Many of you guys have read the post about the Dogfish/Stone event on Saturday, Sept. 19th, but I just got the list of some incredible brews BBC will be presenting. This is the line up Phil Dearner just gave me, and it looks amazing!
2005 Double Barrel Stout: This is the last of the first batch of Bourbon Barrel Stout we brewed.
Brewed on 12-22-05 the liquid was transferred into its first bourbon barrel and laid to rest for years.
We brew crew then racked that liquid into a second freshly dumped barrel and aged it for two years.
This brew has taken on a life of its own and only can be explained by BBC’s indifference for others pallets. *****This is the very last of this liquid, will never been seen again!
4th ed. 2008 Big Fellow: Exclusively aged for the Louisville chapter of the AOH to celebrate halfway to St. Patrick’s day. Aged for one year in freshly dumped Kentucky Bourbon Barrels. This liquid is brimming with barrel character. Not blended, pulled straight from the barrel. ***Exclusive last tasting until next year.
Bourbon Barrel Stout: This thick, American stout is delicately aged 60 to 90 days in freshly dumped small batch bourbon barrels. The malt sweetness is perfectly balanced by the roast barley and a nice hint of bourbon flavor and aroma. ***Available year round.
2006 Bearded Pat’s Barley Wine: This cellared beauty has aged as gracefully as Sophia Loren. American Style barleywine: so named because of its high, wine-like alcohol content and the use of American hops. Deep amber in color and full bodied, with a blend of fruitiness, and maltiness. As with most Barleywines Bearded Pat’s has aged well allowing the fruity esters, high IBUs, and sweetness to harmonize into a very mature beverage. *****This is the very last of this liquid, will never been seen again!
2008 Brandy Knickers: This is a very limited and special release of The 2008 Queen’s Knickers, BBC’s seasonal Olde English Strong Ale, aged in brandy barrels for 12 months. Like most Queens her power grew with time. Be mindful and courteous or she might call for your head!
American Pale Ale: 2008 voters choice for Louisville’s favorite beer. Our classic American Pale Ale is copper colored ale with fresh, citrus like aromas and a full-bodied and hoppy character balanced with a generous amount of malted barley.
Flanagan's Ale House
934 Baxter Ave