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Brewed By: Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

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6.92485

Number of Ratings: 3034

Style: American Barleywine

Brewed In: 1075 E 20th St, Chico, CA 95928, USA

ABV: 9.60%

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Tasting Notes

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shortness profile pictureshortness - May 16, 2012
Light..med on the bitter side
janglebrau profile picturejanglebrau - May 16, 2012
Hoppy no surprise. Great aged
dwsunda profile picturedwsunda - May 5, 2012
Let it mature. Put it in the closet till at least next year. You will not be sorry
littlehoppy profile picturelittlehoppy - April 29, 2012
The older the better. Had a 2009 vs. 2012. 2009 calmed the bitterness. Top 5 beers.
ladyhoof95@aol.com profile pictureladyhoof95@aol.com - April 29, 2012
This was horrible !
weinernation101@hotmail.com profile pictureweinernation101@hotmail.com - April 27, 2012
Good beer, but strong as hell! I get a headache every time I drink one. Very dark beer.
cgiron profile picturecgiron - April 25, 2012
Ruby copper colored pour into tulip glass. Tan head leaves moderate lace. Molasses, burnt sugar and ethanol warmth emerge in a complex bouquet. Flavors include caramel, ethanol and hoppy bitter finish that lingers. Full bodied with mild carbonation. Hop heavy barleywine that is unusual for the style. High ABV makes itself known as it warms.
The Dude profile pictureThe Dude - April 22, 2012
Bottle: Pleasing hoppy aroma. Taste has lots of hop bitterness at first but finishes clean. Very hoppy... probably good for the hopheads, but not my bag.
aigolos profile pictureaigolos - April 20, 2012
Very hoppy and rich
rquinn53 profile picturerquinn53 - April 3, 2012
A really unusual barley wine, much hoppier than expected and hardly any alcohol aromas or tastes. That is to say, way more sessionable, or it would be, if not for the surprising ABV. This tastes way too refreshing for 9%...which definitely isn't a bad thing.
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