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Old Stock Cellar Reserve (Aged In Brandy Barrels) - North Coast Brewing Co.

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Old Stock Cellar Reserve (Aged In Brandy Barrels)Old Stock Cellar Reserve (Aged In Brandy Barrels)

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Reviews: 111
Hads: 676
rAvg: 4.53
pDev: 7.06%
Wants: 463
Gots: 187 | FT: 25
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California, United States

Style | ABV
Old Ale |  15.20% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: BeerBeing on 06-03-2007

Vintages: 2005, 2011
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Reviews: 111 | Hads: 676
Photo of joepais
4.64/5  rDev +2.4%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Solomon420 for this longtime want. I do belive this was a 2005 bottle. Bottle poured into a challis produced a slight off white head that faded fast to nothing. The body of the brew was a dark caramel brown in color with light tan colored highlights.

The aroma made this brew it was incredible brandy and woody fragrances filled the air never mind my head. I noticed the smell of caramel and toffee and molasses as the beer warmed this brew is a sipper as you could guess

The flavor of the brandy barrels come through first then as the brew warms you start to get some awesome old ale flavors of caramel, and other flavors involved with the sweet malts. It felt nice and thick in my mouth with some awesome syrup stickiness from all the sugars in the brew. Not a trace of alcohol flavors in this brew at all

Great Old ale I do really appreciate the style more and more. I had an awesome time celebrating the 4th while sipping away at this great American brew. I would defiantly seek out another I think it was well worth the price (1,043 characters)

Photo of akorsak
4.27/5  rDev -5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Deuane for bringing this one home from a CA trip in 2007. Surprisingly, I've never had the original Old Stock ale.

A: The ale has a dark red hue that could pass for a glass of cabernet. Without any outside influences, the ale looks black. An off-white head sits in a thin band at the top of the beer.

S: A heavy grape presence indicates the brandy barrel, rich and boozy it doesn't pull any punches. Toffee and molasses are strong, big enough to get through brandy.

T: A malty delight wrapped in the delicious strength of a brandy barrel. Let's start with the brandy, bold and warming. A red grape profile, fortified to astronomical proportions, really jumps out of the glass. A distinct vanilla flavor also springs from the barrel. The ale behind the barrel is thick and malty. Toffee is prevalent but the rest of the body is nicely hidden behind the barrel.

M: The brandy is hot, burning the tongue with each sip. Behind the burn, the brandy is pleasant and multi-dimensional. The late rush of vanilla is a nice aspect.

D: The ale is hot but never reveals its ~15% price tag. The brandy really works amongst the malty depths of the Old Stock. (1,159 characters)

Photo of scottoale
4.62/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

2005 Vintage 375ml.cork finished brown bottle courtesy of a great beerman, Skye. Thanks man! Not much of a pop from the cork, yet it pours a fairly lively dark copper-brown with a bubbling 1/4" of beige foam. The head recedes leaving no lace behind.

The smell is of sweet caramel, toffee, molasses, vanilla and you guessed it, alcohol. Alcohol like a very big brandy sort of alcohol, but in a most pleasing manner. This is truly the smell of the type of beer that crave most...mouth watering.

The flavor exemplifies the smell in a big way, like amplification in fact. Big rich sweet malty intro that fills the palate with all of the above mentioned. Big, rich, malty and chewy thick flavor. And well balanced in it's own way with oak tannins and some charcoal character. Damn fine warming finish as well.

Big chewy body with complimentary carbonation and a boatload of warming alcohol give this brew a to die for drinkability in my book. This brew is the closest thing to Angel's Share and that's a great thing. Seek, savor and enjoy this big ass brew if given the opportunity...serious stuff! (1,097 characters)

Photo of FtownThrowDown
4.79/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a murky, cloudy brown in color. There is just a hint of froth that comes from a pretty aggressive pour. The head is gone quicker than it had formed.
The smell is absolutely top notch. Dare I say heavenly. Brandy, caramel, toffee, vanilla, all there. And if the smell wasn't enough, the flavor was even better. A truly decadent sipper. The vanilla flavors are just absolutely wonderful. When you start with a base beer that is as incredible and strong as Old Stock only good things can happen from imparting some barrel influence. Incredibly full and creamy in the mouthfeel, this is a definite sipper. At the same time, you really don't get taken back by the high ABV. I was afraid that there would be a lot of heat, or a very noticeable alcohol flavor to this. But yet again, it doesn't disappoint.
Why oh why has this not been brewed and barrel aged again?! I'd much rather have the Old Stock in either the brandy or bourbon barrel aged as an option over the BA Rasputin. It's time to get those barrels going at North Coast and make this a annual release.
I realize this is getting harder to come by if not impossible to get. If you have one, consider yourself lucky, find some friends and share the bottle. (1,217 characters)

