Hardywood Kentucky Christmas Morning Beer

We may be looking at Christmas in the rearview mirror, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't seek out and consume a great beer like Hardywood Kentucky Christmas Morning. The 10.8% brew starts out as Hardywood's legendary Gingerbread Stout before aging for months in Kentucky bourbon barrels. Then, before being bottled, it's cold filtered through fresh locally roasted coffee beans. The result is an avalanche of flavors like vanilla, coconut, coffee, and spices. A worthy treat to toast the end of what has been a very long year for many.

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