Titletown Willie's Wee Nip Scotch Ale

Titletown Willie's Wee Nip Scotch Ale

Rated 3.280 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Titletown Brewing Company

Green Bay, WI, United States

Style:  Scottish Ale

8.5% Alcohol by Volume

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This deeply malty, red-brown Scotch-style strong ale ("wee heavy") features intermingling flavors of rich malt, dark caramel, fresh bread, and ripe fruit as well as bits of smoke and roasted barley to balance its semi-sweet finish.

ID: 47169 Last updated 9 years ago Added to database 9 years ago

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Overall Rank11090
Overall Percentile76.6
Style Rank197 of 637
Style Percentile69.1
Lowest Score3.6
Highest Score3.8
Average Score3.700
Weighted Score3.280
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • PHISHPOND417 3045 reviews
    rated 3.6 9 years ago

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

    Had this on tap at T-town quite a while back. Pours a dark reddish brown with quite a bit of froth. Nose is slightly peaty, a little smoked and mildly hoppy. Taste is semi sweet, black cherry and a little wood.

  • MATTFUNGUS 234 reviews
    rated 3.8 9 years ago

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

    This is my first heavy scotch ale and I see I am going to have to put this one down and sip a little at a time. Perhaps its not the best time of year for me to review it. My pallette is getting tired of heavy beers and I should do a two week pale ale rinse. It does have a good two finger head and a nice syrupy consistency. Look is dark brown in the glass and deep red in the sunlight. Taste is heavy on the toffee, raisuns, and plums with some dark brickle mixed in. Also a heavy brandy flavor. I recommend this one as mixed with dulcera sweetened condensed milk and heated until it carmelizes and poured over ice cream (vanilla, rum raisin, or pralines and cream). It would also be good as a soak for venison mixed with black pepper, garlic salt. onions and marjoram. Or if you want a quick fix, mix in a shot with gravy (preferably col sanders) Final good place is in a brandy snifter after finishing the ski slopes.

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