Photo of tjthresh
4.48/5  rDev -1.1%
look: 3 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

What a nose!!! Black grapes, blueberry, light oak, warm alcohol, and sweet toffee and chocolate. Fantastic. Not all that impressive looking though. The pour is brown with some red hues, and a quickly fading soapy tan head. Wonderful flavors. I've always thought brandy barrels are the way to do with barley wine, and this is the best example. Great grape, wood, toffee, chocolate flavor with a bit of warm alcohol to make sure you know what you are drinking. Medium body. Mouth filling. Average carbonation. Just enough to be a complement. Average finish. I'd like it to hang around for a bit longer. Really though. I really can't think of what else I'd want in such a beer. Its a damn shame that its so difficult to come by. (725 characters)

Photo of sulldaddy
4.82/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Split this 2005 bottle at cellar temp with Stopper. Poured into an SA "pint" glass. the beer pours a clear chestnut hue with minimal beige head foaming up and fading to an edge layer.
Aroma is toffee, vanilla, baileys cream, caramel, brown sugar and some booze, not really heat or fusol, more like a rich sherry nose.
First sip reveals a silky smooth texture with minimal almost non-existent carbonation and fairly chewy texture.
Flavor is vanilla, caramel, brown sugar and some toffee, no hops to be found. Only a little bit of warmth making this a dangerously easy 14.7% drinking beer. I really enjoyed this and wish I had another, but wouldnt drink more than one in a setting and was glad to split this one with a friend. (724 characters)

Photo of mikesgroove
4.95/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

I was simply floored to come home today to find a bottle of this in the mail. I have been dreaming of trying this one for as long as I can remember. Old ales have become a favorite of mine, and from what I hear it really does not get better then this. Served at cellar temp and poured into an oversized wine glass, this one was consumed on 01/23/2009.

In a word perfect. This beer was soo sublime in every way it is hard to put into words. The pour was wonderul. From the rich caramel color that came out of the bottle to the nice puff of off white that graced the top, it was just spot on for the style. The aroma was loaded with brandy and vanilla notes. Hints of oak and rich toffee notes are just all over this one. Smooth as could be with hardly a hint of alcohol even as it approaches 12 percent, is an achievment in of itself. The vanilla and toffee notes in here were sublime. Perfect balance here of flavors as the I sat and enjoyed this one till almost 2 am at this point and I still have a half glass to go. This was exactly what I wanted, just what it should be, and well, well worth the wait. (1,106 characters)

Photo of LilBeerDoctor
2.75/5  rDev -39.3%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 2

Sampled at the Extreme Beer Fest on 2/15/08: Aroma/taste of heavy alcohol, raisins, sweetness. I thought there was too much brandy here. A disappointment (for a supposed top 50 beer).
Aroma: 6/10
Appearance: 3/5
Flavor: 6/10
Palate: 3/5
Overall: 13/20
3.1/5 (257 characters)

Photo of SPLITGRIN
4.49/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Head quickly jumps to a three finger carmel grouping of very active bubbles and then fades just as quick leaving not a trace of those bubbles. Body is a very deep dark brown and quite consistant like molasses, but not nearly as thick. Nose is big and full of rich bourbon, sweet toffee, buttered rum and hot carmalized malts. Alchol is very evident as you take first sip, its not overly harsh just a little warm and tingley. Toasty layers of carmalized malt, toffee, overly ripe dark fruit, molasses and black vanilla are all over the palate. A bit of spicy coco is there too. Alchol is warm on the palate and the belly. The more you drink, the more you pick up the oak character in the palate. Mouthfeel is like sucking on a piece of butter rum candy. Oh so good after dinner sipper. Why do these one time release beers have to be so good? (840 characters)

Photo of BuckeyeNation
4.39/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Turbid cherry tobacco that looks darker and less lucent than the bourbon aged version from several days ago. Unfortunately, this one had the same sort of fizzy, gone-within-a-minute crown of beige colored bubbles. Spotless snifter then... spotless snifter now.

Even though bourbon is at the top of my 'most favored liquors' list (along with Scotch), and brandy doesn't even make the list, the aroma is just as wonderful with respect to this ale. Let's chalk it up to an outstanding base beer. Dark caramel, brown sugar and vanilla are beautifully accented by brandy.

