Braxton Brewing Rum-Barrel Snow Shovel Beer

Braxton Brewing already have a great Winter Warmer on their hands with Snow Shovel, and now they've taken it up a notch with the release of Braxton Brewing Rum-Barrel Snow Shovel Beer. The malt forward beer has ginger, cinnamon, and local honey in the mix, and was aged in Caribbean Rum barrels for over a year. A sweet, warming treat at 11.4%, it's brewed to thaw you out on a cold winter night.

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