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This brew was born in Edinburgh, Scotland with the highest quality in mind. The malt, hops, and maturation process is so unique that it takes 77 days in Bourbon Casks to ensure their unique taste is created, gaining their reputation as the finest “oak aged beer.”
Innis & Gunn have 8 beers on the market but the one that really stands out is their original recipe. The Innis & Gunn original has an extremely smooth finish with hints of toffee and caramel from start to end without that awful bitter spot on the swallow. If you aren’t a lover of sweets, don’t be deterred as the beer has a continuous oak atmosphere that balances out any thought of sugar. The brew is actually a perfect blend of dark (from the roasted malts) to the light (super Styrian hops) that combine to make a lasting effect.
If drinking Innis & Gunn at home, pour the beer masterfully tilted into the pint glass while letting the liquid slowly seep out. The pint glass must be held slightly slanted, as well, during the process. When the beer has about a quarter left to go to the top, abruptly turn the pint glass upright so the beer finishes off with a creamy, thick head. If ordering this beer at the bar, make sure the bartender follows the above steps for the best results.
This original recipe is a beer that you would drink casually at the bar or pair with a good quality burger or juicy steak. The oak and toffee in the brew pair extremely well with a red meat or even better, on its own.
If you see Innis & Gunn at your local supermarket be sure to make
a grab for it as it’s brewed in small batches to ensure the best quality and meets the master brewer’s premium standards.
Brewer: Innis and Gunn
Brewed In: Edinburgh, Scotland