Drinking Cellar Reserve (Bourbon) alongside Cellar Reserve (Brandy) would not have been smart given their generous ABVs (which are hidden very well, by the way). That's the only way I could have picked a winner, though, because they taste similar. Old Stock Ale is the (probably) delicious common denominator. While I haven't yet had the pleasure, I have no doubt that OSA will be right up my old ale alley.

This beer is just as well-integrated, if not even more so. The vinous fruitiness of the brandy complements the remainder of the flavor profile in outstanding fashion. Dark toffee and dark butterscotch are still present, as is the ouzo/anise/black licorice that was appreciated in the bourbon version. There are sherry notes as well, which is odd.

The body/mouthfeel is similar in that it's a wee bit lighter than I'd like. Warming helps to some extent and the laid back bubbles are just what the doctor ordered. Besides, liquor is thin and it delivers loads of flavor.

In the final reckoning, I'm unable to pick a winner between bourbon-aged Old Stock and brandy-aged Old Stock. They're both fantastic and they both deserve to be released again. Consider yourself fortunate if you were able to lay your hands on either one. Thanks to the incredibly generous Talisker for providing me with both. (1,874 characters)

Photo of gford217
4.97/5  rDev +9.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Bottle courtesy of Solomon420 poured into a snifter.

Pours a hazy caramel brown with amber showing through. The head was surprisingly active given the age and bubbled up to a one inch tan head before quickly receding to a thin ring.

The aroma is unbelievable. It starts with the brandy but then opens up to dark fruits with raisins and figs mainly and tons of caramel and brown sugar sweetness. There are hints of vanilla and wood as well.

The taste is just as spectacular with a huge sugary caramel sweetness of the base beer that underpins everything else. The dark fruits are complemented by hints of vanilla, toffee and chocolate with wood and brandy in the finish.

The mouthfeel is very smooth with good carbonation and has a dry boozy finish.

This is a great, great beer and very drinkable for the ABV. Quite simply, one of the best beers I've ever had. Can't thank Damian enough for this rare gem. (909 characters)

Photo of Overlord
4.32/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a ruby brown. Smells ... boozy, but with dark fruits, caramel, and vanilla.

Taste is, again, boozy, but with a definite sweet undercurrent of dark fruits, vanilla, caramel, brown sugar, and a definite port quality. I'd say this was like drinking a marvelously complex port.

Delicious, nice creamy mouthfeel. (316 characters)

Photo of hopdog
4.62/5  rDev +2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

375ml bottle with big thanks to Ty!

Poured a deep reddish-brownish color with a small sized off white head. Aromas of vanilla, wood, brandy, dark fruits, caramel, and a little nutty. Very nice aroma. Tastes of dark fruits, vanilla, brown sugar, oaky woodiness, and tobacco. Medium alcohol burn in the finish (but not 14+%). Very nice!

Notes from and tasted on 4/27/08 (370 characters)

Photo of Viggo
4.79/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Huge thanks to fartingdog for cracking this one open when we visited San Fran, I've been looking to try this one since it came out.

Pours a hazy reddish brown, caramel coloured, thin tan head forms, settles to a medium ring around the glass, drops some decent lace spots on the glass. Smell is wow, brandy, thick toffee, cake, alcohol, lots of fruit, raisins/figs, wood, vanilla, port, very rich, fantastic. Taste is amazing as well, figs and rum raisins, buttery toffee, oak, brandy, dark fruits, alcohol, very intense and rich flavour, touch of vanilla, wood and brandy in the finish. Mouthfeel is medium to full bodied with low carbonation, some warmth going down but the ABV is well hidden. Reminds me a lot of the brandy barrel Angels Share. This is insanely good stuff. I would kill to get more. Thanks a ton Dave, you're the man! (837 characters)

Photo of hoppymeal
4.17/5  rDev -7.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pours a hazy dark amber to brown in color with a small light tan head that recedes to a ring. Strong brandy aroma immediately wafts up, alcohol, apples, raisins and prunes mix together in the aroma. A sweet sugary caramel rides behind the dark fruit aromas, hints of leather are noticeable as well. Taste is similar to the aroma in that the brandy is big and right up front in the taste as well. When mixed with the sweet malts it lends a coconut-y flavor, sweet, nutty dates towards the finish. Large bite of alcohol in the finish as well. Mouthfeel is medium in body, thins towards the finish as a drying alcohol warmth burns at the back of the throat. Very good beer, it's been a while since I sampled the bourbon, but I believe I preferred that one, though the brandy ageing shines through quite well in most aspects of this sample. A delicious beer for a goodnight night cap. (880 characters)

