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Notes

Opened: 1980

Contributors: Mario Kornmesser, Diane Crawford, Richard R Tinurelli

Updated: March 29, 2017

Beer List


  • 4.40% abv.

  • 4.80% abv.

  • 4.20% abv.

  • 3.90% abv.

    • Date: May 4, 2000 (#3435)
      Package: bottled
      Place: Flanagan's Stop and Shop, Appleton WI
      Score: 16½ points
      Overall Impression (3½)
      Black, thick brown head. Rich chocolate aroma. Medium-thick body, fairly high carbonation, chocolatey, mildly sweet.

  • Robust Porter
    4.60% abv.

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    Classic English-Style Pale Ale
    4.20% abv.
    • Date: August 11, 1997 (#2136)
      Package: bottled
      Place: The Liquor Collection, Honolulu HI
      Score: 18½ points
      Overall Impression (3½)
      Golden-amber, low carbonation and head. Sweet, smoky malty aroma. Nice thick body, smoky-malty flavor, long malty finish. Extremely smooth.

  • 5.00% abv.

  • Oatmeal Stout
    4.20% abv.

  • English-Style Pale Mild Ale
    4.00% abv.

  • English-Style Summer Ale

  • English-Style Summer Ale
    3.80% abv.

  • (Special) Best Bitter
    4.50% abv.

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    Ordinary Bitter
    3.80% abv.
    • Date: September 28, 2002 (#4447)
      Package: bottled
      Place: Pick'n Save, Oshkosh WI
      Score: 15½ points
      Overall Impression (3)
      Ruby red, moderate head. Toasty, chocolatey, herbal-hoppy aroma. Medium-big body. Rich caramel malt flavor. Some sticky vegetal hop flavor like Samuel Smith's. Warming finish. Some acetaldehyde as it warms.
    • Date: August 13, 1997 (#2137)
      Package: bottled
      Place: The Liquor Collection, Honolulu HI
      Score: 16½ points
      Overall Impression (3½)
      Deep copper color, moderate carbonation, nice thick head. Smoky aroma, caramelly, a little hoppy. Big body, some caramel flavors, but rather metallic. Dries out the tongue, but doesn't feel like alcohol. Caramelly-sweet finish that gets smoky as it goes down. Jackson describes Old Jock as "something between an English barley wine and a Scottish wee heavy."

  • Ordinary Bitter
    3.60% abv.

  • English-Style Dark Mild Ale
    4.20% abv.