COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION Candy-like caramalt complexity with subtle fruit and wine on top of a solid oak tannin foundation. We brewed a malt bomb of a red after Woodcut No. 3 and Pedio Barleywine. Then we aged it in red wine barrels to pull out the fruit and mellow the rough edges- then we gave it a brief dry-hop with whole leaf Simcoe and Centennial.
Tap @ Odell. Cloudy, dark orangish brown appearance with a light brown head. Super rich, syrupy caramel, oaky, thick, somewhat boozy aroma. Very during, a touch smoky, burnt, woody, thick caramel flavor with some booze in the finish. Kind of like what Iíd expect from an Imperial Scotch Ale. I didnít like this but maybe others would.
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