Sour Red Wine Barrel-Aged Brown Ale with Cinnamon, Vanilla, and Pasilla Chiles
Reminiscent of the spiced drinking chocolates the Aztecs enjoyed, this dark, complex beer has subtle heat rounded out by earthy cinnamon and vanilla. The name harkens back to pre-colonial Aztec culture where cacao pods were so important that they were used as a form of currency.
Aztec Currency is a 7.2% sour red wine barrel-aged brown ale with cinnamon, vanilla and pasilla chiles. This is an extraordinary beer layered with complexity.