Rare Bourbon County Stout (2010) - Goose Island Beer Co.

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Ratings: 1,292
Reviews: 355
rAvg: 4.8
pDev: 6.25%
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Illinois, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  13.00% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: alcstradamus on 10-07-2010

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

Aged 2 years in 23-year old Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Barrels.
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Photo of TboneRN
4.85/5  rDev +1%

I was lucky enough to attend a Bourbon County bottle share last night where we had every variant present.
This variant was my second favorite of the night just behind Vanilla! I had this beer alongside a regular 2013 bcbs just to compare. Rare is so smooth and more than any other bourbon county variant I have tried you could REALLY taste that pappy barrel. Right at the end, so bright and strong...I was not expecting that. I have read reviews where people say they either a) can not differentiate from regular bcbs or b) it isn't that much better....let me just say it is! These are obviously 1st world beer problems I am referring to but man what a beer! It is still at the top of its game!

Photo of SportsandJorts
4.5/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: pours a deep walnut color. a small tannish head forms and has a low retention. brown viscous legs all around the side of the glass. dark and completely opaque.

Smell: strong booze and bourbon. chocolate, dark fruits and a low roastiness.

Taste: opens up with a strong whisky and some serious alcohol. strong chocolate and dark fruits come in through the middle. more alcohol near the end but finishes with toffee and caramel.

Mouthfeel: thick and viscous, strong alcohol burn and lingering warmth.

Overall: wow. can't believe this one is so old. the alcohol and whisky flavors are still so strong I can't imagine them 4+ years ago.

Photo of Jaxbrew
5/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Perfect beer. I was so fortunate to get some of this when it was still around. Unreal.

Photo of cultclassic89
5/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Truly the best beer I've ever had and was surprisingly leaps and bounds better than the 2013 BCBS we had next to it. I wish I could drink this every day. The barrel character is so rich and is unlike any barrel aged beer I've ever had.

Photo of tectactoe
4.56/5  rDev -5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.5

Huge thanks to Mike for letting me indulge in this one with him for only the cost of a Bramble Rye. Extremely generous of him, Mike is a true BA. Never thought I'd get the chance to try this one, so let's see if it lives up to the hype. Bottle #1485. It pours a deep, sludgy black color; much like used motor oil. Barely any head forms; it's more of a deep tan skin that barely grazes the top of the brew. Even with some swirling, the head never reaches more than a few millimeters in size. Lots of wet legging left behind, but nothing in terms of lace.

As expected, the aroma is powerful and robust. Huge bouts of dark-ass fudge lead the way, sweet and lightly bitter. Not far behind is the bourbon - strong, yet with unremarkable smoothness; miles from being "hot". Hell, it's hardly even warm. Lots of vanilla hopping around, as well as a large oak presence from the barrel. Roasted malts are hidden in the background and play a back-up role, yes they still add another element to the profile. Rare provides a very complex aromatic experience indeed, although I wouldn't go so far as to say it's any more complex than the original Bourbon County, albeit maybe slightly more refined and polished.

The first sip is awesome, to say the least. My senses are first jarred by the luscious amounts of chocolate - huge waves of cocoa nibs and rich fudge, accompanied with a deep, residual sweetness. Vanilla booms in and out of a large river of melted brown sugar and molasses, a nice combination from the heavy malt and large barrel effects. Somewhere about halfway through, the sweetness amps up and starts to resemble overripe, dark fruits; bruised prunes and dates, all smothered in a bath of brown sugar. Only a few sips into this and the complexity that it's offering is already borderline mind-blowing.

I can't believe I've made it this far through the flavor description without mentioning the bourbon, because believe me - the bourbon never loses its kick and never goes unnoticed. Strong oak accompanies some of the smoothest and most mellow interruptions of bourbon that I've ever tasted. It's amazing how the bourbon can be both so strong and so mellow at once, not getting hot or harsh. More vanilla and oak show up in the aftertaste with a mild touch of coconut. The large sweetness of this brew is offset very nicely by the heavy roast and bourbon warmth - a devastating combo. After each sip, your palate is left with reminders of oak, bourbon, fudge, and brown sugar. Smooth as smooth can be on the mouth, heavy and full bodied to the max, almost no carbonation.

