Wet Willy Scotch Ale | New England Brewing Co.

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Wet Willy Scotch AleWet Willy Scotch Ale

Brewed by:
New England Brewing Co.
Connecticut, United States

Style: Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 10.00%

Availability: Fall

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Photo of SiepJones
4.82/5  rDev +22.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a Snifter

A: Pours a deep brown, like a glass of apple cider. There is no clarity through the beer. A half inch of head sits on top of the beer, and once it dissipates it leaves a small ring around the edges of the glass.

S: Lots of scents: Malt, Peat, Toffee, Carmel, Vanilla, Oak.

T: Oak up front with a touch of Peat. Good malt backbone with a hint of vanilla on the finish. That combination gives the taste sweet Carmel/Toffee flavor (scent also).

M: Chewy mouth with just enough carbonation, and a touch of alcohol heat. Very well balanced.

D: As far as flavor/scent/mouth goes this is an excellent, very enjoyable beer, with many characteristics of Scotch. Unfortunately the high ABV is going to keep me from drinking more than two of these. Bummer.

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Photo of beer4colin
4.8/5  rDev +22.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5


That's Brigadoon:
It tells the story of a mysterious Scottish village that appears for only one day every hundred years, though to the villagers, the passing of each century seems no longer than one night. The enchantment is viewed by them as a blessing rather than a curse, for it saved the village from destruction. According to their covenant with God, no one from Brigadoon may ever leave, or the enchantment will be broken and the site and all its inhabitants will disappear into the mist forever. Two American tourists, lost in the Scottish Highlands, stumble upon the village just as a wedding is about to be celebrated, and their arrival has serious implications for the village's inhabitants.

And that says it all, except for the wedding part....

Scotch Ale is my favorite style and this beer rocks!! But, it is only here, like Brigadoon, for an instant. Love this beer....

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Photo of cjgator3
4.74/5  rDev +20.6%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

12oz bottle

A- Purple foil and capped. Pours a dark brown color with an off-white head.

S- The aroma is simply fantastic! It is very malty with a ton of Bourbon, vanilla and wood. I like a lot!

T- The taste like the aroma is a lot of sweet malt, bourbon and peat. It is sweet, but not too sweet. The alcohol is defintiely there, but this beer could not be any smoother. Wow, fantastic stuff!

M- The mouthfeel is medium bodied with a moderate amount of carbonation.

D- 10% ABV? Are you kidding me? This beer goes down dangerously smooth. Overall, Wet Willy is a fantastic brew that is a must try! Highly Recommended!

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Photo of mikesgroove
4.72/5  rDev +20.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

I was lucky enough to be able to get a bottle of this one as part of a great box of locals recently. Thrilled to say the least to be able to try this great beer. Served chilled in a pint glass and consumed on 09/29/2009.

The pour was very nice. Rich caramel in color with a light tan head on top that reached a height of around an inch before fading and leaving the top of the glass mostly bare. Light lacing on the sides as well. Aroma was spectacular. Rich notes of caramel and toffee, oozing with butterscotch and sweet herbal notes. Light hint of a boozy alcohol touch to it at well, but it played out quite nicely. The first sip made me fall back in my chair. Simply brilliant. Rich butterscotch and toffee flavors roll across the tongue. Enormously sweet like a wonderful piece of hard candy, each sip seemed more compelling then the one before it. Sublime. Nice herbal hop notes playing it up quite well and the smooth, delicate caramel finish with a light touch of booziness is just what the doctor ordered. Nice medium feel and the alcohol, for ten percent was placed quite nicely and worked very well here.

Overall this one was hands down one of the best in the style I have had in longer then I can remember. I would be honored to try this again and would put it up against anything else in the style.

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Photo of erosier
4.57/5  rDev +16.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

L: Pours a nice amber-red color with red hues and a nice off white colored head that laces the glass bit on the way down.
S: Smells of sweet roasted malts, caramel aromas, a hint of smokiness and oak aromas, and a hint of toffee as well.
T: Tastes of sweet roasted malts, nice caramel and toffee flavors round out the sweetness of this beer. Nice smoky wood flavors are mixed in with the rest of the flavors and a faint vanilla flavor at the end rounds it out pretty well.
M: Very smooth, rich, warming, medium bodied, perfect amount of carbonation.
D: Extremely drinkable, didn't even realize this was so high in abv, felt and tasted like it was about half of that. Great flavors mix for a great beer.

