Viborg Scottish Ale is true to the style with it’s slightly smoked malty caramel flavor and a buttery after taste that is especially pronounced because it’s brewed using an open fire in the old Scottish tradition. Because of the 7,6% alcohol it’s classified as a Wee heavy. For food Scottish Ale is nice with fish. Top fermented and cellared in 6 weeks.
Bottled. Murky reddish brown coloured. Light brown head. Sweet and fruity aroma with light notes of alcohol. Cocoa, light fruit, sweetness and light herbs in the flavour. Quite thin bodied. Some bitterness in the end trimmed with some sweet alcohol. Thanks to Papsoe for bringing provide a beer from this new danish brewhouse.
Bottle. Unclear brown with small head (thistle shaped galss). Dark fruits, biscuits, touch of chocolate, little yeasty and winey, low bitteness, medium bodied, slightly unclean mouthfeel. An ok scottish ale that could use a clean up and some more body.
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