Scotch Ale

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List Of World Beer Cup Awards - Beer Awards - Ale - Scottish-Style Ale
... Year Medal Brew Brewery Location 1996 Gold Scotch Ale Samuel Adams Brewhouse Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Silver Laughing Lab Scottish Ale Bristol Brewing Company ... Seattle, Washington 2002 Gold Scotch Ale Boston Beer Co ... Boston, Massachusetts Silver Scottish Ale Nasu Kohgen Beer Company Takakukoh, Japan Bronze Wee Heavy Mickey Finn's Brewery Libertyville, Illinois 2004 Silver ...
List Of World Beer Cup Awards - Beer Awards - Ale - Strong Scotch Ale
... Nils Oscar Bryggeri Branneri Stockholm, Sweden Silver Arcadia Scotch Ale Arcadia Brewing Company Battle Creek, Michigan Bronze McAuslan Scotch Ale McAuslan Brewing Montreal, Quebec 2004 ... Wee Heavy Iron Hill Brewery Restaurant Wilmington, Delaware Bronze Caibou Kilt Strong Scotch Kassik's Kenai Brew Stop Kenai, Alaska ...
Golden Ale (UK) - Strong Pale Ale - Scotch Ale
... Scotch ale is the Edinburgh version of Burton Ale dark, with a bittersweet, sometimes slightly metallic tang, and generally strong ... Scotch Ale was first used as a designation for strong ales exported from Edinburgh in the 18th century ... The term has become popular in the USA, where strong ales which may be available in Scotland under a different name are sold in America as "Scotch Ale", for ...

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