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St. Alan's Wee Heavy Scotch Ale
St. Alan's Wee Heavy Scotch Ale
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chuck_d
post Jul 21 2005, 12:48 AM
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This was one of my first HBA brews. I used the extract kit, and couldn't have been happier with the results. This is the brew that made me a brewer. I love the beer, all my friends loved the beer. It was the best thing on earth, till it was gone. It's been quite some time since I brewed it, so I'll refrain from flavor comments at the moment. I think it's time for this one to make it into my kettle again.
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post Sep 12 2005, 05:01 AM
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I'll have to chime in on this one... I have about half a keg left. Brewed about 2 months ago. I had some freinds over last night for a football game and they all remarked that it is better than the Scottish at the local brewery here in town. Pretty sparkling amber/copper color and an awesome malt aroma and flavor... and so smooth for how big it is. A week or two after kegging I thought it might be a sipper, but it's really mellowed out and is one of my favorites. Next time I might add a *little* more peated malt, but I'm talking maybe an extra 1/8 lb. or so.

Very delicious!

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