Well, what to say about this one? Phenomenal beer, truly. Is it really worth the acclaim, though? It's tough to say. There's no doubt this is an excellent beer and a great representation of the complexity that the style can have. But I still don't believe it's worth three or four times the price of a regular BCS. Mike and I had a '12 BCS right after this, and the biggest noticeable difference was that it was a bit "hot" compared to the Rare. There's no denying the fact that two years in PVW 23 barrels gave the beer quite some time to mellow, not to mention the 2+ years it's been since the bottling date. Compared to an '08 BCS I had not too long ago, though, I would say it isn't far off. At least, not enough to warrant the large price increase.

Nevertheless, I'm extremely stoked and very grateful for the chance to try this one. Again, huge thanks to Mike for his generosity. Definitely one of the best beers out there, although the hype train had built it up a little too much for me. I'd take a few four packs of regular BCS over a single bottle of this, but that's just one man's opinion. I may even prefer the Coffee and Bramble variants over Rare as well, just for their variety and largely discernible flavor differences. Rare is fantastic, although it comes off as a super polished version of the original BCS - something you can closely emulate by sitting on your BCS bottle for 3+ years rather than drinking them fresh.

Photo of weatherdog
4.64/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

On-tap @ GI Clybourn. $10/5oz. taster

It pours a near pitch black with no head on it with a silky texture look. Some of my friends tasters had a minimal deep mocha head. I guess it's just a pour variation.

Aroma is silky smooth velvet sweet bourbon. It's unlike any other bourbon barrel beer I've had. An alcohol warmth is present but not harsh or fusely at all, It's just all rich sweet smooth bourbon.

I really wish GI had a regular version on tap for some detailed comparisons. The taste was really nice and a notch above regular bcs in the integration of the bourbon. It mirrors the nose a lot with the sweet smooth well made bourbon with added chocolate and a little raisin at the end. A friend suggested, after it warmed a bit, some coconut flavors. I wouldn't have gotten it alone but the power of suggestion was just too much. It's a really great beer but I don't have the palette training to put this much higher than the regular without a side by side taste.

The mouthfeel is where this beer kills it. The alcohol finish is so smooth it leaves me wanting more. Rich, velvet and inviting. Really well done. This really increases the drinkability but it's still a 13.5% stout.

Overall I think this beer is great, a step above regular BCS. But for 3x the price? I'm really undecided.

Photo of SkiBum22
4.97/5  rDev +3.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

A - Motor oil black, not much carbonation, about 1/4 finger worth of head.

S - Bourbon, oak, vanilla, and some caramel sweetness. Chocolate and coffee with a light roast. Some dark fruits as well.

T - WOW! The bourbon definitely dominates. Cocoa, tobacco, oak, vanilla, light smoke, chewy malts, light oats, dark choc, baker's choc, light spicy booze, some warmth from the booze, Finishes a bit dry, some booze, lots of great bourbon and dark malts.

M - Very silky smooth and almost had a creamy feel to it.

O - Very good beer that lives up to the hype. The most bourbon I've ever tasted in a bourbon barrel stout.

Photo of newk340
4.97/5  rDev +3.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Thanks to joshbjaeger for hooking me up!

Shared at a Christmas tasting with joshuaseresse, brian23456, hu5om, and e11a627.

A: a nearly pitch black pour, beautiful deep color with a thin khaki head that left spotty lacing.

S: wow. what isnt going on here. a little heavy on the booze, but the bourbon was not overpowering, faint chocolate scent also.

T: astonishing. any bourbon in the smell is nicely balanced in the taste, some chocolate maltiness with dark fruits and a lingering bourbon aftertaste.

MF/D: incredibly smooth. could hardly believe it was 13%abv (would've guessed 9-10%). left a nice numbing feeling in the mouth and silky smoothness on the lips. thank you sir, may i have another?

Photo of warnerry
4.92/5  rDev +2.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Bottle# 5564 generously shared by BA david131. Thanks!

A - Pours pitch black with only a thin collar of head. Slightly oily. No lacing.

S - Huge chocolate aroma with significant vanilla, a nice bourbon presence and subtle but noticeable oak. Aroma is a bit sweet, but not overly so. The chocolate has a nice bitterness. Despite the bourbon presence and substantial abv, the nose is not very boozy. we had this side by side with an '09 BCBS (sadly, no '08 was available) and the '09 seemed almost harsh in comparison, which was surprising as I have never thought of even fresh BCBS having a harsh aroma.

T - Incredibly smooth bourbon flavor, with a nice vanilla component. As with the nose, there is also a big chocolate taste, but not overly sweet. Taste also contains coffee, a bit of toffee and some faint dark fruits. Just smooth and rich. Really enjoyable.

M - Full mouthfeel. Initially sticky sweet but develops a decent amount of dryness by the end.

