On tap at Ambulance, waywardly off-center bourbon-aged amber-browned eisbock brings spiced tea pleasantries to dry bourbon-toned oaken vanilla musk. Slightly sour lemony cider stead, vinous Flanders Red Ale-like oaken cherry tartness and mild Sancho peppering contrast indistinctly winterized orange-peeled coriander-nutmeg-cinnamon sweetener just beyond the fusel alcohol burn.
On tap at The Oath, curious bourbon-aged brown ale brings lightly creamed chocolate-soured vanilla esters to Hillrock Estate bourbon sweetness. Ancillary black cherry, fig and date notions swirl below stylishly mellow and strangely soy-soured (8.5% ABV) strong dark ale.
Finicky bourbon sugaring affects sweet caramel-toffee-vanilla conflux as well as dried wood base. Tertiary black cherry, black grape and fig notions fade into the backdrop of stylishly moderate sedation.