Tag: Scotch Ale

Beer Review – Monday Night Brewing Drafty Kilt

Once again, G-LO was approached by some generous craft brewers and offered an opportunity to try some distinctive brews. Not surprisingly, he said yes (it might have been “YES!” or even “Absolutely!”, “Unreservedly!”, “Unequivocally!”, “Yessirree!”) to their offer. The package contained the current three beer lineup from Monday […]

Beer Review – Innis & Gunn Rum Cask

Recently, after meeting G-LO for lunch, I stopped in The Foodery and put together a mixed six. One of the bottles was Innis & Gunn’s Rum Cask. I selected the bottle as a result of the beautiful amber color that beckoned through the clear glass. It didn’t hurt that I […]

Beer Review – Founders Dirty Bastard

Having already had, and thoroughly enjoying a Founders Red’s Rye PA, I was looking for another beer out of the Founders lineup, and selected their Dirty Bastard. I chose this beer partly for the packaging (I am far too susceptible to advertising), and partly for the style (I […]

Beer Review – Samuel Adams Scotch Ale

I picked up another Sam Adams sampler and this time, along with the usual suspects, this case included the Scotch Ale. From the Sam Adams site: “This is a brew for adventurous beer drinkers. Made with seven malts: two-row pale Harrington, Metcalfe, and Copeland pale malts, Munich, chocolate […]