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BOW BEERS OF THE WEEK | 7/29-8/4!

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BEERS OF THE WEEK 7/29-8/4!
Two beers on the opposite side of the ABV spectrum are featured this week. One is a light crisp highly-rated German pilsner and the other is a Vermont made barrel-aged barley wine clocking in at 13%! 

Rothaus Tannenzäpfle
The Rothaus Pils Tannenzäpfle has existed since 1956-so for almost 60 years. Just as today, the original Tannenzäpfle labels depicted spruce-fir branches accompanied by pinecones. These pinecones are what gave this beer its name.  
Tannenzäpfle is made from the finest, all-natural ingredients Germany has to offer with all ingredients sourced within or very close to the Black Forest.  No bitter hops are ever added to Tannenzäpfle Pils and no other ingredients are used in brewing this deliciously refreshing Pilsner.
$14.99 6-12oz Bottles

Hermit Thrush Jolly Abbot 
This convivial beer is a deep copper color and boasts smoothness and complexity. A strong ale aged in various port, sherry, wine, or liquor barrels, it boasts big malt flavor with caramel and chocolate notes, with plenty of dark fruit and pecan-like nuttiness as well. There's also a wonderful tangy flavor that only comes from time, love, and old Belgian secrets. Be careful though! This Abbot is jolly, but he hides the alcohol well behind balanced flavors and complex aromas.
$9.99 16oz Can

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