Tag Archives: Barrel Aged Beer

The Ley Of The Land: Lines Brew Co.

Lines Brew Co. of Caerphilly, Wales are doing something a little bit different and from my experience so far, they’re doing it very well. Set up earlier in 2017, Lines brew and, almost more importantly, are blenders of varying Lines … Continue reading

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It’s All In A Sign: Innis & Gunn Blood Red Sky (6.8%)

Innis & Gunn have had a bit of a rebrand and I quite like their ampersand, though I’m not entirely sure where they are intending to sit with it. I really like the new typeface that has been chosen, it’s … Continue reading

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Mikkeller Spontansauternais (5.5%)

Aged in Sauternes barrels, a sweet white wine from the Graves area of Bordeaux, this is exactly the kind of sour beer that I like.It is deep and rich and rewarding with an aroma steeped with bright woody orchard fruits. … Continue reading

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Brussels Beer Project Leviathan (9%)

Other than being a little bit disappointed by how small this bottle is – you only get 250ml – this is an absolutely super beer. Leviathan is a Cognac aged Barley Wine that’s deep and rich, round and warm, pouring a … Continue reading

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Elland Brewery 1872 Whiskey Barrel Aged Porter (6.5%)

Elland have only gone and put their already terrific 1872 Porter into barrels to age. And what’s come out is an absolutely sublime beer. Pouring as black as pitch with a foaming cappuccino head, the smell is port and prunes. Taking … Continue reading

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