Robert The Bruce - 3 Floyds Brewing Co.

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Reviews: 959
Hads: 2,960
rAvg: 3.87
pDev: 9.56%
Wants: 199
Gots: 433 | FT: 12
Brewed by:
3 Floyds Brewing Co. visit their website
Indiana, United States

Style | ABV
Scottish Ale |  6.50% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: purplehops on 08-06-2001

A full-bodied Scottish-style Ale with a well-rounded malty profile and roasted biscuit-like notes.

24 IBU
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Photo of Sammy
3.55/5  rDev -8.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

A surprising combination of malts, hops, barley in a scotch aroma. Chicory and roasted malt. Doesn't all quite work out that great, but different as you would expect from this brewery. Layers of taste that evolve as you work through the bottle. Mild taste, medium to even thin mouthfeel. Barley doesn't work all that great in it, like a homebrew. Bitter aftertaste. Needs food to offset. Thanks Wohlfs. (402 characters)

Photo of kylehay2004
4.05/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Enjoyed on tap while up in that area for Thanksgiving, review is from notes.

A: single finger tan head on a copper/amber slightly hazy body. Some lacing.

S: overall mild but mostly toffee, caramel and nuttiness.

T: roassted and caramel malts throughout which is nicely done with a subtle dark fruit, mostly fig and cherry and cocoa/mild chocolate notes.

M: fuller body than I expected making this one rather smooth with moderate carbonation.

Overall: another impressive brew from a great brewery. Flavorful, close to the true spirit of the style with the mouthfeel to improve the drinkability. (598 characters)

Photo of metter98
3.75/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: The beer is slightly hazy dark amber-brown in color and has a very slight amount of visible carbonation. It poured with a thin off white head that faded away, leaving only a thin ring of bubbles around the edge of the glass.
S: There are very light aromas of caramel malts in the nose along with some hints of dark fruits.
T: The taste has complex flavors of caramel malts along with notes of toffee and hints of peat in the finish. There is some malty sweetness.
M: It feels medium-bodied on the palate and has a moderate amount of carbonation. The smoke leaves a little dryness in the finish.
O: This beer seems very easy to drink compared to some of the other beers in the style. (685 characters)

Photo of Thorpe429
3.85/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: Pours a dark bronze with some brighter hues. A nice creamy head sits top the poured brew.

S: Plenty of caramel and toffee along with some malty sweetness.

T: A decent bill of layered malt with some mild hop bitterness.

M: Medium bodied with a good amount of carbonation and a mild alcohol warmth.

D: Drinkable for the style, but definitely not a session-type beer, and doesn't have the complexity to really sit and savor. (428 characters)

Photo of brentk56
3.88/5  rDev +0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: Pours a hazy amber color with a decent head that leaves a web of lace

Smell: Whiffs of caramel and nuts

Taste: Caramel and nut flavors dominate the front end, with a bit a fig and grain developing by mid-palate; after the swallow, the grain becomes a little bolder, but basically, as you would expect, the malt dominates, with a hint of chocolate in the finish

Mouthfeel: Medium to full body with moderate carbonation

Drinkability: Fairly tasty, but I am missing the peaty complexity I would expect from a good Scottish Ale (539 characters)

Photo of StonedTrippin
3.93/5  rDev +1.6%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

if you like the scottish style ales, this is one for you, a true beauty on the malt bill, and while not as complex as some of the other three floods beers, it certainly exudes the same high quality and attention to detail as the others. dark caramel in color with a nose that smells like caramel in the works, sugar melting into butter, with just a slight burning toast character. not much more than a quarter inch of tan foam on it. the flavor is awesome, and it comes in layers, with the sweet part of the malt coming and going quickly with a saint brown sugar flavor, but it moves into a richer, more bready, almost german malt complexion, with maybe the faintest hint of smoke as it finishes. rich is the best way to describe it, but not decadent, just full flavored and even fuller bodied. i find it remarkably drinkable nevertheless, and enjoy the punctuating carbonation. one of those beers that wins awards because its well done and real true to style. i love the grain flavors on this, its different than most, with even a hint of maple or honey as it goes down. i like this a lot in fall weather, but it works here in early summer too, especially in a morning drinking context, especially because the alcohol isn't stupidly high for no reason, i could have multiples of this no problem. (1,296 characters)

Photo of BEERchitect
4/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

With fortified malty flavor and structure, Three Floyds Brewing shows that the quality of worldly ales extend well beyond the hoppy American-style ales with this honorary Strong Scottish version.

