Tag Archive for Alcohol of 10.50%

Viscosiraptor

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Beer #3570 is a barley-wine style ale brewed by Big Shed Brewing Co. in Royal Park, South Australia. Although boozy at 10.5% it doesn’t come across that way. Treacly, malty, sticky sweet on the tongue, dark fruit bringing up the…

Cookies & Cream Dessert In A Can

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Beer #3503 is an imperial stout brewed by Amundsen in Oslo, Norway. A sweet and creamy Imperial stout with an impressive 10.5% ABV that is hidden well except for a comforting warmth. Chocolatey and biscuity, dangerously drinkable. The bottle size…

Boss Hop

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Beer #3460 is an indian pale ale brewed by Bacchus Brewing in Queensland, Australia. A wonderful hazy imperial IPA, thick tasting, almost pulpy (except it’s all hops and no fruit in there), sweet malt, super juicy, tropical tasting, quite bitter.…

Criminally Bad Elf

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Beer #3292 is a barley-wine style ale brewed by Ridgeway in Oxfordshire, England. A dangerously drinkable barley wine style ale, sweet toffee, low bitterness, fruity. The 10.5% just isn’t an issue (until after you’ve drank the whole damn thing). The…

Path of the Ryteous Man

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Beer #3263 is a dark ale brewed by Bacchus Brewing in Queensland, Australia. Admittedly more appropriate for Pulp Fiction than The Hateful Eight, this is still a great followup beer and a great accompaniment to a terrific movie. Dangerously drinkable…

Pecan & Maple Pie Dessert in a Can

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Beer #3050 is a chocolate stout brewed by Amundsen in Oslo, Norway. A silky and syrupy dessert ale, very sweet and liqueur-like, it gives off the aroma of maple syrup and pecan when the full-aperture lid is pulled open. Taste-wise…