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A Russian imperial stout that's even better with age.
Moo Brew reserved a small volume of its infamous stout—they call it the velvet sledgehammer—in American and French oak for 10–12 months. Once the barrel-ageing process was complete, the barrels were blended back together and further cellared in steel kegs to create the final beer.
Expect a rich, dense and complex palate. Each barrel, through its varied history, imparts unique texture to the stout. It's a complex matrix of high residual sugar from specialty roasted malts, Centennial hop bitterness and an active alcohol vector—all of this somehow masked by the oaked character over time.