Firestone 13 from 2009. Pours jet black with no head. Nose is incredible. Bourbon, cherries, licorice, maple, grapes, sweet candy. Taste is phenomenal. Burnt malts, chocolate, tons of black licorice, a touch of soy sauce, and some really deep dark fruit notes. This is incredibly smooth for a 9-year old barrel-aged stout. This ages so much better than most BA stouts. Mouthfeel is rich, creamy, and viscous. Overall, this is amazing. It's my oldest Anniversary Ale, but I have the rest up to now, so I will post those over time.