At 6.3% ABV, this interpretation of a Scotch ale has a touch of German smoked malt and is aged on toasted oak chips. It opens with aromas of figs and toffee, then finishes with spicy, herbal hop notes.
Waves of chocolate, coffee, cherry, raisin, and toffee, plus a less traditional dose of aromatic hops define this Russian imperial stout.
Bold and malty, this Scotch ale is full-bodied with a deep copper color and 8% ABV. Its sweetness comes from a massive quantity of grain complemented by some serious kettle caramelization.
Fermented with Belgian ale east, this white wheat ale has a cloudy appearance and mix of clove and fruit aromas.
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Aged in bourbon barrels that once contained maple syrup, this breakfast imperial stout has rich notes of maple, roasted coffee, and velvety chocolate.