This is an IPA named after Scotland's greatest hero, William Wallace (Braveheart). Label claims to have a rich, hoppy finish. I beg to differ. This was a good beer, but yet another tool of mis- information those foreigners are trying to pass onto us unsuspecting Americans. It was a little hoppy, not enough to be an IPA. They need to use Wallace's name to sell this, because I don't see Real Ale lovers chasing after this....definitely a novelty beer, and novelty beers, for the most part, are hardly novel. Drink it, but disregard the style the label claims to fit into.
Reviewed: August 01, 1999