Grand Illumination - AleWerks Brewing Company

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Ratings: 211
Reviews: 101
rAvg: 3.9
pDev: 9.74%
Wants: 29
Gots: 49 | FT: 4
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AleWerks Brewing Company visit their website
Virginia, United States

Style | ABV
American Barleywine |  10.00% ABV

Availability: Fall

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Beer added by: hoppymeal on 12-20-2007

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Photo of oberon
4.08/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

2010 vintage.Bottle #841. 10%ABV.70 IBU's.Poured into an imperial pint glass a mix of russett and burnt orange with a well formed one finger off white head that held very well.Sweet toffee,light nuttiness,dark fruit,and a decent smack of herbal hop in the nose.Vinious and cakey upfront but the sweetness melds into leafy and herbal hop in the finish,everything comes together quite well.Chewey mouthfeel without being overbearing,its what an American Barleywine should be in my mind,big,chewey,and hopped up,very nice.

Photo of Tiderion
3.83/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

I had this beer following the actual Grand Illumination event. It's an exceptionally dark beer with a punch of flavor. The recipe has definitely been improved over the years as it is no longer as harsh. I would say that this is the type of beer of which you only want to drink one or two in a single sitting. That is its only downside though.

Flavor was a strong barley flavor with minimal excess. Color was pitch black. Aroma was and expected but pleasant barley/hop combination but it had an extra scent. Perhaps an additive I could not distinguish.

Great beer for the cold season in which it was brewed.

Photo of glid02
3.88/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle shared by Ben - thanks! Bottle 0322 of the 2009 vintage.

Pours a dark copper color with a half-finger cream-colored head. The head recedes into a wispy layer on top leaving decent lacing.

Smells of sweet caramel malts with moderate amounts of vanilla and sugar-soaked dark fruits. Also present are slight hints of toffee that intensify as the beer warms.

Tastes more robust than it smells. Smooth caramel malt flavors kick things off and are joined quickly by solid amounts of slightly burnt toffee. Midway through the sip the flavors turn a bit toward the sweet side with the addition of vanilla. Vanilla and caramel malt flavors carry through to a mildly bitter ending leaving a slight alcohol burn.

Mouthfeel is good. It's got a nice thickness with solid carbonation.

Drinkability is also good. I finished my glass without a problem and could have another.

Overall I thought that this beer had a lot going on and just didn't seem very well integrated. Not worth seeking out but worth trying if you see it around.

Photo of Metalmonk
4.54/5  rDev +16.4%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Pours a hazy, muddy burnt ruby/brown. Off-putting bubbles cling to the sides like soda, unlike any barleywine I've seen. That quickly fades and after all it ends up looking nice. Head doesn't last long, but that's no surprise considering style/ABV. Some lace, not much.

Aroma is absolutely wonderful. Molasses, honey, vanilla, wood, toffee, plum, fig, cola, alcohol. All well-balanced and equally represented. It points to what should be a very balanced flavor, always the key with barleywines and a common fault with so many. it? Is it balanced, is it all the aroma promises? Pretty much. Everything given in the aroma comes through in the flavor, with a healthy dose of chocolate and caramel. Hints of char and cola (and a little heat) in the finish. All kinds of dark fruit, thick gooey syrups, dark candies and earthy wood tones provide layers of depth, making for a very impressive experience.

Mouthfeel is a smidgen thinner than at first, but with warming it becomes creamy and buttery enough. And with the wonderful flavor, it pulls through well enough.

An ideal American barleywine. I've been disappointed with a number of them lately, but Grand Illumination performs wonderfully. Too bad it's such a limited run (my bottle is #1459 of 2007). I should be lashing myself with whips 2007 times for not picking up more than one bottle when I had the chance. Hopefully Williamsburg Alewerks will continue doing this annually.

Photo of Sammy
3.48/5  rDev -10.8%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

2007 edition, thanks Radek. Strong barley aroma. The taste, strong barley and young. A beautiful peachy coloured body. A lot of foam on head. Creamy butterscotchy maplesyruppyfull mouthfeel. A bit of chocolate.So-so for its style.Likely more intersting when aged.

Photo of dafizzif
3.97/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle 0982 from 2010 poured into St. Bernardus goblet.
Appearance: Hazy dark bronze with thin off-white head.

Smell: Alcoholic dark fruit. Smells of hazelnuts, nutmeg, raisin, and apricot with caramel malts. No hops at all as expected.

Taste: Intense malty taste with spicy finish. Tastes like dark fruit with a warming alcohol feeling. Hops flavor have totally faded though there is some bitterness.

