Brew Review – Robert the Bruce from Three Floyds
May 6, 2009, 1:53 pm
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D.Jones has been a huge fan of everything that has come out of Three Floyds brewing in Indiana.  He hasn’t yet found a beer from them that he doesn’t love and on a recent trip to Illinois, he was able to pick up quite a selection from them to bring home to sample.

We couldn’t wait to check out the Robert the Bruce Scottish Style Ale, and it doesn’t disappoint.  The first thing we noticed after the pour, which was very dark amber with a nice head, was the apparent aroma of pipe tobacco.  The flavor is full of caramel malt.  It’s thick and hearty and creamy.  The tobacco again shows up in the taste, along with hints of roasted malt.   6.5% A.B.V and 35 I.B.U.s.   This one is sweet and yummy.  I call this dessert.  Cheers!

Two thumbs way up for Robert the Bruce.



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