Minnesota Winter Brews

Lift Bridge Brewing Co. – Commander Barleywine

Lift Bridge Commander Barleywine // Courtesy of Lift Bridge Brewing Company

Lift Bridge Commander Barleywine // Courtesy of Lift Bridge Brewing Company

From Lift Bridge:

Named after the Commander grain elevator in downtown Stillwater, our English-Style Barleywine is aged in bourbon barrels and features heavy amounts of malts and subtle, sweet Cardamom. Bourbon, oak, vanilla, citrus and a sweet spiciness provide flavor notes to the 12.5% warming alcohol. Enjoy the day after Thanksgiving, at family gatherings, or anytime you’re looking to make a great first impression. Enjoy with a fine cigar or with turkey, stuffing, nuts, dried fruits and aged cheese. Ranked in the Top 15 English Barleywines in the world on Beer Advocate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lift Bridge Brewing Co. – Biscotti Ale

Lift Bridge Biscotti Ale // Courtesy of Lift Bridge Brewing Company

Lift Bridge Biscotti Ale // Courtesy of Lift Bridge Brewing Company

From Lift Bridge:

Delight your senses with this holiday concoction of Biscotti malt, local honey, vanilla, anise and grains of paradise. Inspired by the Italian Christmas tradition of baking biscotti cookies, this delight to the senses is best enjoyed with family and friends and should be served in a 12 ounce footed glass and allowed to warm to 50 degrees for maximum enjoyment. Pairs well with cheese and honey, as well as ice cream and cookies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Lift Bridge Brewing Co. – Silhouette Russian Imperial Stout

Lift Bridge Silhouette Russian Imperial Stout // Courtesy of Lift Bridge Brewing Company

Lift Bridge Silhouette Russian Imperial Stout // Courtesy of Lift Bridge Brewing Company

From Lift Bridge:

Black as a moonless night and brewed in the style of a Russian Imperial Stout, this complex beer’s notes of coffee, roasted malt, rich toffee and black licorice meld with an intense roasted character to provide a complex, rich and full bodied beer. It’ll warm the senses on a cold winter night, or anytime you decide to let a little darkness in. Pairs well with cave aged blue cheese, dark chocolate and cherry chocolate cake.

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