Weyerbacher Tiny

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I’m baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaack! After a week of sun, beach, pools, turning down endless offers to purchase illegal drugs, swim-up bars, and more Red Stripe than anyone should probably drink, I’m [quite sadly] back to the real world. I’ll make sure I post a picture recap of our Jamaica trip sometime early this week. For now, I’m relaxing and drinking my first craft beer in over a week!

Weyerbacher Tiny

Said beer is Weyerbacher Tiny, an Imperial Stout that was a gift from my mom back in May. I purposely left this beer as one of the last to try from my birthday stash she bought me. Why? Because the fricking thing is 11.8% ABV! I figured if any beer was going to get better with age, this would be it.

Now, I don’t know if it got better with age, or if I’m REALLY primed for enjoying a craft beer, but this Tiny is blowing my mind. *boom* *my brain bits on your shirt* Vanilla, licorice, chocolate and brown sugar all combine into a Creme Brulee-ish dessert-like concoction. There’s a hint of alcohol, but not the burning type…more similar to a well-aged smooth whiskey. Normally when drinking a beer this big, complex and boozy, I end up wishing I had a friend to drink with. Not tonight. This whole bottle is going into my belly. Getting up for work tomorrow should be interesting!

-Lost

Weyerbacher Tiny

Author: Joshua Dion

I write about beer in an un-intimidating way, welcoming beer lovers of all experience levels.

4 thoughts on “Weyerbacher Tiny”

  1. I believe the beer was purchased at the liquor store in NJ. If you remember, the ‘beer guy’ in this store was beyond helpful. He brought up your website & looked through your beer catalog to make sure I didn’t buy any duplicates and to try to make good choices for me. I am pretty sure he was talking about this beer when he said: ‘He hasn’t had ? He has to have !’
    Welcome home. Talk to you later this week.

  2. I’ve been a fan of Tiny since it was Weyerbacher 13th Anniversary. I have a couple cases in my cellar going back 2 or 3 years. That beer absolutely gets better with age.
    Probably my favorite beer to buy a few, drink one now, one in 6 months and one in a couple years.

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