Barrelhouse Brewing "Celebratory Ale No 4" Ale Blend w/ Brett aged in Oak Foeder, California (500ml) (Previously $18)

SKU #1295330

Born from our Salvaje and Reservado Series of beers this year’s Celebratory Ale is unlike anything you’ve had before. We started with a robust stout base and co-fermented it on the juice from apples in a port wine Foeder where it aged with Brett until we blended it with three of our most sacred of beers: Grog, Curly Wolf, and Heidbanger. This delicately tart and massively complex beer is incredibly drinkable boasting characters of fig, vanilla, caramel, & apple pie with a warming finish. Weighing in at 8.3% ABV and is ready to drink or cellar for years.

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Alcohol Content (%): 8.3