The Mrs came home with two crowlers. One, an IPA, was wonderful and was her attempt at choosing something that I’d like – and I did. The second, called ‘Junct, I assumed was a take on “adjuncts” but had no idea what style beer it was. Turns out the words “Woodford Reserve” my favorite bourbon, “maple syrup” and “vanilla” all are in the description. An imperial stout no less. I’m in. Shoot, I haven’t even opened the crowler and I determined I’d need to write about this one. So here I am delaying an evening of “Netflix and chill” because just the description of this beer has me hyped up. Let’s check it out.
This beer pours black with a tan head. Carbonation was actually better than I expected as it retreated to a thin line at the edge of the glass. On the nose I find the barrel tannins, vanilla, caramel and a hint of maple syrup. On the tongue there is a distinct richness to this beer – a harmony of the flavors as none is dominating the other – vanilla, maple, bourbon all intertwined ove
Source: Knox Beer Snobs
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