harrisoni (19559) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - JUL 29, 2009
33cl bottle from Dranken Geers. Ruby, clear, lasting thick beige. Some fruit and malt on aroma. It’s a malty fruity ESB type beer. Alcohol is hidden well. Very drinkable, very easy on the swallow. Really rather approachable. Yeah, pretty good. asheft (3125) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 24, 2009
Peat smoke aroma with toasty toffee and a little banana. Clear blackish red with a thin white cover and lace. Very sweet brown sugar and molasses with significant bitterness and dry toffee. Detectable hops flavour. Medium carbonation, medium body, moderately bitter finish. A bit too sweet. Pinball (12626) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - JUL 23, 2009
clear deep red/brown, thick smooth yellow/white head.
dusty,faint bitter, faint malty aroma. a bit spicy. but basically boring.
flavor is whiskey, slightly smoked, dark fruits, lots of sweetness, malts, powerfull bitterness in the end. towards the end comes raisins and booze. overall i find this brew too boozy, and lacking some finesse. Wim (4240) - Weelde, BELGIUM - JUL 19, 2009
brown coloured sparkling body with a off white head a sweet malty fruity aroma a sweet malty caramel fruity taste with a alcholic bitter finish kp (10880) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JUL 19, 2009
MagnumPI (56) - Essex, ENGLAND - JUL 19, 2009
Date: May 24, 2009
Source: Ticker Tasting
Appearance: clear brown, fine beige head, streaks of lace
Aroma: sweet carame malt aroma, lots of earthyness
Flavor: rich caramel flavor, nice fruityness, caramel candy, light earthyness
Aroma: 7/10; Appearance: 7/10; Flavor: 7/10; Palate: 6/10; Overall: 15/20
Gordon’s Finest Scotch is brewed in Belgium by Anthony Martin, but hails from the Scottish Highlands and is in no-way truly Belgian.
The pour was excellent, deep coca-cola brown with a rich frothy fluffy stout-like head. Drunk as after dinner liquer in Lowlander Bar. Peculiar flavour of caramel and rich treacles, but in a defined style of its own. Enjoyable but not a style to hanker after. Will leave this one to the Scots Nordcore (1698) - Lyngen alps, NORWAY - JUL 14, 2009
Bottle 33 cl. Apperance; dark, red with a nice lightbrown head. Aroma; Nice, sweet malt, nuts, dark fruits. Flavor; still the sweet taste but the roasted malt and dark fruits takes more and more over. Very nice Eructoblaster (4458) - Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 11, 2009
Bottle - 330ml. Cola brown body with low carbonation and a thin off-white creamy head. Malty/hoppy aroma with caramel hints. Alcohol is undetectable. Its sharp hoppy taste carries brown sugar, caramel and grainy notes. Ends with a long bittersweet finish. emotv (353) - Izmir, TURKEY - JUL 9, 2009
Got it from a Irish pıub in Fiesole. Nice aromatic scents and caramell, malty taste. Medium head nice balanced quite hoppy taste but not too much hoppy. Very nice ale. drpimento (3815) - La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 22, 2009
Got this bottle from a shop on the corner across from the train station in Schaerbeek, Brussels, Belgium. Think there’s something wrong there as a lot of the beers have off flavors and aromas - even in cans. No idea why. Anyway, this one poured with an excellent head and lots of lace. Great mahoganey color. Aroma has definite skunk. After being open for a bit fades. Good scotch ale, but a little oversweet in a neutral way. Very nice body. If it weren’t for the skunk thing, good beer. Scotch ale finish, a bit warming. Little too sweet and strong for a session.