There are 158 products.
Full name: You can't buy happiness but you can buy this barley wine ale and that's kind of the same thing.Collab brew with Alphabet street brewing from Manchester.
Imperial Stout brewed wiith chocolate - caramel and aged in Bourbon barrels
Pannepot brewed in 2014 and aged forc 4 years in different Bordeaux red wine barrels: Saint Emilion, Saint Espteph and Margaux
Russian Imperial Stout brewed in collaboration with La Pirata.
Quadrupel (XXXX) aged for two years on Madeira barrels. Cask strength limited to 3000 bottles.
"Infusion A starts with the base of our Silk Porter and adds to its deliciousness with tasty swirls of chocolate and peanut butter flavor!"
Strong Imperial Stout bottled in March 2015.
Imperial Stout aged in Bourbon barrels.
Barley Wine aged in Craigellachie Whiskey barrels.
Export Porter 1750 aged in Warhead Whiskey barrels
Imperial Stout brewed with Chocolate -#38; Caramel
Imperial Stout brewed with 70 KG of fresh oysters
Altbier brewed with Lapsang Suochong tea.
Imperial Stout brewed in Collaboration with Alvinne - Velka Morava (RU)
the 12 is a quadrupel style beer
Long time boiled barley wine. Brewed and bottled by Buxton.
Long time boiled Imperial Stout. Brewed and bottled by Buxton.
Barley Wine aged on Calvados - Pedro Ximenez barrels.
"This beer has been designed as an old export porter. It has been brewed as undrinkable bitter and then aged in wood for 9 months. The result is a strong dark beer that has a perfect bitter/sour balance"
Barley wine aged for a year in Bourbon barrels.
Imperial Baltic Porter aged in Peated Whisky barrels.
Barley wine aged for 9 months in Port Wine barrels.
Evil Twin Brewing in collaboration with Westbrook Brewing Co. Imperial Stout with coffee, cinnamon, almonds, cocoa nibs, vanilla, and habanero peppers added.
Imperial stout with Pasilla Chili, Honey, Tangerine peel and cocoa nibs added.
Imperial Stout infused with cacao nibs, vanilla beans, oak staves, habaneros - cinnamon sticks.
stout loaded with inimitable flavors of chocolate-covered caramel and coffee and hide a hefty 65 IBUs underneath the smooth blanket of malt.