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Photo of begforme4484
4.55/5  rDev +15.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a nice brown with amber hues, minimal off white head that receded quickly. Spotty lacing on the side of the glass.

Some nice scents hit your right away. A profound woody smell with hints of chocolate laced in. It's toasty and smokey, with a touch of vanilla. It's all over the place in a good way, but still malt-centric.

Wow, a smooth vanilla oak flavor on my first sip, very nice. A nice sweet caramel effect in there, with a clean and slightly bitter hop finish. It's smokey, woody, and sweet all rolled into one, with a slight hop finish.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied, smooth, and midly carbonated.

The drinkability is definitely a sipper, although, I can easily see myself consuming more than one.

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Photo of Pahn
4.55/5  rDev +15.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

500ml bottle into Duvel tulip. 2010 vintage.

Appearance: Free pour yields a bubbly and frothy one and a half inch bone white head that dissipates steadily without leaving much lacing. Pours a translucent light amber/orange, and leaves spotty but sweeping and copious lacing that doesn't go away.

As a sidenote, I really like the presentation in the bottle as well. The wax-like plastic + seal over the cap is a nice touch, and I'm partial to those sleek Pliny shaped 500ml bottles.

Smell: Sweet malt, faint herbal/effervescent aroma, and wood (like straight wood; like smelling an unfinished cabinet or sawing a piece of oak in half). Gets a little boozier with warmth, but with the booze comes a huge array of malt notes; caramel, almond, some Bailey's and other liqueur-like aromas. Really excellent.

Taste: Again, sweet malt and subtle but distinct oak, followed by a hot alcohol finish that quickly gives way to a long vanilla oak aftertaste. Warmth does the same thing to the flavor as the aroma, bringing out lots of great malt flavors, though the beautiful (and somewhat restrained) oak notes stay strong throughout.

This is great stuff. I could be persuaded to give 5s for both smell and taste. The only reason I'm not doing so is that I think maybe it could be a little better, somehow. Maybe.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied, maybe on the lighter side. Juicy, with a moderate, perhaps greater than expected level of carbonation. The lighter body really lets these flavors shine. They might feel a bit more natural in a thicker, creamier beer, but I like how the light body provides such a sharp focus for the flavor.

On the down side, the finish occasionally gets a little chalky, which is the closest thing to a flaw present in this great beer.

Drinkability: Hot, but a flavorful sipper. Consistently good flavors, but more than enough depth and complexity to be actively interesting if you pay attention.

As is probably clear from everything above, NEBCO impresses me with their brewing skills once again. This is a great Scotch ale. I could drink quite a lot of this.

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Photo of sulldaddy
4.54/5  rDev +15.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

I am sampling a 5 year old 12 oz bottle poured into a snifter at cellar temp. I bought these at the brewery and have had a couple of these over time, this is my last one, im hopeful for good things.
The beer pours a clear mahogany color with minimal beige head that fades very quickly to nothing during the sampling. There is just a little bit of brown sediment on the bottom of my glass.
Very sweet and malty nose with brown sugar, raisins, some vanilla, and still some warm fusol booziness. Even after all these years it still obviously packs some punch.

First sip reveals some brown sugar and caramel with a bit of dark fruit and a bit of vanilla mixed in on the finish. The flavors are generally sweet and actually cover the booze with no hints of the alcohol on the swallow or anywhere else.
Texture is very silky smooth and drinks very easy, with very fine carbonation that is gentle and caresses my palate. Beer goes down with no issues.
This brew is amazingly easy to drink for 10% and I wish I had stashed a few more bottles as they are probably just about perfect right now.

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Photo of Ashliana
4.54/5  rDev +15.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Note: This is a review of a 2-year aged bottle of Wet Willy -- my experience has been that this beer tastes much better with at least a year of age.

I have been looking for a long time for a scotch ale to replace the special place in my beer collection once held by the no-longer-imported McEwan's Scotch Ale... and now I have to say I've found something *better*. It has a depth of sweetness (but not too much), that is superior to McEwan's. The only real area I think where it loses to McEwan's is in the appearance -- could be darker and more opaque. (Of course, this comparison to McEwan's should be read with the caveat that I was a big fan of McEwan's when I was much newer to the world of craft beers and my beer-tasting pallet was far less refined, so perhaps if I had McEwan's now I would not by as positive. Regardless, this beer is an impressive example of scotch ale.)

