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Style: Barleywine style ale brewed with brown sugar and maple syrup aged in bourbon barrels
Description: In the late 1800’s, iron furnaces around the Southeast Ohio area burned red hot, smelting ore into iron. The Hope Furnace outside of Athens County operated from 1854-1874, producing 15 tons of iron a day. The structure still stands today and was the inspiration for the biggest, richest, and burliest barleywine style ale we have ever produced. It was brewed with a ludicrous amount of local maple syrup and aged for 18 months in some of our favorite bourbon barrels.
Brewer’s Tasting Notes:
- Aroma: Intense caramel, roasted chestnuts,
- Palate: Maple taffy, lightly salted caramel, wheated bourbon
Bottle Size: 375 mL / 12.7 oz.
|Dimensions||3 × 3 × 10 in|