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BarleyWine Beer on Tap at West Palm Beach Brewery


The West Palm Beach Brewery has started a cask program and craft beer fans love it.  That’s right, a barrel aged, barrel-influenced beer program for limited production craft beer at this downtown brewery.  Learn more about their BarleyWine beer, which is, after all, a beer !

  • Cask Beers at Brewery  “We always wanted to create a cask program of limited production craft beers” says West Palm Beach Brewery owner John Pankauski.  And he should know.  He’s a wine guy who has been making wine in California.  He buys a lot of french oak barrels each summer for barrel aging his top flight Pinot Noirs from the Sta Rita Hills in Santa Barbara County  http://www.staritahills.com/ and his “best of class” Grenache and Syrahs.     “We also purchased 6 barrels of outstanding Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from 2018, harvested before any fires or smoke.  The barrel samples and quality are outstanding.  This ‘18 Napa Cabernet will rest gently in 1 year French Oak barrels and brand new French Oak barrels.”  But enough about the great wine at this brewery’s wine bar and retail store, where they offer over 50 limited production, super premium wines https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-wines/   you simply can’t find anywhere else.  Let’s talk about craft beer at this independently owned and operated downtown brewery that just turned 1 year old.  Let’s talk about BarleyWine beer
  • Barley Beer on Tap .      So, the West Palm Beach Brewery has a 20 tap system and they added a nitro on tap component in the fall of 2018.  They offer milk stouts and other beers on nitro.  Just this past November, the chief brewer started the cask program and decided to make BarleyWine.  BarleyWine is actually a beer, and this one from the West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault was resting gently in a 60 gallon wine barrel until recently.   To read more about BarleyWine beer, click on this link: https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/styles/19/
  •  American Barleywine  The Barleywine from the downtown’s very first craft brewery comes in at 9.4% ABV, with a deep amber color and is malt-forward with a hop bite.  But get it while it’s here.  These limited production craft beers don’t last long.   The West Palm Beach Brewery & Wine Vault is independently owned + operated and does not distribute.  Match this Barley wine with their fine, artisan food from their brewery restaurant.  https://www.westpalmbeer.com/our-food/This brewery does not permit food trucks, but has chefs and a fire oven kitchen.  They make their limited food menu with passion and sincerity the old fashioned way. 


Dec 27, 2018