In days long past, beer was local; Not in the sense that it was one of a series of styles everyone brewed, but that this style was only brewed here. Scottish ales were a purely Scottish phenomenon until about the 1960’s and were named after the price of a Hogshead (250 liter cask) of ale. Our 60 shilling version is soft, chewy, and smooth. This beer is a malt lover’s dream, with the first runnings boiled down and concentrated for deep caramel, candied fig, treacle, and moist cake flavors. It finishes creamy and bright without being overwhelmingly sweet.