During that year off, New Holland Brewing’s Pilgrim’s Dole Wheat Wine Ale spent some time aging in twice used Bourbon Barrels. The first time around those barrels were used for bourbon and the second time for New Holland’s Dragon’s Milk. Pilgrim’s Dole is a barleywine-style ale made with 50% wheat malt.
During the 14th century, the term “Pilgrim’s Dole” described the rations of bread and ale given to nourish wayfarers on their holy pilgrimage. At New Holland, Pilgrim’s Dole is brewed for the cultural explorer of today. It is a rewarding discovery on the road to enlightenment.
Style: Wheat Wine (Barrel aged)