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Superb richly creamed top-fermented English-styled barleywine (with plush ruby browned body and well hidden 12% ABV)) brings caramelized dried fruiting to dewy peat mossing and delicate floral spicing. Brown-sugared dried cherry, plum and raisin resonate alongside subtle burgundy, brandy and bourbon licks, picking up candied molasses sweetness. Possibly the best Polish beer marketed in US.

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Rich Polish Baltic Porter brings semi-sweet dark milk chocolate to caramel-burnt molasses sugaring and latent dried fruiting over maple-sapped mocha malting. At the midst, cocoa-dried chocolate resonance picks up dark-roast coffee tones to embitter ashen wood-burnt hop char as recessive prune-raisin-plum conflux and distant pumpernickel, pipe tobacco, toffee, walnut and carob flour illusions soak into the mighty mocha mass.

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