Aberdeenshire, eh. My people are west coasters, industrial Red Clyde folk. I do have an Aberdeen jersey somewhere. And it's red. Not amber, though. I always think of amber beers as the default setting for the toggle switch, more about what isn't in the beer than what is. Yet this is my first BrewDog, which (if this was 2004) would be as cool as, err, vlogging.
It pours the bright orange of Young's Special London ale and a bunch more pale ales. Nice fine sheeting head. Soft water, citrus and weedy hops in decent balance, nice enough malt with raising and grain but nothing too pushy. It's good. It's not reinventing anything but I like it. Long bitter hop finish. Big support from the BAers. Better than any other beer I have had with the word "Unit" in the address.