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Iron Furnace 2021
Style: Barley Wine style ale brewed with brown sugar and maple syrup and aged in bourbon barrrels
Description: Throughout the later half of the 1800’s, Iron Furnaces around the Southeast Ohio area and into parts of Kentucky and West Virginia burned red hot smelting ore into iron. The Hops Furnace outside of Athens Country operated from 1854-1874, producing 15 tons of iron a day. A small town of 300 kept the furnace fed and alive. The structure still stands today and was inspiration for the biggest, richest, and burliest barley wine we have ever produced. Iron Furnace was brewed with a ridiculous amount of local maple syrup, brown sugar, and loads of malt. Aged in some of our favorite bourbon barrels.
Brewer’s Tasting Notes:
- Appearance: Dark brown with dark tan foam
- Aroma: Rich maple, soft caramel, graham cracker
- Palate: Pecan pie, toasty oak, vanillin, slight cinnamon bark
Bottle Size: 375 mL / 12.7 oz.
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|Dimensions||3 × 3 × 10 in|