Mouthfeel: Syrupy and kind of thick but not much more than a medium body. Still a bit of carbonation going on.

Overall: Pretty good beer, but not the best barleywine I have ever had. The age seemed to have made this a pretty neat beer.

Photo of NeroFiddled
3.96/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Williamsburg Alewerks
"Brewmaster's Reserve Grand Illumination Ale"
0357 - 2010
22 oz. bottle; $4.99 @ Whole Foods, Plymouth Meeting, PA

I had this in 2002 and I wasn't impressed. It was OK, but far from anything special. However, I've noted in the past few years that all of the Williamsburg beers have improved greatly; and I'm not sure what change occurred, nor do I care to research it, but this one is no exception.

It pours a clear, ruby-mahogany body with glistening highlights of orange beneath a creamy head of tan froth. The head retention is initially quite good, and it initially leaves some very nice rings of lace about the glass. Following that, however, it's down to the occasional streak and a mostly spots. Subsequent, or at least late pours bring up some of the sedimented yeast and it becomes hazy, or even cloudy.

In the nose it's malty with loads of caramel, and a bit of floral, gently spruce-like, and delicately minty hoppiness.

The mouthfeel is full-bodied and dextrinous, with a gently crisp, moderate carbonation. It's a good balance. Any more malt, or any less carbonation and it could go over the top. At the same time, any more carbonation would probably seem unnatural, and cut through the malt in a bad way.

The flavor displays all of the malt suggested in the aroma and mouthfeel. It's rich and golden and densely caramelish. There's a lot of golden caramel, but also a nice bit of the darker stuff. As is often the case, there's a bit of honey as well, and a little bit of alcohol slips through. At 10% abv that's not surprising. Nor is the fact that the Maris Otter is quite clear in its presence. It's such a distinct, rich and grassy malt that I'd normally reserve it for lower gravity beers or stout or porter, but it pulls through here without becoming too dominant. Based on its prominence, however, I have to call into question the designation of "American Barleywine Style Ale". It's loaded with English malts and yet I find only minor hints of American hops. Sure it's 10% abv, and that fits the American style, but really what we have here is a strong English-style barleywine with some American hops thrown in. That said, I get a fair bit of floral character, some mint (often occurring because of the combination with the maltiness), some raspy/bitter pine, and a very mild not of tropical fruit/citrus. The bitterness is solid, and it balances nicely. It finishes sweetly malty, and almost cloying, but somehow it just pulls through. There's a pleasant note of orange in the aftertaste (I'm not sure what hop that might be coming from, perhaps the Columbus), along with some tobacco.

Overall I found it pleasant; it can be a little sweet at times, and a little harsh at times, but for the price it's still a pretty good deal. Does it have the finesse, balance, and polish of the world's greatest barleywines? Certainly not, but it's still fairly nice. Worth a shot.

Photo of dirtylou
4/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bottle, split and shared, 2007 vintage

thanks darkness.

appearance: served in a ommegang chalice, dark ruby body, light tan head - minimal retention

smell: rich dark fruits, vanilla bean, booze, sticky pine, heavy malts

taste: a nice barleywine - heavily dictated by the malts as the hops have faded into the background by now. syrupy malts, sticky pine resin, brown sugar covered dark fruits, dates, caramel and toffee, radiant alcohol.

mouthfeel: smooth, medium-heavy

overall: solid

Photo of Alieniloquium
3.03/5  rDev -22.3%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3 | feel: 2.5 | overall: 3

650 mL bottle poured into a snifter.

Appearance - Deep orange. Small off-white head. Thin collar.

Smell - Grapefruit hops. Fruity, otherwise. Pale caramel malt.

Taste - Grapefruit hops. Less fruity. Caramel malt. Bitter. A bit of nutty specialty malts.

Mouthfeel - Medium heavy body. Moderate bitterness.

Overall - Not very exciting.

Photo of ERAUPike2005
4/5  rDev +2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

1014-2014 - poured into snifter. Pours a deep Carmel color with a slightly tan head that dissipated quickly. Nice lacing on the glass.

Nice notes of fig and maybe banana on the nose. Booze is well hidden.

Taste is very nice and a bit on the sweet side. More dark fruit notes, carmel, with a bit of heat on the back back end from the alcohol. Nice reminder that it's there but not to forward or in your face.

Medium mouthfeel- seems just right. Not syrupy and not thin.

Enjoyable beer overall. I haven't had many Barelywines but I enjoyed this a bit more than the offering from SN. I would purchase again. Cheers.

Photo of Vonerichs
3.83/5  rDev -1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Deep reddish brown hue with a finger of tan head. No lacing and the carbonation stays active.

