This old-school Scottish pub ale is a classic northern British style of bitter. The rich caramel and roasted malt sweetness is balanced with American bittering hops and dry hopped with British Goldings hops. Dry hopping is a technique that involves adding hops after fermentation to cooled beer to impart an intensely herbal, fresh hop taste and aroma, typically lost when added earlier in the brewing process.
19th November 2016http://millstreetbrewery.com/special-release/black-watch-scotch-ale/
Molasses/treacle nose with light herbal/earthy aroma with profoundly malty palate with chocolate/caramel tones and a sweet to slowly drying finish.