What happens when you take a batch of Sheep Stealer and put it into ex whiskey barrels?
Sergeant Jimmy happens, that’s what. It really is that simple. Sheep Stealer is transferred (racked) into ex Irish whiskey barrels for approximately 3 weeks, post fermentation. The barrels are stored at ambient temperatures, and the wood infuses the beer with flavours of oak, coconut, and of course whiskey. The residual whiskey in the barrels increases the alcohol content of the beer from 5.6% to 7.7%. The beer is then cold conditioned in stainless tanks for 12 weeks before being bottle conditioned. The bottle conditioning and elevated alcohol content of Sgt Jimmy makes it a fantastic beer for extended cellaring. The hard part of cellaring though is leaving it alone long enough to mature properly, so we’ve removed the temptation for you.
|STYLE||Barrel Conditioned Saison|
Where Do We Deliver?
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Handmade, Irish Beer from Roscommon.