AshtonMcCobb (6612) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 5, 2011
33cl bottle. Pours amber with a decent head. The nose has ginger nut biscuits and crystalized oranges and muscavado sugar. The taste has ginger, oranges, The palate is medium bodied, good texture and a reasonably clean finish which is persistent. Overall, this is their best effort so far. reebtogi (6277) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - DEC 13, 2011
341ml bottle pours amber in color with a finger of white head that settles quickly leaveing only a few spots of lacing on the glass. Aroma is caramel and whiskey with hints of oak and vanilla. Taste is a caramel malty sweetness with hints of whiskey and oak and an earthy hoppy bitter finish. Medium body and light carbonation. Overall, a pleasing ale but could use a bit more hops to better manage the malty sweetness. mkel07 (5988) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - JUN 23, 2012
330ml bottle. Starts off amber but turns to a murky brown colour with a thin wispy swirl of foam. Loads of spice and fruit in the aroma and the flavour with a big alcohol kick to finish things off. BoBoChamp (5755) - Gent, BELGIUM - SEP 22, 2011
33cl, as Innis & Gunn Canada Day 2011, exclusive Scottish brew, from Bierzwerg Greven, complex brew, sweet/malty and slightly woody/fruity, not too heavy, balanced, clear, good head, good brew, yet expensive Marko (5718) - Split / Zagreb, CROATIA - OCT 3, 2011
Bottle at Per’s. Dark amber body, small white head. Cream and alcohol in the nose, slightly malty. Smooth creamy bourbon taste, light and sweet. Alcohol present. Buttery. Eh. Not too bad, but I don’t like this kind of beers.
zacgillbanks (5185) - Tyne & Wear, ENGLAND - AUG 23, 2012
Bottle from Rehills, Newcastle. A red-brown beer with sweet red fruity, vanilla and oak flavours with sweet fruit and whisky on the finish. presario (4916) - Stampede City, Alberta, CANADA - JUN 5, 2011
Bottle saved from the light in a cardboard box with Canadian art. Dark amber with light froth. Aroma of dark toffee with hints of oak, coffee and chocolate. Flavour seems light at the front but then big dark toffee and alcohol hits the back of the palate and holds in the aftertaste. Could be a desert beer as it reminds me of an alcohol and toffee addition to ice cream. Initially I would pan it but that back end keeps getting more addictive. Very interesting. Happy early Canada Day to me! robinvboyer (4677) - Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 17, 2011
Light fruity aroma, a touch of uk hops, and some subtle vanilla and oak. Flavor is quite malty, sweet and bready. A super short finish with a light sweetness. This is really quite good! Wow a good innis and gunn beer? Its one of the rare innis beers that doesnt taste like abd oaky buttery mess. BillKismet (4064) - Seattle, Washington, USA - OCT 22, 2011
This "Canada Day" ale claims be an "oak-aged scottish ale" on the packaging.... Ruby-amber body with tanned airy and creamy top. The bouquet is composed of finely crafted oak massaged into an amber sugar malt body. There is a delightful woodsyness of oak-barrel breath. A clean oak profile throughout. The flaovr reminds me of a pleasant Candian whiskey. A stronger oak presence makes itself known and there again is te well apportioned woody character--this time also accompanied by soft vanillins. Well-crafted and nuanced. Not very scotch ale-like--more of a Canadian Whiskey ale. mile (3947) - Helsinki, FINLAND - OCT 3, 2011
Bottle. Dark amber, small to average and and fully diminishing head. Moderate, malty and sweetish aroma, wooden oak - vanilla, caramel and toffee, light fruitiness with dark fruits. Body is medium, malty and sweet flavor, caramel with some toffee, vanilla with some wooden notes, fruitiness with dark fruits. Finish is average, malty and sweetish with caramel - some toffee, lots of vanilla with some dark fruits and wooden notes, some fruitiness. Interesting brew, but too sweet and too much caramel for me.