Copper & Kings "Cr&ftwerk" 3 Floyds Stout-Aged Brandy (750ml)

SKU #1246515

We've been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Copper & Kings's "Cr&ftwerk" project since we first tasted the brandies from barrel at the Louisville distillery last fall. While craft whisky producers have spent years trying to best capture the flavor of distilled beer into an interesting and sippable spirit, we think C&K may have the better idea: aging brandy, rather than whisky, in the used barrels from some of America's most iconic breweries. The finished result actually captures more of the that beery essence than the actual distillates we've tasted since the idea first took hold. Bottled at 55.5%, the 3 Floyds edition takes C&K brandy and finshes it in former Dark Lord Russian Imperial Stout casks. The rich and chocolatey flavor of that massively-textured beer comes right through on the first sip. The fruit from the brandy melds seamlessly with the vanilla and almost chewy texture from the beer residue, leaving a pure stout flavor on the finish. It's an absolutely incredible accomplishment, and fans of both C&K and 3 Floyds are going to go bonkers. Grab it while you can.

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By: Olivia Ragni | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/15/2016 | Send Email
These beer aged brandies are incredible. I’ve seen it done with whiskey, but the results are remarkable with brandy. The 3 Floyds is aged in stout barrels and has a slight influence from those barrels that make for a super interesting brandy. Aromas of cherries, orange and panettone with flavors of malt, coffee and caramel and a soft texture, resembling, well, stout. These brandies pack a punch and I’d say are a whiskey drinker's brandy.

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Alcohol Content (%): 55.5