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barrel-aged beers

Like a fine wine …

Taking cues from the world of wine, brewers are blending and aging beers to create fascinating, complex bottles that vary with each new vintage.

From our cellar: 2013 Sun King Bourbon Barrel Johan

Polished aroma and taste signal it’s time to open this canned barleywine.

From our cellar: 2009 Firestone Walker 13th Anniversary

Cherry cordial, creamy vanilla drive this divine treat that could rest even longer.

Lay it down: 2015 The Bruery Black Tuesday

Big imperial stout drinks fine now, but cellar time should make it shine.

From our cellar: 2013 Breckenridge Stranahan’s Well Built ESB

A nearly complete change after 2 years of aging.

As state laws capping ABVs ease, Southern brewers are flexing their muscles with double IPAs, Belgian quads and, naturally, plenty of barrel-aging.

From our cellar: Against the Grain Bo & Luke

Stout’s smoke has mellowed; now sweetness reigns supreme.

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