Photo of Crosling
5/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

One of, if not the best beer I've had in 2008. Incredibly complex aroma that gives notes of raisins, figs, caramel, toffee from the base beer as well as added dimensions of brandy soaked wood, vanilla and coconut from the oak. Flavor consists of chocolate, caramel, brandy, coconut, vanilla, dark fruit. Port-like character. Chewy and beyond rich. This beer is amazing and a total jaw dropper. Thanks to Steve for sharing. (422 characters)

Photo of francisweizen
4.53/5  rDev 0%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Sweet fiery gold of amberJACK
the firefly he brings me back
the head is small but full of life
Can I take this brew, for my wife ?

Bready, brandy, cherry, booze
So many aromas from which to choose
Sweet and boozy dreamy fun
Clearly this is number one

Malty sweet boozy taste
flavor lingers not in haste
brandy cherry wood and hop
It sweeps my palate like a mop

I love this old stock in its natrual state
but these barrel ages are extra great
trade for some if you've got the nerve
Tis' one of the best, this cellar reserve (525 characters)

Photo of Vancer
4.92/5  rDev +8.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Here is one big arse beer sent by the great soloman420 - thanks Damien! 375ml in a cork & cage bottle.

This thing is all sweet brandy, all the way through. Sweet bourbon cherries, as in a whisky mash permeate the aroma and is semi-intoxicating. Big pop of vanilla and dark fruits (fig). No way is this a beer, but it sure says so on the label.

Sharp and tangy, the booze cuts like a knife, not surprising and actually expected. Man, when a person loves beer AND bourbon, this is the bomb!

This one is drinking like a cherry mash dream in the STL heat, and the great one sent TWO bottles, so one will be saved for a nice wintery nite in December - maybe Xmas eve! (665 characters)

Photo of Floydster
4.65/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

12.7 ounce bottle purchased from the brewery over the phone and had it shipped to my house, think the price of the bottle was about ten dollars, opened last night while watching a movie and was still not done once it finished, poured into a pint glass

A-Mix between a ruby and brown copper, definitely some red in there though, no head, no retention, no lacing, flat as can be, still looked real nice though, tons of small bubbles rushing to the top

S-Big caramel aroma, figs, sweet candy, faint hoppiness, lots of brown sugar, brandy of course and also some sweet tropical rum, oak, big vanilla scent, smelled like a BA barleywine to me, aroma was great regardless

T-Started off with a big brandy flavor which was scary because that usually means it dominates the brew from my past experiences, I was wrong thankfully, almost right after hot and boozy start, some brown sugar and caramel made up the middle, finish was a little spicy but there was lots of dark fruit there as well, changed a lot over time and the most noticeable was the how subtle the hard alcohol became, the smoothness was almost unparalleled by the end, nice mixture of malts and fruit, then the liquor and oak from the barrel just set it off

M-Spicy, sweet, a little chewy, and also slightly dry mouthfeel, lots of carbonation but somehow no head, I must have poured it too carefully, did not gush at all either, aftertaste lasted a long time

D-For over fourteen percent, the drinkability is great, if ABV was not so high it would have gotten a perfect score here, so smooth, alcohol is well hidden for its strength, drank bottle by myself

Thought I would like the bourbon barrel version better than this but I was wrong, reminded of the first Angel's Share I tasted in several ways, one of the better old ales I have tasted and the oak aging did wonders for this one, would definitely drink again, hopefully North Coast does something like this in the future, highly recommended (1,958 characters)

Photo of weeare138
4.37/5  rDev -3.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Much thanks to egajdzis for sharing this one. We opened side by side with a regular Old Stock Ale from the same vintage...
Appears a dark brown with crimson edges when held to the light. The head of foam slowly fades into a small, light tan cap and collar. Spotty lacing quickly slides back into the glass.
Smell is of vanilla, brown sugar, caramel, with more complex aromas highlighted by oak and ripe, dark fruit.
Taste is of sugar, maple, vanilla, and melon.
Mouthfeel is medium-full bodied, hot on the palate with booze, brown sugar, and vanilla. (550 characters)

Photo of SacoDeToro
4.67/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a nice ruby copper with a small dense off-white head.

The aroma was full of medium dried fruits, heavy caramel and vanilla with brandy accents. There was a noticable alcohol presense.

The flavor of the beer had an intense deep caramel flavor and rich maltiness that coated the mouth. The hops had a slightly earthy character and balanceed things nicely. The brandy came through well and blended magnificently with the other components of the beer.

