Marshall Brewing Bourbon Barrel Barleywine Coming 11/10

08 November 2016

imageFrom Marshall Brewing:

Marshall Brewing Company is killing their seasonal brews this year! Just in time for Thanksgiving, they'll be dropping their bourbon barrel aged barleywine on a grateful state, and there shall be much rejoicing. Get it right here next Thursday before it hits OKC shelves!

From Marshall:
" "Barleywine Ale" is the inaugural release of our latest barrel aged series. Early in 2016 an American Barleywine was racked into Bourbon casks previously containing Black Dolphin Stout. Our concept was to impart the lighter Bourbon and less tannic character of the oak to the rich malt base of the Barleywine while the American hops mellowed with the time. The result is a hearty Barleywine that is mellow and ready to enjoy now!

Tasting Notes: Aroma offers light bourbon, sweet oak, brown sugar and plum. Taste follows aroma with rich malt sweetness. Full bodied. ABV: 9.2% IBU: 50"

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