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Below are 1 through 6 of the 6 found. |Find-a-Beer|

91 • Orkney Brewery Red MacGregor Ale.
Deep reddish copper color. Aromas of lemongrass, dried flowers, and herb bread with a crisp, dryish medium-to-full body and a frothy pine and citrusy hops driven finish with hints of melon, cocoa nuts, and turned earth. Lively and stimulating in a India brown style. (tasted on Jul-18-2012)
90 • Broughton Ales Black Douglas Ale.
Ruddy copper brown color. Aromas of dark chocolate mousse, roasted nuts and root vegetables, dried fruits, pomegranate molasses and tamari with a dry medium body and a baker chocolate, shittake, turnip, and watercress accented finish. A complex medley of roasted and earthy umami flavors that will work well at the table. (tasted on Jul-18-2012)
89 • The Boston Beer Co. Samuel Adams Scotch Ale.
Rich amber color. Aromas of smoked nuts and chili chocolate with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a honey grilled apple, radish, mineral and cocoa finish. Tasty and a must try for bbq. (tasted on Mar-07-2012)
88 • Broughton Ales Old Jock Ale.
Rich copper mahogany color. Aromas of chocolate yogurt and dark roasted cashew brittle with a supple, dryish medium-to-full body a honey roasted grain, dried fruit, radish, and mineral accented finish. (tasted on Jul-18-2012)
86 • Orkney Brewery Dark Island Ale.
Dark brown black color. Rich aromas of chocolate nuts and yogurt, edamame, dried fruit chutney with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a dark roasted nut, lightly smoky peat, and arugula like hops. (tasted on Jul-18-2012)
86 • Williams Bros. Brewing Co. Scottish Heavy Eighty Schilling Beer.
Charred nuts, coffee beans, and roasted root vegetable medley aromas and flavors with a supple, dryish medium-to-full body and a smooth, balanced, chocolate and grassy hop accented finish. Direct and stylish. (tasted on Jul-18-2012)


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