330ml
6.6%
£ 1.80
Original Oak Aged Beer by Innis & Gunn
Original Oak Aged Beer by Innis & Gunn
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Description

The ale that started it all off for Innis & Gunn, this amber beer was discovered accidentally in 2003. Each batch spends 30 days in oak casks, wherein all the subtle complexities of that resplendent old wood are imbued into the ale. The result is a gloriously creamy brew full of creamy vanilla and delectable biscuit maltiness. Mellow and buttery in the extreme, Innis & Gunn is a truly unique brew, and one that demands checking out. - Learn more about Innis & Gunn

Details
  • Beer Style: Scottish Ale
  • ABV: 6.6%
  • Unit Size: 330ml
  • Country: Scotland
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About the makers

Innis & Gunn Brewed in Scotland

Established in 2002, Innis & Gunn is an Edinburgh based company that brews its fantastic beers in Glasgow. The beer was originally developed as a way of flavouring the barrels used by distiller William Grant for its ale cask reserve whisky. The original plan was for the beer to be discarded after it had flavoured the barrel, but the brewers noted that the process had an agreeable effect on the beer, and thus aging the beer became an end in itself. View the Innis & Gunn page

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