Tack beers pack 4x33cl

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Tack beers pack 4x33cl
  • Taste:
  • Tack beers pack 4x33cl contains:

    • Tack'Livet Barrel Aged Barley Wine 14,8% 33cl: Aged in cask from The Glenlivet (Whiskey) distillery. Smell: Sweet and sour and quite creamy nose on baked apples, grapefruit, cinnamon and a hint of chicory. Some chocolate on the horizon. Something like fresh brown bread and even some buttermilk. Taste: Sweet and sour, just like the nose, but with an extra twist: you can taste the apples for which Glenlivet scotch is known and that is nice. Midpalate follows a soft bitterness like grapefruit. The aftertaste is rather short, but it does not disturb. There's still enough for a few sips.
    • Tack'Nich Barrel Aged Barley Wine 14,8% 33cl: Aged in a barrel from Teaninich (Bourbon) distillery. Smell: Sweet nose on rye bread and milk chocolate. Fresh figs and something like baked apples with cinnamon. Sticky, but fun. Taste: Enters fresh and smooth with a medium carbonation. Now tastes a bit like cold stew sauce, chocolate and raisins. The aftertaste is rather short, sweet with a little wood smoke. 
    • Tack'Led Barrel Aged 10% 33cl: Aged in a cask from Tobermory (sherry cask from Ledaig) distillery. Smell: Dark sweet with a lot of wet earth and a smoldering campfire. Coffee, chicory and – don't laugh – caramelized chicory! Taste: syrupy and very mouth-filling with only a slight carbonation, making it almost chewable. Darkly sweet on caramel, coffee, even some butterscotch. The finish is medium long, dark sweet and… sticky.
    • Tack'More Barrel Aged Barley Wine 14,8% 33cl: Aged in cask from The Dalmore (sherry hogshead #3805) distillery. Smell: Sweet and sour nose with some green herbs. Surprisingly herbal. But also delicious notes of raisins and baked pears with some cinnamon. Blood oranges and a light barn smell. Surprisingly different from the Tack'Livet (after all, it is the same basic beer). Taste: Very mouth-filling and round. First, the dark sweet notes of raisins and plums, before gently evolving into bright notes of orange. It is a bit 'darker' in taste than the Tack'Livet. The aftertaste is medium long, very sweet to start because it ends with both a bitter and a sour.
  • Type:
  • Top Fermentation, refermented in the bottle
  • Color:
  • Brown - Black
  • Ideal temperature:
  • 14°C to 16°C
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Johan Tack created in collaboration with the Gulden Spoor, De Feniks, De Meester and De Ranke breweries.



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