Gude Greg's Wee Heavy Private Reserve - Berkshire Brewing Company Inc.

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Gude Greg's Wee Heavy Private ReserveGude Greg's Wee Heavy Private Reserve

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93 Ratings
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Ratings: 93
Reviews: 56
rAvg: 3.93
pDev: 15.52%
Wants: 12
Gots: 23 | FT: 3
Brewed by:
Berkshire Brewing Company Inc. visit their website
Massachusetts, United States

Style | ABV
Scotch Ale / Wee Heavy |  7.25% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: Chico1985 on 10-16-2010

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

No notes at this time.
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Reviews by levifunk:
Photo of levifunk
4.27/5  rDev +8.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

updating this review. had it at darkness, but time for a proper review.

a - pour is dark brown with lower carbonation. nice head forms, but dissipates quickly.

s - sweet bourbon! vanilla, caramel, oak, and scotch ale underneath. nose is amazing on this.

t - pretty big bourbon profile. It was a bit hard to drink at first, but as it warmed up, and i warmed up to it, it became much easier. Its not a hot harshness, its just a very strong bourbon flavor. Big malty body and dark fruits. still very good, but somewhat of a letdown from the nose.

m - medium body. solid carbonation.

overall - Its a solid scotch ale. How much you like bourbon will determine how much you like this beer.

More User Reviews:
Photo of Mora2000
3.56/5  rDev -9.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to Exiled for sharing this bottle.

The beer pours an amber color with a white head. The aroma is smoke, leather and tobacco. I get a little bit of caramel malt, but it is fairly faint. The aroma is not bad, but it is not too great either. The flavor is a little bit better. I get a lot of smoke and peat malt, as well as some caramel and toffee malts. I also get a little bit of oak from the barrel aging, as well as some alcohol. Medium mouthfeel and medium carbonation. Decent, but a bit of a disappointment overall.

Photo of augustgarage
3.9/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Big thanks to ShogoKawada for this generous extra - not at all on my radar, though I very much enjoy the style.

Poured from a 22oz bomber into my Gordon Highland thistle.

Pale, clear redwood body with a soft dense creamy half finger of Isabelline. Good retention, lacing, and legs.

Light tobacco, vanilla, and coconut in the nose suggested from the contributions of a bourbon barrel. Somewhat fusel if you inhale fully. Deep caramelized maltiness undergirds these aromas.

Candy apple, toffee, and light cream on the palate...this followed quickly by potent bourbon flavors and a moderate amount of heat. I'm not detecting any hop flavor, and whatever bitterness is in the profile is extremely mild, though the finish isn't cloying.

Creamy, quite warming, with sufficient carbonation.

This style is substantial enough that you'd think it wouldn't be overwhelmed by a little time in a barrel, but all but the faintest peat-like subtlety has been stamped out by the bourbon here. This knocks the score down a little bit for me, but this is a very tasty beer none the less. Curious how it compares to Berkshire Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale...

Photo of SpeedwayJim
3.99/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Jeff (ipa247) for this one. Poured from a 22oz. bomber into a Lost Abbey tulip.

A: Gentle pour yields a 1 finger coarse, off-white head with moderate retention that dissipates into a wisp of white surrounded by big bubbles. Beer is a semi-clear washed-out mahogany. Lacing is stringy and spotty with little stick.

S: Nose is fantastically aromatic and sweet. Notes of liquified cherry, strawberry, and other red fruit. Woody. Vanilla, caramel, brown sugar, and sweet booziness.

T: Very sweet right off the bat. Caramel, toffee, vanilla, and some tropical fruit. Brown sugar and booze creep around in the background. Vanilla and woodiness at the end with a spicy, sweet, hot finish. Aftertaste is caramel, brown sugar, and toffee.

M: Medium bodied and moderately carbonated. Hot. Prickly carbonation on the tongue. Oily and slick on the palate. Silky going down with an accented finish and a lingering aftertaste.

D: This one's definitely for those with a sweet tooth. A bit of heat makes me wonder what the ABV is here. Tropical fruit, vanilla, and subtle oakiness make this one a finely barrel-aged beer. Worth trying.

Photo of telecomz
2.94/5  rDev -25.2%
look: 3 | smell: 4 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.5

A - Dark brown. Light foam.

S - Bourbon dominates everything about this beer. Little malt or wood.

T - Nice bourbon flavor but it overpowers any chance for the oak or malt to come thru. This beer is OK, but might be better with aging.

M - Medium bodied.

D - A little hot. Again, this would be better with aging.

