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RATINGS: 1529   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
A bold Scottish ale with a complex malty body derived from roasted and crystal malts balanced with just the right combination of hops. This ale pours a deep ruby color, has a sweet malty nose with layered caramel and roasted notes and a full body. Robust yet smooth, Robert The Bruce is a malt lover’s delight.
2011 vintage - 7.0% abv

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3.6
Zeswaft (1780) - Seattle, Washington, USA - NOV 26, 2004
Nothing spectacular. Another solid Three Ffloyds brew but bottom of their line. Full body and tastes more like an average chocolate porter than a scotch ale.

4
brewblackhole (1588) - Muskego, Wisconsin, USA - NOV 17, 2004
Dark amber color,fresh full slightly hoppy aroma, a full nicely blended malt hop taste, a little heavy on the malt, very flavorful. Anothe 3F gem

4.5
ploetzm (4) - Illinois, USA - NOV 4, 2004 does not count
Fantastic nose of caramel and toffee. Rich aromas lead to a balanced sweetness. Not overly heavy. Very pleasant to drink. A nice representation of the style. I really enjoyed this beer.

4.4
wildmanzero (12) - USA - OCT 30, 2004
Mahogany brew with moderate beiga head. Great sweet malt aroma. Taste is a little less sweet and a little more hoppy than the originals from Scotland.

3.4
Jeppe (2634) - Brooklyn, Alabama, USA - OCT 28, 2004
Ruby colored beer with a disappearing light brown head. Sweet yeasty and caramelly aroma with some spices. Distinctive Three Floyd aroma, could it be the yeast? Fruity tones and a bit of alcohol also. Flavor is rather sweet malty and fruity, mild with a thin finish. Toffee notes and hints of pepper. Nice and easy without beeing spectacular. Thanks Steve (wohlfs) for trading me this one.

3
kane (111) - USA - OCT 22, 2004
UPDATED: MAR 12, 2005 Dark caramel color with a thin off-white head. Sort of like a light spicy porter. Smooth and creamy with a good malt character. Not a session beer but good stuff.(3) 3/12/05 Had on cask and this did not work at all. The cask version had a definite alcohol aroma and taste that was distracting for this style. Also the grassy hops became overpowering for any malts to come through.(2.1)

3.6
DragonStout (1418) - Groveport, Ohio, USA - OCT 21, 2004
A nice pour with a brownish/ orange color.This is one of the better scotch ales i have had.medium malt with some wood and nuts.Very easy dri medium bodied beer.

3.9
rudolf (2360) - Buffalo, New York, USA - OCT 19, 2004
Thanks to wholfs. Ruby, creamy head. Some citrus hops, cotton candy malt. Sweet earthy malt, a nice progression from bitter to slightly citrus. Sweet orangey finish. Kind of reminds me of a really smooth barleywine

4
Lumpy (1802) - Carrollton, Texas, USA - OCT 12, 2004
Bottle. I generally don’t like Scotch Ale’s but I dig this one. Big body that is nice. Flavor notes that come out are malt, raisin, candi sugar, apple, straw, some light chocolate, and grape. This finishes beautiful and has just the right amount of bitterness. Quite nice. Maybe the world’s most perfect session beer.

4.2
TAR (2787) - Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, USA - OCT 12, 2004
Hazed brick. Fluffy, off-beige rocky foam. Gorgeous aroma of beet sugar, assorted berries, roasted hazelnuts, and unspent grains. Slightly nutty with cocoa-dusted malt hulls and some Crystal firmness. Puffy, yet perfectly creamy carbonation. Beefy malts immediately add girth to the already-puffy body. Malts turn immensely bready and gain more depth from the cane sugar and cocoa roughness. Minimal earthiness, other than a mild mossy twang, gives way to a glut of chocolate. Chocolate steadily richens, overriding the splash of plummy fruitiness, malt-enhancing acidity and oxidation, which accentuate every aspect of the malt. Remarkably fresh spent malt flavor and creamed coffee underpins the everlasting cocoa-dusted crushed grains flavor, which lasts well into the finish. Surprisingly tame hop profile for this brewery, which makes way for a flavorsome showcase of their complex, well-extracted, high-lovibond malts. And to boot, this is worlds better now that it’s bottle conditioned and no longer contract brewed in MN.


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