Appearance - A cloudy brown with light lacing and a small amount of head which dissipates slowly. Could be a deeper brown and perhaps slightly better head retention.

Smell - toffee, caramel, very mild peaty smokey notes; very pleasant to inhale.

Mouthfeel - exceedingly smooth; slightly sticky and coats the tongue; lingers in the back of your throat in a pleasant way.

Taste - Caramel, cofee and toffee are predominant with floral backtaste; very very subtle notes of fruit. Has a very deep flavor profile. For a Scotch ale, it's relatively rich and complex (so not complex like a good gueze). Only negative, which is extremely mild, is that there is a slight "thinness" in the taste at the end of the sip.

Drinkabiliity - excellent; goes down easily; smooth and clean

Serving type: bottle

Note: rated to the style

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Photo of woosterbill
4.48/5  rDev +14%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

Growler of the 2010 vintage into a Duvel tulip.

A: Pours a hazy reddish-brown body topped by a perfect inch of creamy, sticky, dense tan head. Great retention and lacing by any standard - unbelievable for an 11%+ beer (which is where this year's version wound up; last time was the 10% listed on BA). Wow.

S: Whoa, this beer is an entirely different animal fresh compared to the aged bottles I've had from the last vintage. Yeah, there's the toffee/caramel/toasty/smoky malt, as well as the rich vanilla oakiness, but there's also a huge herbal hop presence. Some alcohol is noticeable, but it's by no means the booze bomb that a beer so big and so fresh might be expected to be. Excellent.

T: Opens with oak, then moves into a richly sweet malt body, and finishes with some bitterness and booziness. Big, bold, balanced, and delicious.

M: Full-bodied and rich with smooth, mouth-filling carbonation. The effervescence does a great job combating the stickiness. Perfect.

D: It's definitely on the big, boozy side of the style, but the bitterness and carbonation make this totally, seriously dangerous. Good thing I had help with the growler, or I would have been walking home from my friends' place.

Notes: What can I say? This is a crazy, unique, and delicious brew. One malt plus one hop plus a ridiculous amount of oak chips make for a stunning experience. I'll be buying as many bottles as I can find and aging them for years to come.


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Photo of washburnkid
4.47/5  rDev +13.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to jdmek9. My favorite scotch ale thus far.

A: two fingers bubbly ivory head over a hazy caramel-hued beer complete with floaties. Head retains as a cap and no lacing.
S: sweet malts, strong vanilla and bourbon notes. Very strong and pleasant for the nose. Anise and leather are in there, with wood and alcohol.
T: lots of strong flavors that I pulled from the aromas. Incredibly strong oak, bourbon, and vanilla, all of which I am partial to. Anise is the solid backbone holding these flavors together.
M: a smooth medium body, and the head sticks around to offer an added layer of creaminess with each sip.
D: a very well done beer. The drinkability was dangerously high. This beer saved me from boredom in the beer wasteland that is Cheyenne, wy. Thanks again Jason!

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Photo of Krakistophales
4.42/5  rDev +12.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A: Pours grapefruit, rust colored with no head at all.

S: Lots of caramel, sweet malts, brown sugar, candied dark fruit like figs, plum, and dates, and a rum raisin type smell.

T: At first, a big hint of caramel and brown sugar, with the middle transitioning into dark fruity, bready, creamy sweetness, and the end having a nice hop bite and a butterscotch smooth finish. Excellent.

O: This is quite amazing. Probably the best scotch ale I've ever had, tastes more like a barleywine actually. Will definitely buy again.

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Photo of TheTippler
4.41/5  rDev +12.2%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I was told by a distributor that only 50 cases of this is made. I am unaware of the validity of this. Cloudy and copper in color. Finger-sized head that dissipates somewhat quickly. I can't really smell much on it... maybe a bit of smoke? Remarkably smooth for a 10% scotch ale and dangerously drinkable. Caramel-toffee-boozy flavors.

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Photo of largadeer
4.37/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Got this one from sinstaineddemon. Thanks.

Mahogany colored, a bit cloudy in the glass. Two fingers of off-white head forms from a delicate pour and slowly settles to a crown.

Toffee and butterscotch, toast, nuts and dates are the first to greet my nose. Increased temperatures and vigorous swirls bring out aromas of vanilla, brown sugar and whiskey.

