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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Of Belgians and Barrels at Iron Hill

In 2 weeks from today, Iron Hill once again hosts a Belgian event at their West Chester location. Then, Iron Hill Lovers, get ready to have your hearts warmed in February. After bottling lambics this past holiday season, here comes the next big news from the Iron Hill Family. excerpted from a press release yesterday...
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, the popular food and drink destination with seven area locations, announces Beers from the Barrel, a celebration of Bourbon Barrel-aged Beers, throughout February. All month, each Iron Hill location will spotlight two house brewed beers that celebrate this uniquely American style of beer. "In the past, our bourbon barrel aged beers have only been available sporadically, in small quantities," says Director of Brewing Operations Mark Edelson. "With this month-long event, guests will experience a variety of these special beers, on draught – as long as supplies last!" Featured bourbon barrel aged beers will include: Bourbon Porter, Iron Hill’s award-winning Pig Iron Porter has roasty malt and pronounced bourbon flavors with a nice vanilla aroma, served on nitrogen and sometimes described as ‘dessert in a glass’; Bourbon Russian Imperial Stout, a Great American Beer Festival medalist has a complex malt character and balanced, distinct bourbon and vanilla flavors; Bourbon Barley wine, with intense caramel-malt sweetness and aroma balanced with distinct bourbon and vanilla flavors; Bourbon Tripel, a traditional Belgian-style strong ale with complex aroma and flavor of plums, spice and bananas with a refreshing, balanced bitterness; and well as Bourbon Wee Heavy; Bourbon Baltic Porter; and Bourbon Dubbel.

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