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Below are 1 through 13 of the 13 found. |Find-a-Beer|

94 • Upland Brewing Winter Warmer Barleywine.
Deep copper color. Rich buttery chocolate caramel fudge and coconut macaroon aromas with a supple, crisp, fruity-yet-dry medium-full body and a golden raisin, pineapple cake, pine, and sautéed leafy and root vegetable-like hop finish. A delicious arc of flavor that will be great at the winter table. (tasted on Jan-12-2011)
94 • Uinta Brewing Co. Cockeyed Cooper Bourbon Barrel Barley Wine Ale.
Reddish mahogany color. Aromas of blackstrap molasses, roasted soy, and Nutella on dark bread toast with a chewy, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a warming roasted carrot, praline, creamy cocoa, and green leafy vegetable accented finish. Tasty. (tasted on Jan-05-2011)
94 • Goose Island Beer Co. Broad Shoulders Barleywine.
Deep copper color. Rich toffee and honeyed date toast aromas with a supple, chewy dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and an orange marmalade, nut, and grapefruit finish. Delicious and balanced. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
93 • The Brooklyn Brewery 2010 Monster Ale Barleywine.
Deep amber color. Aromas of pineapple and peach creme brulees and orange marmalade with a chewy, satiny fruity-yet-dry medium-full body and a delightfully crisp and pointed grassy, leafy green vegetable hop flourish. A delicious and exquisitely balanced barleywine that will shine at the table. (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
93 • Full Sail Brewing Co. 2010 Reserve Old Boardhead Barleywine Ale.
Bright copper color. Rich milk chocolate covered graham cracker, orange marmalade, and mild piney hop aromas with supple, satiny dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a long, smooth clover honey, roasted root vegetable and grassy leafy hop flourish. Nicely poised and very drinkable. (tasted on Jan-12-2011)
93 • Full Sail Brewing Co. 2011 Reserve Old Boardhead Barleywine Ale.
Brilliant copper penny color. Lovely aromas of orange and peach marmalade on nut toast with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and pitch perfect balance of sweet grapefruit, nuts, wheat grass and pepper tones on the long, mouthwatering finish. (tasted on Jun-15-2011)
92 • Uinta Brewing Co. XVII Anniversary Barley Wine.
Deep reddish copper color with a fine taupe head. Rich aromas of baked citrus, caramelized nuts, fig toast, and tomato chutney with a round, zesty fruity-yet-dry medium-full body and grilled root vegetable and citrus finish with frisee-like hops. Very tasty. (tasted on Feb-02-2011)
91 • Stone Brewing Co. 2010 Old Guardian Barley Wine.
Bright copper color. Weighty hop aromas of warm succotash, pickled okra, and grilled grapefruits with a rich, chewy, fruity-yet-dry full body and a long, peppery roasted root vegetable, cheese fondue, peach marmalade, and radicchio accented finish with firm pine grilled kumquat-like hops. A dizzying, in your face US style barleywine. Be careful! (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
91 • Shmaltz Brewing Company He'Brew Jewbelation Fourteen Anniversary Ale.
Deep brown color. Complex and intricate aromas of dried fruits, toffee, brown sugar on gingerbread, and pickling spice with a thick, chewy fruity full body and an expansive wave of chocolate, black olive,nuts, vegetable casserole, citrus and onion marmalades, grassy and earthy hops. An interesting amalgamation of flavors that entice, challenge, and satisfy. (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
90 • Marin Brewing Co. Old Dipsea Barleywine.
Bright, pure aromas of dried peaches and pears with a round, velvety dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a long, caramelized nut, buttered dark raisin toast and delicate spice finish. Very pure, flavorful,and delicious. (tasted on Jan-05-2011)
88 • McAuslan Brewing Co. 2009 St. Ambroise Vintage Ale.
Interesting aromas of buttery apricot danish and orange blossom honey creme brulee with a round, velvety fruity medium-to-full body and a creamy, lightly spice, gingerbread and bubblegum accented finish with delicate grassy hops. A nice, table friendly and almost feminine take of the style (tasted on Jan-13-2011)
87 • Nethergate Brewery Dirty Dick's Audit Ale.
Hazy golden amber color. Yeast pasty dough, beehive, dried peach and sauerkraut aromas with a syrupy, slightly effervescent fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a honey wafer, roasted carrot, and peppery arugula accented finish. Interesting and best with food. (tasted on Jan-12-2011)
84 • Nebraska Brewing Company Fathead Barley Wine Ale.
Aroma of melted toffee, spicy baked apples, and vanilla custard with a round, syrupy, fruity medium-to-full body and a soft, candied fruit cake and warming apple brandy like finish. (tasted on Jan-05-2011)


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