Photo of GuruDel
4.15/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

22 oz split with a friend. Big thanks to Jagger as this was an extra in a recent trade.

A: Pours a nice deep reddish color. Minimal head but pour was soft.

S: nice bourbon right off the bat, I am a Jack drinker so I love this smell. Sweetness follows right after in the form of caramel and toffee.

T: exactly that of the nose, bourbon, whiskey flavor upfront followed with a sweet caramel and toffee notes.

M: decently thick and perfectly carbonated for my likes

D: I would love to drink this again, really enjoyable.

Photo of bum732
4.15/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

S: Heavy bourbon notes, rich maltiness, some smoke, some dark fruit.

L: Murky orangish brown, nice bright egg-shell white head that dissipates.

T: Kiss of bouron followed by rich sweetness. Medium low bitterness with more bourbon sweetness. Very clean with a finish of slight bourbon oak and alcohol.

M: Medium bodied, medium-low carbonation.

A solid beer, one of the better ones i've had from BBC. Not sure how differnet this is to the regular BA scotch, but i really enjoyed this beer.

Photo of largadeer
3.9/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Bomber shared by nickd717. Thanks, Nick. Not sure how this differs from Berkshire's regular BBSA, they seem very similar to me.

Dark cola brown appearance with a small lingering head. Lots of toffee sweetness on the nose, overt bourbon, mild booziness, vanilla. Smells inviting. Tastes quite good, plenty of caramel sweetness from both the barrel and malt. There's a bit of astringency on the back end, light booziness, hints of vanilla and fruit. Mouthfeel is a little thin, but not offensively so. Pretty enjoyable stuff, though the bourbon barrel threatens to overwhelm the base beer.

Photo of claspada
2.69/5  rDev -31.6%
look: 4 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

Bottle courtesy of montrose79 at a recent bottle share.

Pours a fairly clear amber color with a inch or so worth of off-white head. Nothing to crazy here.

Aromas begin with a ton of booze right away along with some sweet fruit notes and dark caramels. There is some oak and vanilla in there, too, along with a bit of ethanol and peaty scotch. Really spirit forward, the only beer quality is the light dark caramel maltiness.

The taste is basically straight scotch barrel. Tons of vanilla with a more moderate/dominant oak flavor. Dark caramel, raisins, light nuts and even some toasted coconut (especially on the back end).

The mouthfeel is medium bodied with medium carbonation, thank goodness or this would be like drinking straight scotch whiskey. Barrel flavors linger/burn on the palate long after consumption.

Overall, this beer is only for fans of straight scotch. The whiskey really dominates the beer, but if you're into that, then it works. While it's drinkable, this is not beer in my opinion. I personally feel that you cannot 100% BA a scotch ale or any beer with such a low ABV because it will just totally dominate the flavor profile. Let leave the barrel aging to the imperial stouts and barleywine going forward.

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

22oz bottle into a tulip

A- pours a nice deep dark red with a 2 finger white head that settles farely quickly leaving a nice rim around the glass. Super thick slow moving alcohol feet on the side of the glass.

S- really sweet caramel malts with loads of toffee and roasted peat malts and bourbon. Defintely some nice oak and vanilla notes in there as well. Slight alcohol as it warms

T- Smooth creamy malts up font followed by a delicious bourbon and peat flavor in the middle of the tongue and finishes off strong with wood or oak and tons of sweet vanilla and more caramel. Also has a nice alcohol finish and fullness.


Photo of cbutova
4.02/5  rDev +2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to Chico1985 for sharing this, a nice beer for sure. Reviewed from notes.

A- Pours out brown with red around the edges. A small light tan head dies pretty quickly. Some spotty lace.

S- A good amount of wood and bourbon, smooth and relaxed feeling. Slight sweet caramel malt backdrop. Light smoke and a good amount of vanilla. Well rounded.

T- Very smooth blend of barrel age influence and Scotch Ale flavor. Like the oak and vanilla. Dark fruit is there and it builds up over time with alcohol to take away from the experience slightly. Some caramel malt sweets.

MF- Light end body with smooth low-moderate carbonation. Fairly warm and slightly oily.

DB- Bourbon flavor forward but fairly smooth and laid back. As it warms it did start to have a medicinal fruit flavor but it was not too offsetting. To me it's like a local version of Backwoods Bastard.

Photo of FunkyMacGroovin
3.11/5  rDev -20.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 2.5

22oz bottle poured into a Duvel tulip.

