Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer

Innis & Gunn

Scotland

This beer was a great find. It tastes of a sweet ale. I can taste vanilla, toffee, and malt. It's not at all watery or week, yet it's very smooth and easy to drink. It's one of those rare beers where it's good and flavorful to enjoy drinking just one. But at the same time you could easily down these one after another. I highly recommend it. As for comparisons, those who like the "honey brown" type beers that are so popular in Canada would likely enjoy this. This is a beer worth looking for.

Reviewed: May 12, 2007

Rating: 9/10

Very interesting flavor. I'm probably way off here, but to me it tasted like a cross between a fairly decent beer and a fairly decent scotch. The two together didn't make a fairly decent taste. It didn't suck, and had I been able to try more than one, it may have grown on me. My wife said don't judge a book by its cover, because the bottle was better than the beer.

Reviewed: May 16, 2010

Rating: 5/10

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