Moon Dog / Barrel Aged Mix - 5 Pack
We’re super excited to have scored some very rare barrel aged beers from our good mates at Moon Dog. These have mostly sold out on their side of the ditch so act fast to grab them all at a frankly ridiculous price.
The Baron of Barrels - 11.2% 650ml Bottle
One big beer, aged for two long years in three boozy barrels, this Mixed Barrel Aged Golden Strong Ale is divine drinking! Blended from only the finest cognac, white wine and red wine barrels this boozy beauty packs a serious punch. With a perfectly subtle sweetness and a long oaky and cognac-y finish, this one has all the complexity you’d find in a fine wine done in true Moon Dog fashion.
Jumping The Shark (2021) - 12.6% 375ml Bottle
Cherry, Chocolate & Coconut Rum Barrel Aged & Amphora Conditioned Imperial Stout
A huge 12.6% Imperial Stout, popped in some delicious rum barrels for a nice long beauty sleep and finished with the cherry on top, amphora conditioned cherry, coconut and chocolate!
Black Lung XI - 12% 650ml Bottle
The eleventh incarnation of our beloved peated stout is here! For this monumental beer we’ve gone with some monumental barrels from a very well-known Tennessee Whiskey producer! These barrels have given our eleventh Black Lung a distinct smooth and oaky flavour and, as always, a seriously shmokin’ finish!
The Duke of Chifley - 13.3% 650ml Bottle
The Duke of Chifley carries with it the flavour and history of Moon Dog.
The Duke of Chifley is a big, boozy, barrel-aged barley wine that is deep burnt sienna in appearance. It’s been aged in fresh Starward Whisky barrels for over twelve months, which along with the base beer, creates an unbelievably delicious golden syrup-y flavour and aroma.
Black Lung X - 12% 650ml Bottle
Black Lung is back for the 10th time and to celebrate this milestone Moon Dog sourced some of the smokiest barrels they could find all the way from the home of smoky whisky, Islay, Scotland! To do these amazing barrels justice they brewed the biggest, booziest, Black Lungiest, Black Lung ever to be put into barrels, clocking in at 12%. They then aged the beer for longer than any previous Black Lung and the result speaks for itself!