A - The beer pours a very dark, murky brown, with a bit of light shining through around the edges of the glass. Standard pour yields just under 1 finger of foamy, uneven head that quickly dissipates, leaving a small amount of foam ringing the beer. Some lacing is present, but not much.

S - Three words pretty well sum up the aroma: wood and bourbon. There's a ton of both, and they don't leave room for anything else. Honestly if I were blindfolded and given a glass of this next to a glass of, say, Maker's Mark, I doubt I could tell the difference without tasting them. No nuances here - this one is upfront about what you're getting into.

T - The flavor is predominantly - big surprise here - that of bourbon, and the barrels it came from. I can't find a lot of info on this beer, so I don't know how long it spent aging in the barrels, but I'm fairly confident in guessing 'a bit too long' is the right answer. That aside, there's surprisingly little heat - again, I can't find info on the abv - but if Bourbon County Stout were 4-5% lower in abv, I imagine the two would taste fairly similar in this regard. Even after the beer has been in my glass for 15-20 minutes, I'm still not getting any other flavors. Not that I don't like bourbon or anything, but this is bordering on ridiculous.

M - Medium-full bodied, each sip somehow seems to get more viscous the longer I wait to swallow it. There's a bit of creaminess to be found, which is nice. Compared to the kick in the face that is the smell and aroma, the mouthfeel has a lot of subtlety. Probably my favorite part of this one.

D - I wish I were sharing this with a friend or three. Despite the lack of alcoholic heat, it's still not a quaffable brew, and I'm going to be working on the bottle for a while to come.

If I were strictly rating this as a wee heavy I'd probably have to give it a D. This really isn't a D beer though, and as an after-dinner digestif I think it would be an excellent substitute for brandy or cognac. If you love whiskey and find a bottle of this, it's definitely worth a try.

Photo of ppoitras
4.25/5  rDev +8.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

22oz bottle purchased as a single from Yankee Spirits, Sturbridge, MA.

Poured into a DFH chalice, formed a 1/4" beige head over the cloudy copper burgundy brew. Head recedes to the rim but lasts, with ever-so slow falling lace. Aroma is sweet and boozy.

Taste starts sweet and syrupy, lightly fruity in the middle, and comes on with alcohol and leathery tannins at the close. Slight numbness and more tannin character after the swallow. Mouthfeel is smooth, and drinkability is good for the abv. A fitting brew for the man.

Photo of Thorpe429
3.7/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Served in a mini snifter. Reviewed from notes.

Pours a medium brown color with a big of a copper hue. Off-white head and a bit of lacing. The nose carries a bit of bourbon plus a nice bit of sweet malt. Caramel and slight dark fruits plus a tad bit of vanilla. The flavor balances the bourbon and malt sweetness well enough, though there isn't as much complexity as I'd like to see. Body is medium with a smooth finish. Pretty good, though nothing took it to the next level.

Photo of jlindros
4.29/5  rDev +9.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a very light fizzy head covering over murky molasses brown colored beer.

Nose is similar to the last scotch ale, lots of sweet dark malts, plenty of molasses, brown sugar, and caramel. Plenty of bourbon in there as well, not heavy bourbon, more like light fruity bourbon. Light oak and woody esthers, and juicy overall.

Taste has a light boozy taste, and lots of bourbon hitting first. A slight warming and tingly booze but not much. Lots of bourbon, again the lighter sweet fruity bourbon. Also oak and woody esthers, following the nose closely. Some sweet malts, creamy brown malts, plenty of caramel and brown sugar, light toffee, and even some toasty malts. SOme light raisins and chewy fruits. A very slight hint of chewy smoke as well. I do get just a hint of oxidation though. Towards the end a light bitterness comes through, with a nougat like sweet hop flavor. Also with a fairly sweet finish still, and lots of lingering malts, caramel, light oak, and plenty of bourbon that seems to linger forever.

Mouth is heavier bodied, but not very thick, very slightly syrupy but mostly smooth, and lower but decent carbonation.

Drinkability is pretty good, it does have some light boozy warmth and light tingle, but a pretty smooth drink. Some sweetness too, and a drier finish would have been a little nicer, but perhaps some aging in the bottle will take care of that. The looong bourbon finish is really nice too.

Photo of AgentZero
3.53/5  rDev -10.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A - Brown colored beer that reds on the edges with a small, off-white head that left some stick on the sides.

S - This smells exactly like one would expect a scotch ale to smell in bourbon barrels. The base beer is evident, and the whiskey consists of nice vanilla, bourbon, and vanilla.

T - Tastes like a scotch ale, with bourbon added to it. Caramel and vanilla are the most prevelant flavors. It tastes "scotch" on the finish.

