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RATINGS: 15   MEAN: 3.7/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.55/5   IBU: 22   EST. CALORIES: 204   ABV: 6.8%
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Mountain Man is a beautiful dark mahogany colored ale with a rich complexity of malty flavors. Flavors take you into the mountains of toffee, dark chocolate, caramel and coffee. Mountain Man is brewed with local Montana honey and a touch of molasses. This ale has a very light body and finishes with just a hint of smoke. Mountain Man is more than your average scotch ale. Its uniqueness makes it a truly original strong ale.

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3.5
kyzr (1593) - Montana, USA - OCT 30, 2016
Amber pour from can with brownish head. Sweet grain and some toasted nut on the nose. Flavor is sweet up front with with some caramel and toffee. Nice texture and clean finish.

3.5
BuckeyeBoy (8301) - Boise, Idaho, USA - OCT 14, 2016
16oz can with a crazy pop top. Pours out amber topped with a sand head. Nose is grain some toffee sweetness and roast nut. Taste is more of the pit fruit notes rich malts and sweetness.

3.9
Ibrew2or3 (8808) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - OCT 2, 2016
16oz big mouth pry off top can pours with a clear deep ruby red body that supports a tan head. The modest aroma offers up crystal malts, some roasted malts, a dash of prunes and then some spicy notes. The taste delivers some richness with thin sweet prune fruitiness wrapped around crystal and roasted malts and then some malty sweetness. Into the finish the malt roastiness grows and leaves a modestly dry finish. This is pretty darn nice.

3
jgb9348 (6438) - Arlington (Pentagon City), Virginia, USA - SEP 13, 2016
Dark brown coloured body with a cola coloured glow near the bottom and a fast-fading light brown head, about two centimetres that fades down quickly. Aroma of caramel, cereal (think goya malt), grain, spent wort, oatmeal and a touch of caramel and sugars with a bit of yeast around. Light to Medium-bodied; Assertive herbal and bittering notes at first with a little caramel, some yeast and a touch of grain, all with a bit of funk at the end. Aftertaste shows some of the bitterness with a lot of grain and caramel noticeable, but no real complexities or intricacies around. Overall, a decent beer for the style, but showing the full hand up front and not leaving anything to later, along with no real complexities throughout. I sampled this sixteen ounce can purchased from Vintage Cellars in Great Falls, Montana on 20-June-2016 for US$2,75 sampled at home back on the other side of this great country in Washington on 12-September-2016.

3.7
voyageurmike (502) - Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 14, 2016
Draft at the Celtic Cowboy. Clear mahogany color and chocolate aroma. Medium bodied, with bittersweet chocolate and molasses flavor. Caramel malt finish.

3.5
Bill Becker (1370) - Casper, Wyoming, USA - FEB 14, 2016
Pours a clear dark brown with reddish highlights. Not a big head of foam but it is long lasting. Fruity spicy malty nose. Leans towards the sweet side; better for me as I am tough on the style and any hint of peat would be a major negative. Mildly sweet, fruity, right taste of grain, nice. Good mouthfeel. An easily approachable Scotch Ale for me. Nothing overboard.

3.7
dwyerpg (6378) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - AUG 23, 2015
A little alcohol and smoke in the aroma, looks great. At first I thought this is actually light-bodied until I remembered it’s a Scotch Ale and not a wee heavy. A little bit sweeter than I like but pretty good

4.3
bartzluke (598) - Oklahoma, USA - JUL 27, 2015
16oz pour pour from room temp can into Engelszell trappist beer glass in Vienna, Austria. I packed this beer all the way from Montana all the way here to give myself a taste of home. Boy was it worth it. Pours a dark mahogany, opaque, with a moderate light brown head that dissipates fairly quickly. Body is smooth, full, and milky. Nose is sweet caramel, dark bread, and cherry pie. Taste is sweet, toffee, and caramel up front, followed by a little bread and nuttiness, and then a hint of bitterness, more nuttiness, and a little woody taste. Great flavors and great flavor progression. A beer that offers exactly what I want for the style in exactly the right amounts.

3.9
bnokk (539) - Lee, Massachusetts, USA - JUL 25, 2015
’Full Open? Can, in a national park in WY. APPEARANCE - dark brown color, looks clear in the can. I can simulate a light brown head by shaking the can a bit. NOSE - really nice malty scent, smells exactly like a scotch ale should. As it warms, scents that I associate with a scotch ale emanate from the can when I swirl the beer. FLAVOR - great malty character and pretty mild body. Surprisingly, there is none of the traditional scotch flavor at the end of this sip when it?s cold. But wait for it to warm up a bit and it kicks in. Wait a bit longer for it to be fully warm, and enjoy a nice caramel aftertaste to boot. NOTES - really great beer, my first from this brewery and I?m very pleased.

3.9
Beerdrinker79 (2188) - Idaho, USA - JUN 17, 2015
16 oz cool single use pint can, thanks Poisoneddwarf- Pours mostly black with a thin light tan head that reduces to a collar. Aroma is caramel malts, peat, lightly smoky, some minerals. The taste is caramel malts, peaty, medium dry bitterness, not overly thick, pretty easy drinking.


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