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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Tap Handle #297: Olde Burnside - Hop't Scot

Like the Killian's and MacTarnahan's daggers, this Olde Burnside blade is great addition to the collection. It's got even less detail than those other two taps, but I still love it. They are pretty rare.

Hop't Scot is a Scottish version of an English ale. It is unfiltered with a nice malt backbone and a variety of English hops, which help give it a nice and balanced hop character. It is available year-round. Weighted average on is 2.87 out of 5.

For more about Olde Burnside, see this post.

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