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Insanity - Weyerbacher Brewing Co.

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1,879 Ratings

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Ratings: 1,879
Reviews: 841
rAvg: 4.17
pDev: 11.51%
Wants: 174
Gots: 349 | FT: 15
Brewed by:
Weyerbacher Brewing Co. visit their website
Pennsylvania, United States

Style | ABV
English Barleywine |  11.10% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
A bourbon barrel-aged English-style Barleywine.

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Photo of pdoran10
3.9/5  rDev -6.5%

Pour out a deep caramel amber color into a snifter. Three fingers of off white head that leave a hint of lacing.

Smell is caramel and vanilla with a slight alcohol presence.

Taste is plum and caramel malt. Slight to moderate booze presence. Nice smooth vanilla and roast from the barrrel aging. Smooth, but a bit hot.

Mouthfeel is thick with moderate carbonation. No complaints here.

A bit hot and heavy, but really nice flavors still make this beer a still a winner... tiger blood, Adonis DNA.

pdoran10, Mar 04, 2011
Photo of jayhawk73
4.38/5  rDev +5%

Pours a dark crimson color w/ a caramel head that quickly goes away. The smell is bourbon... and it smells great. Taste of this beer is fairly amazing- never really had anything like this before. Bourbon, cherries, caramel, malt. The taste is like a roller coaster- it takes you on an awesome ride. There's a definite bourbon/alcohol aftertaste to this one as well. But it's not overpowering- and pretty smooth. This one's a sipper at 11.1% ABV, but it goes down pretty easy. One bottle of this will be enough for me tonight. A really nice beer- and one I will pick up again. The taste is really where this beer shines. Cheers...

jayhawk73, Mar 04, 2011
Photo of woosterbill
3.93/5  rDev -5.8%

On-tap at Prime 16 into an Old Engine Oil tulip.

A: Clear deep persimmon body with a half-inch head of fine tan bubbles that recede into a persistent ring. Very nice looking barleywine, especially for an on-tap pour.

S: Vanilla, caramel, candied raisins, bourbon, oak, and some warm alcohol. Just lovely.

T: Follows the nose precisely: bourbon, vanilla, caramel, dark fruits, and a massively boozy finish. A little harsh, but delicious.

M: Fairly lively full body; the ample carbonation goes a long way toward cutting through the sweetness, but prevents the flavor from being quite as mouth-coatingly intense as it could be. Overall, pretty good.

D: As tasty as this is, the heat really takes its toll.

Notes: Great beer, plain and simple. I could have dealt with a bit less booze and (potentially paradoxically, I know) a bit more bourbon. The barrels are clearly there, but their contribution isn't as pronounced as it is in some other BBBWs. Still, this is a great treat, and at happy-hour pricing it's an absolute steal.


woosterbill, Mar 04, 2011
Photo of tone77
2.75/5  rDev -34.1%

Poured from a brown 12 oz. bottle. Has a pretty, cloudy amberish color with a 1/2 inch head. Smell is mostly of alcohol, some fruits are apparent. Taste is strong of alcohol, some malts and fruits, strong tasting. Feels light in the mouth and drinkability is not good. Overall this beer was a bit overpowering for my tastes, alcohol was not well hidden.

tone77, Mar 01, 2011
Photo of Pahn
4.13/5  rDev -1%

On tap at Prime 16 in New Haven. Served in a tulip.

Appearance: Bartender leaves a fluffy one inch head that sticks up above the glass and dissipates slowly. Pours a hazy red orange and leaves big splotches of lacing. Nice.

Smell: Some sweet malt, bourbon, and a small cola-like note. Faint dark fruit and a hint of molasses. As it warms, the same small smoky/roasted note that subtly elevates the flavor comes out in the nose and does the same thing there.

Taste: Lots of bourbon with a sweet caramel malt and bready backbone. A straightforward, simple--maybe even simplistic--but well done barleywine with a strong bourbon influence. Some smoke and chocolate/roasted malt seems to show up in the finish and works great with the noticeable (but not distracting) heat to temper the sweetness of the beer and enrich the flavor.

