5am Saint is The Holy Grail of red ales. Once this ruby liquid forms a foamy halo around your glass, you will never want to look back.
The name of this uber-imperial stout originates from the amount of time it spent exposed to extreme cold. This beer was initially double barrel aged for 14 months; maturing in the deep, rich oak of Scottish whisky casks. After this epic maturation the beer was then frozen, then frozen again, then...
A warming, deep amber ale with a crisp hop flavour and plenty of malt character. A refreshing beer to clear the palate.
CAMRA 2012 CHAMPION BEER OF SCOTLAND- BRONZE
A fine, robust fruity ale with reddish mahogany colour and warm roasted malt flavours. A full mouth taste and fruity hop aromas generate a distinctive character to this beer.
Medium-dark ale spiced with spruce and pine tips, rather than hops. Aromatic and distinctive.
Slight floral hint in the nose,and a long, slightly bitter aftertaste, with a hint of heather honey in the finish
Enjoyable and complex, with sweetish hints, and a light, refreshing quality
A massive, stunning, complex beer, 10%abv, fermented long and cool, then aged in Orkney Single Malt Whisky casks for three months, Dark Island Reserve exhibits a delicate nose of sherry, fruits, toffee and bitter chocolate.
A very hoppy, ruby-red session ale combining extraordinary fruit flavours with a backbone of gentle roasted malts.
A rich ruby malt ale, medium dry with hints of toffee & banana. Balanced with fresh spicy hops to give a zesty, peppery backdrop. Red is a warming full flavoured beer to be savoured.