RATINGS: 115   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.16/5   SEASONAL: Winter   IBU: 13   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
This Scottish Style Export Ale gets its unique flavor and aroma through a special time consuming, extra long and vigorous boil. The caramelization blends perfectly with the malty flavor of roasted barley and complementing hops. Raise a glass of this very drinkable ale to ANY occasion.

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mcnealc31 (255) - Elida, Ohio, USA - JAN 24, 2011
Twisted Kilt had a lot of promise. I do really enjoy everything I’ve had from Thirsty Dog, and Scotch Ales are rising on my list of favorite styles. The color was like iced tea, maybe a bit more orange. Some moderate malty flavors with some light hop bitterness and some fruit notes. There’s an unexpected sour finish, but once I knew to expect it, I liked it. Overall, I thought it was alright. I might get it again, but there are other Scotch Ales I much prefer

scottw86 (1177) - Maryland, USA - JAN 14, 2011
Poured a clear caramel color with a small offwhite head. Aroma is quite sweet with a candy corn hint. Some scotch with lots of caramel. Taste is a little watery with lots of caramel and sweet doughy flavors. Not as harsh as other scotch ales. A little too sweet but overall pretty good.

hypn0toad (267) - Maryland, USA - JAN 8, 2011
Again this is from cleveland (well akron). Unfortunately I didn’t like this as much as some of the other beers from the classy "thirsty dog" brewery. This bottle has a girl wearing a kilt which appears to be being eaten by some sort of dog. I can’t tell you if it is a golden retriever, or if it is just a common mutt. I suppose I am happy that it is not a male with a kilt. I am not very familiar with these scotch ales, but this tastes pretty watered down, and sweet. Not really the best combination in my book. Bah!

DocLock (10728) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 7, 2011
Deep caramel pour with minimal off-white head. Nose is Wheaties. Tastes like liquid Wheaties with some hops and brown sugary notes. Medium palate, not offensive, like a Celebrator light.

obguthr (6449) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - JAN 6, 2011
Dark honey and hay aroma. Clear auburn, medium yellow head, poor retention. Slightly sweet barley malt, toast. Finishes with subtle toffee notes. Creamy and light mouthfeel. Alcohol not noticeable. Really quite nice in many ways. Very quaffable and a good American take on a British style.

AwYeh (102) - Canton, Ohio, USA - DEC 28, 2010
Pours a clear reddish amber, one finger white head dissipates quickly. Aroma is very faint; I first notice something that almost smells sour? Mostly musty and slightly fruity. Taste is just a bit tart; malts, and a slight caramel are evident. I’m getting almost a corn type taste? More bland than other Scottish ales I’ve had; would have thought this was a lager if it was a blind test. An easy drinker; light body and medium carbonation.

Ron (3999) - Rochester, New York, USA - DEC 27, 2010
Dark amber with a big beige head. Sweet malt and spice aroma. Flavor of malt and caramel. A little syrupy and dry in the finish. Thanks for the Christmas present Patty.

TheBeerGod (6233) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - NOV 18, 2010
Bottle. Copper colored with a frothy off-white head. Aroma is big, sweet malt, caramel, light dark fruit and soft candy notes. Taste is also big malt, strong caramel flavors, fruit notes and soft earthy notes. Body is medium with moderate carbonation. Finishes with more caramel, sweet malt, dark fruit and earthy notes. Very drinkable session style beer.

ganache (5956) - New Jersey, USA - NOV 14, 2010
Bottle. Very dark , roast and ashy nose reminds more of a brutal dry stout or even an impy. Mild but buoyant fruitiness. Chestnut-caramel pour with a frothy, rocky tan head. Taste is very dry, roast malt with light caramel and toffee, light ash, medium pitted fruit, a little fig in with tobacco, some toasty earthen tones, no noticeable smoke or peat. Medium-full body. Has a good, intense taste, but noticeably, no alcohol burn or slow warmth, and seems to be a little more of a lighter, sessionable Scotch ale than is usual (I’ve found them to be for slow sipping, for the most part). I’m on board!

HonusWagner (2191) - Florida, USA - NOV 9, 2010
Smells a bit like soggy tempura broccoli. When a review starts like that, you have an idea where it is going. At least it looks pretty appropriate for style.

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