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Third Coast Old Ale starts with a rich, caramel base, and finishes with a heavy hop bitterness. Sharply intense at first, it will age gracefully, adding complexity and subtlety in your cellar. Go ahead, test your patience.
Food Pairing: The Cognac of the beer world, Third Coast Old Ale is a perfect digestif.
This big beer will easily overpower most main dishes.
Instead pair it with intensely sweet non-chocolate desserts, chocolate hazelnut torte, toffee caramel cheesecake or cheeses like blue, Bel Giosia creamy gorgonzola, stilton, Double Gloucester, bleu d’Auvergne, Gruyere (aged) or cheddar (Montgomery or Grafton).
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