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 330ml
7.4%
£ 2.50
Irish Whiskey Finish by Innis & Gunn
Irish Whiskey Finish by Innis & Gunn
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4 Stars
4 Stars
by 33 tasters Add your rating
Description

Their sturdy Scottish Stout has been matured over American oak heartwood that has been infused with Irish Whiskey. The result is a rich, complex beer with a velvety smooth finish and notes of dark chocolate, coffee and treacle. - Learn more about Innis & Gunn

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About the makers

Innis & Gunn Brewed in Scotland

In 2002 the Founder and Master Brewer Dougal Gunn Sharp was asked to create a beer to mature in bourbon barrels to impart a sweet, malty flavour. This beer would then be thrown out, and the barrels would go on to age spirits. But Dougal had a brain wave;

What if this was the start of something great?

What if the beer was actually getting better whilst in the barrel? Turns out, he was absolutely right and Innis & Gunn was born.

Since their creation in 2003, they have been busy brewing up an ever-growing range of flavour packed beers. In 2013 their Barrel Aged line-up was joined by an award-winning Lager Beer, which soon became the fastest growing Lager in Scotland, and was swiftly followed by their IPAs for those who prefer a hoppier brew. View the Innis & Gunn page

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