Pouring a deep brown color and with a mild haze, this somewhat bullyish beer forms a stern tan head of dense cream and broken rings of lace.

Strong yet refined aromas of nutty coffees, earthen malts, lightly scorched toffee, medium buttered toast, and rich barley malt all frame the masculine aromatics with a brilliant smoky undertone.

Creamy flavors of true barley malt, heavy cream, and rich molasses set the tone in this malt-focused ale. Complementary flavors of coffee, toast, brown sugar, barley malt, and walnuts all contribute to the rich and malty taste. Slight earthy components of bitter and piney hops, light peat, and yeasty dough all give and elegance and grace to the boisterous brew.

Full bodied, yet with a suble gentlemanly quality, the texture is rich and volumnous due to the high malting rates, moderate attenuation, and slight dryness. The early portion of taste is extremely malty, yet the finish is pleasantly semi-dry with a malty-sweet linger of walnut oil resin.

Thought the simplicity of the flavor make up is compensated with malty richness, breadiness, and caramelization, it still lacks the refinement of the true Scottish Ales of Tranquair or Belhaven. (1,386 characters)

Photo of Knapp85
3.88/5  rDev +0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This brew is really nice, the brew pours as a nice brown color with a light tan colored head. There isn't too much lacing but the retention holds for a while. The smell of this beer is sweet with malts and it also has a little bit of earth of in there too. The flavors of caramel and malts set this beer off in the right direction. The aftertaste is a little nutty and dry. Not major bitterness in this brew at all. The mouthfeel is really easy to drink, could put a few of these down pretty quick if you wanted too. Overall this is a very nice Scotish Ale. (557 characters)

Photo of Phyl21ca
2.5/5  rDev -35.4%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 2 | overall: 2

Bottle: Poured a brown color ale with a medium dark-white head with low retention. Aroma of hops is clearly detectable with some caramel malt. Taste is lighter then expected with some caramel malt and a bitter finish. Watery feel at the end is very unpleasant. Body is definitely too thin for my liking and alcohol is very well hidden. Definitely not the best from 3FL and not even close to the best of the style. (413 characters)

Photo of largadeer
3.65/5  rDev -5.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: Pours a dark but clear reddish-amber color. The head falls flat pretty quickly, lasting only about 30 seconds before settling into a ring.

Smell: A big malty aroma of caramel, nuts and toasted grains with a hint of something vegetable.

Taste & mouthfeel: Tons of malt again, very similar to the nose; caramel and toast, slight alcohol, hints of dried fruit. Not much of a change in flavor from start to finish. Medium in body and carbonation, this stuff goes down pretty easy but isn't overly interesting. Still, a very good brew and one I'd gladly drink again. (575 characters)

Photo of BuckeyeNation
3.65/5  rDev -5.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I drank a sample of Robert The Bruce on-tap at the brewery several months ago and wasn't that impressed. I'm willing to believe that that was at least partly due to the 'plastic cup effect', hence I expect this bottle to impress me a little more. This is Three Floyds after all.

Hazed orangish bronze with a light caramel-colored head that is soft, yet substantial. A thick, short collar of lace is beginning to form as the cap deflates. Ultimately though, the amount of lace that actually sticks is underwhelming.

The nose is reasonably complex and consists of caramel malt with definite notes of fruit (apple) and nuts. It could be a little stronger though. The flavor is more simple than the nose and is sweetly caramel malty to the near exclusion of all else. As it warms I can appreciate chocolate and a hint of smoky peatiness. At least I don't think that the peat is my imagination run amok.

There's a smidgen of hoppy bitterness, but RTB has to be Three Floyds's least hoppy beer by far. The 7% ABV is exceptionally well hidden. My tastebuds don't pick up any alcohol and the beer isn't really warming as it's swallowed, but I can appreciate a pleasant, warm 'bloom' in my stomach after several ounces. Nothing at all wrong with the body/mouthfeel. Medium-full, soft, subdued carbonation.

Believe it or not, Robert The Bruce is only the second Scottish Ale that I've ever had. I'm not sure if my lack of enthusiasm (it's good, but not great) is because I don't care for the style or because it isn't a great representation of that style. Only one way to find out... drink more beer. What a great idea. (1,622 characters)

Photo of mikesgroove
3.88/5  rDev +0.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Picked up a few of these in a trade recently as I had not had them before and have really like the style lately. Cool looking 12oz bottle was poured into a pint glass. The look was very nice, with a dark, caramel colored brown coming out of the bottle. Some nice, light ruby colored tones mixed in throughout as well really did a nice job of lightning it up a bit. Some haze, but pretty good clarity. A nice one inch foam head of white then came over the top and settled down slowly, leaving behind a broken crown and some decent side glass lace.

