A barleywine-style ale made with fifty percent wheat malt, or what we at New Holland call a wheatwine. Pilgrim’s Dole blends warming and slightly sweet flavors with a unique caramelized character. (Description provided by company)
A Wheatwine is similar in strength to an American Barleywine, but is generally brewed with much more wheat in the malt - around 50%.
The wheat gives this style a smooth mouthfeel, a full body, and a moderate to high malt sweetness. Ranging in color from gold to a dark amber, this style generally has a lower hop bitterness than a Barleywine, although the ABV is around 10%.
Best served at cellar temperature, 55-57 degrees, in a beer snifter, stemmed tulip glass, or a large wine glass.
An American Strong Ale/Barleywine with a huge dose of wheat, Vern’s is sweet, potent, and full-bodied with a soft mouthfeel. Notes of caramel, molasses and dark cherries abound in this lightly spicy and complex beer. (Description provided by company)
White Oak is an equal blend of two beers. A wheat-wine aged in Bourbon barrels (we call it "White Oak Sap") and our Belgian-style Golden Strong Ale (Mischief) join eachother in a delicate dance of flavor and character before we package the final product.