What’s On Tap: Erik from IncrediBREW!
Bert’s Better Beers’ Draft Pick(s) of the Week:
|Arrogant Brewer||This is our version of the infamous West Coast Arrogant Bastard. Full malt flavor, an alcohol content to brag about and soaring hop character will leave you feeling better than everyone else!||$195|
|Barleywine||The strongest of our beers. Choose from 3 distinct versions: American, English or Belgian. Each is very full bodied, high in alcohol (11%) and packed with the richest of flavors. We recommend cellar aging for 1 year.||$250|
|Wheatwine||Our strongest wheat beer. Similar is style to a barleywine but with generous amounts of wheat malt in place of barley malt. A true sipping beer to be enjoyed with the temperment of wine drinkers. 11% ABV. We recommend cellar aging for 1 year.||$250|
|Big Boy Stout||Take our Russian Imperial Stout and crank it up a few knotches and you’ll get this unforgettable sipper. Our fullest bodied stout for those looking for a complex beer with heavenly roasted flavor and the look of 10w30.||$195|
|Whiskey Barrel Porter||A bold porter recipe but the real kicker is the addition of toasted American oak which has soaked in Tennessee Bourdon for 2 weeks. The result is a rich, smooth porter with a pronounced oak character and a hint of whiskey flavor that will have you bellying up to bar for another.||$195|
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