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Below are 1 through 10 of the 10 found. |Find-a-Beer|

96 • Oskar Blues Brewery Old Double Bagger Barleywine.
Hazy bronze color. Intense and dense aromas and citrusy and piney hops on a bed of glazed fruitcake with a chewy, syrupy fruity-yet-dry full body and a lush, astringent, caramelized nut, exotic peppercorn, candied citrus peel an grassy hop accented finish. A intense, almost delirious, hophead happy hunting ground in a glass. (tasted on Jan-16-2012)
93 • Birrificio Brúton Dieci (10).
Cloudy chestnut brown color. Aromas of chocolate covered fruit cake and sautéed root vegetables with a rich, satiny fruity medium-full body and a graceful, fruit sauce, chocolate pudding, cola, nut, and kiss of earthy hops finish. An elegant, drinkable barleywine that will work well with food. (tasted on Oct-16-2012)
91 • Kassik's Brewery Buffalo Head Barley Wine.
Beautiful midnight copper color. Dense aromas of molasses, chocolate nuts, soy, figs, and peppery spice with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a chewy, grilled citrus, peppercorn, and coffee accented finish. A velvet brick. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)
91 • Hopworks Urban Brewery Noggin Floggin Organic Barleywine.  Certified Organic 
Bright orange marmalade on herb bread aromas with a crisp, chewy fruity medium-full body and a long, warming mint, peppery jelly and piney hop accented finish. (tasted on Mar-13-2012)
91 • The Boston Beer Co. Samuel Adams Longshot Mile High Barleywine.
Aromas of toasted peach danish and citrus marmalade with a lively, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a chewy tropical fruit tart, beet, and grassy citrus hop finish. Nice intensity and balance. (tasted on Mar-13-2012)
89 • Lakefront Brewery Bridge Burner Special Reserve Ale.
Deep brown color. Aromas of pickled okra, leek, chocolate and turnip with a crisp, dryish medium body and a sweet toffee and spicy hop finish. (tasted on Mar-13-2012)
88 • Blue Point Brewing Company Old Howling Bastard Barley Wine.
Bright medium amber color. Bold aromas of apple-pepper jelly, light molasses, and peach custard pastry follow through with a chewy, fruity-yet-dry full body and a warming pepper, roasted praline, and grassy, resinous hop finish. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)
87 • The Brooklyn Brewery 2011 Monster Ale Barleywine.
Murky copper brown color. Bold aromas of singed rum raisin nut cake and chocolate covered apricots and citrus peels with a silky, sweet medium-to-full body and a plum sauce, mint, and vanilla nougat accented finish. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)
87 • Top of the Hill Restaurant & Brewery Singleton Barleywine Style Ale.
Deep amber color. Roast grain and gilled citrus and peach aromas with a supple, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a chewy, roasted root vegetable and pepper hop finish. A nice lighter-styled barleywine choice for the table; try with pork. (tasted on Mar-13-2012)
84 • DuClaw Brewing Co. Devil's Milk Barleywine.
Amber copper color. Peanut brittle, resinous hop, seed kernel, dried fruit aromas with a chewy, fruity medium-full body and a bitter bark and caramelized apple core finish. (tasted on Jan-17-2012)


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