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WILLIAMS BROS. Cock O' the Walk 4,3%

Ale, Scotland / The Lowlands, 50cl, Ref: 7033U

A classic red ale brewed with crystal malt, which gives it its colour, and two varieties of hops: Cascade from Oregon (developed in 1972) and Bobek cultivated in Slovenia.

Made with: malted barley and wheat, hops, yeast and water. The Williams brothers range of beers is made up of traditional ales: Williams; typical Scottish beers: Scottish Ales; and more unusual beers: specials, destined for export or the hedonistic customer. All of these beers can be slightly cloudy or have a small amount of sediment.

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  • Appearance : red with coppery hues.
  • Nose : dominated by violet-flavoured liquorice and lemon. Roasted notes, burnt syrup, develops into very ripe squishy fruit.
  • Palate : liquorice sweets, evokes the colour black, opens up on to lemon and violet. Surprisingly not too bitter.
  • Overall : intense but short-lived aromas. Liquorice sweets persist with a delicate bitterness.
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The Williams brothers, Scott and Bruce, began their career as brewers in the late 80s when they founded the Heather Ale Company. They started making a beer called Fraoch at their micro-brewery in Glasgow, according to a very old Gaelic recipe. In order to meet demand, they soon took their recipe to the West Highland Brewery in Argyll, and then to the historic Maclay’s brewery in Alloa. More recently, in the early 2000s, they bought the Forth Brewery east of Stirling and decided to rename their company the Williams Brothers Brewing Company/Heather Ale Ltd.

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