O - Such a smooth bourbon barrel aged stout. In addition to the '09, we also had this side by side with the 2011 PVW DL, and the Rare was easily a notch above that. Just excellent.

Photo of Mora2000
4.12/5  rDev -14.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle number 8,455.

The beer pours a black color with a tan head. The aroma is bourbon, oak, vanilla, chocolate and roasted malt. The beer smells fairly boozy.

The flavor is heavy on the barrel-aged notes. I get a lot of maple and oak, as well as quite a bit of bourbon. There is also a good amount of chocolate and roasted malt in the flavor. The flavor is just as boozy as the aroma.

Full mouthfeel and low carbonation.

A very good imperial stout that I am very happy I got to try. That being said, I don't feel it is worth near what I paid for it. I think the Bourbon County Coffee Stout is a better beer at a fraction of the price, while the regular Bourbon County Stout has much more bang for your buck. If the beer was $15 it would be a great beer and a good deal, at the $53 price tag on this bottle, it is overpriced for what it delivers - although I am not sure any stout could be a good deal at that cost.

Photo of brewerdrew
5/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

An amazing beer.

This beer poured black as night with a nice thick brown head.

The complexity provided by the Bourbon Barrel aging is unparalleled in relation to other wood aged beers I have had.

Everytime I return to this beer it never fails to suprise me on how great it is.

Photo of standardcherry
4.35/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Bottle shared with a friend. Poured into two snifters. Thanks to aasher for this special treat!

A: Pitch black with a small tan head that faded almost instantly.
S: Bourbon, oak, chocolate, roastiness.
T: Vanilla, coffee, chocolate, bourbon, oak spiciness. Very smooth, the bourbon finish lingers in the mouth.
M: Full body, low carbonation. Sticky, thick mouthfeel. Smooth and very creamy.
O: Excellent beer but not as mind-blowing as expected. Would trade for it again if I had the chance however.

Photo of deebo
4.75/5  rDev -1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

Had this a couple years ago. Another chance to try. It's as good as I remember. Amazing in every way.

Photo of ehammond1
4.87/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Bottle (2010)

Thanks for sharing this, Tim!

Midnight black with a thin ruby brown head that doesn't stay for long. Some spotted lacing down the glass. As expected, this beer is gorgeous.

A glorious and strong combination of aromas. The first and most in the forefront is the distinct bourbon: toasted coconut, rich vanilla, earth and wood, and molasses, then dark malts which add a touch of chocolate and coffee, along with the slightest tinge of alcohol burn. It does not get better.

The flavor is just as magnificent. More coconut, vanilla, molasses, maple syrup, and bourbon, some earth and wood, alcohol heat (but just a touch!), some dark chocolate, all come together for a divine drinking experience.

Though certainly a thick, rich stout, this one seems just a touch too thin--I suppose this would be my only complaint, though it's an afterthought.

The best bourbon-barrel aged stout I've had to date.

Photo of TKEbeerman
4.57/5  rDev -4.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Bottle # 4720

A: Poured into my snifter, this brew pours a deep black with a dark chocolate head that is quick to dissipate leaving an omniscient black stout ready to grace your pallet.

S: The bourbon dominate nose allows hints of vanilla from the oak to shine through. Notes of chocolate and a slight maduro tobacco note from the Pappy is evident.

T: The flavor really is almost a 5. It is a solid 4.8. Compared to the coffee and regular BCS, the bourbon in this brew is refined and tamed. Notes of vanilla and chocolate are allowed to shine through. There is a sweetness to this brew that is pleasant. There is an opportunity for this brew to be a little more dynamic in it's stout flavors, but the use of the Pappy and it's depth of flavor notes was genius.

MF: Mouthfeel is almost perfect. Most bourbon beers are thinned out from the barrel aging, this is not. The only offense is a slight alcohol burn, but I'm loving it.

Overall (thanks for this new category bros!), this is a definitive bourbon barrel aged beer. The bourbon is perfect, and the stout is right behind it.

Photo of 4lo
4.66/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a teku glass. Thin tan head on the pour which quickly dissipates, straight heavy black pour. Nose is of liquorice with some chocolate. Very smooth beer after 5 years. You get some chocolate with honey up front. Bourbon picks up and trails off into a liqourice and sweetness at the end. Good mouthfeel that leaves you drymouthed and wanting some more at the end. Great to try once

Photo of jeonseh
4.92/5  rDev +2.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Bottle poured into a GI tulip

A - Dark and black as gets. Oily and viscous as it coats the glass. Small off white head that sits on top.

