Beer Review: Innis and Gunn Toasted Oak IPA

FAITH HOPE AND HOPS!!!!!

Ok, so I was deciding what beer I wanted to look at for doing my first review on here. I have a few local brews I have already lined up, but then tried something super unique that I wanted to talk about it a little deeper.

Enter Innis and Gunn’s Toasted Oak IPA….A 5.6% abv IPA matured for 41 days with toasted American Oak chips out of Edinburgh, Scotland

And if you are wondering what the design in the back is….Here ya go!

I was curious to see how oak would mix into a traditional English Style IPA which tends to lean towards the malty side already.

It pours a nice dark gold color with a slight haziness. It’s not crystal clear, but you can still see through it. The aroma was slightly sweet and slightly bread…Nothing too amazing, but you could pick up some caramel and a slight hint of…

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