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RATINGS: 1957   WEIGHTED AVG: 4/5   SEASONAL: Autumn   IBU: 50   EST. CALORIES: 348   ABV: 11.6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Big and delicious for your ’perty mouth. Expect lovely, warm smells of single malt scotch, oaky bourbon barrels, smoke, sweet caramel and roasted malts. A bit of earthy spice and a scintilla of dark cherries. It’s a kick-back sipper made to excite the palate.

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4.1
Capa (3445) - Kitsap, Washington, USA - JAN 28, 2013
Brown with a small creamy tan head. Molasses, vanilla, malts, milk chocolate aroma. medium body I expected to be fuller. Delicious beer. Caramel, milk chocolate, vanilla bourbon, oak. The alcohol is completely hidden. Great.

4
jebb12 (47) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - JAN 27, 2013
All the hoppy bite of the regular bastard are mellowed out by the vanilla sweetness from the oaky aging. Very sweet and malty with an alcohol/syrupy finish. Very good.

4.3
kjc51478 (441) - Valparaiso, Indiana, USA - JAN 26, 2013
8oz Draught from Taproom. Appearance is dark, caramel brown color with little to no head. Aroma is sugary sweet, bourbon, vanilla, and wood. Taste is caramel malty, scotch alcohol, vanilla, and oak. Amazingly balance with just enough booze flavors not to be overpowering. Palate is full-bodied, ultra smooth texture, fine balance, little carbonation, and a long finish. Truly one of the great American beers out there.

4.2
M82 (469) - Kansas, USA - JAN 25, 2013
UPDATED: DEC 14, 2013 One of my favorites at two years plus. Sweet tobacco, caramel and coffee, creamy oak laden spirit. This is a malt and barrel lover’s dream. F’n yummy.

3.9
olr1984 (1530) - fort wayne, Indiana, USA - JAN 25, 2013
Dark amber pour with a very thin tan head. Oak wood and Carmel aroma with hits of vanilla. Burbon taste with a bit of dark fruit and vanilla very drinkable with the strong alcohol content.

4.9
MarkSachon (1054) - Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 25, 2013
Draft at Over the Bars in Pittsburgh. My favorite so far in 2013. Heavy tastes of scotch and bourbon with a few fruits thrown in. A delightful sipping delicacy.

4.6
RedCloud (129) - Rhode Island, USA - JAN 23, 2013
UPDATED: MAR 26, 2013 Pours a dusty burnt orange, with about a finger of head, and little carbonation to be seen. The sediments floating remain frozen in place once the pour settles. The smell starts off of sweet bourbon whiskey, and very sugary malts. There are also notes of raisin, fig and even vanilla cupcake. The taste starts off with the sweet malt, which segues into a light, but fairly defined, scotch taste. I also pick up stronger hints of vanilla and butterscotch toward the end. The taste finishes with lingering spice and scotch. Palate is very smooth, and warm. Despite this having a 10% ABV., this was not as boozy as one would expect.

3.4
HomeyTheClown (15) - Detroit, Michigan, USA - JAN 22, 2013
Homey don’t play dat. insulting.
bold shit. crazy finish, makes me feel good

5
mcox90 (2138) - Wilton, New Hampshire, USA - JAN 21, 2013
12 oz bottle. What can I say. This was simply outstanding. Gorgeous deep red pour, kind of a claret color, with an almost non existent thin beige ring of a head. Wonderful bourbon/vanilla/oak wood aroma. Flavor was sweet, but not syrupy or cloying. Lots of brown sugar, cherry notes, citrus hops all blanketed with the oak it rested in. Bourbon flavor as well, but ever so perfect. Not overwhelming. Full bodied, smooth and gut warming. Wonderful!

4.1
BLuke01 (32) - Frederick, Maryland, USA - JAN 20, 2013
Poured a reddish brown with deep vanilla bourbon and caramel aroma. Tastes of big vanilla bourbon and some smoky dark roasted malts. Extremely smooth and well balanced.


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