M - Smooth and creamy, medium bodied.

O - I don't really like this style of beer at all, but this is a great example of a BA Scotch Ale. Don't expect me to drink it again though.

Photo of OWSLEY069
4.32/5  rDev +9.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a hazy orange-ish to brown color, with a light tan head. In the aroma, oaky bourbon. In the taste, starts with a nice malt, then to oak, then it ends with a big bourbon presence. A smooth and medium bodied mouthfeel, with a small dry malty aftertaste. Like drinking bourbon and pretty mich hides everything else, that being said, I still really enjoyed it.

Photo of smcolw
3.58/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Deep brown color where light shines through. Good starting head; it settles to a single layer of bubbles but leaves a coating

Very strong smell of, dare I say it, Scotch. I have never smelled this in a beer before. Lots of alcohol to the nose. Slightly sweet from a touch of caramel. Otherwise, blindfolded, I might think this was a Chivas or a Glenmorangie.

Lots of vanilla and alcohol. Slightly sweet, the flavor quickly succumbs to an alcohol bomb--too much. No notable hop and the malt is mild with a water chocolate touch.

I'd call this beer a way heavy.

Photo of womencantsail
3.66/5  rDev -6.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thanks for the tick, Mihir.

A: The pour is a clear amber color with a finger or two worth of off-white head.

S: Not a very pleasing nose. Lots of booze is noticeable right away along with some sweet fruit notes and nuts. There is some oak and vanilla in there, too, along with a bit of a solvent/paint thinner aroma.

T: Lots of -bals on this one. Tons of vanilla with a more moderate wood flavor. Caramel, nuts, and even some toasted coconut (especially on the back end).

M: The body is medium and so is the carbonation. No complaints here.

D: This one is for big time -bal fans. The whiskey really dominates the beer, but if you're into that, then it works.

Photo of phiberoptik
3.7/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Thanks Jason for the taste. In the future, I would like to do a side by side comparison with this and an ounce of bourbon that has been sitting in ice for a half hour!

Pours brown with some amber hues when held to the light. Appeared rather clear to me with a very low white ring of foam.

Smells of bourbon. Pure watered down bourbon. Per Urbancaver, Scottish Ales are a lighter style and easy for the bourbon to overpower it. Yes, yes it did.

The taste is bourbon first as you would expect, sweetness from the malts in the middle, with hints of maple syrup as well.

Light bodied and low carbonation. Very much light bourbon and soda where the ice has melted.

I like bourbon notes so I gave this some accolades where maybe it was a bit overkilled. If you like bourbon, this is a must-taste for you.

Photo of AndyAvalanche
3.93/5  rDev 0%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22 oz. bottle poured into a Duvel Tulip Glass. Comes out as a mahogany chestnut color. An off-white/tan colored head with many different size bubbles reveal themselves during the pour. It sticks around for several minutes. Not much lacing from the head, however each sip, the liquid clings onto the glass the way back down to the pool of the rest of it. Pretty good looking, slightly better than the average of the style.

The smell was pretty good, but for a Wee Heavy (especially a Bourbon Barrel Aged Beer) it was a little underwhelming; not to say there's not a lot going on. Certainly starts off a little boozy. Bourbon whiskey starts it off, a little woody, oak I guess. A little sweetness added with slight hints of vanilla. So overall the smell is good, but it lacks strength.

Where the smell lacks, it makes up for in the taste. Again it starts off very strong with the boozy aspects. Bourbon comes right out at you. Vanilla oak comes out at you again. Hints of maple and brown sugar for a little extra sweetness. Has some slight liquor taste of dehydrated dark fruits like glazed dates and figs, also ends with a slight coconut flavor. Malts are pretty standard, caramelized; the only thing it really lacks are peat malts. I love scotch ales/wee heavy's to have a smokey flavor (and smell). If it had that I'd probably give it a perfect score. It's very good with slight room for improvement.

Mouthfeel is good, not sure of the ABV, but it bites at you slightly. It has a good carbonation level overall too. There's a slight buttery feel to it as well. It's pretty drinkable, but more of a slow sipper in my opinion. I think this would appease to the liquor fans who are trying to get into beer. Overall I like the beer quite a bit. I'm a fan of the style and this is a unique version of it that I wouldn't hate seeing more of in the future.

Photo of ZX6Chris
3.85/5  rDev -2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks domtronzero!

A-Pours a cola color with a small frothy white head that settles quickly.

