On firkin at the Alehouse on 6/8/12. Clear copper pour with a thin beige head. Nose consists of oak and candyish bourbony sweetness along with peach and caramel. Flavor starts peachy, then moves to malt, caramel and oak with a sweet, yet-semi dry finish if that makes any sense.
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