The term can be used to describe beers like Imperial IPAs, Russian Imperial Stouts or Belgian Quads, but in practice, the term is used as the general category for Old Ales/Stock Ales and Barley Wines. Aged versions may have a sherry-like quality, possibly vinous or port-like aromatics.
The color may range from rich gold to very dark amber or even dark brown, but not black. Barley wine has an off-white head that may have poor retention. High alcohol and viscosity may be visible in “legs” when beer is swirled in a glass. There are strong, intense, complex, multi-layered malt flavors ranging from bready and biscuity to nutty, deep toasted dark caramel, toffee and/or molasses.
We're aging more than 200 kegs in our cellar right now. Imperial IPA could fit into this style except for the fact that they are defined by an extreme hoppiness.
Our extensive bottle list—featuring cellared beers, hard-to-find bottlings, more readily available bottle-conditioned beers and more—has beers that date back to 2001, and we're even selling beers By the Glass. Strong Ale is a general term used to describe high ABV beers (7% ).
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We’ve gone to painstaking efforts to ensure that our beers are always served at the proper temperature, with the correct pressure and gas mix, in appropriate glassware and by folks who know what the hell they’re talking about. Our cooler has separate zones for lagers and ales and individually regulated pressure on each tap for perfect pours. The only difference between the two is that American Barley Wine has a higher hop profile and English Barley Wines are more defined by their malt flavors.
American versions will have a noticeably hoppy bitterness and citrusy notes.
Depending on aging, the finish might be dry or malty sweet.
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