S-I get a nice smoky, peaty aroma , caramel malts upfront and maybe some alcohol in the back.

T-Sweet, oaky, peaty, malty.

M-Light to medium bodied, very smooth(my mouth is enjoying this feeling) and lightly carbonated.

D-Easy drinker because of the awesome mouthfeel.

Photo of Gosox8787
3.6/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Presenatation: 22 oz. bomber bottle poured into my Portsmouth Brewery tulip. Thanks to monsterzero for this awesome extra.

Appearance: Caramel brown in color with a one and a half finger beige head.

Aroma: The bourbon definitely hits here. There is definitely a little heat here too. Caramel and toffee sweetness are present here too, with a bit of smoke from the peat.

Taste: The bourbon really is strong here. With the light caramel backing, the bourbon is really allowed to come out. My only concern is that it is really sweet, almost cloying, and the bourbon is pretty much the entire flavor. Tastes more like bourbon than bourbon barrel aged beer in my opinion.

Mouthfeel: Medium to full bodied with enough carbonation to take a little edge off the heat. A tad syrupy.

Drinkability: The heat definitely takes away from this to me. The alcohol is not really well hidden and the fact that the bourbon dominates makes this worse.

Overall, an interesting beer and definitely a bourbon bomb. I enjoyed the caramel and bourbon interplay enough, but not something I would seek out again. Could definitely benefit from added cellaring.

Photo of Chico1985
4.12/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Since this was released almost a week ago, I'm surprised this beer wasn't added. Bomber split last night with cbutova, also had this on-tap at the release.

Pours very dark see-through red, bubbly off-white head turns to ring and slight cap. Leaves some lacing.

Great smell. Caramel, bourbon, vanilla, maple. No booze detectable.

Taste very much follows the flavors of the nose, very sweet, rich and malty. Notes of toffee, light fruit and grass also present. Not really getting smoke. Bourbon is well integrated but alcohol is a little overpowering, especially towards the end. A great tasting beer that could use some cellar time.

A bit overcarbonated for the style to me, I'd prefer more thickness but it's not bad for a 7-8% beer.

Very good barrel-aged scotch ale, interested in seeing how a year or so treats this beer. I'm finding that bourbon barrels compliment barleywines, scotch ales and old ales much more than stouts in my opinion.

Photo of ToasterChef
3.79/5  rDev -3.6%
look: 3.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

I received this bottle as a gift from Dave from the Great Lost Bear back when it was released. I probably should have opened this beer before now, but oh well. Better late than never.

It has been cellared since I took ownership and I've poured into a pint glass.

The beer has a dark ruby color with lots of clinging carbonation. Holding the beer up to the light reveals its perfect clarity, but in a low light setting, it's hard to see through it. There is a decent amount of grey foam on top that settles down to a skim. No lacing on this glass, despite me giving it a hot water rinse and dry before pouring. Swirling leaves patchy foam.

Big bourbon aromas emanate form this beer. I could smell them as soon as I popped the cap. The aroma took me by surprise; after two years, I would think the aroma would have mellowed. I can smell, peat, toasted oak, smoke, and warming alcohol. Malty sweetness is very subtle. In a blind smell test, I think I would mistake this for a glass of straight whiskey. The aroma seems appropriate for a fresh bourbon barrel-aged beer, so I've docked half a point for the lack of mellowing.

Where the nose may be a bit overpowering, the flavor profile is really well done. There is plenty of bourbon flavor, but not so much that you would mistake this as anything but a barrel-aged beer. It begins with a nice sweetness—velvety toffee and cherry flavors. Crystal sugars mix in before the bourbon makes itself known. It has mellow alcohol, smokey peat, and oak. These bourbon flavors linger on after swallowing. I was afraid this beer would still be quite hot, but it has mellowed into an interesting, balanced ale. The cherry flavor did catch me off guard. It may have a slight tartness, but I don't think this beer is showing signs of infection.

The beer is a bit stickier than I would have liked to have felt. A noticeable coat remains on my lips and throughout my mouth. The coat holds onto the sweet flavors; very little of the bourbon remains. The alcohol does provide some warmth as I swallow.

This is good wee heavy that is tending towards great, but misses the mark slightly. Maybe it would have been better if I had opened the bottle sooner, but I'll never know. I will enjoy what I have left to drink though. If you get a chance to try some (and you're a fan of the style), I'd got for it, but I wouldn't go as far as trading rare beers known to cellar better than this one.

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Gude Greg's Wee Heavy Private Reserve from Berkshire Brewing Company Inc.
88 out of 100 based on 93 ratings.