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This light, easy-drinking malty Scottish ale is accentuated by chocolate and a hint of peat smoked malt. This is a great session beer you can enjoy drinking with friends.
Yeast Bottle Caps and Priming Sugar not included

Additional Information

Kit Type All Grain
Beer Kit Makes 5 Gallons
Recipe & Instructions Click Here
Original Gravity 1.037
IBUs 20
Alcohol Content Low: < 4.0%
Color Dark
Flavor Malty
Country of Origin Other
Style Other

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Customer Reviews

First taste Review by Harold
Very pleased with outcome. Great color and taste. So smooth and not bitter. Will get this again and again. (Posted on 5/9/2019)
Very quaffable beer at an extremely low price Review by Catoptric
Has all of the Scottish qualities of beer and is strong enough to have effect, yet palatable enough to be an every day beer. Very good. (Posted on 9/19/2018)
Buried Treasure Review by Carl
I bought this a couple years ago and just found it again buried under some stuff in the garage. I got some fresh yeast and hops and brewed it up. There was the slightest bit of mold at a spot where the seal on the extract wasn't quite 100% but I figured that wasn't going to survive the boil and forged ahead.

After brewing and kegging we went on a three week holiday to South Africa so this had time to settle into a great, refreshing brew. As the description suggests it is a great brew to break up the monotony of the current hop forward craze. I do not get any peat but that could be the age. Very slight chocolate and a hint of malt. Nicely balanced and a goes down nicely after a long hot day. (Posted on 7/8/2018)
Great House beer Review by James
I love having this beer on tap. It's a great all-around brew; great for after working outside, good in the summer, and good in the winter. The only thing I do is add 1 pound of pale ale malt to give it a slight ABV boost (and use the entire ounce of hops a little earlier in the boil to get a little more balance with the added sugar). So, I guess mine is more of an 80 Shilling Ale! Good inexpensive brew. (Posted on 6/11/2018)

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