Upland Brewing Stoaked is preparing for March, 2015 release. The Bloomington, Indiana brewery has aged a quadrupel on fresh oak, resulting in a 10% flavorful beast of a beer.
Stoaked is a luscious Belgian style quadrupel that pours a deep amber hue with shades of copper and ruby. Alluring aromas of ripe fig, cherry and subtle spice and caramel pull you in. Maturing for months on oak, Stoaked reveals a profound vanilla character and malty sweetness, supported by a creamy mouthfeel. With a clean finish and a lingering sweetness, this beer is dangerously drinkable for a beverage of its strength.
There have been a couple of variants of Upland Stoaked out in the wild, including one with berries, all draft only. (Presumably tap room and festivals.) Look for Stoaked in 12oz bottles and draft.
Style: Belgian-Style Quadrupel (Oak Aged.)
Availability: 12oz Bottles (4 packs), Draft.
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