Strathaven Ales - Old Mortality 80/-Ale

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Robert Paterson, 1715 - 1801, came to be known as 'Old Mortality' and was the inspiration for Sir Walter Scott's novel of that name set in the covenanting period. He was a stonemason who travelled around Scotland maintaining headstones of martyred covenanters. Scott met him in Dunnottar Kirkyard not far from Stonehaven.

Brewed in the strong tradition of Scottish 80/-ales with a balanced flacour and a sweet malt finish. Two hops combine to give a slightly spicy taste with floral notes.

Labels: Strathaven Ales
Alcohollevel: 4.2 %
Bottlevolume: 0.5 Liter
Bottletypes: Glass bottle
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast

Strathaven Ales / Craigmill Brewery

ML 10 6 PB Strathaven
Great Britain

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