From MNBeer: Mister Berg from the August Schell Brewing Company reports that the 7th beer in the Stag Series, stretched the limits of their brewhouse. Each batch of Stag #7 required two separate mashes of over 6000 pounds of malt. 150 pounds of hops were added to the wort during the extended boil. The wort was then cooled and fermented with an American Ale yeast. Finally, the beer was aged for over 3 months. The end result” “An intensely malty and assertively hopped American Barleywine.” Release dates forthcoming. Schell Stag Series #7 Barleywine OG 25 Plato IBU 80 SRM 16 Malt: 2-Row, Golden Promise, Vienna, Caramunich 80, Caramel 120 Hops: Nugget, Cascade Color me jazzed! August Schell's has always excelled at making good, tasty low ABV-brews (something of a lost art, no?), but I have to say I'm really looking forward to this one.