Copper-colored ale with mahogany reflections, intense notes of caramel and malt, hints of biscuit, toffee and toffee on the palate. Robust and well balanced with a smoky note on the finish.


water, barley malt, hop, yeast

Malt: pale ale, crystal, biscuit, smoked
Hop: fuggle, est kent golding

6.5% VOL. | Bottle 33cl | Keg 20lt

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Scottish ales tend to be more malty, in flavor and aroma, darker and more full-bodied than their English cousins. Sometimes the use of peat roasted malts gives a sense of smoke that makes the beer more complex and tasty.