Short’s Releasing Peated Bourbon Barrel Aged Hammer Jack & Sticky Boots

Short’s Releasing Peated Bourbon Barrel Aged Hammer Jack & Sticky BootsFrom Short’s:

We’ve got another Private Stache behemoth to add to your collection. Peated Bourbon Barrel Aged Hammer Jack (11.3% ABV – 30 IBU) is a Scotch Ale aged in Two James Spirits J. Riddle peated bourbon barrels. Dark brown in color with an off white head, this beer has aromas of vanilla, caramel, toffee, marshmallow, and smoke. Oak and prominent vanilla flavors from the barrels shine though from the J. Riddle barrels. Accompanied by a silky smooth mouthfeel, the beer produces a slight warming sensation. As the beer warms, traces of smoked malt begin to appear. Pick up a bottle of this pub only release today in Bellaire and savor it while they last!Short’s Releasing Peated Bourbon Barrel Aged Hammer Jack & Sticky Boots

Put on your favorite pair of moon boots, turn off gravity and open your mind to our latest triple dry hopped double IPA Sticky Boots! Sticky Boots (8.0 ABV, 75 IBU) is a triple dry-hopped Double IPA. Copper in color with a substantial white head carrying dank aromas of floral and citrus hops. Leading with strong tropical flavors and a juicy mouthfeel, this beer transitions into highlighting the floral hops. Well balanced and easy to drink, Sticky Boots finishes with huge juicy tropical flavors.

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