American Strong Ale

The American Strong Ale is a catch-all style for beers that don't fit within a preexisting category and also have an ABV of 7% or more.

Appearance can vary greatly, but most fall between a light amber and a medium to dark brown. The type of malts and hops used in this style can vary greatly, but one thing is for sure - this beer will not be subtle. With ABV reaching around 20% in the upper range, the malt and hops used to balance the ethanol flavors are going to be intense and complex. Most beers of this style are special releases or seasonal - so be sure to keep an eye out for them when shopping!

Serving temperatures vary widely, but usually either cool (46-54 degrees) or warm (58-61 degrees) is a safe bet. Best served in a beer snifter, a stemmed tulip glass, or even a large wine glass.

Goodwood Brandy Barrel Honey Ale

Beer Style: 
ABV: 
8.70% ABV
Looks: 
4
Smell: 
4
Taste: 
5
Overall: 
4

Goodwood uses casks from some brandy distilling friends to patiently age our Honey Ale – super freaking patiently, actually. Goodwood Brandy Barrel Honey Ale is brewed with locally sourced honey and aged several times longer than our other barreled beers.

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