This is one of those beers you "get" pretty much right away. It may be a big, aged barleywine, but it's not mysterious or complex: it's oaky vanilla, bourbon, sweet and straightforward malt, sufficient bitterness, a little smoke, a little heat. The thing is, everything that is happening in the flavor is contributing something good to the overall experience.

Mouthfeel: Thinner side of medium bodied, very carbonated. I'm leaning toward 3.5 since I would prefer it to be a bit heavier, creamier, and less noticeably carbonated, but unlike many beers of this ABV and style, it avoids any really harmful pitfalls (stickiness, excessive dryness, excessive heat). It's not a memorable mouthfeel, but it's also without any overt flaws.

Drinkability: This beer delivers. I enjoyed spending a good 45 minutes on this 12~oz glass, and won't hesitate to order Insanity again (or pick up a 4pk). Extra points for the well hidden alcohol, and extra praise for generously distributing such a well done bourbon barrel aged barleywine so widely and at a fair price.

It's not really that aptly named, but Insanity is a solid, no frills, well done barrel aged barleywine. I usually want a little more depth, a little more creamy feel from a barrel aged barleywine or stout, but I also usually pay twice the price as Insanity and I usually get a more flawed beer.

(If you're thinking, "Hey, Insanity is $14~/4pk, what do you mean fair price??" this is a quality barrel aged beer for around $.30/ounce, vs say Uinta's Cockeyed Cooper, which sells for around $.60/ounce. CC is better, in my opinion, but we're talking *double* the price.)

Pahn, Feb 28, 2011
Photo of MetalHopHead6
3.88/5  rDev -7%

Weyerbacher Insanity is sweet, vanilla-y, and thin.

It poured cloudy dark brown, like a dirty old penny or muddy pond water. There was no head and it left no lace. The aroma was very strong, even during the pour, with hints of vanilla and a bit of dark fruit. The flavor was sweet, dominated by vanilla followed by booze. The feel was lacking. It slid quickly over the tongue, leaving a slightly odd bubbly feel with nothing that lingered long.

The smell and flavor were enough to make Insanity an enjoyable cold-weather, or after-dinner, sipper; however, it doesn't make enough of an impact to seek out again, or justify the price.

MetalHopHead6, Feb 27, 2011
Photo of elgiacomo
4.1/5  rDev -1.7%

12oz bottle, January 2011 release. Served at cellar temperature.

Pours hazy red/copper with a good off-white head, doesn't leave much lacing but holds a foamy ring and island.

Aroma is bourbon, oak, vanilla, pear, apple, cherries, bread, caramel, toffee, brown sugar, yeast. Good to very good strength.

Flavor is caramel, dark fruits, bourbon, vanilla, oak, some molasses, brown sugar, toffee and a hint of chocolate. Fairly sweet. Minimal alcohol for over 11%!

Mouthfeel is medium to full, smooth, medium carbonation. Mmmm, tasty stuff.

A definite sipper and dessert beer. Alcohol is incredibly well hidden, bourbon aging comes across nicely without being overwhelming. Very nice.

elgiacomo, Feb 22, 2011
Photo of TheSupremeAJ
4.83/5  rDev +15.8%

12oz bottle from Abe;s of Bethlehem. 2010 vintage, non-dated.

A- very nice opaque red/brown color. Full, creamy white head.

S- Very smooth and spicy. Not a tinge of alcohol. Malts are showcased and highlighted by the oak. Caramel and spicy whiskey notes are prevalent.

T- Very traditional barleywine flavor. Doesn't kill the taste buds like some others. A nice sweet tinge that is not overbearing. Rich malt varietals mixed with very nice caramel and oak flavor. Quite a sophisticated offering from po' dunk (http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=podunk) Easton, PA.

M- Very thick and sticky, just how I like my barleywines. Balanced copmpared to many others I've tried. Carbonation is also perfect.

D- One of the best barleywines I've ever had. The drinkability is phenomenal due mostly in part to the oak barreling.

I'm about to pick me up some more and age this puppy... I'm curious to see how it melds!

TheSupremeAJ, Feb 19, 2011
Photo of AlCaponeJunior
4.18/5  rDev +0.2%

Revising this review after having this one about six times so far, loving it every time. I've had lots of 12 oz bottles, and now a 22oz bomber. No changes to my ratings tho.

