Breckenridge Rum Barrel-Aged Imperial Vanilla Porter

Brewed by Breckenridge Brewery

American Porter9.8% ABV28 IBU

In a stronger rendition of our renowned recipe, the Imperial Vanilla Porter is the latest creation coming from the beloved barrel room on Brewery Lane. Powerfully robust flavors and a strong alcohol content define its distinguished imperial nature. Relaxing in rum barrels for 55 days, the beer soaks in both the subtle sweetness of rum and the savory vanilla flavors from fresh bundles of Madagascar vanilla beans.Roastyaromas make way to a smooth, rounded decadence that gives you pure luxury in a bottle.


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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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