RATINGS: 1533   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
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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fonefan (53396) - VestJylland, DENMARK - OCT 10, 2010

Bottle 12fl.oz. @ home.

[ Trade by cgarvieuk ]. Clear medium to dark brown color with a average to large, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, roasted, caramel, chocolate, wood, tobacco notes. Flavor is moderate to light light heavy sweet and bitter with a average to long duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. [20101008]

yespr (49487) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - AUG 16, 2011
12 fl oz bottle. Pours dark brown with a small tan head. Aroma is roasted caramelish and slight breadish. Sweet caramelish, lig acidic fruity, just a touch of it. Lasting sweet and roasted caramelish finish.

Ungstrup (39294) - Citizen of the universe, DENMARK - FEB 7, 2004
An amber brown beer with a beige head. The aroma is sweet malty with notes of fruit and roasted bread. The flavor is very sweet - too sweet for my liking, but very style sure.The flavor is also very complex with caramel, roasted bread, and a OK bitter end, though not quite enough to compensate for the sweetness. The mouthfeel is very smooth.

joergen (29994) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - MAY 25, 2011
Bottle at Mikkeller Bar. Clear orange red coloured with a small off-white head. Fruity aroma of caramel and berries with notes of dried fruits. Fruity flavour of caramel, dried fruits, hops and grass. Hoppy finish.

anders37 (28130) - Malmö, SWEDEN - MAR 3, 2010
Draft @ Three Floyds, Munster, IN. Pours a dark amber color with a small off-white head. Has a fruity malty caramel aroma with some spicy hints. Roasted malty caramel flavor. Has a roasted malty caramel finish with some spicy hints in the aftertaste.

madmitch76 (27126) - , Essex, ENGLAND - DEC 29, 2012
19th March 2011
Clear brown beer, no real head. Nice depth of malt, not quite barleywine territory but getting there. Trace of hops. Mild carbonation. Quaffable malt led beer.

Travlr (27105) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - DEC 10, 2008
Comment of one taster on trying this one: "I see angels!" I wasn’t THAT impressed, but it was a good example of the style, very malty, no hops at all. Full-bodied. Very much worth trying.

cgarvieuk (26717) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - FEB 24, 2009
bottle at home ... thanks to iowaherkeye for whats the last style i need (for the 2nd time) ... who would have thought my last style would be a Scotish ale... Deep brown ... light dark fruit nose ... sweet toffee slightly bitter burnt malts ...light spice ... quite robust ... could be quite heavy going ... but quite pleasent ... medium heavy carbonation ...

oh6gdx (26485) - Vasa, FINLAND - AUG 27, 2007
Bottled (Thanks heemer77!). Dark murky brown/red colour with big off-white head. Lacing. Aroma is caramel, meat, yeast, spices and caramel malts. Very interesting and different, once it warms up, it also gets quite much ginger bread in it. Flavour is ginger bread, spices, fruity hops, cookies and flowery hops on the tongue. Very different from mostly anything I have had before.

omhper (26213) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JAN 4, 2002
Chestnut brown. Big sweet crystal malt aroma. Well balanced bitterness. Is this really 7.2%?? As a lover of both scottish ales and Three Floyds I was expecting more though.

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