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Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Man Winter 
 
You've waited so patiently - and now your wait is over. The Bourbon Barrel Aged Old Man Winter - which we have been calling by its codename "Old Dude" - is bottled, and ready for purchase. We will begin selling it online as of this email. It will be available in the brewery at noon on Wednesday 3/28.
There are only 200 champagne bottles of this malty bourbon-infused nectar - and they will be limited to 2 per customer - so don't wait if you want one.

You can order it online here to reserve your bottle - or buy it at the brewery starting at noon on 3/28. We will not be shipping the beer - YOU MUST COME PICK IT UP if you buy it online!


750 ml bottle Bourbon Barrel Old Man Winter
Limit two (2) per customer  
Price: $15 USD
online fee $.50  
About the Beer  
Old Man Winter was a British Style Old Ale, brewed with winter in mind, that weighed in at almost 8% and made with over 555 pounds of malted barley. Old Ales were typically brewed for the winter months, to warm the drinkers against the cold and damp British winters. Cape Cod Beer’s “Old Man Winter” was made in that tradition. A ruby chestnut color, with light carbonation this beer is frequently enjoyed in a brandy snifter or stemmed glass instead of the traditional pint glass.
 
While only 6 ˝ barrels (200 Gallons) of the Old Man Winter brew was produced, 50 gallons of that was set aside in a spent American-made oak bourbon barrel for aging. This barrel had previously been used to age a famous Tennessee bourbon, and had been charred on the inside, as is traditional in Bourbon aging.

The result is a complex beer that warms and satisfies, with hints of toffee and dried fruit from the malt and the yeast; a subtle essence of vanilla and oak from the barrel aging, and a punch from the residual bourbon. Its best enjoyed at around 55 degrees where you can explore all the flavors that it holds.
 
If you don't want to order online - please don't wait long before coming by the brewery..with only 200 bottles available it won't last long.



Cheers,

Todd Marcus, Brewmaster
& the Crew @ Cape Cod Beer
Email: brewer@capecodbeer.com
Phone: 508-790-4200
web: http://www.capecodbeer.com
 




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