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94 • Pike Brewing Co. Old Bawdy Barley Wine, 2007 Bottling.
Rich copper color. Rich aromas of melted chocolate toffee, dried fruit chutney, and blackstrap molasses follow thorugh on a smooth, satiny entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-full body with roasted nut, herb salt, and tangy grilled citrus notes. Finishes with a tart, chewy malt and pine citrusy hop fade. Well done. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
92 • Orkney Brewery Skullsplitter Barleywine.
Rich aromas of apricot buttercream, brown sugar, and pralines follow through on a supple,satiny entry to a fruity medium-full body with great depth and balance. Finishes with a long, fruity, malt driven fade with nuances of custard, roasted nuts, dried citrus, and earth. A fantastically complex and highly drinkable barleywine. (tasted on Mar-10-2010)
91 • The Brooklyn Brewery 2009 Monster Ale Barleywine.
Deep amber color. Rich aromas toasted bread and mild toffee follow through on a round, chewy entry to a dryish medium-full body with a deft touch of citrusy hops on the long generous finish. Seamless and beautifully integrated flavors make this a total pleasure to drink. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
89 • Uinta Brewing Co. XVI Anniversary Barley Wine.
Deep copper brown color with a fine blanket of mousse. Bright citrusy and piney hop and praline aromas follow through on a round, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with bitter baker's chocolate and lemon marmalade on spicy dark rye toast notes. Finishes with a tart, tangy, and drying citrusy hops driven finish. A nice choice for hopheads. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)
86 • Pike Brewing Co. Old Bawdy Barley Wine, 2008 Bottling.
Deep slightly hazy copper color. Mild aromas of dark bread crust, dried fruits, and brown sugar follow thorugh on a round entry to dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with cocoa and lemon pepper notes. Finishes with an astringent piney hop fade. Could use a little more malt balance. (tasted on Jan-06-2010)


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