TaktikMTL (7975) - Montréal, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 25, 2014
En fût. Verre de 12 oz dégusté directement à la brasserie au coût de 4,75$. Arôme: Odeur de céréales. Apparence: La couleur est brune opaque avec une faible densité de bulle. Présence d’un moyen col mousseux et d’une fine dentelle sur le verre. Saveur: Léger goût de pruneau et de caramel. Durée moyenne de l’arrière goût. Palette: Le corps est moyen avec une texture légèrement onctueuse. Moyenne effervescence en bouche. Légère présence de pruneau en arrière goût. (Rating #5781) mansquito (6904) - Nueva York, New York, USA - JUL 4, 2014
Dieu du Ciel, Montreal tap: Pours an ugly murky brown. Aroma is malts and tons of them. Taste is almost slightly sour, weirdly so. Plenty of malts of course. Not that much in the way of sugar. I finished this quickly because I did not find it to be all that pleasant. I usually like this style, but this... not so much. Marheb (6193) - San Diego, California, USA - JUL 3, 2014
Un jus de pruneaux machable qui roule dans la bouche, pas la plus élégante des concoctions. bottleforager (3208) - Gray, Maine, USA - JUN 29, 2014
Pours a hazy dull golden color with gaseous eggshell foam. Lots of round oats on the palate, big full mouthfeel with some honey kissed cereal grain, rustic oat and light grass and citrus bitterness to draw out the finish and keep it refreshing. Metalchopz (3534) - Cantley, Quebec, CANADA - MAY 19, 2011
Originally rated Novermber 2008. Enjoyed at the brewpub itself (written "ale écossaise à l’avoine" beside its title on the chalkboard). Poured a cloudy beige-brown colour with a caramel malt nose and a touch of maple syrup. The mouthfeel was watery with a little fizz. Grainy malt taste with a mild hoppiness in the finish. Very interesting brew that is a great session ale. Refreshing and tasty.
MiP (15973) - Sønderborg, DENMARK - SEP 9, 2010
Draught, 5.4% at the brewpub. Weak roasted aroma. Muddy amber colour. Smalltan head. The flavour is roasted. Has a faint berry hint. Not sweet. A bit rougher than expected. rederic (3344) - montréal, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 23, 2010
Cloudy muddy amber hue, with a beige head, with a yeasty, soft wet earthy maltiness, oat nose, with some mild floral hop leafy, grassy hop accents in the aroma follows through on a medium-bodied palate with a yeasty, old earthy malty, cereal character with a kind of wet rotten flowery hop leafy, grassy note, and a faint fruity , caramel flavor, leading towards a leafy, grassy hop bitterness finish. I don’t know where they are going with this beer, cannot be a scottish ale way too hoppy for the style. GonZoBeeR (3061) - ste-catherine, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 22, 2010
On tap at the pub....
Appearance brown,good lacing white head...
DerWeg (1708) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 12, 2010
Foggy murky brown, clean lightly sweet nose, clean round taste with sweet replays of honey malt and grain, amazing mouthfeel enhanced by compactly dry finish. JulienHuxley (5950) - Sherbrooke, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 3, 2010
UPDATED: JUL 4, 2010 Tap at the brewpub. Rather dark pour, a bit of white head. Aroma of grain, I can really pick up the distinctive oat aromas, smells like an oatmeal stout with a ton of small fruit. Seriously, smelling this beer is like sticking your nose into a berry pie or at least as close as it gets without actually adding fruit to the beer. The oats also come out bitter in the taste, but balanced with the nice scottish ale sweetness. Palate is a bit thin. Overall, another successful experiment by the guys who turn everything they touch into gold.