On tap at Morris Tap & Grill, complex weizenbock aged in whiskey barrels picks up leathery oaken tannins to redirect brown-sugared dried fruiting and caramel-spiced toffee malting. Chewy raisin-prune-fig tenacity, sweet banana breading and molasses-caked spicing flourish beyond dewy whiskey tones.
On tap at Cloverleaf, hybridized weizenbock/ brown ale (8% ABV) lets subtle floury carob pod influence get aged on Madagascar vanilla beans above mildly creamed caramel malting. Bittersweet chocolate-vanilla conflux stays moderate as distant Bailey’s Irish Cream Coffee, Irish whiskey, cacao nibs, earthen truffle and plummy raisin illusions dry out at the chalky mocha finish.
Completely relaxing bourbon-barreled weizenbock blends seductive Jim Beam whiskey sweetness into mellow Cognac warmth, picking up vanilla-creamed sugaring as well as bruised cherry, purple grape, orange marmalade, sugarplum and fig illusions. Subtle marshmallow, pecan, cocoa and praline undertones recede to liqueur-like alcohol kick that punctuates sweet bourbon imprint.