The aroma was totally malt driven as you would expect, with lots of nice caramel and earthy tones. Nice hints of grain and a touch of almost a raisin or fig like flavor as well. Very nice, but a touch on the light side would be my only complaint with it. The flavor largely followed suit, not being as sweet as I thought it would be, there were several touches of fruit, and a ton of grain in the flavor. The caramel malt driven back coming through very nicely as well. Your classic scotch ale flavor here, with not a whisper of alcohol anywhere to be found. Great Mouthfeel with a really smooth carbonation profile and no thinness or watered down flavor whatsoever. For something that was 7% I was surprised at just how drinkable this actually was. I could easily throw down this one and several more right after it, it was really quite nice on the palate and a smooth easy drinker.

Overall not a bad scotch ale at all. Not my favorite for the style or from Three Floyds, but still a very solid effort overall. If this were available locally I would have no issue with trying to track down some more of it, it was very solid. (1,675 characters)

Photo of zeff80
3.97/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - Poured out a cloudy caramel-color with a flecks of mahogany. It had a bubbly, off-white, one-finger head that left a little lace.

S - It smelled of grasses and malts. It also had an oaky aroma.

T -It tasted of sweet maltiness and a slightly bitter hop kick. A little dried fruit flavor, too.

M - It was sharp and dry. A medium-bodied beer.

D - A nice flavorful Scottish Ale. (382 characters)

Photo of oberon
3.83/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pours a deep amber/brown with a pretty thin head that is gone pretty quickley,a subtle aroma of alcohol,caramel and a little earthiness.Taste is mildy sweet and pretty earthy for a Scottish ale with a raisin like finish and aftertaste.A pretty thin compared to many Scottish ales I think but still pretty good and highly drinkable for the style. (345 characters)

Photo of ChainGangGuy
4.23/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Appearance: Pours out a clear dark mahogany body with a thin, tan-colored head that dissipated fairly quickly.

Smell: The aroma is dominated by a heavy, sweet maltiness, mostly caramel, but one can also find some chocolate and cookie crumbs in the scent, too. Also, there's some hints of smoke and spruce twigs.

Taste: A clean, smooth flavor of toffee with heavy notes of chocolate and bread crusts. As the beer warms, the sweetness takes on a nutty aspect akin to eating sugar-coated walnuts. A trace of floral hops streak across the tongue late in the taste. For all its initial sweetness, this beer does finish semi-dry with a slight bitterness.

Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied. Low carbonation.

Drinkability: Another flavorful quality brew from Three Floyds. Hmm, this one could make for a surprisingly good session beer. (830 characters)

Photo of TMoney2591
4/5  rDev +3.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Served in a shaker pint glass at The Firkin.

Nice to see this on cask 'round here. It pours a clear dark amber-brown topped by around a finger or so of dirty white foam. The nose comprises brown sugar, light maple syrup, nutmeg, walnuts, and a light bit o' wood. The taste holds notes of light roasted malts, rye bread, brown sugar, flowers, corn, wheat, and toffee. The body is a straight medium, with barely any carbonation and a very smooth feel. Overall, a nice bit of ale, something that could, in cask-conditioned form, catch on if offered more often. (558 characters)

Photo of oline73
3.52/5  rDev -9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Poured from a bottle into a standard pint glass.

Appearance: Pours a dark reddish brown color, looks murky but really isn't when you put it in front of some light. There is a half finger of off white head that goes away quickly and leaves a ring around the edge of the glass.

Smell: Sweet and malty with some brown sugar and dark fruit.

Taste: Quite sweet. I think it could use a little more bitterness to balance things out. Lots of bready/nutty malt, sweet dark fruit with a mild bitterness, roast, and a little alcohol in the finish.

Mouthfeel: Medium body, mild carbonation with a very slick finish.

Overall: A bit too sweet if you ask me, although no one did. I would have liked a little more balance, but not bad at all. Not sure if I'd have another or not. (769 characters)

Photo of TheManiacalOne
3.78/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A big THANK YOU goes out to Adam & Chris for providing me with this sample.

12oz. bottle poured into a pint glass.

A: Color is medium reddish brown. It leaves a thin, white head, which disappears quickly and leaves very little lace on the glass.

S: The smell is not very strong, but you certainly smell chocolate, caramel and roasted malt along with some sweetness.

