This week’s beer comes from a well known and much-adored brewer we’ve covered before, Innis and Gunn. Readers on both sides of the pond will need little or no introduction to their classic original oak aged beer, which began life as the waste product of whiskey barrel enhancement that just so happened to taste sensational.
Innis & Gunn is a well-known brew among most enthusiasts. It’s known for being smooth and having sweet flavor. Today we’ll be doing a review on this beer, but first, let’s take a look at how this brewery and its methods came to be… The Discovery In the early 2000’s Dougal Sharp, a master brewer,