Adam from the Wood 2015 from Hair of the Dog Brewing

Adam from the Wood 2015

By: Hair of the Dog Brewing

Product Description: Hair of the Dog Brewing - Adam from the Wood 2015 - 12 oz Bottle

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  • Size: 12 oz Bottle
  • Type: Old Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 12.00% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

ALPHA - OMEGA - EARTHY - AGED: Made with Organic Pilsner, a variety of specialty Malts and Northwest grown whole hop flowers. This beer has been aged in Oak Barrels for at least 3 years. It has no carbonation, but it has developed wisdom and complexity only achieved with time, as well as notes of Coco, Soy and Plums.

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