Description: Highland chieftains, to test visiting warriors’ strength before entry to the castle to ensure he could defend the castle if needed, used the clachneart (stone of strength). Four Saints won’t require you to throw a 22 lb. stone to join our camp. Just join us in enjoying this malty, full-bodied, slightly smoky ale that pays homage to the Scottish tradition of North Carolina.

ABVIBUSRMSuggested Serving Temperature:
4.6 19.8 13.9 45-50°F

Glassware: Pint glass styles (Becker, Nonic, or Tumbler), Mug styles (Seidel, Stein, Dimpled, or Tankard), Thistle

Food Pairings: Roast or grilled beef, game, smoked salmon

Cheese Pairings: Aged cheese, smoked cheese

Dessert Pairings: Toffee, chocolate, shortbread

clach neart scottish ale