We were anticipating this beer...and it turned out we were all in all correct too. With 11% ABV, it's a solid beer for beer sweethearts that make the most of their peated flavors. The first bitter espresso and chocolate flavors of Hel and Verdoemenis (interprets as Hell and Damnation) are enhanced with the peat, woody, roasty tastes of the remarkable Port Charlotte barrels. The beer aged in these barrels for more than 6 months. About Port Charlotte -  Two miles south of Bruichladdich (Scotland), lies the village of Port Charlotte and remains of Lochindaal Distillery, that ran soul for a very long time somewhere in the range of 1829 and 1929. The vigorously peated Port Charlotte single malts of Bruichladdich are an accolade for the men who once worked this incredible, presently quiet, refinery. The soul is developed in wooden barrels of the first old stone distribution centers in Port Charlotte

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  • Color
    Very dark reddish-black color
Food Pairings
  • Cheese
    Blue Cheese, Gorgonzola Cheese, Aged Gouda
  • Entrée
    Roasted Duck, Oysters, Deeply Roasted Tomato, Pecans, Hazelnuts, Beef Dishes, Char-grilled Foods
  • Dessert
    Chocolate and Vanilla Desserts, Berries, Taspberries, Tart Apples
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