Bourbon Barrel Aged Abuse of Stout
Destination Unknown Beer Company
A Note on This Beer
Remember those cheesy dating shows where the host asked guests to describe their perfect day?
The responses were always something sappy and cringe-worthy, like “taking a long walk on the beach while holding hands,” or “petting puppies in a field of wildflowers, under a rainbow.”
Well, I’ll be the first to say, that’s not my perfect day.
Oh no, mine is more like kickin’ back with an action movie marathon, sippin’ on some top-shelf Bourbon, and devouring an entire box of dark chocolate truffles by myself.
If this sounds like your kinda day too, you may want to listen up.
Because the beer-geniuses at Destination Unknown Beer Co. (DUBCO) take all the delicious, indulgent flavors of my ideal day, and combine them in today’s 12% ABV Barrel-Aged Abuse of Stout!
If you want a fridge full of perfect days waiting for you when you get home, you better act fast! Fans are snatching up this limited-release brew faster than Bachelors fighting for the last rose.
The obsession all began with DUBCO’s Abuse of Stout, which is loaded with mountains of real vanilla, cocoa nibs, and a drizzle of fresh honey. Heck, this base beer is so good on its own, it earns a drool-inducing 4.21 UT-rating!
So yeah, craft fans are already pretty infatuated with this sweet-tooth satisfying pour... but what about the whiskey?
That’s where today’s special-release really cranks the dial up to “Oh my god, that’s incredible” levels. The award-winning brewers take the beloved chocolate-drenched Stout and age it for 9-months in freshly-emptied LI Spirits Bourbon Barrels!
The finale is so seamlessly smooth, it’s like a holy marriage between chocolate-decadence and oaky-Bourbon heat.
With this limited-release brew in your stash, you can make any day feel (and taste) perfect - no cheery talk show host or awkward date required.
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I’d drink this again
Pretty nice and chocolately. No barrel really.
didn’t think i’d like it cuz of the honey but i was impressed... def better than the other stouts with honey i’ve had from Tavour