It has an astringent herbal tea aroma and cherry 'tussin. Deeps smell of toffee.

It's boozy as hell and the cherry flavor makes it taste like cough syrup. Toffee, prune, tea.

Mouthfeel is full and with average carbonation. The alcohol stays on the palate.

I like the aroma but the medicinal quality makes it hard to drink much of it. A good, but not great Barleywine.

Photo of akorsak
4.12/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to jnn4v for this 650 mL bomber, #500 of 2,007 from the, wait for it, 2007 release. A trade at the 2009 BA Gathering in Baltimore.

A: The barleywine is dark. Somewhere between crimson red and creekwater brown lies Grand Illumination. As you'd guess, I can't see through it. A smallish head, no more than half a finger, left scant lace in its wake.

S: Toffee and caramel, each in abundant supply, drive a very sweet malt body. Aside from the sweetness, the ale has a heavy concentration of malts, very sticky.

T: A fistful of flavor. As in the nose, the malts are the dominant aspect of the beer. Caramel and vanilla (!?!) flavors emerge, all driven from the concentration of malts. Spicy cinnamon also makes a brief appearance before the muted bitterness of aged hops brings it to a halt. The combination of big malts and hops is nearly blinding, a treacly combination.

M: The mouthfeel is heavy, full of both hop and malt intensity. It's a barleywine, so there is an abundance of flavor and enough to keep a palate occupied.

D: But at 11%? Damn, that's a lot of alcohol. I'll be sipping on this beer through the NFC championship game, no doubt.

Photo of philbe311
3.97/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

2009 Edition - Bottle 1680/2009 - Poured into an over-sized snifter...

A - Very slight head that is light-to-medium tan colored, moderately creamy, and loaded with big chunky bubbles... Almost no retention gives way to a very slight delicate milky way like lacing with bigger pancake batter like chunky bubbles towards the sides of the glass... The color is a fully translucent warming medium brown with some faint ruby undertones... Very still...

S - Stellar aroma... In your face sweetness... Bursting at the seems with dark fruit... Dates... Fig... Cherries... Raisins... Brown sugars... Bread pudding... Subtler notes chocolate and caramel... A bit woody with piney hop notes...

T - Equal parts sweet, boozy, and hoppy... Mostly sweet while it rests on the tongue, turning boozy and hoppy thereafter... The finish is of booze with some additional hoppy notes rising on the deep finish... Something is a tad bit off and the whole doesn't equal the sum of its parts... Lack a little in terms of depth and complexity...

M - Medium bodied... Light carbonation... Chalky... A bit of a dry finish... A faint booziness lingers... Could use a bit more mellowness...

D - A boozy sipper... There's a lot of good things going on here, but it's not quite an elite American Barleywine... Still a very solid offering from Williamsburg Alewerks who has yet to disappoint me... This one could use some aging to smooth out the edges...

Photo of BeerSox
3.8/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bomber into an 8oz snifter.

Ultra deep mahogany color with a thin tan head that slowly settles to a thin rim. This one is so dark it's nearly opaque, a rare characteristic in a Barleywine.

The aroma is also very unique with a lot of molasses that almost covers up the spicy hops.

The hops provid a good amount of bitter flavor, however there is some residual sugar left in there that balances it, but is also a little cloying. The flavor reminds me of grape soda. Full bodied with a low amount of carbonation. The finish is the lingering bitter hops.

This is a really really sweet Barleywine. The bottle says "1892 of 2007" so I'm wondering if this is a 2007 vintage (I'm sure it is). So after around a year, I'm assuming the hops have faded quite rapidly. I think this one should be enjoyed fresh.

Photo of smakawhat
3.69/5  rDev -5.4%
look: 3.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.5

Vintage 2013, poured into a large snifter glass.

A little bit lifeless on the pour. Deep orange apricot with a bit of hazy and filmy appearance. One finger of light tan head is made and disappears pretty quickly to quite a thin but stable collar. There's a little bit of hint of orange glow towards the edges.

Nice little nose. Juicy fruit qualities, and tropical sweetness. Sort of a juiced papaya and passion fruit richness. Not overly sugary or sweet either, quite impressive but not too complex or diverse either.

Palate comes with a little bit of hop richness. Sharp bitterness and hints of oily zesty lime and lemon. Juiced tropics finish, but with large bitterness and bite. Slightly sour aftertaste, which feels quite a bit odd. Quite a good amount of sharp fizz on first sip, but slowly dissolves to a thin coating in the palate. Just a bit wet too in feel.

