ABV: 9% IBU: --
While it is impossible to find a commercial description of this beer, having consumed copious amounts of it over the last 15 years, I think it can suffice to say this beer is dangerous! The ABV varies year-to-year, as does the flavor, but one thing is for sure, it will warm you upon a cold winter's day. It somewhat defies classification, being called a 'Winter Warmer', 'English Strong Ale' etc., but I consider it an American Strong Ale. I swear there have been years that it was 11%+.
Supplies are limited and even here in the Northwest, it can be hard to come by, depending on where you live and shop. It is always worth getting a few, drinking some, and laying away a few to have during the summer months
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american strong ale
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