Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Alvine Oak aged...

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Alvinne The Oak Bolleville....$18.99 / 750ml
11% ABV Imperial Stout
"Ale aged in oak barrels"
"The Mano Negra Ale was aged for 6 months in Calvados barrels. These barrels contained Cognac for 10 years and Calvados for 8 years. We found the barrels at a local farmer in the French Contentin." -- label.

Alvinne Cuvee Freddy...$4.99 / 11.2oz

"Flemish Sour Ale Aged for one year on oak barrels" -- label

"Sour Ale made with fresh grapes.  Aged in wine barrels, then blended with stout.  Pretty rare (only 30 cases coming in to the U.S.)" -- importer

Alvinne The Oak Melchior...$18.99 / 750ml
11% ABV
"Ale brewed with mustard seeds and aged in oak barrels."
"The Melchior was aged for 6 months in Calvados barrels.
"A very strong ale described by the brewery as being in the barleywine style. Made with Pilsner, wheat, Munich and aromatic malts, crystallized sugar and mustard seeds, this beer was released in 2005 at the popular beer café Pado in Tielt. Bittered to 60 IBU with Challenger and East Kent Goldings, it is fermented with a Belgian Strong Ale yeast." -- wikipedia

Alvinne Cuvee d'Erpigny....$11.99 / 375ml

"This full-bodied dark ale has been aged in Monbazillac wine barrels for several months.  Ideal as a desert beer." -- label

Rated 95/100 RateBeer
Very Rare.

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