Boulevard Snow & Tell Oak-Aged Scotch Ale Returns

Boulevard Snow & Tell Oak-Aged Scotch Ale ReturnsFrom Boulevard:

Returning for a fourth year, Snow & Tell is our interpretation of a Scotch Ale or Wee Heavy. Ranging in alcohol from 6% up to 10% in more extreme examples of the style, Scotch Ales typically feature rich, caramel malt sweetness punctuated by spicy/herbal hops.

At 6.3 ABV, Snow & Tell is composed of our base pale malt, crystal/caramel malt, amber malt and just a touch of Beechwood smoked malt from Germany. At just under 1% of the total malt bill, the smoked malt lends subtle complexity without overpowering the layers of caramel and toffee flavors contributed by the crystal malt. Hopped with Magnum, Chinook and Saphir, Snow & Tell sees brief aging on medium toasted virgin oak chips at the end of fermentation.

Opening with aromas of fig, raisins and caramel/toffee Snow & Tell stretches out, enveloping the palate with a lingering malt sweetness that transitions into spicy/herbal hop flavors coupled with a drying, oaky character. The hops are fairly minimal at 25 IBUs, but serve to keep Snow & Tell from becoming cloying.

Flavor Profile
Aroma –Sweet caramel malt, slight spice and a hint of oak
Malt –Toffee, brown sugar, nutty, caramel malt notes
Hops – Balancing, spicy/earthy
Balance – Malt
Body – Medium

Alcohol by Volume – 6.3%
IBUs – 25
Color – 102 EBC


strong aged cheeses, maple glazed salmon, your favorite chili recipe, shortbread

Look for Snow & Tell in six-packs of 12oz bottles and on draft where you normally find our seasonal releases. Deliveries of bottles  and kegs will begin in the Greater Kansas City Area on Monday, October 29th. Other cities that normally see Boulevard seasonal beers like Hibiscus Gose and Tough Kitty Milk Stout should expect to see Snow & Tell in the coming weeks. Please note that we do not have access to our distributors’ delivery schedules and will be unable to confirm when Snow & Tell is available near you.

- Jeremy Danner, Ambassador Brewer

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