Deep into the descent of a Midwest winter, there are few things that can thaw a Minnesotan.

But every February, one event does its best to warm bodies from the inside out – Minneapolis’ Town Hall Brewery’s barrel-aged week.

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For seven days each February, Mike Hoops and his team at Town Hall celebrate the big, bold flavor of barrel-aged brews by dedicating an entire week to them.

While this year’s winter was more mild than normal, thankfully Town Hall’s selections were not.

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From Feb. 19 through 25, the beloved brewery released 12 barrel-aged brews.

These included:

  • Foolish Red, a Quadrupel aged in French oak red wine barrels
  • Foolish Angel, a Quadrupel aged in bourbon barrels
  • Single Barrel Reserve Foolish Angel
  • Manhattan Reserve, a Belgian-style Grand Cru aged in bourbon barrels
  • Twisted Trace, an American Barleywine aged in bourbon barrels
  • E.T. Wee, a Scottish-style Wee Heavy aged in bourbon barrels
  • Eye Wine Red, a Minnesota honey ale aged in French oak red wine barrels
  • Eye Wine White, a Minnesota honey ale aged in American chardonnay barrels
  • Le Baltique, a Baltic porter aged in oak red wine barrels
  • Project 3106, a Belgian-style strong Brown Ale aged in bourbon barrels
  • Buffalo Bock, a German-style Weizenbock aged in bourbon barrels
  • Czar Jack, a Russian Imperial Stout aged in whiskey barrels

All brews were available on tap and in growlers.

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For those that missed Barrel-Aged Week, it is expected to be taking place again in February 2018. Additionally, Town Hall Brewery has a tap line dedicated to barrel-aged beers year round and release a different barrel-aged brew every two weeks, along with a limited edition mini growler. And, as always, fans should keep their eyes and ears open for any possibility of a Barrel-Aged Week encore!