Noyaux from Cascade Brewing

Noyaux

By: Cascade Brewing

Product Description: Cascade Brewing - Noyaux - 750 ml Bottle

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  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: American Wild Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 8.50% ABV
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Tasting Notes: Aromas of sweet Raspberry fruit, Rose Petals, Almond and hints of Vanillin are noticed up front. Tart Raspberries, Oak and a soft Almond note dance on the palate, leading to a finish of rich, tart Raspberries with lingering hints of Almond and Maraschino Cherries.

What's on the bottle...

This Northwest style sour ale is a blend of Blond ales that were aged in Oak Wine Barrels for up to 24 months with fresh Raspberries and Apricot Noyaux.

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This bottle-conditioned sour ale is ready to drink now, serve at 40 degrees F.

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