A unique twist on a traditional doppelbock, End of Story was aged for a full 12 months in an oak Port Wine barrel. The resulting beer possesses a wine-like acidity and classic Port sweetness. The barrel imparted notes like raspberry, cedar, and dessert spice. These flavor and aroma combinations make End of Story very distinctive from traditional doppelbocks, often known for their toasted bread flavor.
Head Brewer, Matt Levy, calls End of Story “A true labor of love for a beer that we’ll never make again, and likely couldn’t even if we tried.” Aptly named, End of Story is a one-off experiment available in very limited quantities.
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