Scottish ale brewed with black tea gives this a unique taste. Scottish ales are usually too dry and syrupy for me on the brown side because of the carmelization, but the tea factor makes a good offset. 21st amendment gave a place to its brewing competition participants and chose this as a finalist. The brewers’ names are included on the can. Despite the foamy pour, it settles down to a nice nukey brown mouth feel except without the chemical aftertaste and far better malts.