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Track Repeat Weekend at The Lost Abbey

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With Summer right around the corner, we thought we’d relax this weekend and set some “Tracks” on repeat! Starting Saturday (11:30am) at The Lost Abbey Tasting Room, we’ll be putting tracks 4 through 9 and 11 through 13 into our Vintage case for purchase. The bottles will be available on a first come first serve basis and must be consumed on-site.

Track 4 – Sympathy for the Devil – black blended beer comprised of two barrels from the one of the base components from 2011’s Veritas 009, and two barrels of Hot Rocks aged in French Oak red wine barrels with their own unique Brettanomyces.

Track 5 – Shout at the Devil – a blend of two fruit beers — Red Poppy and Framboise de Amorosa bumped with additional fruits and sent to rest in French Oak prior to bottling.

Track 6 – Highway to Hell – blend of brandy barrel-aged Serpent’s Stout and bourbon barrel-aged Angel’s Share (v. 2009), this one is dark and leathery with plenty of wood notes accented by hints of vanilla.

Track 7 – Devil Inside – A remixed track, Track 7 is Veritas 006 blended with raspberries, cherries and a touch of mandarin orange zest.

Track 8 – Number of the Beast – A base of Judgment Day aged in freshly emptied bourbon barrels then spiked with liberal additions of cinnamon stick and dried chili pepper.

Track 9 – Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door – A remixed track, Track 9 is Cuvee de Tomme bumped first with currants and then bumped again with extra Brettanomyces.

Track 11 – Devil Went Down to Georgia – Angel’s Share sent to fresh Heaven Hill whiskey barrels for 9 months, spiked with fresh peaches and Black Tea and a touch of Brettanomyces

Track 12 – Heaven and Hell – A non-fruited sour made from a blend of Avant Garde, and unreleased sour brown and Gift of the Magi aged in oak barrels.

Track 13 – Message in a Bottle – A new barleywine brewed specifically for this Track, the base was sent to freshly emptied cognac barrels and aged with sour cherries and orange zest.

 

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