Boston Harbor Distillery Thirteenth Hour Stout
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  • coffee
  • plums
  • cinnamon
  • cocoa
  • malty
  • hops
  • vanilla
  • syrup
  • sugar

Boston Harbor Distillery

Thirteenth Hour Stout (0.7l, 42%)
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A bold Bostonian Whiskey with greetings from the Old Continent.

Boston Harbor Distillery is a waterfront warehouse by the Neponset River, where Rhonda Kallman decided to use her 25 years of experience in making craft beer to create something new. She hired Dr. James Swan, the world-famous Whiskey expert, and John Couchot, an award-winning distiller. The magic trio came up with hundreds of barrels of various Whiskeys, a small batch rum, and even distilled beer (to remind Rhonda of the craft beer movement).

One of the most wonderful results is a series of three Whiskeys based on Samuel Adams beer, called Spirit of Boston. The distillation amplifies flavors of each hop, spice, and grain used to make the beer. It's twice distilled and matured in used barrels.

Thirteenth Hour Stout starts as a Belgian-style imperial stout (made from various malt varieties and hops from the Old Continent). There are 13 different ingredients in this curiosity that bring something unique to Whiskey drinkers, but still hint at something familiar and cozy. Thirteenth Hour Stout is robust with aromas and flavors of dark coffee. Sometimes things are best enjoyed in solitary, but you'd be mad not to share this one with your friends.
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Appearance / Color
Dark amber.

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Dark coffee, plum and vanilla. 

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Coffee, cinnamon, hops and plum with hints of cocoa throughout. 

Finish
Long, espresso and malt.
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  • coffee
  • plums
  • cinnamon
  • cocoa
  • malty
  • hops
  • vanilla
  • syrup
  • sugar
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Corn Whiskey is a commercial product that must contain at least 80% corn, be distilled at less than 80% ABV (160 proof), and, if wood-aged, may be aged in either used or new un-charred barrels.
Rye Whiskey is made from mash that is at least 51 percent rye. The grain gives Rye Whiskey its spicy, sometimes peppery, and bitter flavor. It was a big seller before Prohibition, and after decades in obscurity, it’s fashionable again. Fun fact: George Washington distilled Rye Whiskey at Mount Vernon.
Bourbon rules refer to manufacturing methods rather than location. Bourbon must be matured in new and charred American white oak casks for at least 2 years. If the bottle has no age statement, the Bourbon is at least 4 years old. No coloring or flavoring of any type is allowed, and the mash bill must contain at least 51% corn.
Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but final filtering through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates them. Tennessee Whiskey’s finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.
An un-aged American Whisky is often called “white dog.”Sour Mash is the fermentation process by which a percentage of a previous fermentation is added to a new batch as a "starter" to get the fermentation going and maintain a level of consistency from batch to batch. A sweet mash means that only fresh yeast is added to a new batch to start fermentation.
is the fermentation process by which a percentage of a previous fermentation is added to a new batch as a "starter" to get the fermentation going and maintain a level of consistency from batch to batch. A sweet mash means that only fresh yeast is added to a new batch to start fermentation.
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Corn Whiskey is a commercial product that must contain at least 80% corn, be distilled at less than 80% ABV (160 proof), and, if wood-aged, may be aged in either used or new un-charred barrels.
Rye Whiskey is made from mash that is at least 51 percent rye. The grain gives Rye Whiskey its spicy, sometimes peppery, and bitter flavor. It was a big seller before Prohibition, and after decades in obscurity, it’s fashionable again. Fun fact: George Washington distilled Rye Whiskey at Mount Vernon.
Bourbon rules refer to manufacturing methods rather than location. Bourbon must be matured in new and charred American white oak casks for at least 2 years. If the bottle has no age statement, the Bourbon is at least 4 years old. No coloring or flavoring of any type is allowed, and the mash bill must contain at least 51% corn.
Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but final filtering through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates them. Tennessee Whiskey’s finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.
An un-aged American Whisky is often called “white dog.”Sour Mash is the fermentation process by which a percentage of a previous fermentation is added to a new batch as a "starter" to get the fermentation going and maintain a level of consistency from batch to batch. A sweet mash means that only fresh yeast is added to a new batch to start fermentation.
is the fermentation process by which a percentage of a previous fermentation is added to a new batch as a "starter" to get the fermentation going and maintain a level of consistency from batch to batch. A sweet mash means that only fresh yeast is added to a new batch to start fermentation.
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