A rich, smooth porter with hits of roastiness and chocolate adding to its balanced complexity. The perfect beer to enjoy around the campfire on the open prairie.
The Legend: In 1830 Hiram Scott, a fur-trading mountain man, found himself on the losing end of a skirmish with the Blackfoot Indians. Alone and fatally wounded, Scott died that Winter. After the snows melted and the Wildcat Hills were safe again for travel, a pile of bones was found miles from where he was last seen. Ever since, that hill has been called “Scott’s Bluff”.