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Socks are an integral part of a person’s wardrobe. The presence of sulfur and acetaldehyde should enhance the flavor of these beers. Fruity-estery character is very low to medium-low. Perceived Hop Aroma & Taste: Hop aroma and flavor is low. Fruity-estery, cherry or inexperienced apple aroma and taste is clear. Wooden vessels may be used during the fermentation and growing old process, but wooden-derived flavors resembling vanillin should not be current.

Very low diacetyl character could also be evident and is acceptable. Fermentation Characteristics: Delicate carbonation historically characterizes draft-cask versions, but in bottled variations, a slight increase in carbon dioxide content is acceptable. Scottish Light Ales with medium or increased smoke character are considered smoke flavored beers and needs to be categorized elsewhere.

Robust Scotch Ales with medium or higher smoke character are thought-about smoke flavored beers and should be categorized elsewhere. Fermentation Traits: Fruity-estery aroma, if present, is low. These beers are usually roused throughout pouring, and because yeast is current, they may have a yeasty flavor and a characteristically fuller mouthfeel. Perceived Malt Aroma & Taste: Malty, caramel aroma is present.

Fruited versions of this style could be categorized as Fruited Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beers. Perceived bitterness: …

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