It's rich and sweet on the tongue, but the sweetness is balanced nicely by woody tannins. Butterscotch, toast and dates again, along with a slight twang of more citrusy fruit. The body is on the fuller side of medium, slightly syrupy but well carbonated for the style. If I didn't know any better, I'd guess that this is barrel-aged as the malt character is very bourbon-like. It finishes bittersweet, a little slick with a hint of earthiness. Light hoppiness and oaky tannins linger on the palate. This one really surprised me - it's very good.

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Photo of Brewtr0n
4.37/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12 oz into pint glass, warmed to ~40 ºF.

A - Pours a dark foggy brown, small frothy head that quickly recedes to a white crown.

A - A dusty, figgy, dates with whiskey thing going on with subtle alcohol -definitely not solventy though.

T - Dates and fig with a strong whiskey characteristic. Predominantly sweet, partially balanced by lingering alcohol. An immediate and pleasing warming character. The 10 % ABV is extremely well hidden.

M - Round and well bodied, but with a little carbonation keeping things interesting.

D - Could do two perhaps but not for lack of wanting! This is heavy stuff. Not a session beer.

Possibly the very definition of a wee heavy?

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Photo of Durge
4.37/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Slightly cloudy medium copper color with modest a white head and average lace. It has a strong herbal, almost minty, peppery aroma. The flavor is similar to the aroma, mild herbal with a background of honey and sweet wheat, a hint of scotch without a heavy alcohol dominance. This is incredibly smooth and more drinkable than most wee heavies. New England has a very different and highly enjoyable brew here. Can't wait to have another!

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Photo of hoppymcgee
4.35/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Knifestyles for this bottle! I think this is an '09 vintage. Poured into a Cigar City snifter.

A: Reddish brown with a slick/oily look to it. Not much carbonation here, but works well with the style.

S: Boozy, candied yams, brown sugar, and some butter? They must have made this around Thanksgiving time.

T: Surprisingly not too sweet, nutty, caramelly, and just overall rich.

M: Perfect amount of carbonation, and perfect amount of dryness. By it's looks, I thought this beer would be syrupy, but I was pleasantly surprised.

D: Perfect amount of booze; age really did this beer well.

Overall, by far my favorite of this style.

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Photo of OWSLEY069
4.35/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a hazy orange to light brown in color with a light tan head. In the aroma, peat, caramel, and a small roast. In the taste, dry peat, dry caramel and a small sweet earthiness. A small bite, but mainly smooth and a light to medium bodied mouthfeel, with a semi dry earth and almost sweet pear in the aftertaste. Nice small fruit and nice dry caramel and malt, quite nice.

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Photo of number1bum
4.34/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pours a light brown, copperish sort of color with one finger of light beige head. Keeps a thin, bubbly lace with minimal stick.

Smell is rather delicate for a beer of this strength, but quite nice. Soft caramel with a modest sweetness to it, and a nice buttery, almost toffee-like aroma as well. Subtle earthiness as well. Very nice.

Taste is also more restrained than I might have guessed when I read the 10%. It has a nice caramel flavor but it's not overly sweet at all. Has a lightly toasty, bready quality to it, and a buttery flavor as well. Not quite like a butterscotch flavor because it's not that sweet. Subtle bitterness in the finish with an earthy flavor as well. This is incredibly smooth and there is not even a hint of alcohol detectable.

Mouthfeel is a very smooth medium-full body, quite clean in the finish. A bit lighter than I would have guessed given the ABV, and smoother as well with no alcohol burn or bite.

This is a definite success by New England, taking a style that I don't typically care for that much and making it a delightful sipper. I say sipper because I know the ABV, but if it wasn't on the label I would never guess it the way it drinks. That's a testament to how smooth and balanced it is. A really nice beer to sit back and savor on a cool evening.

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Photo of ThreeDimesDown
4.32/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Cellared for about a month on a recommendation from a guy who was present during bottling.

Poured a clear burnt Sienna color with an eggshell white head. The one finger thick head dissipated to a skin that stuck around for the duration.

Notes of caramel, vanilla, oak and a hint of spice (cinnamon). Very subdued nose.

Taste is bigger, with some nice complexities. Caramel and toffy malts with a bready malt backbone. Black cherries, brown sugar sweetness, and nuttiness. The only presence of hops detected was in the slightly bitter finish. Alcohol warmth is well balanced especially for the %.

