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#23 Harviestoun Orach Slie - one of the more sophisticated lagers out there

Review #23 Harviestoun Orach Slie (Glenfarclas cask aged Schiehallion) 82/100

In my opinion, there is no better way to improve the palate and aroma of an already good beer than by leaving it in an ex-spirit cask for a few months, and that is exactly what Harviestoun do best.   237 more words


#6 Old Engine Oil taken to a new level, with a little help from Highland Park - Harviestoun Ola Dubh 21

Review #6 Harviestoun Ola Dubh 21 (Highland Park 21 Cask) 89/100

I’m about to put my head down so I’m going to make this a swift review.   478 more words


Tasting Notes: Harviestoun: Old Engine Oil

Harviestoun: Old Engine Oil (Scotland: Old Ale: 6% ABV)

Visual: Black. Thin grey brown bubbles for a head.

Nose: Light lactose under roasted nuts. Vanilla. Lightly chalky. 398 more words

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Cooking with Beer: Beer Floats

Anyone who has ever come to a dinner party at my apartment (Yes, a dinner party in my 475 square foot Brooklyn studio, and for those of you who aren’t familiar – a studio is a single room with a living room, kitchen, office, and bedroom all in one convenient location!) has been treated to the delicacy that is a Beer Float.   162 more words


Broken Dial by Harviestoun

Name: Broken Dial
Brewery: Harviestoun
Country: Scotland
Style: Amber Ale
Rating: 2.75/ 5

Broken Dial is an amber ale, but not nearly as malty or caramely as some I’ve tried.

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All hail to the Ale..

Spent an enjoyable afternoon with my whisky wingman sampling some great ales and a few drams to go alongside.

Black Wolf Brewery Valente’s Double Espresso. 143 more words

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