Highland Gaelic Ale Btl.12 oz

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Highland Gaelic Ale Btl.12 oz

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Gaelic AleGaelic Ale photoA deep amber-colored American ale, featuring a rich malty body. Cascade and Willamette hops add a complex hop flavor and aroma. This ale is exceptionally balanced between malty sweetness and delicate hop bitterness. It has a universal appeal and is our workhorse, accounting for about half of our total production.This was our first beer and was originally named Celtic Ale in honor of the Scots and Irish who originally settled the Appalachian region. We had to change the name - unbeknownst to us, Bert Grant Brewery had trademarked "Celtic Ale." The term "Gaelic" more commonly refers to the language of the Celtic peoples in Scotland and Ireland and particularly to the Scottish Highlanders. The dark amber color is similar to a Scottish Ale but the flavor and body is more in the style of American Amber.Grains2 Row Brewers Malt, Munich, Caramel 40, Caramel 60 & Extra Special MaltHopsChinook, Willamette, & CascadeABV5.6%

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Highland Gaelic Ale Btl.12 oz
Gaelic AleGaelic Ale photoA deep amber-colored American ale, featuring a rich malty body. Cascade and Willamette hops add a complex hop flavor and aroma. This ale is exceptionally balanced between malty sweetness and delicate hop bitterness. It has a universal appeal and is our workhorse, accounting for about half of our total production.This was our first beer and was originally named Celtic Ale in honor of the Scots and Irish who originally settled the Appalachian region. We had to change the name - unbeknownst to us, Bert Grant Brewery had trademarked "Celtic Ale." The term "Gaelic" more commonly refers to the language of the Celtic peoples in Scotland and Ireland and particularly to the Scottish Highlanders. The dark amber color is similar to a Scottish Ale but the flavor and body is more in the style of American Amber.Grains2 Row Brewers Malt, Munich, Caramel 40, Caramel 60 & Extra Special MaltHopsChinook, Willamette, & CascadeABV5.6%
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