Lost Abbey Deliverance



Nice! Aroma of roasted nuts, molasses, alcohol, and fruit.Pours very dark brown, thick tan head, mdeium body and fairly active carbonation. Dregs all around. Very strong alcohol notes, bitter hops in there too. I really taste the barrels. Many beers have "wood" in the name, but few really deliver like this. Sweet, smooth, strong ale. You can actually eat this beer. Tasted at 60F from the bottle.

COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION:
What is Deliverance and how does one bottle it? Well, it's a blend of Bourbon Barrel Aged Serpent's Stout and Brandy Barrel Aged Angel's Share. You see in Bourbon Barrel Aged Serpent's Stout we have captured the essence of one very evil beer (the Devil's brew if you will). Blacker than the strongest plague and hotter than Hades itself, there's fire in this beer- a veritable cauldron of Bourbon infused beer. Left to its own devices, this would be one sinister liquid.
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Yet, we have tempered this odious darkness with heaven sent Saintly created Angel's Share. And together, these two beers will work in harmony to deliver us on that day.

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