American Barleywine Ale on Tap — The West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault announces the release of its May, 2019 Barleywine! Get it on tap now!
Why is Barleywine Strong? The West Palm Beach Brewery used a French oak wine barrel to age the beer in, to create this amazing American Barleywine. It weighs in at 9.4% ABV and was made with real blackberries. “It’s a wonderful Barleywine” says West Palm Beach Brewery owner John Pankauski, who is quick to point out it is not your “normal” fruit beer. “Since we make so much wine out in California, getting high quality French and American oak barrels is easy. We want to offer new and different craft beers; and this American Barleywine is one example. This is worthy of aging in your cellar.”
Strong Ale on Tap Look for more barrel-aged craft beer by Pankauski and Chief Brewer Joel Kodner, who traveled to Santa Barbara over a year ago to visit area breweries, including BarrelWorks of Firestone Walker https://www.firestonebeer.com/visit/buellton.phpin Lompoc, California. Pankauski likes the idea of offering limited production barrel aged beer which are worthy of aging, and your cellar. Look for food pairings https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-food/ with these Florida craft beers from the brewery’s restaurant. Brewery owner Pankauski does not use additives or extracts to make his craft beer in his Palm Beach County micro-brewery. “We only use real, natural ingredients. No short cuts. If you smell or taste peanut butter, it’s because we used real peanuts. If you experience a hint of vanilla, that means we used top quality Madagascar vanilla beans. For our barleywine, we sourced the finest blackberries.”
West Palm Brewery’s Secret to Great Craft Beer The West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault is independently owned + operated and does not distribute. Its business model and concept is simple. This Florida craft brewery offers the “holy trinity” of artisan food with locally sourced ingredients, craft beer made on the premises and served in its tap room, and super-premium small lot wine from Napa’s finest vineyards. The West Palm Beach Brewery is located at 332 Evernia Street, just east of the Go Brightline Train Station http://www.goBrightline.comand just north of CityPlace, http://www.CityPlace.com , now known as Rosemary Square and the Palm Beach County Convention Center https://www.pbconventioncenter.com/and the Hilton Hotel. https://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/florida/hilton-west-palm-beach-PBIWPHH/index.html
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