T: A complimentary blend of hops, malt, caramel, bitterness and sweetness all hitting you at once. No one taste stands out more than any other, but if I had to pick one it would be the hops as it goes down. The sweetness sticks around a bit in the after-taste.

M: Very smooth and well-balanced, not much carbonation.

D: A bit filling, but not as much as I expected. If you couple that with the smoothness and it’s more drinkable than I thought it would be, but after a few bottles you may feel a little full. This beer might be something that is better to drink along with a meal. I’m not much of a cuisine-pairing-guy so I have no idea what type of food would go best with it. I haven’t had any beers of this style before, so I’m not sure how much this beer represents the style. Honestly speaking, I did like the beer and if I had more, it most certainly would not go to waste. However, there are other beers that I would choose over this one. (1,331 characters)

Photo of jlindros
4.2/5  rDev +8.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to paco1029384756 for this exciting beer. I almost feel compelled to watch Braveheart while drinking this. I did have some scotch earlier tonight too, so I think it's a Scottish night for me. Poured this baby into my Corsendonk tulip glass, and the review must go onward.

A: Very dark caramel rusty brown color with very little light shining through. The two finger head the built quickly dies almost as fast, but maintains a decent head covering that would make my Rabbi blush. The frothy white head has an off balance angled cover that is 1 finger tall on one side and almost gone on the other, almost as if the beer itself were already drunk... either that or I'm already feeling a little slanty for the night.

N: I could start to smell the malts, fruits and raisin while pouring this beast. A closer look affirms my first noses, with lots of dark malts, raisin, deep fruits, some alcohol, some roasted malt quality and slight chocolate aroma. Not what I would think of Robert the Bruce drinking, from the nose at least.

T: Lots of chocolate and roasted malts to start, what... REALLY? Is this a Scottish ale or porter?! A slight deep fruit base adds some character and sides with the raisin/plum quality. Some alcohol adds a slight burn and warmth to it. A deep malt backbone reminds me that it still is a Scottish Ale. I almost get the feeling this beer was born when Robert the Bruce suddenly decided to invade Russia... in the dream I never had. It's pretty sweet as well and slightly juicy chocolate milk quality. This has a really strange and interesting center. Pretty unique, as if someone blended a Scottish Ale, Baltic Porter, Old Ale, and oatmeal stout.

M: Pretty thick and slightly syrupy, pretty good carbonation as well, some alcohol burn and warmth.

F: Finishes slightly sweet with more lingering dark fruits and heavy malts. The chocolate and roasted malts disappear quickly but the fruit lingers for a bit. A slight earthy charred malt and bitter quality come out at the finish. This is what I expect from something with the title it has. Still pretty sticky on the finish. The alcohol can still be tasted along with its burn on the back of the throat for about 10 seconds after. It also dries out on the mouth making your mouth water and become excited in anticipation for the next sip, whoa wait, here it comes... om nom nom...

Final thoughts: I think everything that needed to be said was said. Kinda sweet, more like a porter than Scottish ale. Kinda big alcohol hit with spice and warmth as well as taste, deep fruit, chocolate, roasted malts, and charred earthy tastes. Very complex beer that needs quite a few sips to really experience it. I better keep sampling... for science. (2,718 characters)

Photo of Jason
3.53/5  rDev -8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Beerguy for the sample.

Presentation: 12 oz brown long neck bottle with no freshness date to be found. Picture on the label show a crazed Scots man wondering if he should drink the ale first or go to battle with his battle axe.

Appearance: Perfect clarity of a deep reddish mahogany tone, caked on foamy head subsides in to a thin yet extremely stick off white lace. Lighter color than most strong Scottish Ales.

Smell: Highly toasted malt and an unidentifiable candied fruit seem most dominant in the aroma. A mellow subdued alcohol starts to warm, small whiffs of chocolate and smoke find their way to the nostrils.

Taste & Mouthfeel: Medium bodied with a sizeable malt palate and a pretty smooth mouth feel, carbonation is at a moderate level. Maltiness is quick to give away caramel, cake-like, chocolate and roasted flavour all in mellow layers. Hints of chicory and carob as well. This is all pushed away by a semi-brash highly toasted malt character that won't let go with a slow dryness. Hops play a perfect balancing act and tag along with the growing dryness. Alcohol is noticeable though seems a bit devious in that it warms the body more than the tongue can detect with slight fumes warming the mouth and nose, it becomes apparent in your body that this does have a quite sizably large alcohol content. Dry malt finish leaves you wondering what happened to the body.

