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Brewed By: Goose Island Beer Co. (Anheuser-Busch InBev)

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8.43614

Number of Ratings: 321

Style: American Barleywine

Brewed In: 1800 West Fulton St. Chicago, IL 60612, USA

ABV: 12.1%

IBU: 60


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Bourbon County Brand - Barleywine (2014)

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weberlee3@gmail.com profile pictureweberlee3@gmail.com - February 13, 2018
Having a draft at McLaddens in Simsbury, CT. Even though Im biased towards Bourbon Barrel-aged ales this is an unbelievable, fantastic, amazing beer. Probably my favorite beer I have tasted to date. Boozy, chocolate, vanilla, caramel, dark fruit, smooth and oh so thick. Delicious does not describe it. This is Beer nirvana.
ajvin060 profile pictureajvin060 - December 24, 2017
It?s like having port wine. Can definitely taste the oak of the barrels.
machsauer@yahoo.com profile picturemachsauer@yahoo.com - December 3, 2016
Best barleywine I've had!! Not too hoppy, not too sweet, just perfect!!
johnny vegas profile picturejohnny vegas - July 30, 2016
Dark : thick smell sweet Great tasting sweet without bitter taste sugar notes 2014 really good.
JBPBrews profile pictureJBPBrews - March 29, 2016
This is the smoothest barely wine I've ever tasted. Notes of vanilla and cherry. So so good. Good luck finding it though!
mark@gps3.net profile picturemark@gps3.net - March 26, 2016
Better than Bourbon County Stout!
camkiss@hotmail.com profile picturecamkiss@hotmail.com - March 26, 2016
3/26/16
jaa770 profile picturejaa770 - November 29, 2015
Complex layers of fruit, coffee, and bourbon. Pure awesomeness!
Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - November 27, 2015
Great potent dessert brew; slightly sweet; dark raisins; snifter sipping brew
BeerShark profile pictureBeerShark - August 11, 2015
S - Slightly boozy with warm barley scent coming through clear. Smell the caramel from the bourbon barrel where this beer aged T - despite the scent, no booziness on the pallet. Delicious smooth taste with malts/barley coating the tongue at finish. Heavier beer but not too heavy. Great for the fall. Tastes of vanilla, caramel, and after taste of chocolate and coffee come through clear. Hot chocolate/coffee finish. N - 1 cm head dissipates quickly, dark brown finish, warms the soul.
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