Average or slightly better looking. A nice red color which is mostly clear*. It didn't produce much head or lacing, but it's still not bad to look at.

Smell is super fruity sweetness, excellent complexities including wood, vanilla and a bit of alcohol.

Taste is an explosion of goodness. Very mid to dark fruity. A nice mixture of maltiness and earthiness also adds to the distinct and delicious flavor of this barleywine.

Almost a wine like quality. Smooth, yet strongly alcoholic and wet, sweet, with a lingering fruitiness. The alcohol isn't really noticed in the taste or feel much, but obviously warms on the way down.

Drinks great. Highly flavorful and smooth, downright delicious in every way. A true shining star amongst barleywines. I love that barleywines come in 12oz bottles**, as that's the size that I'd prefer to have this style of beer in.

Great job on this one!

*From the bomber it was more cloudy, even with a careful pour, but otherwise looked the same.

**I still prefer the 12oz size, if only because 22oz is a bit more barelywine than I'd usually drink on my own. However, the bomber of this stuff was quite easy to finish because it's so good!

AlCaponeJunior, Feb 18, 2011
Photo of legalpete19340
4.13/5  rDev -1%

A: Poured a hazy carmel color with no head.

S: The nose hit me with apple juice upfront and mellower notes of oak and vanilla.

T: Bourbon, cherries, wood, and tons of dark malts and burnt sugar. I get hints of apricot too. The alcohol is noticeable throughout and warms well after each sip. The oak really does wonders to mellow out this beer.

M: Thick and chewy but not heavy. Seemed to coat my whole mouth.

D: For a big barley wine this is pleasant. It doesnt leave me squinting or choking. The oak really smooths out the big alcohol.

Awesome barleywine. Something I never thought I could honestly say. Complex, layered, chewy, strong.

legalpete19340, Feb 18, 2011
Photo of billab914
4.25/5  rDev +1.9%

2010 vintage poured from a 12oz bottle into my Dogfish snifter. It poured a deep caramel brown color with a thin white lacing barely covering the top of the beer. The head retreated to the edges of the glass, where it left just a bit of lacing as I drank it.

The aroma really shows off the woody, oak and vanilla flavors of the barrel. I get a bit of the bourbon but it's pretty mellow and smooth overall. Behind the barrel characteristics I get some of the malty, caramel, barleywine flavors, but they take a backseat to the barrel aging. The barrel aged flavors are very nice overall though.

The taste has a little more of the barleywine flavors coming through. I get some of the sweet malt, caramel flavors up front and a hint of some darker, sweeter, cherry like fruits in the finish. Through it all the woody oak, vanilla and bourbon really integrate and enhance the flavors. Excellent flavor to it overall.

The mouthfeel is on the heavier side with carbonation being low. Very nice mouthfeel fir the style overall. Drinkability was very good, I loved the flavors. They really did a good job with the barrel aging in that everything integrated and came together very nicely. The barrel characteristics had a ton of flavor but also didn't seem to overpower the beer. Very nice beer overall.

billab914, Feb 18, 2011
Photo of rdilauro
2.6/5  rDev -37.6%

I admit I am not a fan of barley style of beers. Once I opened this one, I knew it wasnt going to be any different. The pour was dark and uneventful.
The first sip was over the top... Too much, too much of something, malt, barley, grapefruit.
I am sure this is a beer for some, but really not for me

rdilauro, Feb 17, 2011
Photo of xnicknj
3.78/5  rDev -9.4%

12oz bottle poured into tulip glass. 2011 vintage.

Pours a hazed cherry auburn with burnt hues, frothed head retains well with a layer of film resting on top of the beer and patches of lacing on the glass.

Assorted scents of dark fruit, sweetness, cherries, earthy wood, and bourbon warmth.

Sweetness with candied dark fruit and burnt brown sugar. Earthy wooden notes with vanilla from the barrel aging coupled with plenty of bourbon tones. Fruit sweetness with cherries, raisins, and dates. Caramel and molasses with a light hint of licorice. Finishes warm with a smack of pine hop bitterness.

