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I'm going to try chilling before opening another. Maybe that will relieve some of the pressure.
Sounds yummy, but as we said before, those have been done before in masses by every other brewer. Wasn't Frootwood and Pam aged in maple barrels...
Taste great though. I forgot about your warning before. I won't forget again!
If you couldnt tell, I agree with you
Do you think they knew CBS would be such a great beer before they tried?? Stouts BA are a dime a dozen. Some better than others. I personally...
I just experienced same thing. Luckily I was next to my sink. I never am when I crack my beers open. WHEW! What a mess that would have been.
Louisville total wine has it on website. I have '15s and '16s
I have both and drank last week. They really have kept most of cinnamon and nutmeg. Even without, I think they are a great base
I'd try one right now but after a Bells Mars, and Waldo's, nothing will taste right until tomorrow
Funny, me too. Mine was about 62 degrees from basement. Very good
I have a few '15s left. I'll post soon after I try. I'm sure the nutmeg and maybe cinnamon will fade. Still expect a good taste
No bourbon, but you need to hit Sergios!
I believe these are better after a year. We did a vertical to prove it.
Don't bother. Tried it last night. Didn't work.