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Younger's Tartan Special

Scottish & Newcastle Breweries

Steve: This was a pretty sweet, copper colored ale. As it is in the same corporate family as McEwans, I'd say this is the next step down on the stoutness scale from the others. Odd as it sounds, it also had a bitter taste to it...started sweet, finished bitter. Bitter sweet, I guess. Anyway, this was an above average beer, so if you want something different, try this. But not with Italian food.
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All reviewed beers from Scottish & Newcastle Breweries:
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Younger's Tartan Special


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