Full bodied, higher carbonation, prickly and dry on the tongue. Alright drinking, decent bourbon profile present, and interesting flavors. Pretty tasty, but I think I prefer Heresy to this as far as their bal aged beers go.

xnicknj, Feb 15, 2011
Photo of TheFightfan1
4.22/5  rDev +1.2%

I have always seemed to miss the release of this brew. Finally I got a four pack at Trenton Road Takeout.Blithering Idiot in bourbon barrels.

Poured into a snifter.Pours a murky brown with some lighter golden highlights. Nice covering with an off white heading. Decent lacing mid-way but does turn flat through the rest of the tasting. It does start out with an amzing heading for such a high ABV.

Smell is mostly of burnt caramel sugars with a nice syrupy-molasses nose as well. Subtle bourbon notes with a touchdown of vanilla. No real hop presence here.

Taste blew me away.Heavy malty bite from the get go,quickly switched over to a hotter boozey bourbon oak taste in which matches perfectly to a subtle fruity character. Bourbon doesn't scorch the palate but keeps the belly warm.

Mouth is full bodied very alive on the palate for such a high ABV.Very easy going.

All around a solid tasting. Fantastic bourbon touch. I am not a big fan of Blithering Idiot but simply put it in bourbon barrels and age it. Has really done wonders here. Well done.

TheFightfan1, Feb 13, 2011
Photo of jdb8507
4/5  rDev -4.1%

Such an amazing complex beer.

You can taste the bourbon in this. You get the warm-belly but not from overwhelming alcohol, although it is 11%. You wouldn't believe it. It is smooth, yet complex.

A somewhat spicy beer, with the roasted coffee kind of aftertaste you would get from a darker beer, but almost fruity body, but so good. Aged just right. Hints of spice and nuts, roast, and warm bread. Just right.

It'd be insanity not to try this beer.

jdb8507, Feb 10, 2011
Photo of superdedooperboy
4.13/5  rDev -1%

My 500th review. Insanity.

12-ounce brown bottle poured into a snifter glass. Served at approximately 45 degrees F.

Deep amber in color with a tinge of pale brown, showing off a wonderful clarity and a creamy head of beige foam that falls away fairly quickly, forming a thick crown that leaves a few splotchy remnants of itself on the walls of the glass. A swirl of the glass suggests a bit of viscosity, as some legs are visible.

The nose is beautiful, with a lovely bouquet of vanilla, cherry, distinctive Bourbon notes, figs, and white pepper. Absolutely mouth-watering.

Full-bodied and viscous, though certainly not overly thick or rich, with a moderate carbonation keeping the mouthfeel in check. Sweet malt opens up the palate, with notes of caramel, fig, and flan, followed up in the middle by a bunch of barrel-infused goodness, showing plenty of vanilla and woody oak along with fresh cherries and more dried fig. Hop character is virtually absent, showing itself mostly in bitterness, which, combined with the bit of alcohol loaned from the Bourbon barrel, balances the rather heavy sweetness quite well and dries the palate, leading into a semi-sweet finish with a bit of lingering caramel and custard.

As with most big brews aged in whiskey barrels, drinkability is low by default, but that doesn't take away anything from this brew, which shows wonderfully balanced characteristics and a magnificent incorporation of Bourbon barrel aging. The base beer comes through quite well, and the barrel lends just the right characteristics to the beer without being overpowering and without making it too hot, which is often a fault in brews of this nature. Though I've not been impressed with all of the Weyerbacher beers I've had the chance to sample, this is certainly one of the more impressive of the bunch, and along with Heresy, it goes to show the brewery's skill in aging beer in previously-used oak. Very nice.

superdedooperboy, Feb 10, 2011
Photo of mattgreger
4.63/5  rDev +11%

Picked up a 2009 bottle from Capones in Norristown.

From the start of the pour I had high hopes for this brew. It poured a wonderfully brownish/red color. As you hold it to the light beautiful red flecks float and move in the bubbles that flow from the bottom of the brewl. It had a nice fluffy off white head, that capped at the top of the glass, then faded pretty quickly. It did leave a very nice lacing throughout the glass during the drink.

The aroma on this brew was great. Front of the brew has a great foundation, with notes of oak bourbon barrels. Its followed with notes of wine, sugar, vanilla, smooth chocolates and caramel. There is also a bit toasted aroma that comes in at the end as well, which I feel is coming from the bourbon barrels. Its a great well rounded smell. I makes me want to drink it it from the pop of the cap.

