# Acetic Acid type of solvent

I recall the structure of Acetic Acid as $$\ce{CH3COOH}$$ but surely given the $$\ce{O-H}$$ dipole, wouldn't that make Acetic acid a Polar Protic solvent i.e. the $$\ce{H}$$ attached to the $$\ce{O-H}$$ can be involved in hydrogen bonding?
Am I incorrect in this instance? Shouldn't $$\ce{CH3COOH}$$ be classified as a polar protic solvent?