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Innis & Gunn Limited Edition Rye Whiskey Cask

Innis & Gunn Limited Edition Rye Whiskey Cask

Rated 3.200 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Innis & Gunn Brewing Company

Edinburgh, United Kingdom, United Kingdom

Style:  Scottish Ale

8% Alcohol by Volume

This is a limited edition beer


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For centuries, Canada and Scotland have enjoyed a very special bond; a shared history built on the progressive values of inclusivity, tolerance and humility. Ocean-crossing ties that bind. In celebration of Canada Day 2020 we have created a beer beyond the combination of grain, hops, yeast and water; one that instead represents a meeting of two countries, who’s rich and bountiful resources have helped to shape world-class spirits enjoyed far beyond their shores. Matured in Canada’s finest rye whiskey casks, this beer embodies our unique connection in a bottle. The flavour from the oak barrels transforms the beer, creating a perfectly balanced blend of rye whiskey's spicy, sweetness and Scottish malts’ rich, earthiness. Two countries intertwined; one outstanding beer that’s as irresistible as the friendship that underpins it.

ID: 83451 Last updated 1 month ago Added to database 1 month ago

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Overall Rank16733
Overall Percentile63.2
Style Rank304 of 625
Style Percentile51.4
Lowest Score3.8
Highest Score3.8
Average Score3.800
Weighted Score3.200
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CHOPZ 5072 reviews
    rated 3.8 1 month ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8

    Scotch cardboard tube with 500ml bottle in it. Pours a slightly hazed copper colour with a caramel-amber highlight. The head is lightly warm beige coloured with decent stay and a creamy base around the glass. Some dark fruits come out in the aromas, but berry notes are what I felt at first. Hints of Scotches, banana, caramel, wood and vanilla. Same for taste, but pretty light in the mouthfeel with some hops balanced to give a little dry end. Not too rich, not too thick and not syrupy. So, a very drinkable Scotch Ale.

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