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Beer Man: Unique Innis & Gunn rates high among Scottish beer

9:21 PM, Jul. 18, 2013
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Regular readers of this column know that I am particular about Scottish ales, especially since it is my favorite style of beer.

The malt profile in Scottish ales such as McEwan's, Belhaven and Traquair is much more than simply having a strong malt presence. They have a unique flavor that, whether because of the brewing method, malts used, the yeast or a combination, U.S. brewers have been unable to replicate, at least based on the couple dozen versions I have sampled.

So it was with great pleasure that I recently visited St. Brendan's Inn in Green Bay and found Innis & Gunn on tap - along with a hefty ...

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