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Upslope Barrel Aged Brown Ale

We can't get enough of barrel aged beers, and we are guessing you might not be able to either, so let us introduce you to yet another one worth your time. Barrel Aged Brown Ale from Upslope Brewing in Boulder, Colorado is the first quarterly release in their new Lee Hill series, which celebrates the breweries original location in Lee Hill. Volume 1 is this 7.6% ABV Brown Ale aged for four months in Maryland Rye Whiskey barrels from Leopold Bros. that also happens to come in these sharp looking 19.2oz cans.

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