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Anderson Valley Bahl Hornin’ Imperial Boont Amber Ale
A beer by: Anderson Valley Brewing Company
from Boonville, CA, United States
Style: Strong Ale
 
Score:
3
ABV:
8.8%
Availability:
Unknown

Reviews:
1
IBU:
55
Last Updated:
11/18/2011 6:24:20 AM
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Beer Description:
Our first Bahl Hornin’ beer was designed to pay tribute to our flagship beer. The recipe is actually the same as regular Boont Amber, just more of every ingredient packed into the same volume- double the hops, double the malts, and double the intensity.

What we ended up with is a bigger amber ale that is velvet-smooth, robust and complex: sweet hints of medjool dates, prunes, golden raisins, and toasted marshmallows are balanced to perfection with darker notes of licorice, leather, and tobacco. The flavor is full-bodied to say the least; the moderate and balanced bitterness of the clean, noble hop flavor gives way to malty sweetness without delay. From its burnt-toffee appearance to its lingering complexity of bitter sweetness, this brew is sure to impress the most sophisticated of palates.

 
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Overall rank33765 of 43775
Overall percentile22.9
Style rank647 of 688
Style percentile6
Lowest score3
Highest score3
Average score3
Weighted score3
Standard deviation0
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