Three New Barrel-Aged Beers From Goose Island Are Coming In 2017
Named the Cooper Project, the three new beers are the brewery's first barrel-aged series since 1992.
Through the rest of 2012, Goose Island will release three new barrel-aged beers. It’ll be the brewery’s first barrel-aged beer series in 25 years.
The first beer in the series is a Scotch ale with a heavy malt flavor and coppery color. It will be available to drink in March. A blonde doppelbock and a barrel-aged porter will also be introduced later in the year. All three beers were brewed with experimental, new recipes.
The new series of barrel-aged beers is also very different from Goose Island's Bourbon County Stout, a popular barrel-aged brew introduced in 1992.
Beers in the Cooper Project series will be released in four packs of 12-ounce bottles. Are you ready to buy one? Share this story!