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THE BRUERY WHITE CHOCOLATE WITH CHERRIES

On tap at Poor Henry’s, luxurious barleywine glazes whiskeyed red cherry tartness with mildly sweet white chocolate spicing as well as wispily serene cacao nibs and vanilla adjuncts. Strong 15% ABV brings loud liquor lead-in to mocha cherry continuance, boasting bustling brandy, bourbon and burgundy profusion. Tertiary bruised orange, grilled pineapple, tannic red grape and dried fig illusions seep into busy mix.

THE BRUERY SO HAPPENS IT’S TUESDAY IMPERIAL STOUT AGED IN BOURBON BARRELS

On tap at Plank Pizza, marvelous bourbon-aged stout displays subtle tone despite heady 14.6 ABV. Creamy chocolate-spiced entry gains oaken vanilla, caramelized rye, sweet sherry, maple molasses, toasted coconut and rum raisin illusions that flourish above hop-charred wood tones. Fudgy mocha insistence outlasts bourbon sweetness while latent bruised cherry, dried prune and sugared fig snips bring dried fruited respite.

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THE BRUERY / JESTER KING BOUFFON SOUR WIT ALE

On tap at Plank Pizza, spicy sour wit ale recipe (in collaboration with Austin’s Jester King) combines ‘bitter orange peel and coriander’ in cultured yeast then gets aged in oak foeders. Mildly vinous green grape esters and eye-squinting orange-peeled lemon tartness receive herbal-wafted barnyard rusticity. Recessive Chardonnay, Granny Smith apple, rosé and oaken vanilla whims deepen its wild ale character.

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