S - Still has a great nose after all this time. A subdued bourbon nose that definitely has that butterscotch S-W nose you'd expect from Pappy. There is vanilla, oak spiciness, and caramel that you'd expect from an aged BCBS. Reminds me of a subdued 08 BCBS but a bit sweeter.

T - Sweeter than BCBS and oh so good. It has butterscotch and vanilla up front that give it a nice sweetness. There is a coffee and chocolate in the middle along with alchohol soaked dates and plums. There is a bourbon, oaky finish that lingers on. Great and well-integrated flavors through it all.

MF - Sticky, thick mouthfeel that goes well with the sweeter flavors. Really velvety smooth. Leaves a nice thick coating that remains on the tongue in the finish.

O - Great beer where you can really tell the presence of the S-W barrel as a sweet butterscotch presence makes itself known. This is sweeter and more subdued than regular BCBS. Definitely a top tier beer that is worth seeking out if you never had it.

Photo of glid02
4.5/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle shared by Dan - much obliged!

Pours black with a half-finger brown head. The head recedes into a wispy layer on top leaving decent lacing.

Smells of huge bourbon - oak, vanilla, and hints of coconut. Also present are smooth roasted malt notes and moderately sweet dark chocolate.

Tastes similar to how it smells. Equal amounts of roasted malt and dark chocolate flavors kick things off before being overtaken by vanilla, oak, and butterscotch. The vanilla, roasted malt, and chocolate flavors carry through to a mildly bitter ending.

Mouthfeel is very good. It's got a smooth thickness with soft carbonation.

Drinkability is also very good. I finished my glass quickly and could easily have a few more.

Overall this beer didn't disappoint. The roastiness is a bit diminished from the normal BCBS and the vanilla is more robust. Both are very good but the Rare is a nice change of pace Well worth a shot.

Photo of rhoadsrage
4.92/5  rDev +2.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

(Served in a gold rimmed snifter) Bottle # 6870 bottled 10/19/2010
A- This beer pours a jet black body with a molasses colored head that is made of big bubbles and soon fades to a ring around the edge. With each sip the liquid stains the glass a black hue.
S- The perfumy fragrant bourbon is almost candy like with right aromas of graham, leather, and some vanilla and wet wood in the finish. As it opens up coconut notes and some dried sweet fruit with a faint cardamom spice note and some dark raisins come through.
T- The sweet syrup has a slight spicy bourbon flavor and some mellow dark roasted malts that grow a bit as it warms but remains in the background. There are also some black licorice notes and a paper flavor to the bourbon. The finish has some vanilla notes and cinnamon spice hints with a graham malt sweetness and alcohol bite that coats the mouth and throat.
M- This beer has a medium-full mouthfeel with a hot boozy finish. It is a bit to much alcohol heat but it does balance the sweetness nicely.
D- This beer is very mellow and blended in flavor but it has big full flavors at that. It is still a bit to hot but it will be interesting to see how this ages. This beer is so big I really needed a water chaser to refresh my palate before the next glass. The aroma was amazing and I would have given it a 5.5 if I could. That warm honey graham candy bourbon smell was wonderful. The stout character only played a supporting roll to the barrel bit it did a great job of that. I was truly sad to see it end.

Photo of pwoods
4.5/5  rDev -6.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Kels for splitting the cost with me.

22oz. Brown bomber poured into a snifter.

A: Pours pitch black with good viscosity. Minimal head on the pour with no retention. Big oily legs but not lace.

S: I could smell it as soon as I popped the cap. Good God. Amazing meld of smooth bourbon, dank woody oak, and perfectly placed vanilla. There's a great stout under everything but it's nearly overtaken... But I can't complain.

T/M: Jesus. All from the above. This is a huge beer with huge flavors but none of them step on each others foot. Sweetness is perfectly balanced, too. Love the pleasant vanilla. Bourbon. Barrel. Crack. Love the alcohol warmth as it warms further. Body is thick, not quite dark lord or black Tuesday, but fits this which is what's important. Smooth carbonation.

D: I could drink my weight in this. Fucking $45, though!

Photo of RBassSFHOPit2ME
4.95/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

Bottle Split three ways with two other awesome BAs. I'm about 99.9% positive my pour was the healthier of the three but not by much, bottle #1,344

To note - This isn't my favorite style of beer but I'm confident that I'm OK with making the bold statement...this is the best beer I've ever had. There's more depth here than the 2008 BCBS and better for my palate than the other BCBS varieties.

