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93 • Moylan's Brewing Co. Old Blarney Barleywine.
Dark copper mahogany color. Aromas of spice cake, nut brittle, peppery jelly, and delicate herbs with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a bold habanero hot sauce (without the heat), grilled citrus, pine, and kale like finish. Very distinctive and intensely concentrated hop flavors. Will be great with spicy foods. (tasted on Jan-08-2014)
92 • Stevens Point Brewery Whole Hog Barley Wine Style Ale.
Slightly hazy copper mahogany color with a taupe lace. Rich aromas of caramelized nuts and stone fruits, chocolate fudge, and pepper bread with a chewy, fruity-yet-dry full body and a long, plush brown sugar, dried fruits, and pepper spice finish. Robust, elegant, and delicious. (tasted on Jan-14-2014)
89 • Peticolas Brewing Company The Duke Barley Wine.
Rich amber color. Aromas of toasted baklava, chives, caramelized fruits and peppers with a tangy, fruity, medium-full body and a zesty spiced lemon cake, nut, exotic peppercorn, and earth accented finish. Great fruity-driven vibrancy and drinkability in a "lighter" style of barleywine. (tasted on Jan-14-2014)
81 • Pacific Western Brewing Company Mt. Everest Barley Wine.
Hazy orange amber color with a fleeting rim of frog's eye bubbles. Unusual aromas of oily cashew butter, gingerbread, tropical soda, tomato soup, and lime curd with a prickly, fruity medium body and hoppy, flat ginger ale and cola, nougat, arugula, citrus rind, and toasted pepper bread finish. Very atypical and somewhat jumbled. (tasted on Jan-08-2014)
80 • Dad & Dude?s Breweria One Big Shot in the Dark Ale.
Russet brown color with big bubbles. Clumsy aromas of candle wax, brewer's yeast, candy sugar, and honeyed dried fruits with a glycerous, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a flat sassafras, pine cone, and circus peanut finish. A bit disjointed. (tasted on Jan-08-2014)


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