Vintage Series from Goose Island comes to Jax

22 Aug

goose-islandGoose Island Brewery has been a Chicago mainstay for over 25 years. Known for their drinkable beers such as 312 Urban Wheat and Honkers IPA, the brewery is also known for its outstanding Bourbon barrel-aged Bourbon County Stout. Here in Jacksonville, the brewery’s mainstream beers have been available in both bottles and on tap for several months but their more ambitious and interesting beers are just now coming to our market.

Look for the following outstanding brews on shelves now.

Sofie: Fermented with wild yeasts and aged in wine barrels with orange peel, Sofie is a tart, dry, sparkling ale. A subtle, spicy white pepper note, a hint of citrus from the orange peel and a creamy vanilla finish make Sofie an intriguing choice for Champagne drinkers and beer drinkers who are fond of Belgian Saisons.

Pere Jacques: Brewed with loads of malt and Belgian yeast, Pere Jacques is a wonderfully fruity, malty ale. Pere Jacques’ complex flavors stand shoulder to shoulder with the Belgian Dubbels enjoyed in the world’s finest beer bars. At the dining table it’s the perfect alternative to a glass of vintage port.

Matilda: Wild in character, with a slightly fruity aroma and a spicy yeast flavor that is as unique as it is satisfying – Matilda is an intriguing choice for beer and wine lovers alike. Dry and quenching, it’s the perfect accompaniment at the dining table or for casually socializing at the bar.

Pepe Nero: With an aroma of roasted chestnuts and a mysteriously dark, mahogany hue, Pepe Nero is a farmhouse ale brewed with black peppercorns. His roasty sweetness melds into a lingering, earthy, black pepper finish that is ideal for pairing with grilled meats and roasted vegetables.

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Posted by on August 22, 2013 in Beer, Craft Beer Brewery


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