I am pretty impressed with the Wyeast 1728 Scottish Ale yeast so far. I have my fermentation chamber set at 50F for the first few days of fermentation with a gradual ramp up and have gotten nice active fermentation on my last two batches.
The first beer, a Scottish 60 came out very clean tasting with a lot of emphasis on the malt (if a bit thin right now). I pitched a packet into the batch without a starter (6 gal, OG: 1.034), a little light but it went fine.
I am hoping for similar results with a Wee Heavy (6 gal, OG:1.07) I just brewed utilizing about 200ml of thick slurry from the Scottish 60.
I am going to oak the WH and if both are tasting good after some cold conditioning time I am going to blend to get: (24) bottles of a Wee Heavy, (24) 80 Shilling, (24) 70 Shilling and (24) 60 Shilling.