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February 4, 2012, 5:57 am
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Mass Extinction Barley Wine - January 16th, 2012
Phillips is cooling off Mid-January by revealing a special 341mL brew that
has archaealcohologists salivating over their topographical maps.
It's called Mass Extinction Ice Barley Wine and just like the dinosaurs this
beer was ice-aged at glacial temperatures. It was frozen 3 times during the
Fermentaceous Period causing the remaining liquid to distill into
naturally-sweetened nectar, and driving the ABV up to a mammoth 12%.
Phillips Mass Extinction Ice Barley Wine is available for a limited time in
select private retail outlets.
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