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Brewed By: Innis & Gunn

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Number of Ratings: 488

Style: Scottish Oatmeal Stout

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

ABV: 7.0%

IBU: 42

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Irish Whiskey Cask

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Tasting Notes

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cocamide profile picturecocamide - March 20, 2013
Roasted malt, oak aroma. Vanilla wood flavor.
Rbar1018 profile pictureRbar1018 - March 19, 2013
Good stout with an after taste of Irish whiskey
codehead profile picturecodehead - March 8, 2013
The best of the Innis and Gunn selection. Nice stout flavor profile without the heaviness. Just the right whiskey overtones.
viv_14 profile pictureviv_14 - March 4, 2013
Full flavour stout with the classic whiskey taste, very rich and smooth
mania profile picturemania - March 2, 2013
Delicious smoky taste.
BCR3 profile pictureBCR3 - July 4, 2012
Good and strong whiskey flavor, just not totally my taste.
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - June 23, 2012
Dark brown with a decent foamy, beige head with poor retention. Chocolate and bread aromas with a bit of oak. Smells a bit boozy. It is lighter-bodied than anticipated with a balanced finish, having more drying depth than typical I&G beers but with a very fizzy/tingly over carbonated mouthfeel. Not creamy at all. Flavour is sweet with a hint of molasses, but is fairly boozy, with faint traces of caramel and cola tastes discernible as I grow accustomed to it.
pmiller17 profile picturepmiller17 - June 20, 2012
Solid stout, not too thick, tastes warm, very evident whiskey aftertaste that doesn't step on the beer flavor. Sweetness of whiskey and oak barrel taste compliments typical stout flavors. Less chocolate & coffee notes. After taste very much like having a bit of Jameson.
Ryan1223 profile pictureRyan1223 - May 21, 2012
Pours dark brown with a rather hefty head, mostly because I poured hard after thinking it was flat. The large bubbles stayed around awhile and left a nice ring as I drank. A good scotch ale flavor, but the whiskey doesn't really jump out at me, which is perfectly fine, as many barrel aged beers are very overpowering. Would definitely drink again
Bhegarty27 profile pictureBhegarty27 - April 4, 2012
It is a beautiful marriage between the Scottish stout and the distiller Irish whiskey. You pick up the subtle floral taste and scents of the whiskey and they compliment the bold and strong taste of the stout absolutely amazing
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