Posts tagged with: "barrel aged"

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Surly Barrel-Aged Darkness

I’ve been lucky enough the past couple of years to have the opportunity to sample (and thoroughly enjoy) Surly’s annual Darkness release. […]

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Oskar Blues Bamburana Imperial Stout

Bamburana is a collaboration between Oskar Blues and Cigar City — two companies that certainly know how to craft an excellent stout. […]

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Rogue Dead N’ Dead

Many moons ago, Rogue Dead Guy was a staple in the Barley Blog household. This was a time when there weren’t nearly […]

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North Coast Old Stock Ale 2017 Cellar Reserve

North Coast’s Old Stock Ale was one of the first products that I started cellaring once that bug hit several years ago. […]

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Oskar Blues Brewery and Cigar City Brewing Release Bamburana

Longmont, Colo., January 9, 2019 - Oskar Blues Brewery and Cigar City Brewing are stoked to announce the release of their innovative new collaboration beer, Bamburana. The imperial stout, brewed with figs and dates, is double barrel-aged - in both whiskey and brandy barrels - and aged once more in…

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North Coast Barrel-Aged Old Rasputin XXI

North Coast’s Russian imperial stout, Old Rasputin, is one of my favorite beers. It was one of the first readily available stouts […]

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Olde Hickory Lindley Park

Not being familiar with the surrounding areas of Olde Hickory’s location in North Carolina, I can’t elaborate on the significance of naming […]

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Olde Hickory The Event Horizon

While a majority of the beers I brought back from my June OBX trip were of the lighter fair (IPAs, sours), I […]

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Surly Barrel-Aged Oat Wine

I thought that this bottle of Surly Barrel-Aged Oat Wine (BAOW) was the first of its kind that I had encountered, but […]

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Founders Dank Wood

Dank Wood was the third release in Founders’ Barrel-Aged Series and it packs a punch. The big, imperial red ale (12.2% ABV, […]

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Almanac Bourbon Barrel Pêche

Generally, all of the beers from Alamanc that I have encountered have been straightforward — dynamic in flavor, yes, but to the […]

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Almanac Mariposa

It looks like I’ve been on a bit of an Almanac run as of late, having just published a review for Astounding […]