dark, sweet, rum after taste.
daneyf88 profile picturedaneyf88 - October 20, 2013
Had at WOB.
apayne35173 profile pictureapayne35173 - August 18, 2013
Definitely taste the rum, starts well but finishes like hell
ml_hyatt profile pictureml_hyatt - July 23, 2013
Its was ok. 3/5. It tasted like someone threw a light beer in a rum barrel and let it age. The bourbon ales are by far a better beer.
Ern Dog profile pictureErn Dog - July 4, 2013
An interesting concept brew from Scotland. A beer aged with rum chips. You can really taste the rum notes amidst this good, solid body beer. Not too heavy or overwhelming of rum, as I expect. And not much beer hop texture in the palate either, but it does go down rather easy. Cheers from sunny Southern California, USA... Happy Independence Day! 7/4/13
stuartfelliott@hotmail.com profile picturestuartfelliott@hotmail.com - June 3, 2013
Good scotch ale style beer with good smooth finish. Great lace head. Slight rum hint from aging in rum cask. Adds a really good dimension to the beer. I want to brew this now.
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