Corne De Glace – À l’abri de la Tempête

Scotch Ale de glace très puissant, 14%


Ice Scotch Ale, 14%, aged around 6 months : Cloudy and hazy copper brownish color. Slightly creamy brown orangey 3-4 finger head in a tulip, lasting around 5-10 minutes, with some strong lacing. Flavors molasses, liquorice, plums, cherries, clove, wood, dark grains and herbal hops. Slick and slightly oily medium body, soft crisp. Very strong dry finish, leathery and alcoholic, rich dark fruits and roasted grains, while highly spicy with a hint of cheese. Decent barrel aged feel, but not enough and probably doesn’t age that well. This is an « Ice Scotch Ale » with proper strength; it’s really warming, almost burning the throat. It’s interesting but not amazing. Quite a bold Scotch Ale for really cold times. It’s deeply boozy but not overly coarse and vinous, still decently balanced. Although the accessibility is very low. Got to try this one again, was interrupted by the damn wife’s car accident, so I got to drink this hours after the pour and it was still decent. Overall very good quality craft.

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