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Magic Rock Bourbon Barrel Bearded Lady


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BenH 2014:6
Just noticed the new release of this has been given a new entry. Is it different from the last relesse?
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chriso 7344:356
It’s not been verified so who knows.
7/14/2013 3:23:49 PM

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Beersiveknown 2473:64
shouldn’t be a new entry, same beer whisky cask has changed but not openly advertised, not vintage dated though obviously in new bigger bottle
7/15/2013 2:56:27 AM

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FrumptyDumpty
I do think the new bottles are vintage dated. The blog post on their website mentions as such.
7/15/2013 2:59:21 AM

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tabamatu 1
I have one here and it says "Annual Release 2013" on the back.
7/18/2013 5:17:53 AM

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Beersiveknown 2473:64
does it specify the bourbon barrel used? I see next year is a mix of two
7/18/2013 5:22:20 AM

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Leighton 9838:559
Originally posted by Beersiveknown
does it specify the bourbon barrel used? I see next year is a mix of two


Did you look at Magic Rock’s website? They aren’t exactly hiding this information: http://www.magicrockbrewing.com/blog/bourbon-barrel-bearded-lady-2013/
7/18/2013 5:30:05 AM

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Beersiveknown 2473:64
i know that but its all about ability to identify at Point of sale, and change of recipe. only change seems to be different barrel used and as its not specified on bottle it may not be sufficient to separate out the listings
7/18/2013 8:01:51 AM

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FrumptyDumpty
Originally posted by Beersiveknown
i know that but its all about ability to identify at Point of sale, and change of recipe. only change seems to be different barrel used and as its not specified on bottle it may not be sufficient to separate out the listings


No reason to separate barrel listings unless marketed as such. For example 50/50 eclipse.
7/18/2013 8:35:31 AM

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tabamatu 1
It doesn’t say anything about the barrel.
7/18/2013 8:52:58 AM

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chriso 7344:356
Originally posted by Beersiveknown
only change seems to be different barrel used

What barrel was it for the 2012? I don’t see that anywhere. Different barrel may be different listing. Depends. Identification shouldn’t be too much of as problem. Most people can tell the difference between a 660ml bottle and 330ml bottle.
7/18/2013 8:54:35 AM

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