Beer List

Traquair House Ale
Traquair House United Kingdom Scotland
Traquair House Ale
British / North American Ale — Strong Ale

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The original ale first brewed in 1964 and now sold all over the world. Perhaps the most distinctive Scottish ales on the market and with its rich dark oakiness, this is a serious winter ale.

AWARDS **** Michael Jackson's World Guide to Beer Platinum Medal - World Beer Championships 1997

WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY "Serious alcohol and fruity malt on the nose and delicous plum pie and vanilla flavours with a little oak and amontillado sherry character" Andrea Gillies World Guide to Beer. (Michael Jackson)

Beer & Food Pairing: Curry, grilled meats, salmon, smoked fish, game, teriyaki chicken, pork tenderloin, strong cheese, chocolate desserts

SKU: 53 660
SPEC: Spec
Traquair Jacobite Ale
Traquair House United Kingdom Scotland
Traquair Jacobite Ale
British / North American Ale — Scottish Wee Heavy
Renaissance Brewery New Zealand
Tribute Barley Wine - LIMITED RELEASE
British / North American Ale — Barley Wine

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Bold and satisfying,a prodigious ale with generous amounts of malt. A mellow, warming ale with layers of biscuit, roasted hazelnut and maple syrup, with hints of black current and toast. This beer is designed to improve with age and to be cellared.  This product is a limited release.  We were able to get the last few cases.

SKU: 761 668
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de Koningshoeven Trappist Brewery netherlands
Urthel Hop-It
Specialty — Pale Ale

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An exceptional 9.5% speciality beer, very high on the bitter scale yet with a refined flavour. Inspired by fine American traditions with special varieties of aromatic European hops. A successful journey of discovery creates the natural and refreshing bitterness of Indian Pale Ale. A tasteful accompaniment for velvet-soft cheeses or delicate fruits

SKU: 669 010
SPEC: Spec
Waterloo Tripel
Belgium
Waterloo Tripel
Belgian / Continental Style — Belgian Abbaye Tripel

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This traditional Belgian beer finds its origin in 1815 at the time of the battle of Waterloo. Its old-fashioned brewing process from malt and hops finely selected gives its powerful and vigorous taste.
Appearance : Blond, living beer with a fine and generous head.
Aroma : A subtle mix of green apple fruit and fine hops, balanced.
Taste : Light bitterness, smooth round beer with body and a strong character.
Remark : Tasting between 5° and 12°C.

SKU: 106 948
SPEC: Spec

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