Stuartyboy (1644) - Ayr, - JAN 31, 2013AshtonMcCobb (6496) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 28, 2014
Cask at Green Mantle clear amber ale with flavours of raisins biscuity and nutty underlying sweetness decent bitter style beer
On tap at the Red Squirrel.
Appearance - chestnut brown with some lovely red chinks. Nice creamy head.
Nose - nuts and cream but a little faint.
Taste - more creamy nuts. Just a hint of chocolate biscuits.
Palate - medium bodied with a creamy texture and a fairly fresh finish considering the style.
Overall - possibly served a little cold. Should also be a Scottish Ale by style. cgarvieuk (24156) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 22, 2013
cask at blue blazrt ... copper ... thin tan lacing ... soft sweet toffee malts .. soft juicy roast ... light toffee ... light hop spice ... light toffee fruit linger BeerCast_Rich (1906) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 21, 2013
[cask at the Blue Blazer, Edinburgh] Coppery brown beer with a small white head, which reduces pretty quickly to a lacing. The aroma is earthy malt, nutty, and slightly bready. Darker, bread-crust-like flavours at first, before the softer, fruitier edges of the malt come out. Decent session beer  mr_h (5434) - Ayr, SCOTLAND - FEB 5, 2012
Cask by handpump at Halfway House, Edinburgh (2 Feb 12) - lightly hopped, clear amber ale with small off white head, carbonation quite high, fruity taste, very smooth
McNeillR (2313) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - JAN 23, 2012
Possibly a bad pint, possibly too early in its run. Not too cold and not any distinctive head (even for Stewarts) with a pungent throat kicking nose. This is quickly eased by a thick amber bitter wedge and salty, but flat linger. Improved a little through the pint but not enough to recommend for more than the tick.