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Brewed By: Georgetown Brewing Company

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Number of Ratings: 38

Style: American Brown Ale

Brewed In: 5200 Denver Ave S., Seattle, WA 98108, USA

ABV: 10.4%

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Tasting Notes

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FabAru profile pictureFabAru - March 18, 2018
A really excellent bourbon barrel aged ale. Nice medium+ body. The amount of bourbon in the bouquet and taste is typical of well-made barrel-aged beers?that is, it?s a pretty strong characteristic of the flavor. This is labeled as a brown ale, but had it been labelled just an ale, or even as a quad, I would have thought it more appropriate. This is actually good cold, but let it warm up like a quad for the full flavor to come out. Sweet & boozy?a great combination! profile - October 16, 2016
A. More like an old ale than a brown, but very smooth with a good spicy rye whiskey presence. profile - August 20, 2016
Dark no urban beer profile - July 30, 2016
Smoky taste like the "beef jerky beers" you love!
mbaver profile picturembaver - May 29, 2016
Strong whiskey flavor but pretty smooth profile - April 20, 2016
Aged in a rye whiskey barrel. It was a standout at the 2016 Appleton Beer Fest that Flanigans sponsors. Buy. profile - March 27, 2016
I agree with Tony, I expected a richer flavor.
zomerhouse profile picturezomerhouse - March 26, 2016
Nice sweet bourbon-y nose. Dark brown color. Good strong malty taste with strong whiskey tones. Thick mouthfeel with boozy finish. Will buy again if I find it profile - March 10, 2016
Not as flavorful as I had hoped it would be. Worth trying once, but I will not buy again. 3/9/16 bomber 3.5 stars profile - March 6, 2016
Great whiskey barrel flavor and a punch. Definitely a destination beer.
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