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Westvleteren Trappist Belgium Flight - 2007, 2011 & 2019Just listed:
Westvleteren Trappist Belgium Flight - 2007, 2011 & 2019 $265.00
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Art B4Yes2021-11-19$1200.00
Wine fridge cellared since purchase. Art is the wine barrel-fermented and aged version of Arthur (1922-2005), our grandfather's youngest brother as well as the name of our rustic farmstead ale. In honor of Arthur, we mindfully blend his namesake beer from French oak wine barrels that have been aged and conditioned for between 1 and 3 years. This is the standard that reflects, redefines and guides the progressive vision for Hill Farmstead.
Madness & Civilization Vintage PackYes2020-03-08$350.00
48 States. Stored cool dry since purchase. MC9 - composed of Barrel-Aged Everett and Birth of Tragedy, nd then conditioned further with coconut and vanilla. Madness & Civilization #10 - Damon—aged in barrels from our favorite bourbon distilleries for over 2 years—and 2-year old barrel-aged Everett, along with a small portion of Genealogy of Morals aged for 27 months in rye whiskey barrels. Madness and Civilization 11 - two-year-old Damon (brewed with honey) and a larger quantity of an imperial stout brewed in honor of batch 1,000. Batch 1,000 (or 1k) is a 33º American-style sweet imperial stout that spent more than a year in bourbon barrels. The beers were then married on organic Ecuadorian cacao nibs and organic Ethiopian coffee beans