Sailing ’22 Barley Wine, Trippel, and Russian Imperial Stout, a bittersweet symphony on the tongue!
While drinking the barley wine, your thoughts get lost on the skippers, say, pirates, who sailed the rum barrels from the Caribbean to the Netherlands on the beautiful sailing ship Tres Hombres. After emptying the rum casks, we let our heavy, traditionally brewed barleywine rest in these casks for at least 100 days.
A heavy and strong barley wine. With complex fragrance associations such as caramel, biscuit, and honey. Full of malty sweetness with flavors of fudge, ripened fruit, and a decent bitterness. Brewed with many different malts, reminiscent of caramel malts of various strengths. Fermented with a traditional Belgian yeast strain, expressing fruity esters.
Alcohol percentage 12.3%
Ingredients Water, malt, hops, caramel syrup, and yeast
A quite heavy tripel due to the barrel aging on Tres Hombres Rum barrels. Raisins and alcohol predominate on the spicy and even woody base. The rum aroma fills the entire room.
Alcohol percentage: 10.1%
Ingredients: Water, malt, hops, sufgar and yeast
Russian Imperial Stout
Although the skippers would not quickly venture a sailing trip to Siberia, a Russian Imperial Stout is a beautiful beer type that can be perfectly blended with the complex flavors of the barrel. Due to the aging of at least 100 days, the beer has already had some maturation, so it is immediately ready to consume. As the pirates used to be used to heavy dark beers, you don’t have to be ashamed if you sit at home on the couch with an eye patch. With the toy sword of one of your children in the air, you fight to defeat the Russians, Cheers Aargghh…!
The beer is as black as the night can be on the open sea, forcing the skippers to sail on the stars. The flavors are reminiscent of the commercial spirit, but coffee, chocolate, and mocha are what you taste and smell while consuming. Fermented with an English yeast strain that has a neutral profile to bring out all the other flavors from the hops and malts.
Alcohol percentage 10.6%
Ingredients Water, malt, hops, salt, and yeast
Tres Hombres Series
The series of barrel-aged beers are all aged in barrels of the Tres Hombres for a minimum of 100 days. For the third year, this collaboration is the nicest and most beautiful project we are allowed to do in a year. Ready just in time for the holidays, this is an addition to any range.