Well, I guess you just can't keep a good beer down. Just months after it's initial first release Uinta has gone ahead and secretly aged a whole new batch of Utah's heaviest hitting ale.
After a year in the barrels, this beer is set to be released in the next week or two. If you've tried the original batch this version will be somewhat different.
First off, batch #1 spent two years in the barrels vs #2's one year. So the bourbon profile will be different. Second the #1 batch saw some time in sherry barrels; not this time. Third, BBB #1 was aged and bottled years before it's initial release to the public, in that time the bottle aging gave it a smoother profile, Vs. the "from barrel - to bottle - to consumer of batch #2". Should be yummy!
One of the problems consumers had with purchasing the BBB earlier this year was the allocation of the BBB to specific Liquor stores. This was a consumers nightmare. Uinta tells me that this will not be the case this time around and liquor stores should be receiving about 60 cases. As of now it looks like the three bottle limit will be enforced. That may change.
More info as it comes.