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Komes Barley Wine
(New)

Komes Barley Wine is a malt beverage with natural flavors, featuring a rich and malty character and an intense aroma. A top-fermented beer with a very rich, intense aroma and a complex taste in which malty sweetness perfectly harmonizes with a well-marked but smooth bitterness. Find out more!


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Komes Baltic Porter w/ Oak Flakes
(New)

Featuring complex wooden aromas, Komes Baltic Porter w/ Oak Flakes is a bottom-fermented dark beer that owes its complex and rich profile to roasted malts and French oak flakes. Find out more!


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Duchesse Cherry
(New 12.7 fl. oz. size)

Duchesse Cherry is a blend of 1 and 2 year-old Duchesse de Bourgogne with local, sour cherries added to the maturing beer. The malt beverage is aged in oak casks, and utilizing whole cherries from the Limburg region of Belgium, as opposed to cherry syrup that is sometimes used in cherry beer production, Duchesse Cherry […]


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