DuClaw Releasing Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Naked Fish 2/11

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From DuClaw:

Hey, craft beer lovers! Join us at the Brewery Saturday, February 11th, for the release of a DuClaw Brewing Company classic with a twist - Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Naked Fish - which will be available for purchase in 22oz bottles, draft pours, and crowlers. But that's not all! We will also be supporting our friends at the Harford County Humane Society by having adoption-ready pets on site all day. You could find a little unconditional love this Valentines Day!

BBA Double Naked Fish Tasting Notes:
Double Naked Fish is full-bodied and nearly black in color with a light tan head, 8% ABV, and a flavor profile dominated by custom ground gourmet chocolate raspberry coffee and cocoa nibs. Over one year of bourbon barrel aging infuses the beer with accents of vanilla, caramelized sugar, and charred wood to create a whole new level of depth and sophistication. It’s quite the catch, and it's available in 22oz bottles at this brewery release for $20 a bottle.

Event Details:

  • Gourmet Grilled Cheese Sandwiches from 'Say Cheese’. We highly recommend pairing the Short Rib Sandwich with a pour of Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Naked Fish!
  • Games of skill and chance through which you can win beer, prizes, and help furry friends in need.
  • The first beer is on us if you bring an item of the Humane Society's 'Wish List'
  • Adoption-ready pets on site all day.
  • 22 DuClaw Beers on tap - pours for $5.
  • 3 Unique prototype brews.
  • Your one guaranteed opportunity to snag a bottle of One Year Aged Bourbon Barrel Double Naked Fish, no limits on purchases, $20 a bottle.
  • Children Welcome.

It all happens Saturday, February 11th from 11am to 3pm, see you here!
8901 Yellow Brick Rd, Suite B, Rosedale, MD 21237

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