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- Some Scottish historians theorize that Charles Stuart didn't flee Scotland after the failed 1745 uprising; instead, he had a few too many Wee Heavies in the Outer Hebrides and then just sort of woke up in France. History may keep her secrets, but you can share the experience of a Wee Heavy. There's a little Jacobite Revolution in every bottle. These are the very strongest of all Scottish ales, with a garnet-brown hue, profound maltiness and high alcohol content. Our Wee Heavy showcases complex toffee and vinous notes and a restrained hop character. Best imbibed in small doses, this kit continues to develop with age and is great for cellaring.
Recommended: 2-stage fermentation and yeast starter.
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Scottish Wee Heavy All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style British Original Gravity 1083 Total Time to Make 3 months
- 5.0 / 5.04 Reviewsaging nowjust emptied into a 5 gallon whiskey barrel for some aging i had enough left over to bottle 2 12oz bottles , and had about 1/2 cup extra to taste and it was fantastic , i cant wait for both the whiskey barrel and my 2 bottles to be ready . this would be great with out the whiskey agingJanuary 2, 2018Purchased
2 months agoAwesome Session Kit....ready for variation as well!This is an awesome recipe-My friends and I favored the deep brown-orange hue yielded by this high gravity wonder. I added Single-malt Scotch steeped oak barrel chips to the secondary for an additional Scottish-smokey finish and have found a winner!
Highly recommend!!February 6, 2017Purchased
over 2 years agoWee HeavyNo review yet as it is a "wee" early. Still in secondary and about 3 months to go. EdAugust 19, 2016This is the second timeThis is the second time I have brewed this. The first time it was in the secondary fermentor for a little over two months and in the keg for several more months. It was complex, tasty and the aging hid the high ABV. It was a friend and family favorite going on the seasonal rotation.July 28, 2016
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