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Drink this: Adroit Theory Maple Whiskey Barrel-aged Blvck Celebration

Curl up with this woody, leathery whiskey barrel-aged imperial porter...and a cigar.
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Photo by Kevin Robie for DRAFT

Photo by Kevin Robie for DRAFT

Cool autumn nights call for this whiskey barrel-aged imperial porter—and maybe a cigar, too. Catoctin Creek whiskey barrels that later housed maple syrup cradled this 9.99%-ABV dark-hued brew for six months, imparting a full whiskey and milk chocolate aroma.  Dark chocolate and soft roast spread into rich leathery tones on the tongue; smoky, woody wisps adorn the silky sip. This small-batch release is just one of three barrel-aged variations of the Purcellville, Va., brewery’s Blvck Celebration Baltic porter; there are also rum- and plain whiskey-aged iterations.  Find them in Adroit Theory’s taproom or on its website,  or call to have them delivered to a Virginia address—one with a leather wingback chair and a box of Cubans, of course.

 


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