walleye (1099) - Sterling Heights, Michigan, USA - NOV 24, 2004
number 300 from the tap from my favorite brewery. poured a dark brown with a light tan head. aroma, alcohol, caramel, toffee, chocolate covered cherries, malts. flavor, creamy chocolate, alcohol, fruits single malt scotch. they must have kicked up the alcohol on this one. very good Oakes (17676) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 29, 2003
Very dark amber-brown. Murky. Huge aroma of alcohol, wood, and burnt pears. Large caramel palate, slight toffee & smoke. Long, chewy malts and very sweet finish.
GregClow (3402) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 27, 2003
MIBG Fest: The beer I had at the Festival was served under the name "Kuhnhenn 120 Schilling Scotch Ale", so I'm assuming that "Kuhnhenn Scotch Ale" is the same beer. Dark ruby-caramel colour with a small head. Strong notes of brown sugar and alcohol on the nose. Flavour of sweet malt, with lots of brown/maple sugar, and moderate hoppiness. The flavour does a good job hiding the alcohol that is apparent in the aroma. Inveigler (371) - Ferndale, Michigan, USA - MAR 24, 2003
A truly mediocre version of this style. All of the required maltiness was there, but it tasted pushed ... there was a strong diacytel butter scotchiness which I don't think was planned for. Lightly hopped, of course, but it cried for more. Not an impressive beer. Jfishback13 (273) - Royal Oak, Michigan, USA - JUL 14, 2002
I do apologize that my reviews of Kuhnhenn’s are quite similar, but there is a reason. The only way you can sample one of their beers is by going there. The simplistic feel while there, is almost as important as a hoppy undertone, etc. So I list stuff like this. First of all, Kuhnhenn’s has a nice little setup going on. Free, greasy popcorn substitues the need of a food menu. HJeck, last time I was there, they had ordered pizza and just said, ’help yourself.’ Noe the beers all have an honest, yet slighty strong malt flavor. At first sampling, I was nt a big fan, but the flavor grows on you and makes them a bit different from the norm. I do recommend. This beer sisn’t taste too much like a strong, scottish ale. They might have given me their Apricot Lager instead, because it tasted quite similar to that.