Overall it's not bad, quite unique, but probably not one I would want to gravitate to or have again in the realm.

Photo of JohnGalt1
4.02/5  rDev +3.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Pulled this from the cellar to share with a new work buddy... He knows quite a bit about beer... now he just needs to focus ;-)

Bottle #505/2007.

Mine is poured into my Delirium goblet... deep amber.. surprisingly clear.. descent tan head with only hints of lacing..

Dark caramel with and I'm surprised there is still so much alcohol.. not really hot, but where the hops dropped of, some spicy EtOH has taken the place.

Toasty with plenty of caramel.. not sweet, but a pretty big malt backbone.. a bit earthy... Is this wood-aged? ... remnants of citrus hoppiness makes me think grapefruit zest, but it in the background at this point.

Medium body for the style and carbonation is about perfect.

Pretty nice American Barleywine really... I pulled this out so we could talk about aging Barleywines... and it was a nice representation next to a new Gnarlywine.... Thanks Jason!


3.65/5  rDev -6.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Bomber to snifter. Bottle #0378, 2010 vintage. Served at room temperature. Sampled 3/30/12.

A: Pours with a solid 1 finger head of light brown foamy head which hangs out for a half-minute before fizzing out. The body is a dark tawny brown and hard to see through, until backlit, when it becomes crimson tinted ruby with impressive clarity. Lacing is spare. A crescent shaped collar remains along the glass's edge.

S: The nose has some great moments where brown sugar, vanilla, caramel and honey come together in a beautiful balance. A little bit of oxidation and shoe leather conflict slightly, but overall the nose is very impressive. Marris Otter is definitely a standout, and I'll admit, I am a sucker for it.

T: The flavor is pretty standard American Barleywine. Some of the nuance from the nose is lost - particularly in the delicate flavors of vanilla and honey - which were the standout features from the upper register. If the initial flavor carried through to the finish, the palate would have been more successful, but the lasting notes didn't provide much to contemplate.

M: The mouthfeel is solid, even if the carbonation is a little too coarse for my taste. Semi full, relatively thick. Tongue coating - but not cloying - with sustained bubbles to tidy up the tongue.

O: Overall, Grand Illumination is an average barleywine. Williamsburg Aleworks would have something truly special here if the nose translated to the flavor more directly. All of that said, I would be proud of myself had I brewed this beer.

Photo of Gregaroo
3.31/5  rDev -15.1%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.25

2014 vintage. So so. Bought from the source. I was hoping for better this year. Shared with my bro at Mom and Dad's just before the new year. Will open my 2013s in a few weeks to compare. Fingers crossed.

Photo of mikesgroove
3.5/5  rDev -10.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Limited 2007 bottling, this was a gift from a friend on his last trip through town. I always appreciate when I receive things I have never had before and this one was no exception. Served chilled and poured into a snifter, this one was consumed on 04/15/2009.

The pour was decent, though nothing mind blowing with a dark brown color and a light cloudiness to it. Some light carbonation led to a small light tan head that only hung around for a few moments before it fell back down to earth. The aroma was lighter then I would have liked to be honest. Light caramel, hints of honey and a nearly faded hop profile. As it warmed I became sweeter, but nothing really ever dominated it. Same could be said for the flavor. Everything just muted. Not enough depth to the profile and a little bit underdone to me. Sweet caramel led the way with almost a light vanilla touch in the back, but still the slightest of burn from the alcohol lets me know this had to be hot when it was first poured. Still nice and drinkable though I have to say it went by quickly as nothing really made me stop and think.

Overall a decent beer, though not one I would really seek out. Still better then some and worth the night for sure.

Photo of Traquairlover
4.2/5  rDev +7.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

22-bomber poured into a Reidel O shiraz glass.

A = Deep garnet red, slightly hazy, formed two finger tan head of small bubbles upon pour and slowly dissipated until had a coating on surface, no lacing on glass.

S = Some heat from the alcohol but that is quickly overriden by the smells, first a bit of hops bitterness, then some strong roasted grains, molasses, maple syrup, even hints of tropical fruits, quite complex.

T = Fair amount of bitterness as expected from the style, bitterness starts at mid-palate and lasts consistently into and through a long finish. At front of tongue and into the mid-taste is a sweet maple syrup with hints of vanilla and oak, that softly changes mid-tongue into a more bitter coffee malty flavor with traces of licorice. As with the smell very complex and enjoyable. There is maybe just a little too much heat from the alcohol. I may have to go buy a couple more of these to gauge how it ages, because if that smooths out my score could well go up.

M = Heavy bodied, smooth foamy feel when swished, excellent mouthcoating.

