Scottish Ale from Fearless Brewing

Scottish Ale

By: Fearless Brewing

Product Description: Fearless Brewing - Scottish Ale - 16 oz Can

  • Size: 16 oz Can
  • Type: Scottish Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 5.30% ABV
  • Region: Estacada, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: Hints of honey and spice, bready, malty, carmel color, sessionalble, crisp nuttiness. A great example of the Scottish Ale style.

What's on the bottle...

From beer novice to beer geek, everyone loves this beer! Scottish brewers traditionally do not use a lot of hops in their beers. This is a caramel-malty beer with a slightly nutty-roasty component

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Brewed from the magical waters of Oregon Rivers Brewed just for you by Ken Johnson, Grand, High Exalted Mystical Brewer and Owner of Fearless Brewing Company, 326 South Broadway, Estacada, Oregon, Center of the Brewing Universe. Skoal!

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