Innis & Gunn Blonde
74An exceptionally smooth, well-rounded beer with oak kept nicely in check after dominating the aroma. Not too heavy or cloying, which makes it very quaffable.
Innis & Gunn Cask Strength
80Beautifully presented, unusual beer, aged for 77 days. Not as chewy as might be feared.
Innis & Gunn Island Cask
65This variation on the Innis & Gunn theme is all about tangy oak, with not too much else in the mix. Pleasant though.
Innis & Gunn Limited Edition 2005
85Slightly darker than the Cask Strength version (featured below), this beer is aged for 154 days and only 50,000 bottles have been produced. Fascinating, as always, from oak-agers Innis & Gunn.
Innis & Gunn Original Oak Aged
80This is the beer that set the Innis & Gunn ball rolling and at the same time rekindled an interest in wood-aged beers. Clean, interesting, mellow and tasty.
Innis & Gunn Rum Cask
66An attractive, red-amber ale matured in rum casks, but it doesn't quite deliver for its strength.
Innis & Gunn Rum Cask Oak Aged Beer
80The latest variation on the Innis & Gunn oak-ageing theme, this time using old rum casks. The sweetness marks it out as an ideal pudding beer. Only 84,000 bottles have been produced.
Innis & Gunn Triple Matured
72One of the best Innis & Gunn offerings, even if the finish lacks some intensity.