Cirrhosis (1283) - Edmonton, Alberta, - OCT 25, 2012SVD (1955) - NETHERLANDS - JUN 23, 2017
Ok Iím going to give Innis & Gunn another chance after a few years of boycotting this crappy beer company I decided to give it another chance. Clear amber brew with a creamy white cap floating on top. Sweet bready aroma with hints of spice, and honey. What is that fruit?!?!?!?! I canít nail it down. Oak is starting to show now when warm. Buttery oak flavour with possible raspberry, rum is coming through. Wow this is not good, not good at all. How does this brewery keep making the same crappy oak aged beer. Malts are ok quality but the oak doesnít complement it at all it just turns in to sweet butter drink. I guess there was a spice but at this point I donít care. I think I need to give this place another three year break.
Bottle at home, dark red brown beer, small head. Aroma is malt, fruit, wood. Taste is the same, metal, sweet, meh. hauxe (712) - Butzbach, Hesse, GERMANY - FEB 22, 2017
Pours dark amber from the bottle. The head is fizzy and rapidly deteriorates, soon vanishing entirely. The aroma is rum-ladened with hints of oak and vanilla - it is not, however, particularly strong. Taste is toffee sweet with a light rum kick going into the finish. Oak and vanilla round out the flavor. Palate is to the light side of medium, and a touch too thin for me. The barrel flavors are very nice, but still cannot make a great beer out of a mediocre one. Good. rederic (3335) - montrťal, Quebec, CANADA - DEC 18, 2016
330ml bottle, dark brown color, with a beige head, with a sweet vanilla rhum oak barrel, sponge toffee nose, with some toasted, caramelized, biscuity malty, milk chocolate, spicy vanilla, faint cinnamon accents and a french toast, dried fig, subtle english pudding, subtle fruitcake, light butterscotch note in the aroma follows through on a medium-bodied palate with a sweet fruity toasted, caramel, biscuity, bready, dark malty, vanilla rhum oak barrel character, with some dark toffee, sponge toffee, subtle cinnamon, butterscotch, dark dried fruit, subtle burnt caramel flavours, leading towards a fruity toffeeish, spicy cinnamon vanilla rhum barrel oakiness, lingering fruity toasted, caramelized, biscuity maltiness finish. MrJamesMcEwan (243) - SCOTLAND - SEP 9, 2016
Innis & Gunn Rum Finish 6.8% * Bottle. Pours dark amber, clear, with a tan head. * Aroma is sweet malt, oak, rum, cereal & toffee. * Palate is medium, high carbonation, fine bubbles. * Taste is vanilla, oak, rum, toffee. * Finish is sweet, malty & dry. * Overall vanilla, oak, rum, toffee. glacier (270) - Warszawa, POLAND - SEP 6, 2016
Szkockie piwo dojrzewające 57 dni w beczkach po rumie. Kolor ciemno herbaciany. Zapach słaby, słodowy, minimalnie rumowy. Piana zostawia okrąg. Spore wysycenie. Smak troszkę rumowy, gorzko miodowy, treściwy. Czuć słodowość.
stouby (4653) - Holbśk, DENMARK - MAY 13, 2016
Bottle at home. Clear copper with a beige head. Aroma medium malty (caramel, fruity) notes of wood, vanilla and rum. Flavor medium sweet and spicy, rum. Medium body, some warming alcohol. DraftDodger (1458) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAY 7, 2016
Copenhagen //5 2016. 33 cl bottle from Rema1000. Classic Innis & Gunn look but in dark bottle. Declares that this beer is full-bodied and bursting with fruit and spicy notes. I canít hardly wait. Pours deep amber with white head. Evaporates almost completely upon pouring. Aroma is sweet of vanilla, caramel, rum and a little alcohol. Soft carbonation and slightly thick palate. Flavor is quite sweet as well. Reminds me a little of sherry. You can actually taste the rum the beer is named after. Very typical I&G - and if you like their brand of beer, this is a fine specimen. Hidden_Pooch (518) - Stratford, Prince Edward Island, CANADA - APR 23, 2016
Pours a ruby red with a big frothy off white head. Aroma is of toffee, caramel, wood, and spice. Tastes of toffee, caramel, spice, and vanilla. Has a smooth light body with average carbonation. Surprisingly this beer is quite refreshing. slowrunner77 (11927) - Reno, Nevada, USA - FEB 5, 2016
from the same Total Wine the old arse blonde was from. This was much better, though also seemingly past itís prime. Muddled malts, with a light spice and boozey oak finish. Just ok. TomTron (452) - South Carolina, USA - JAN 10, 2016
Pours a dark amber with a thin head. Aromas of vanilla and some fruity notes. Flavor is a bit of the same with some caramel roasted malts. Not bad, pretty sweet and not really any hint of rum from what I can tell, but still a decent offering.