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Harviestoun Ola Dubh 40

Style: Old Ale, Oak Aged
Alcohol: 8% ABV
Brewery: Harviestoun
Country/Region: Scotland

Product Description:

Ola Dubh (or ‘Black Oil’) is a collaboration between Harviestoun Brewery and Highland Park. It is based on Harviestoun’s award-winning Old Engine Oil. With more than a stylistic nod to the classic Imperial Porters (and Stouts) of the nineteenth century, this deliciously rich, dark, 8% a.b.v. beer is the first ale to be aged in malt whisky casks from a named distillery and, with traceable casks and numbered bottles, the first with genuine provenance. This version is aged in Highland Park 40 Year whisky casks.

Tasting Notes:

Tasting notes coming soon.

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Very Limited

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