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42
74
style
Brewed by Cairngorm
Style: Bitter
Aviemore, Scotland
Serve in English pint

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RATINGS: 100   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   EST. CALORIES: 132   ABV: 4.4%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Pasteurised bottle.
A pleasant mahogany coloured best bitter, malt predominating, gives a satisfying fullness of flavour. A glass or two of "Nessie’s Monster Mash" is a must before seeking an audience with the monster. The legendary monster is a source of constant speculation and rumour as he watches from his lair deep in the dark and mysterious depths of majestic Loch Ness.

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3.6
sound67 (731) - Offenbach, GERMANY - JAN 11, 2010
50cl bottle, label as shown. Pours a clear hazelnut brown with a medium-sized light beige head. Good retention, decent lacing. Aroma of ripe plums, toffee and bready malt. Medium-bodied bitter with a solid, smooth mouth feel. Very moderate carbonation. Velvety and comforting. :=) Characterful flavour of caramel, roasted malt and some barnyard notes. Bitterness increases towards the finish. Moderately bitter, lingering after taste. A smooth and satisfying bitter, more complex and rewarding than many. Down the hatch - next one, please!

3.5
bierkoning (13352) - La Tropica/Doarp, NETHERLANDS - JAN 23, 2004
Bottle. Amber color, steady big frothy head. malt and licirice aroma and flavor. Just a hint of toast. Apple. Thin to medium bodied.

3.5
RichardGretton (4770) - Leicestershire, ENGLAND - FEB 1, 2004
Dark ale with a light head. Light bitter coffee aroma, and a light coffee flavour. Overall a good mature drink.

3.5
pivnizub (10614) - Bochum, Porúří, GERMANY - OCT 20, 2010
Bottle: Almost clear, reddish-amber coloured, bigger lacy & stable off-white head; malty and slight roasty nose, dried fruits and herbal hops detectable; light to medium bodied, creamy MF, moderate bitter-sweet flavour; lingering citrussy and roasty finish - with traces of cacao-powder - and a lingering hoppy aftertaste. A goody.....

3.5
cgarvieuk (24462) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - NOV 26, 2012
bottle a long long time agao ... dark red ... dark chocolate malt nose ... deep rpoast ... soft honeyish tones

3.4
Spiesy (2338) - Sydney, Greater London, AUSTRALIA - MAR 13, 2004
Bottled. Deep amber coloured body, with a smooth, lacy white head, steadily fading. Vanilla and sweet malt aroma. Mature malt flavour with decent bitterness providing the required balance for the malts. Easy drinking.

3.4
DruncanVeasey (8226) - NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - NOV 4, 2009
Bottle at The Penguin Beer Bobbing/13 Beers of Halloween tasting. Deep clear ruby with a fine mushroom halo. Decent buttered malt loaf aroma. Fine malty refreshment with insinuating notes of caramel, fig and malt loaf. Bready, a bit buttery and good.

3.4
AshtonMcCobb (6601) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JUL 21, 2012
50cl bottle from Glen Moray distillery shop. Pours a very dark amber with a nice head. The nose has fruit cake and hints of ginger. The taste has fruit loaf which turns into ginger bread in the finish. The palate is medium bodied with a creamy texture and a clean and quite bitter finish. Overall, a well made ale.

3.4
MissPxx (991) - Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 15, 2015
Lovely hoppy aroma but not overpowering. Very dark amber appearance. Always tastes nicer when it's bought for you as a present by a great friend :) ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.4
Stuartyboy (1668) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - JUN 30, 2016
Bottle from Dobbies garden world Ayr a dark reddish brown beer with sweet fruity aroma flavour is dried fruits toasted malts hints of nuts and carmel sweetness quite a smooth bitter


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