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Wisconsin Brewing Company Depth Charge Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale

Wisconsin Brewing Company Depth Charge Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale

Rated 3.300 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Wisconsin Brewing Company

Verona, WI, United States

Style:  Scottish Ale

8.5% Alcohol by Volume

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Our first Depth Charge Brew - A strong scotch ale with robust flavor and personality - further enhanced by adding in bourbon barrels.

ID: 62671 Last updated 2 years ago Added to database 5 years ago

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Overall Rank9830
Overall Percentile79.1
Style Rank171 of 637
Style Percentile73.2
Lowest Score4.2
Highest Score4.2
Average Score4.200
Weighted Score3.300
Standard Deviation0.000

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BROTHERBRANDO 186 reviews
rated 4.2 5 years ago

Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 8

This is a mighty tasting brew from a newish-established, uprising and respected brewery. This beer is aged in bourbon barrels. When it was originally brewed, it was done "old world style", by dropping a white-hot granite boulder into the wort for carmelizing sugars (science). So this turns out a bit sweeter on the palate, but balanced out by a touch of complexity and a slight sour after note. It's a pretty color and, as the brewer describes, has personality.

  • BROTHERBRANDO 186 reviews
    rated 4.2 5 years ago

    Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 8

    This is a mighty tasting brew from a newish-established, uprising and respected brewery. This beer is aged in bourbon barrels. When it was originally brewed, it was done "old world style", by dropping a white-hot granite boulder into the wort for carmelizing sugars (science). So this turns out a bit sweeter on the palate, but balanced out by a touch of complexity and a slight sour after note. It's a pretty color and, as the brewer describes, has personality.

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