As the flavor hits the lips whiskey and bourbon burn hit you like a wall. Its great though, because it then puts a rush of more amazing flavors on the palate. Other great flavors that were found in the aroma come around as well, such as vanilla, caramels, some malts and a nice woody flavor as well. It also has a nice herbal hops in there as well. At the end, the alcohol bit hits again, and gives a nice warming feeling. It balanced it very well.

As many people have said, as well as I have above, a nice, almost hot alcohol feel at the front, but it isn't over kill. It gives you a nice feeling and wanting more. The sweetness of the brew and the earthy mix of the hops give this brew great balance. Its great.

The drink on this brew makes it a sipper for sure. As its name sake, this barleywine is true Insanity. Its a big brew. The flavors come together and give it some great flavors, as well as keeps you wanting more. Other then the high ABV, this brew is great, and I can't wait to get my hands on one again. Great brew by Weyerbacher.

mattgreger, Feb 03, 2011
Photo of beerbully
4.2/5  rDev +0.7%

poured into a tulip glass

A-cloudy dark copperish color 1 inch head that slowly leaves while leaving a substantial lacing

S-oak, vanilla, bourbon, fruit, sugary sweetness

T-sweet, boozy, strong oak/bourbon flavor, hints of vanilla maybe some caramel

M-slick really coats the mouth

D- at 11% ABV one or two will do it, especially with the boozy sweetness. this one is a real sipper.

beerbully, Feb 02, 2011
Photo of CuriousMonk
2.85/5  rDev -31.7%

Poured from 12 oz bottle into a tulip. No date. Pours a dark amber color with a red light; thin creamy head. The aroma is malty, with a touch of vanilla and very light wallnut. Thick body, full malt flavor, very sweet, with sweet caramel and fudge too, a hint of liquorice. Even the final is very sweet, not enough hopped, there is a lot of malt and caramel, some sweet liquorice; the alcohol warmth is too much. Not enough complex, not fully convincing; and the barrel is missing in action. I was not a big fan of the sediments found in this beer, although, I understood its purpose. This beer was definitely not for me.

CuriousMonk, Jan 28, 2011
Photo of BeerFMAndy
4.3/5  rDev +3.1%

12 oz bottle poured into a Bruery tulip. 11.1% ABV, no date.

Thanks to Beerwolf77 for this brew! About time I get to it.

A - A fluffy almond-colored head rises to two fingers, lowers slowly, and leaves thick lace covering most of the glass. Sounds picture perfect besides the ugly muted cedar brown color with no clarity or highlights.

S - Smooth, relaxed notes of oak bourbon barrels lays a foundation for ester notes of light, ripe fruit, almost a tropical mix. Toasted muffin-like caramel malts and gentle English hops play a big role here.

T - Heavily yeasty with toasted biscuit and Vienna and caramel malt. Herbal hops fade in to the background providing some balance and depth but warm, almost hot alcohol seizes the tongue. Very light oak bourbon barrel sweeps through the finish adding a great touch. Notes of wet wheat too.

M - Warm, almost hot alcohol is felt on the tongue as well as in the throat but it's not overbearing. Nice balance of sweetness with alcohol and earthy hops. Sweet still wins out but not cloyingly so.

D - A sipping beer to be sure, Insanity is a fantastic barleywine. Subtle nuances offer great depth. Very nice and, like the Quad, definitely worth getting again and again.

BeerFMAndy, Jan 24, 2011
Photo of rapidsequence
3.88/5  rDev -7%

22 oz bottle. It was $7.99. This beer is a February release and I picked it up last year sometime, so I assume its a Feb 2010.

Appearance: Reddish brown turbid lake water. Off white head fades quickly, but the glass continues to lace nicely.

Smell: Big sweet malt. Caramel and raisins. Vanilla and lots of bourbon. While the bouron dominates somewhat, it doesn't ever become overbearing and is a welcome addition to the beer. Hint of leafy hops, but mostly malt and bourbon.

