The Bruery Portified Black Tuesday

The lines of beer and wine are blurred in this blend of a rich imperial stout that spent time in Port barrels. It has the hallmarks of both—aged and dignified on one hand, yet bright and fresh on the other. It's a conundrum for the tastebuds that must be examined time and again. With little carbonation, this bottle can be aged for a spell and recorked after opening for several days to enjoy nips as necessary. John Holl

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  • Rating
    95
  • Alcohol
    17.9%
  • Bottle Size
    500 ml
  • Category
    Barrel-aged ale
  • Date Published
    12/31/2021
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