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Drinking Through Time with Resurgence Brewing’s Imperial Sponge Candy Stout

If you’re going to plan and properly execute a five-year beer vertical, you need to choose the right beer and the right beer style. You need a bigger, higher alcohol beer that will stand up to aging (depending on how … Continue reading

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12 Gates Dissolution: A Baltic Porter by Name, Taste and Definition

By definition, Baltic Porters are traditionally high in alcohol and robust in taste, a pair of descriptors perfect for 12 Gates Dissolution Oak-Aged Baltic Porter, a tasty 9.6% Baltic Porter aged one year on bourbon oak. Dissolution, now in its … Continue reading

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Five & 20 Up Their Barrel Aged Game with Barrelywine

Five & 20 Spirits and Brewing, Westfield’s brewery, distillery and winery hybrid, has come a long way with their barrel aged beers. To date, their BA offerings have been hit or miss. I’m by no means an expert, but I’ve … Continue reading

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Five & 20 Brewing ups the ante (and ABV) with new barrel aged beers

As temperatures lower, beers tend to get darker and a hell of a lot stronger. Case in point – barrel aged beers. Well, Five & 20 Spirits and Brewing apparently received that memo and have released the first of their ‘Tier … Continue reading

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