The body was full and the mouthfeel was slightly viscous and creamy. The alcohol was noticeable, but for a beer that's nearly 15%, this was amazingly drinkable.

A truly wonderful fusion of flavors, this is probably the best brandy barrel aged beer I've had. The spirit character was more integrated and delicate than other brandy barrel aged beers I've had. Try to get your hands on some of this! (854 characters)

Photo of DIM
4.74/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

a: This one is a clear, very dark coppery orange color. It poured with a smallish off-white head that quickly faded to a ring around the glass, before disappearing altogether.

s: Wow, I'm not even sure where to begin with this one. The two most obvious attributes here are sweetness and alcohol. The most noticeable specific aroma was of sweet caramelized brown sugar. There were also fruity elements of stewed raisins and very ripe apples. And, most faintly, some flowery honey elements. Of course, the alcohol was also prevelant, but it wasn't at all obnoxious or one-dimensional. It smelled of brandy and perhaps a bit of rum. This is probably the best smelling beer I've tried so far.

t: This is a wonderfully warming and complex sipper. The flavors very much mirror the smell with neither the sweetness nor the alcohol ever getting out of hand. Time has melowed the alcoholic nature of regular Old Stock and the brandy barrel has added a fantastic new dimension to it. The fruit flavors, mostly raisin, are kept in check with some mellow, sweet raw brown sugar flavors. The finish is miles long and quite dry. One final thought, my words are not doing this one justice, not even close.

m: The body here is very thick and silky. One complaint, and it is a very minor one, the carbonation was too short lived.

d: Huge thanks to rallison for the chance to try this one. I spent more than two hours on this one and, frankly, I could have used a little help. This was my first brandy barrel aged beer and I hope I get to enjoy some more. (1,541 characters)

Photo of Bierguy5
4.77/5  rDev +5.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

12.7 oz., 14.7% ABV. Hazy chestnut color. Thin head disappears almost immediately. No lace at all.

Nose full of candied fruit, figs, vanilla, brandy soaked figs, caramel, wood and a bit of alcohol. Great things going on in the nose here. I could sniff this for such a long time.

As in the nose, there is an abundance of flavor going on here. Nice caramel, fig malt background with some vanilla, oak, brandy and butterscotch. A bit of of a drying note from the wood near the end.

Maybe a bit thin. Lots of warming, lingering alcohol. Still manages to not be boozy or overly hot. This is a fantastic beer, with so much complexity. Very well made. (647 characters)

Photo of mcallister
4.79/5  rDev +5.7%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours a deep reddish mahagony. Very little head accept a thin light tannish ring around the glass.

Absolutely amazing complex aroma. A grapey raisiny brandy smell with vanilla laden oak. Lush caramel, fig, date, hints of prune, rum soaked raisin. RS is prevelant and is brought forth with a brown sugar maple coated dried fruit enigma.

My kind of beer (and about every other BA's for that matter). Absolutely delicious. Complex sums it up. Endless flavors dance on the palate. Much more toasty vanilla riddled oak on the mid palate and finish which hints at canied figs and dates. Speaking of fresh dates round out the entire flavors with brown sugar and maple, with a slight nutty honey twinge. Caramel, slight earth, woody, dark malty sweetness, brandy raisins, and even some oxidation.

Alcohol is definitely a factor. Nice and warming yet not in an obtrusive manner. Although the alcohol may play a factor in the less than full mouthfeel (less than what you would expect from this). (989 characters)

Photo of sleazo
4.03/5  rDev -11%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Shared this one with Rblwthacoz last night, thanks for sharing this one.

A_Brownish red, sligtly cloudy with a small tiny head. Looks thick.

S_Boozy and sweet with some fruit to it. The alcohol scent is fairly overpowering.

T_Much less alcohol than the smell would indicate. Without knowing that this was brandy aged, I thought Port immediately upon first sip. Pretty sweet and sticky but not too much for me. There are notes of wood, vanilla, grape, and honey. Not as overpowering as I thought it would be as it is surprisngly smooth for such a strong beer.

M_There is a good carbonation here that really makes this lighter than it should be. While still syrupy it doesnt just cling to the mouth.

D_Very nice sipper here. The potency limits how often I would drink but it is one I would seek out again. This would be nice in front of a fire after a day of cold weather activity. (884 characters)

Old Stock Cellar Reserve (Aged In Brandy Barrels) from North Coast Brewing Co.
99 out of 100 based on 111 ratings.