RENAISSANCE STONECUTTER ALE 330ML

RENAISSANCE STONECUTTER ALE 330ML

Multi award winning Stonecutter Scotch Ale is the big, hearty, ‘red wine’ of our range.  The Scotch Ale style is believed to have originated in Edinburgh in the 18th century and is colloquially known as "wee heavy" due to its higher strength than its paler siblings.  

We use nine malts blended together to produce layers of caramel, toffee, liquorice, chocolate and roasty flavours. These layers are balanced by a tart, raisiny fruitiness that gradually gives way to give this dark beer a lingering dry finish.

Rich, full bodied, warming and moreish, Stonecutter pairs well with the following dishes:

  • Venison
  • Roast beef or lamb
  • Hearty casseroles and stews
  • Crème brûlée
  • Scottish shortbread

And for those of you who want to know about where the name Stonecutter came from, you will need to know the secret handshake.

7% ABV

Regular price $0.00 $4.50 Sale

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Shipping info

COVID-19 update - Due to the higher demand our couriers are experiencing, some orders are taking longer than normal to arrive. Thank you for your patience.

Up to 12 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:
North Island (non-rural): $5
North Island (rural): $10
South Island(non-rural): $10
South Island(rural): $15

Up to 24 bottles of wine or equivalent mls:
North Island (non-rural): $10
North Island (rural): $20
South Island(non-rural): $20
South Island(rural): $30

Additional delivery fees for Waiheke, Chatham, and Stewart Island

We endeavour to dispatch orders the next business day, couriers can take 1 to 2 business days to deliver to non-rural addresses and 2 to 3 days to deliver to rural addresses. Please see below for exceptions during December:

In December please allow 3 business days for delivery. The last day for Christmas orders is Monday 16th December at midday for non-rural deliveries, Friday 13th December at midday for rural deliveries. After these dates Regional Wines cannot guarantee delivery before 25th December

Unfortunately Regional Wines cannot take responsibility for the breakage of delivered glassware items.