Bourbonic Plague from Cascade Brewing

Bourbonic Plague

By: Cascade Brewing

Product Description: Cascade Brewing - Bourbonic Plague - 750 ml Bottle

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  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: American Wild Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 11.50% ABV
  • Region: Portland, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: Complex aromas of dark malts and spices combine with sweet Vanillin and notes of Bourbon. Rich Bourbon, Vanillin and dark fruits with notes of Dates, Oak, Leather and Tobacco dance on the palate. Tart dark fruits and a warming Bourbon flavor finish this off as only Bourbonic can.

What's on the bottle...

This NW style sour ale is a blend of spiced Double Porters that were aged in Bourbon and wine barrels for 18 months before aging on dates and spices for up to an additional 12 months.

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This hand-packaged and bottle-conditioned sour ale should be served at 40 deg F.

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