Red Brick 15th Anniversary

Red Brick 15th Anniversary

Rated 3.375 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Atlanta Brewing Company / Red Brick Brewing Company

Atlanta, GA, United States

Style:  Brown Ale

9% Alcohol by Volume

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The 15th Anniversary ale is Red Brick’s signature Brown Ale. The Brown Ale boasts a list of ingredients, including 7 malts (Victory, Bonnalander, Caramel 40/60/120, 2 Row Barley, Wheat Malt). Hops include Zeus and Fuggle. Aged in Pappy Van Winkle bourbon barrels for 13 months. Our 15th anniversary is here! I know we never say it, but I’m gonna throw it out there: I LOVE YOU. That felt good. I was afraid it would sound creepy, but no - it was good. And as a sign of our love I made you The Red Brick 15th Anniversary Ale. It’s a full bodied brown ale that was aged in a bourbon barrel. It earned the Gold Medal in the 2008 World Beer Cup. (Not that I’m comparing them to you...) it’s high gravity, so be careful: I want this to be a memorable experience for us. Sincerely, Bob - XOXO

ID: 37785 Last updated 10 years ago Added to database 11 years ago

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Overall Rank6410
Overall Percentile86.4
Style Rank103 of 1041
Style Percentile90.1
Lowest Score4.5
Highest Score4.5
Average Score4.500
Weighted Score3.375
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • CYBERCAT 9930 reviews
    rated 4.5 11 years ago

    Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 10 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 9

    Pours a dark, hazy coppery brown with a fairly thick buff-colored head that sticks around for a little bit. Aroma is malty and crispy fruity with a little bit of a brandy-like bite to it. Flavor is malty, woody and a little smoky with a fruity, brandy-ish undertone, a subtle (though sometimes not so subtle) alcohol nip, and a whisper of sweetness. Texture is very smooth, yet tingly and edgy enough so you know that it is indeed beer.

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