Mouthfeel is medium and smooth, almost creamy.

Overall a very nice brew, lots going on but balanced out well.

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Photo of rfgetz
4.32/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to philbe311 for acquiring this one.

Pours a murky coppery amber with lots of sediment, moderate cap off off-white head, minimal retention. Scent is a fantastic blend of buttery toffee, brown sugar, sweet caramel, glazed roasted nuts, kiss of smoke and earth, lightly juicy and resinous hops. Taste follows suit with a wonderfully blended and complex flavor profile that evokes just about every positive quality consumed in the style. Toffee, caramel, roasted nuts, vanilla, pineapple, char, earth, wood, lightly herbal, alcohol. Fuller side of medium bodied, smooth with some heft as it goes down, light bite at end of sip. Overall, a true winner in and out of the style and one I'd have over and over again.

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Photo of BarrytheBear
4.32/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Thanks to BTPete....a thoughtful extra.

Operation Kitchen Improvement begs for some assistance. Per request, Wet Willy enters the fray.

Wildly hazy and oily pour. Deep caramel with a frothy head that plunges to the depths to be seen no more. Major league sediment.

Smell jumps from the bottle even before the entire cap is peeled away. Soft bourbon and vanilla and a freshly opened sack of brown sugar. Begs to be smelled.

Big brown sugary doughnut wrapped with tempered bourbon. Soft vanilla envelops the sugared pastry. Nice.

Slippery little devil slides around the mouth. Carbonation? Willy don't need no stinkin' carbonation.

Willy wants you to enjoy. Ten percent hidden beautifully.

Edit: Looking back at this, it doesn't seem this beer is barrel aged, but damn if I didn't pick it up. Hmmmm....

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Photo of sinstaineddemon
4.32/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A - dark amber.ruddy brown with very scant visible carbonation, plenty of suspended sediment, a thin white head that fizzes away quickly

S - super sweet, molasses, caramel, toffee, scotch/bourbon, vanilla, oakiness, red licorice, so many aromas, even some tea solids aroma, what a nose!

T - holy crap, its like im tasting the aroma, red licorice takes the lead, with some liquor flavors, the scotch and mainly the bourbon, vanilla, oak, woody resin, acetyl sweetness - toffee, caramel, and some darl fruits to round it out, raisins, dates, plums

M&D - on the thin side of medium bodied, layered and complex, smooth is an understatement, a well hid doubel digit ABV, NEBCO has a hit here!

my previous review was St. Arnold Divine Reserve #8, which i called "one of the better wee heavys i have experienced" if this wee heavy is #1, that one is #2 of those i have had.

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Photo of jimmy82063
4.3/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Picked up a growler at the brewery. Always like going there, they are good guys. Poured in to a perfect pint glass.

A) - Mild amber color a little surprised at the translucence given the style. Medium head.

S) Very sweet.

T) - Caramel and toffee, what I like about this is that it is not a total malt bomb, you can actually, taste the hops. A little alcohol burn at the end.

M) Lightly carbonated.

D) - This is where it gets scary. Rob told me that this was 11%. This is very easy to drink despite the ABV.

Scotch ales is really not my style, but this one I like. I've had some that are tough to get down but this is certainly not one of those. This should be out in bottle in a couple of weeks. A few will be headed to the cellar. Very enjoyable!

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Photo of Arenbeer
4.3/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

550ml Bottle poured into a DFH Snifter Glass. This a fresh 2010 vintage

A- Pours a real nice murky dark reddish brown with a real small less than 1 finger head that disappears instantly leaving just some bubbles in the glass. Being 10% it leaves some nice feet on the sides of the glass as well.

S- Really sweet caramel malts with a huge amount of oak and wood. Definitely some vanilla and alcohol notes. Smells great!

T- Really smooth caramel malts up front mixed with some alcohol sting on the tongue. But after it goes down you get a real nice oak and vanilla flavor that coats the throat real nicely. Almost has a spicy side as if there was cayenne pepper in this but I'm certain there isn't. Mostly likely from the alcohol.

M- Medium bodied with moderate carbonation even though it doesn't show it and a nice wet finish with a slight sting on the throat from the alcohol but makes it enjoyable.


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Wet Willy Scotch Ale from New England Brewing Co.
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