Third Coast Old Ale

American Style Barley Wine

Third Coast Old Ale

Third Coast Old Ale starts with a rich, caramel base, and finishes with a heavy hop bitterness. Sharply intense at first, it will age gracefully, adding complexity and subtlety in your cellar. Go ahead, test your patience.

Alcohol By Volume: 
10.20%
Original Gravity: 
1.101
Shelf Life: 
Unlimited

Nutritional Information (per 12 oz. serving)

Calories: 
318
Carbs: 
27

Why don't we list IBUs?

There is a difference between absolute bitterness and perceived bitterness. IBUs are useful for homebrewers for the purpose of clone recipes, but it doesn’t always tell the whole story. Expedition Stout is a good example. It has more IBUs than more traditional hoppy beers like Two Hearted and Hopslam.

IBU: 
65.00

Available Packages

6 pack
Draught

Recommended Glassware

Snifter

Food Pairings

 

The Cognac of the beer world, Third Coast Old Ale is a perfect digestif.

This big beer will easily overpower most main dishes.

Instead pair it with intensely sweet non-chocolate desserts, chocolate hazelnut torte, toffee caramel cheesecake or cheeses like blue, Bel Giosia creamy gorgonzola, stilton, Double Gloucester, bleu d’Auvergne, Gruyere (aged) or cheddar (Montgomery or Grafton).

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THE BEER THAT HELPED BUILD OUR BREWERY

Toasted and sweet caramel malts balanced with herbal and citrus hop aromas. Incredibly versatile with food and tasty on its own. When was the last time you enjoyed a Bell's Amber Ale?

THE NO. 1 BEER IN AMERICA: 3 YEARS IN A ROW

As voted by American Homebrewers Association members

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