Scandal Brewing – 7 Wonders Mt. Everest Barley Wine

Scandal Brewing – 7 Wonders Mt. Everest Barley Wine


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  • Type: Barley Wine
  • Brand: Scandal Brewing Co.
  • Pros:

    On the lighter side of BC brewed Barley Wines

  • Cons:

    Not typical of Barley Wine Style

  • Conclusion:

    Light and easier drinking gateway Barley Wine.


Scandal Brewing – 7 Wonders Mt. Everest Barley Wine Review

The third beer in the Scandal Brewing, Seven Wonders series is a barley wine that goes by the name of My Everest. This beer pours with less than a finger of head above a slightly cloudy, amber coloured ale. Through the thin head comes a cookie like scent with caramel sweetness and a slight hop bitterness. The flavour is not of a typical barley wine but starts off with a sharp, caramel sweetness and toasted malt. This builds into a hoppy-alcohol flavour near to the finish. The flavour as a whole is reminiscent of if you mixed a pale ale with a barley wine. The caramel tones and the lighter side of the beer are like a Pale Ale while the boozy, sharp notes come from the barley wine. While this may not be a typical Barley Wine, the Mt. Everest is actually quite enjoyable and if you are looking for a big beer that has a broader appeal than most similarly categorized beers then this could be for you.

Alcohol – 9%
IBU 0 85
Size – 750ml
Price – 7.99 (Craft Retailer)


In the scandalous mist of Mt. Everest, one person dies for every ten that reach to summit. Even the first to conquer it, Mallory & Irvine died on their descent. We have hand crafted an extra strong barley wine to salute the brave souls that try.


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  1. mikescraftbeer
    mikescraftbeer 13 December, 2013, 07:04

    It was a pretty good beer but I thought imperial pale ale. There us no barley wine characteristics.

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