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RATINGS: 609   WEIGHTED AVG: 4/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 504   ABV: 16.8%
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Poterie is French for ďpotteryĒ, the traditional eight-year anniversary gift. Our eighth anniversary ale, Poterie, follows in the footsteps of our anniversary releases before it, which are loosely based on an English-style old ale, fermented with our house yeast strain and then blended using the solera method. This means that a portion of each anniversary ale is saved in oak barrels and blended in with the next yearís production, providing more complexity and depth of character as the years go by. The result is layered in robust and complex flavors of toffee, caramel, dark fruit, vanilla and oak. Poterie will age gracefully for decades when cellared properly.

Editorís Note: This is the entry for The Brueryís Bourbon Barrel Aged Anniversary beer.

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4.1
slowrunner77 (11917) - Reno, Nevada, USA - AUG 19, 2014
UPDATED: FEB 16, 2017 So far each year of the AV ale has improved, IMHO, though this yearís is neglegible. The added complexity is a little offset by a roughly 10% jump in ABV, which seems like overkill. Though deifinitely a big, sweet, sipper, it is not overly hot (but caught up with me quick like). Fruit and malt, bourbon and vanilla, oak...another year, another super nice beer Cuivre - still think itís lame these are aliased as the abv keeps climbing and though similar, they do continue to change. Gonna doc a tenth to get the average in line. 3.9-4.3.

4.2
WillRunForBeer (2623) - Massachusetts, USA - AUG 10, 2014
Taster at Strong Beer Fest. Pours murky brown with a beige head. Aroma is amazing, molasses, bourbon... Flavor adds raisin, date. Bourbon and oak come through in the finish. Very nice!

4.1
Maltser85 (358) - Fargo, North Dakota, USA - AUG 8, 2014
Dark murky brown, sweet, oak, vanilla, malty nose. Translates to the taste. It is so smooth, even at nearly 17%...donít even notice it. Awesome

4.1
Ferris (15013) - Burnaby, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 8, 2014
Bottle - Lots of dark sugars, raisins and dark fruit. Cloudy copper brown with almost no head. Tons of caramel, brown sugar, pecan and even more dar sugar. Very mellow and tasty, deserving of the high rating.

4.8
pbol01 (11) - Aalborg, DENMARK - AUG 8, 2014
This beer is insanely good! Barrel taste licks the molasses heavy beer tenderly! Better than many beers in top 50. Epic!

4.3
NeoHippie2 (1074) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - AUG 7, 2014
Dark brown pour. Aromas of bourbon, molasses, dark fruits, and oak. Wow this smells awesome! Flavor is big bourbon and molasses with hints of fig and plum. Very sweet but not overwhelming. Slightly warming finish but doesnít taste anywhere near 16.9%. Very tasty.

4.8
dwyerpg (6062) - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - AUG 2, 2014
This beer is outstanding. Has the aroma and molasses flavor really of a barley wine but it doesnít seem too alcoholic. Really good beer.

3.8
shigadeyo (3730) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - AUG 2, 2014
8/02/2014: Bruery Sucre (Bourbon)... Well, I have the privilege of tasting 3 different versions of this side by side, so Iím going to record my notes for all and copy and paste them as appropriate... All are fairly sweet and malty. The regular (bourbon) one is a bit syrupy and VERY malty and sweet. The bourbon cuts through, but itís a bit like sweet and on sweet and not much else. The Tequila one is definitely distinct. Agave in the nose hits first, followed by the same in the flavor, but thatís not a bad thing. It actually helps take some of the sweetness out, but introduces that distinct dry agave/tequila flavor that I donít necessarily dig that much. So, that leaves the New American Oak... It too is sweet, but there is a unique smokiness about that it that I particularly like which is odd considering that I donít think this one was aged on charred wood. Regardless, the sweetness is cut a bit and thatís good in my book. Itís also a bit less thick and heavy. That seems to work with this beer. Overall, I think I like them in this order: New American Oak, Tequila, Bourbon (too sweet).

4.1
AndyReynolds (1085) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - AUG 2, 2014
Natifest 2014. A T money special if I am not mistaken. Pretty damn good, though the beer of the night is the Cigar City Double Barrel Hunahpuís .

3.8
Chudwick (3181) - Taylor Mill, Kentucky, USA - AUG 2, 2014
750ml bottle thanks to tmoney99 at NF14 - woody, vanilla and toast. Nutty aftertaste.


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