D = This is a relatively smooth drinking beer for the ABV and quite tasty. Only marking it down for the slight alcohol burn, I could see this going up if that mellows over time (but I haven't tested that yet, so it is pure speculation).

Photo of blackie
4.17/5  rDev +6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

bottle 0180 of 2009, vintage 2009

a: brooklyn snifter, attractive deep garnet colored ale with a thin but persistent layer of carbonation on the surface, some lacing

s: surface layer of full-on earthy pine hops and loads of rich caramelized sugars, digging a little deeper pulls out dark toffee and caramel, somewhat vinous, dried fig and date, prune, appropriate spicy alcohol presence, super balance between the hop-malt components, a thick and powerful aroma

m: carbonation smooth and delicate, body full and creamy, quite nice

t: lovely barleywine flavors, big toffee and caramel malts run alongside sappy pine hops, lots of date and black fig, puckering bitterness with lingering burnt sugar flavors

d: good for an 11 percent beer, and a great barleywine, need to keep an eye out for more bottles of this one

picked up somewhere or another a few months back

Photo of Proteus93
3.35/5  rDev -14.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Bottle #978, picked up here in Charlottesville at Beer Run.

A: Pours from the bottle a reddish brown, but once it fills the glass it is all but opaque. I had to hold it up to light to see anything through the deep red, fogginess. Quite a tight head, almost like a nitro-pour... quite creamy and appears 'heavy'

S: A scent like leather, some dark fruit notes - mostly date, and some burnt sugary notes. Alcohol is certainly there, with a bit of a soft floral/leafy hop presence.

T: Intense... quite rich and boozy, almost leaves me puckering. Granted, I often find the style quite a challenge. Fruitiness, but a tart/bitter quality that is giving it something of a medicinal flavour. This one is a bit tough...

M + D: Thick and sticky, but with enough carbonation to keep it from being gooey and unpleasant. I would need to lay this beer down for at least 6 months and see how age mellows the flavour, but I personally find it far too hot and/or intensely flavoured for my tastes. A very slow sipper, and not one that went down easily at all. I made it through about half the bottle and was done.

Photo of BZero007
4.42/5  rDev +13.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Picked up a couple bottles from Rick's Wine and Gourmet.

Barley Wines is one of my favorite styles and I have to say I was plesantly surprised by this brew. Poured it fresh at a tailgating party for the skins and giants. Honestly everyone enjoyed it even non craft brew drinkers. The color was a slightly dark amber color with hints of a golden hue. The head formed great with a slightly off white color. The aroma was great with citrus hops bit balanced with a sweet malty smell. The taste for me was much like the aroma, balanced. The hops and malt I felt worked well together. The hopps were more in the front as this is a fresh Barley Wine and the Malt helped bring these flavors together. Will purchase a few more to age in the fridge and I am happy that this brewery is semi close by.

Photo of ThickNStout
3.31/5  rDev -15.1%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.25

22oz bottle from ThatCracker (thanks Andrew!). Bottle 571, 2013. Served in a Bruery snifter.

Pours opaque orange brown with a finger and a half ecrue head. A healthy layer of retention leaves plenty of lace.

Scents of orange, pine, earthy herbal notes and some caramel malts.

Lots of flavor here. Orange peel, caramel, pine, earthy mineral, floral bitterness, leather, toffee, hints of prune, something akin to sweet cough syrup and a significant booze kick. Overall bitter and boozey.

Oily, fairly heavy body with mild carbonation. Boozey, earthy, floral finish.

A relatively straight forward American barleywine. Good enough to drink when presented but I won't be hunting any more.

Photo of ksurkin
4.32/5  rDev +10.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bomber, bottle # 99/2007, opened August 2009, from grape & gourmet. pours a gorgeous, dark, hazy copper, with a touch of red, and a solid, half inch, khaki head. aroma is wonderful with huge notes of caramel, burnt toffee, and roasty malts with notes of yellow raisin, and light citrus. flavor is excellent as well with big, creamy, toffee, brown sugar, and molasses up front balanced by bright fruity notes of apple cider, orange peel, and, and berry with a smooth, bittersweet, toffee finish. palate is full bodied, a bit sticky sweet, with solid carbonation and a smooth alcohol presence. overall, a wonderful, underrated, barley wine that is drinking superb right now after 2 years in the cellar. *UPDATE* fresh 2009 bottle - everything that was great about the 2007, but hoppier, spicier, and much smoother. damn, this is good.

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Grand Illumination from AleWerks Brewing Company
87 out of 100 based on 211 ratings.