Beer Brawl 20 – Line up

Here’s the line up for Beer Brawl 20:beerbrawl20

  • Stone Old Guardian
  • 2007 Simply Beer Barleywine
  • 2009 Bigfoot Barleywine
  • 2007 Schlafly Barleywine
  • 2007 Rogue Old Crustacean
  • Weyerbacher Insanity Changed to Twelve, Because twelve is an American Barleywine

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7 Responses to “Beer Brawl 20 – Line up”

  1. Eric Mangol Says:

    Just tried the Weyerbacher Insanity this weekend and it was great. High octane as well…thus the name.

  2. Simply Beer Says:

    I ended up switch to the Weyerbacher Twelve since the insanity is an English Barleywine and I wanted to keep them all the same style, although the twelve is made with rye, so it is a bit different anyway.

  3. nate Says:

    I took a trip to KC a few weeks ago and drank a bunch of schlafly…the oak aged barleywine was great!

    Is the “simply Beer” barley wine some of your homebrew?

  4. Simply Beer Says:

    Sure was. I’ve been cellaring it for almost 2 years. I bottled half in bombers and half in flip tops. The bombers are awesome, great carbination and flavor that was very well balanced, the flip tops were flat and very oxidized :-(

  5. Michael Reinhardt Says:

    I had some of the Schlafly Imperial Stout after 3 years of cellaring. I just think it’s too hot and not malty enough. The Barley-wine is the better of the two, in my opinion. I’m looking forward to drinking some 2006 and 2007 that I have. Let me know about that Barley-wine. Too bad about the oxidation (beer’s worst enemy).

  6. Gatlin S Says:

    Man, I am so jealous of you folk to the south; if only we could get such a selection in Canada!

  7. Simply Beer Says:

    use your resources. I trade beer with people in the states all the time. I have a bunch of beer that isn’t for sale in New Jersey, but trading works well for me. I don’t know about customs and stuff, but i bet you can find people on the other side of Canada that have beer that you can’t get and viceversa.


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