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Brewed By: Flying Dog Brewery

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Number of Ratings: 231

Style: American Barleywine

Brewed In: 4607 Wedgewood Blvd, Frederick, MD 21703, USA

ABV: 10.2%

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Tasting Notes

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staubach012 profile picturestaubach012 - March 28, 2014
One if the better barley wines
clint profile pictureclint - January 22, 2014
Stateline. Tap take over 2013 profile - October 4, 2013
One gnarly beer. Big bite to start, sweet finish. Great barley wine style.
moreilly19 profile picturemoreilly19 - June 11, 2013
Smooth and sweet. Perfect mix of beer and wine. Little bit of a boozy taste. Very smooth.
DaytonGuy profile pictureDaytonGuy - January 6, 2013
My first barley wine style so take this for what it's worth.... This is a really good ale. Very sweet and actually has a wine like taste. There is a nice alcohol flavor on the finish that sorta lingers. A little syrupy though.
Hamm profile pictureHamm - June 2, 2012
Sherry/boozy aroma. Little head on the beer. Dark brown color. Thick caramel, sherry, and slightly boozy taste. Strong malty flavor. Great example of an English barleywine.
witchal profile picturewitchal - March 8, 2012
10.2 ABV not 10.5 Light coca-cola nose. Red/brown in color. Dark malty flavor with balanced hops. A decent brew but near the bottom of my barleywine list
StoutLarry profile pictureStoutLarry - February 25, 2012
First sip was nice, but it's pretty tasteless. If it wasn't for the scotchy alcohol flavor, I'd think I was drinking water.
jdubb profile picturejdubb - December 2, 2011
Truly "Good beer, no shit." Delicious flavor and almost creamy texture as the barley and hops mix beautifully to the delight of your taste buds from the moment the ale touches your lips til it's smoothly gone done your throat. And at 10.5%, it's a masterpiece. A shame this flying dog is overlooked, or perhaps just misunderstood.
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