Cameron's Oak Aged Series: Where The Buffalo Roam

Cameron's Oak Aged Series: Where The Buffalo Roam

Rated 3.225 by BeerPals

Brewed by Cameron's Brewing Company

Oakville, Ontario, Canada

Style:  English Barleywine

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Inspired by the wild plains where thousands upon thousands of footsteps have been taken by a truly noble animal, Where the Buffalo Roam takes its roots in oak bourbon barrels so this barley wine style ale can slowly age and meld with the bold, deep flavours of the quintessential southern drink. With notes of dark fruit and hints of toasted coconut, combined with the sweet and warming flavour of bourbon, Where the Buffalo Roam is a real treat to lay down with after migrating home. We invite you to take this distinct passage travelled by wonderers.

ID: 68629 Last updated 8 months ago Added to database 3 years ago

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Overall Rank15443
Overall Percentile67.2
Style Rank202 of 345
Style Percentile41.4
Lowest Score3.9
Highest Score3.9
Average Score3.900
Weighted Score3.225
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CHOPZ 5480 reviews
    rated 3.9 2 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 8

    Can in a cute little box. Pours a clean rich amber colour with a nice creamy beige top, decent lasting with some good creamy lacing. Aromas of chocolate at first pour with everything going on in there. Then, some caramel, coconut, alcohol, hops and butterscotch. Flavours of the caramel base with hints of dark fruits and some nice sharp hop bite, adding some spiciness. The warming alcohol and bourbon oak lingers. Quite a nice Barleywine that is more hoppy, balancing some of the over sweetness that most have.

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