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Kuhnhenn 2013 Winter Solstice Bottle List

Kuhnhenn Brewing CoKuhnhenn Brewing Company is readying their next set of bottled beers and meads slated for release during the 2013 Winter Solstice party. Specific details like bottle limits and pricing are still pending, but an early list of bottles were posted by the brewery this week.

The beers:

  • 4th Dementia Olde Ale
  • Bourbon Barrel 4D
  • Forbidden (DRIPA with black rice)
  • Cherry Oude Bruin
  • Raw Michigan (a Barleywine brewed with 100% MI malt)
  • Michigan Mud

The meads:

  • A Taste of Peach Icewine
  • Rye Barrel French Toast Mead
  • Vanilla Gorillabilly
  • Cinnamonster-Redneck Frankenstein
  • Mint Julep
  • Manhattan Project

At this point I’m sure you’re noticing there’s no Bourbon Barrel Barleywine listed. Don’t panic just yet though – here’s what Kuhnhenn had to say:

“I know the biggest concern is the lack of BBBW on the list. We recently tasted it and feel that it will probably not be to our standards by Solstice. Our tentative plan is to hold a January release…We will hold a bottle release and Burns Supper (in honor of Scottish poet Robert Burns) on Jan 25 – releasing both Bourbon Barrel Barleywine and A Few Shillings Too Many. (More details to come on this event in the coming weeks…)”

Keep your eyes peeled for more details on this year’s Winter Solstice (which is on December 21 by the way) on the brewery’s Facebook page. Check out the details from last year’s event here.



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