Coming Home Holiday Ale

(Originally Posted October 14, 2010)
Join us Friday, October 29th at the brewery for a celebration of our first annual Coming Home Holiday Ale. Coming Home 2010 is a Belgian-style Quadrupel. Only one small batch was brewed for this extremely limited release.
This Belgian-style Quadrupel ale is full-bodied and robust, boldly showcasing flavors of sweet dried fruits delivered on a smooth, velvety palate. Specialty malts and roasted barley give this beer a sweet malty aroma that complements its complex fruitiness. Brewed in the Belgian tradition with dark candi sugar and a Trappist ale yeast, Coming Home Holiday Ale is rich and flavorful, meant to be shared and savored among friends.At 10% alcohol by volume, our Quad pours a deep garnet color with a dense, pillowy head. Aromas are sweet and rummy, reminding us of holiday treats. Subtle hop flavor gives enough bitterness to balance the brown sugar and caramel flavors, mingling with figs, raisins, and dates. A robust beer on its own, this deceptively drinkable ale complements gamey meats, fruitcake, or an after-dinner cigar.The label of Coming Home Holiday Ale features Teton Valley artist Kelly Sullivan, winner of the Art of Beer Contest. Kelly Sullivan is best known for her collaborative FingerSmear paintings created to commemorate events across the country, and her career-long series of traditional works on canvas depicting the human condition. Meet Kelly or have her autograph your new bottle of Coming Home at the Release Party.

Coming Home Holiday Ale Release Party
Friday, October 29th, 3-9pm
Grand Teton Brewing Company
430 Old Jackson Hwy Victor, ID 83455RSVP or View More Details on Facebook

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