Taste: Sweet and hot. Warming alcohol burn. While the heat and bitterness from the alcohol is a bit much, it is otherwise pretty interesting and flavorful. An almost candy sweet malt punch with big caramel and raisin flavor. From midpalate to the finish bourbon flavor is strong. The finish has a bit of resiny, citrus hops flavor along with lasting malt flavor.

Mouthfeel: Full bodied of course. Sticky finish.

Drinkability: Its a really tasty beer, but a little too hot tasting.

rapidsequence, Jan 24, 2011
Photo of PBoegel
4.15/5  rDev -0.5%

12 ounce bottle no bottled on or best by date.

Hard to say the age of this beer, I suspect it was 2010 release of the beer but can't be certain.

Appearance on the pour is light amber as it gathers in the glass it is a slightly hazy copper to orange hued amber color with a faint cream colored white foam head which breaks rather quickly. Some signs of lacing as it drinks.

Aromas are maple, oak, touch of vanilla bean hard to pick up any boozy bourbon character which is actually a plus in general in my book, I enjoy that note when balanced with the beer, often it is not though, in this case the barrel context is very subdued. Some earthiness, moss, slate and charcoal notes.

Taste is very polished for a bourbon barrel aged beer. Big oak tones interplay with the caramel malt profile, vanilla and brown sugar, bitterness appears upfront but subsides in the finish which has a deep warming character to it. Nothing terribly hot and certainly not fusel but it lets you know that the beer is strong.

Medium to just shy of full bodied, wood tannins compliment the sweetness of the beer, finish is sweet balanced by warming alcohol.

For a bourbon barrel aged barleywine this beer is very approachable and drinkable, the aroma and flavors are not over saturated and most importantly do not sting of bourbon.

PBoegel, Jan 17, 2011
Photo of Boodoggy
4.85/5  rDev +16.3%

12oz. bottle 2 6oz pours into Lost Abbey Tulip.

A: A warming dark amber hue. No head. A ring of minimal lacing. Appears almost whiskey like.

S: Yes this is what I was looking for. Sweet malted over a barrell. Oak is present and dances with the malt as the alcohol runs up behind. Toffee, caramel and fresh homemade bread are linging in the background. This smells great.

T:Oaky, sweet, malt with a slow roasting. It is good. The barrell plays nicely with the malt and the hops backs it up as the caramel enters. Great balance for this style. Holding it longer on the tongue bourbon flavors come out strong, in a good way. A little warmth allows more flavors to come out.

M: As expected of a barrell aged brew. Low carbination allows the flavors to dance, heavy and playful.

D: Slow and steady I want to enjoy this and drink more of it. The alcohol base is there and plays nicely. Definitely a sipper, great on a cold winters night. If you like the style seek this out. I bought a four pack and will be buying more!

Boodoggy, Jan 13, 2011
Photo of BarrytheBear
4.08/5  rDev -2.2%

Thanks Mason....12 oz bottle to a snifter. Pours rusty copper with nearly no head retention other than some spotty soapy clustered bubbles along the edges.

Smells of vanilla Neko wafers, candy sugar, and toffee. Nothing particularly dominant, but smooth, well integrated, and nice to linger over.

Taste follows nose with vanilla and toffee major players up front, followed by a mildly tannic though slightly understated barrel presence. Alcohol is not overly distracting, but felt strongest as a meaty, warming punch in the chest.

Syrupy low carbonation makes this is sipper, but a contemplative brew none-the-less.

BarrytheBear, Jan 12, 2011
Photo of BeerThursdays
4.03/5  rDev -3.4%

A - Caramel color with a bit of haze. no head, just a think line of bubbles around the glass and coming up from the bottom. Little to no lacing..

S - Sweet smelling brew with a bit of ethanol. Some vanilla and lots oak are present, along with a little bourbon.

T - Lots of malts to this one, caramel maybe? Get a bit of sweetness from dark fruits. Raisins and Prunes. Nice alcohol burn in there, and a bit of hops in the finish. Very well rounded.

M - Lightly carbonated, full bodied, good amount of burn.

D - A bit on the expensive side, and available only sometimes. Definitely a sipper, so a four pack should last a month. Would be good with a cigar after a steak.

BeerThursdays, Jan 11, 2011
Insanity from Weyerbacher Brewing Co.
93 out of 100 based on 1,879 ratings.