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  • Lindsay Robinson

    Harviestoun Old Engine Oil beer

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    Harviestoun Old Engine Oil - Yep, it's the color of old engine oil. (Is there not a manlier name for a beer?) And, while I haven't actually tasted old engine oil, I'm going to say that it tastes nothing like it. A perfect balance of roasted coffee flavor and chocolate, with a slightly bitter finish. For a heavy beer it's surprisingly drinkable.

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