CCBs new 110 k + ot - batch six

Discussion in 'South-Atlantic' started by Lare453, Mar 16, 2013.

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  1. Lare453

    Lare453 Meyvn (1,312) Feb 1, 2012 Florida
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    tell me this doesn't sound delicious!

    Today we're brewing the SIXTH installment into our always abrasive, always loud, always intense series known as 110K+OT. This one looks to be quite the beast: an English-style Imperial Stout with raspberries and aged in port barrels. Stew on that one for a bit. It'll be months before it's released, which will only give you time to prepare for this epic destroyer of worlds.
     
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  2. badboy7113

    badboy7113 Devotee (437) Jan 19, 2011 Florida
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    Yes please!
     
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  3. 7clutch

    7clutch Aspirant (210) Sep 14, 2012 Florida
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    Is it me or has everything they've barrel aged in the past year or so been insanely awesome? Can't wait for this and Campeador!
     
  4. strangebrew321

    strangebrew321 Disciple (313) Feb 18, 2009 Indiana
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    Cigar City barrrel ages with the best of 'em. Can't wait to pour this one into my snifter.
     
  5. Lare453

    Lare453 Meyvn (1,312) Feb 1, 2012 Florida
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    What's campeador?
     
  6. Ravenacht

    Ravenacht Aspirant (200) Aug 10, 2012 Florida
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    Lare453 Meyvn (1,312) Feb 1, 2012 Florida
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  8. joshodonn

    joshodonn Initiate (108) Jan 21, 2011 Florida

    i got to try a sample of this out of the fermenter a couple weeks ago... they had just added the raspberries a day or two prior, and it was absolutely delicious...
     
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  9. 7clutch

    7clutch Aspirant (210) Sep 14, 2012 Florida
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    It will most likely be barrel aged. I'm assuming it will be an imperial stout or strong ale. I'm pretty positive it is yet to be brewed and know for sure that at the very least it hasn't been barreled. From what I heard (and there isn't anything here definitive, just what I heard from a good source), there's a chance there will be a lot more to go around whenever it is released. And I don't remember well enough what I was told about whether or not it would only be at Knightly Spirits again. Take this all with a grain of salt of course, I could be totally wrong, but it sounds like the beer will be barrel aged and more abundant, which are two very awesome things to hear.
     
  10. raczkowski

    raczkowski Disciple (322) May 16, 2011 Florida
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    Wonder what the target release date is? Wouldn't think they would release this same time as Zhukov. Maybe it's released around the time sweet stout was last year which was mid October?? Either way impinged about this one. Love me some fruit stouts. And BA is the cherry on top.
     
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  11. gunhaver

    gunhaver Initiate (0) May 27, 2007 Florida

    with barrel-aged beer we never target a release date, we just keep trying it until we think it's ready to go
     
  12. raczkowski

    raczkowski Disciple (322) May 16, 2011 Florida
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    damn...i cant afford another release from you guys! i am trying to get on a beer budget but every month you guys come out with something else that is "must have." meanwhile, i am on my second beer fridge to use as a permanent temperature controlled cooler.
     
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