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Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout

Barrel-aged Narwhal

The mysterious beast grows more intense.

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The Details

Deep in our barrel room, out of light's reach, our legendary Narwhal Imperial Stout rests in bourbon barrels for nearly a year. After aging, it emerges anew: rich with notes of oak, vanilla and coconut layered onto the Stout's malt flavors of dark chocolate and espresso. Enjoy this beast of a beer.

Malts

Malts

Two-row Pale, Caramelized malts, Chocolate, Carafa III, Honey, Roasted Barley

Hops

Hops

Challenger, Magnum

Yeast

Yeast

Ale Yeast

Brewing is as much art as science, and all beer specifications and raw materials are subject to change at our brewers' creative discretion.
11.9% Alcohol by Volume
55 Bitterness Units
23.9° Original Gravity
6.0° Finishing Gravity
370 Calories
30g Carbohydrates
4.5g Proteins

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Choosing Beers to Cellar

Most beer we drink fresh to experience the bright, complex flavors. Some styles of beer, though, improve with a bit of ageā€”not unlike a fine wine. Prime candidates include beers that are high in alcohol (e.g. Bigfoot Barleywine) and those with a moderate amount of roasted grains (e.g. Narwhal Imperial Stout). Over time, oxygen sneaks into bottles and changes beer flavors, adding notes of sherry or port wine and smoothing out harsh alcohol flavors. For the best results, vintage beers should hibernate in cool, dark places.