A - Flawless with a nice tan head that arises from an agressive swirl, more than expected. It's just beautiful.

S - The best smelling beer ever. The minute the cap was popped it reeked of a moist Fudge vanilla brownie cake soaked in bourbon. Deserves a 5.5 in this dept.

T - Chocolate Fudge Brownie soaked in Bourbon, Vanilla and oak there along with a nice roastiness. Again, deserves a 5.5 in this dept. I can't imagine a stout getting better than this. Heat and bourbon became more apparent when as it warmed.

M - Just about perfect. I prefer more of a velvet / silky smoothness that you would find in a Parabola slightly more, but that's just getting too knit-picky. Make no mistake about it... this is the better beer.

O - I prefer the 2008 BCBS at room temp or close to it, whereas I preferred Rare a bit chillier that that. The room temp made Rare lose it's Fudge Brownie characteristics and made it more hot whereas I found the exact opposite last month in the 2008 BCBS. Again, too knit picky. I felt Rare the better and more complex beer.

Believe the hype, worth the price tag if you have the $$$ if at least just to have it once.

Photo of mdaschaf
4.82/5  rDev +0.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Big thanks to ShanePB for bringing this bottle down to share with me. Been wanting to try this beer for a long time.

A: Poured this and oily, very dark black in color with a small mocha colored head on top. Not much retention, reducing to a thin ring on the top. No lacing.

S: Bourbon, vanilla, some dark fruit, there is a slight fusel alcohol aroma, not strong and in your face, but just enough to let you know that it is there. Very inviting.

T: Nice combination of chocolate, vanilla, a little bit of dark fruit, but not as much as the aroma indicated. The bourbon and oak comes through, some caramel and a little toffee. The finish has a fantastic cocoa flavor.

M: Amazingly smooth. Full-bodied and creamy, great level of carbonation. No sign of the alcohol in the flavor profile at all.

O: I can see why this beer is so highly regarded. Great flavor profile, but the smoothness of it is what really made it for me. It was so easy to drink, my glasses was empty way too fast.

Photo of klshanks
4.68/5  rDev -2.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

On tap at GI Clybourn

5 oz taster

Appearance- Pitch black with a small amount of mocha colored head. Looks delicious.

Smell- not as powerful as I would hope, but very subtle flavors of chocolate, bourbon, and coffee. Very little to no booziness, even on a deep breath.

Taste- Awesome. Just awesome. Silky smooth, full bodied. Chocolate, Coffee and bourbon are the predominant flavors with hints of molasses, fig, and tobacco.

Mouthfeel- Really good right now. Personally it could be just a little bit thicker, but that's me just nitpicking it do the death.

Drinkability- One of the easiest sipping 13% abv beers youve ever had. This is why you drink beer.

Photo of Mar02x
4.77/5  rDev -0.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

I had the opportunity to taste this whale on a tasting organized by BA's Jeffo and Doopiedoopiedoo. They arranged 4 types of Goose Island - Bourbon Counties!!! The Rare (Green label), the Brand Stout (Grey label), the Vanilla bean aged (Yellow label) and the Brand Coffee Stout (Red label). So we could do a horizontal tasting, just absolutely marvelous. I believe the Vanilla bean version was arranged by the Brabander so he gets some of the credits too, thanks Thijs for sharing!

See for the total beer line up my review of the Brewery - Black Tuesday.

A - A blacker than black beer with a thin brown ring that goes for a head.

S - A chocolate coffee liquor, a true tremendous smell.

T - A barrel aged wood taste along with a double coffee experience mixed with a nice heavy bourbon. What an absolutely great balance between the separate tones. There is such a great depth in this beer, different tones keep on coming, vanilla, caramel, dark fruit, etc.

M - A soft to medium carbonation, with a good bitterness in the finish. The thickness of this body is absolutely amazing.

O - A very strong and heavy kind of beer. A topper on all occasions. For me this was absolutely the best one of the four Bourbon Stouts we tried in this horizontal. There should be a law for Goose Island to brew this beer all year round!

Photo of nkersten
4.35/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into taster glass at brewery. Color is opaque black with small tan cap that settles to edge. Smell is strong bourbon, chocolate cake, oak, vanilla, a bit of alcohol. Taste is a lot different then smell - oak up front, marshmallows, chocolate, bourbon in the finish. Mouthfeel is heavy thick chewy and low carbonation. Finishes very smooth. Drinkability was excellent for the style.

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Rare Bourbon County Stout (2010) from Goose Island Beer Co.
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