Notes: A strong brew in the alcoholic sense but a tad thin in the malt department with the loss of body and sweetness, oddly this adds to its drinkability. More of a Double Brown Ale IMO rather than a Scotch Ale. (1,616 characters)

Photo of russpowell
3.92/5  rDev +1.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Pours an effervescent brown/auburn with 3 fingers of tan/brown head. Above average lacing average head retention

S: Much malt, some smokey notes & caramel

T: Rich maltyness & some brown sugar & toffee & a touch of peatyness up front. Dryness & maltyness dominate as this warms, plus a touch of boozeyness & cakeyness. Finishes dry, sticky with toffee notes & a kiss of leafy hoppyness

MF: Medium bodied, but over gassed a touch

Nice, not perfect take on the style, really hits to spot on cool/cold North Carolina evening (524 characters)

Photo of WVbeergeek
3.67/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

I have been hearing good things about Three Floyds, and I ran into this at D's so I picked me up the one that stood out to me, Robert the Bruce. What can I say, I love Braveheart!! This beer pours brown amber tone with an off white quickly dissipating head. Virtually no lace to be seen down the side of my glass. The aroma is a sharp shot of sweet malt almost a smells like a dimmed down barley wine or double bock. I have had McEwann's Scotch ale and I would have to say the aromas are comparable. The flavor is a little lighter than I had expected it to be, there are some fruit tones (fig and raisin) but very faint. Low carbonation very smooth, but nothing spectacular going on here. I don't believe that the alcohol content is 9.1 by volume but if it is then they did an amazing job covering up the alcohol taste. There is no bite here, no off flavors pretty well balanced overall, just a little bland for my taste buds. I could drink a few of these, but one is enough. I probably won't go back to this one for awhile.

Update on 3/10/14:

Found this at my local in Ohio, haven't seen any 12 ounce offerings in Ohio yet, since Three Floyd's came back. I notice the beer label has the same Robert the Bruce with some shiny new reflective gleam compared to the old labels. Nice to see it this fresh bottled on 2/25/14, maybe this will be a sign more fresh 12 ounce bottles coming our way. Pours a dark mahogany brown hue with ruby highlights, light cream colored tan head with fine speckled lacing. Aroma has hints of dark roasted malts, nutty cereal notes...full on malt assault maybe a layer of herbal hops for a bit of balance. The label states it best "this ale will bring a smile to any malt lover's lips!", I'm a malt lover at times but please guys send us some Zombie Dust!!! Flavor has hints of leather, big fruit malt notes, raisin, charred malt, with roasted malts. Some herbal hops in the finish but truly a nice Scottish Ale, this weighs in at 6.5% abv and it's relatively well hidden between sips...no burn in the backend. Mouthfeel is smooth and creamy textured, tame natural levels of carbonation no off flavors between sips, full malt bodied drinking ale. Overall, I wish I liked this style more, because truth be told I know this is one of the best examples of the style I've ever had, just not my cup of tea. (2,330 characters)

Photo of feloniousmonk
4.07/5  rDev +5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Generous, creamy head, aroma includes toffee, vanilla, soft caramel notes. Dark brown in color. Solid malt here, but very, very hoppy. Sweet, mild, but still a stout and hearty ale, very enjoyable. One of my favorite Scottish Ales. Hail Robert the Bruce! (254 characters)

Photo of mdfb79
3.68/5  rDev -4.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From 6/2/10 notes. Had at a Three Floyds tasting at the Brickskeller in DC.

a - Pours a dark brown with reddish tint when held up to light. Has an inch of light tan head and light carbonation evident.

s - Smells of roasted malts, vanilla, hints of coffee. Not very strong.

t - Tastes lightly of coffee, chocolate, and roasted malts. Also some biscuit or bready malts.

m - Medium body and low carbonation.

d - A pretty good ale. Would have liked a little more from the smell but very easy to drink. Would try again.
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EDIT: 02/14/12. Had another bottle of this tonight. Bumping the nose from a 3.0 to a 3.5. Nose has a lot more toasted and roasted malts to it, and some nuts. Pretty nice....I like this much better then the first time I had it. (750 characters)

Photo of drabmuh
3.78/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Bottle shared at a small tasting with Paul (Lunch). Thanks Paul. I believe he got this as an extra and this was the first FFF beer that I've had that I was completely underwhelmed with.

Beer is brown and pretty hazy. Forms an off white head that break and leaves some lacing. Carbonation appears low.

Aroma is slight and mostly roasty. Overall very mild.

Beer is simple and smooth, mostly roast in the back of the mouth. Not much else happening really. Just a plain ol' beer. (478 characters)

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Robert The Bruce from 3 Floyds Brewing Co.
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