On tap at Ambulance. Inspired by lemon custard-based tiramisu Italian dessert, hybridized Belgian strong ale (11.3% ABV) allows Imperial Milk Stout adjuncts to affect its overall impact. Cacao nibs, vanilla and coffee get top billing, picking up sappy molasses sinew as tart tangerine, orange, cherry and sugarplum illusions coddle decadent Armagnac-brandy warmth at the chocolate ladyfingers finish.
Resilient limited edition Russian Imperial Stout (aged in bourbon barrels and then bottled) retains bittersweet cacao nibs and black chocolate richness alongside bourbon vanilla sugaring. Creamy mocha center gains coconut toasted sweetness as well as fruit-caked plum, black cherry, raisin, apricot and burgundy niceties.
On tap at Julian’s, easygoing chocolate-spiced Imperial Stout (aged in Turkey Shore rum barrels) retains delicate soft-water flow. Syrupy brown chocolate sweetness outlasts white rum entry as hazelnut-wined burgundy and bourbon illusions gain affluence alongside tertiary molasses, vanilla and whiskey undertones.
“Exceptionally dark, bold and complex” Imperial Stout brings molasses-smoked maple syruping to fudgy brown chocolate roast, saucy burnt caramel malting, mild espresso coffee nip and wispy ashen hop bittering. Chocolate-covered black cherry sweetness gains casual sherry influence at smoke-glazed mocha finish.
‘Devilishly delicious’ chocolate dessert treat tastes like Yoo-Hoo, Hershey’s Milk Chocolate and Tootsie Roll. Creamy brown chocolate sweetness picks up caramel-burnt cacao nibs adjunct as well as subsidiary Black Forest cake, bourbon, toffee, vanilla and hazelnut-glazed sugaring.
On tap at Arooga’s, moderated black chocolate and cocoa nibs creaminess picks up charred hop bittering to contrast chalky mocha stead. Below, black grape, black cherry and blackberry wisps try to infiltrate bittersweet dark chocolate finish.
On tap at Ambulance, soothingly sessionable nitro milk stout with sweet milky flow brings bittersweet black chocolate malting and light-roast coffee tones to mildly creamed mocha nutty finish. Easy drinkin’ fare.
Perfectly re-creating sticky peanut buttery chocolate candy bar, rich mocha porter gains fudgy sweetness above dark-roasted nuttiness and tidy coffee-vanilla conflux. Mild purple grape, sugar plum and prune illusions flutter. Serve to nutty chocolate lovers.
Likable port-aged stout welcomes moderate anise-spiced dark chocolate syruping. Mild port wining gains subtle brandy and burgundy tones. Mellow mocha malting turns sour as fermented grape esters gobble up tertiary vanilla-coffee-cocoa conflux.
Syrupy maple molasses creaminess and caramelized chocolate nuttiness aid whiskey-dried Heaven Hill Kentucky bourbon barrel aging of lusciously complex limited edition 2016 stout (in a bottle). Beneath the surface, fudged brownie, vanilla, espresso and toffee illusions gain tannic oaken vanilla souring – but not at the expense of its sweet bourbon chocolate attributes.
Mellow canned stout with frothily velvet eclair head and jet black body plies bittersweet dark-roasted Sumatran and Indian Monsoon Malabar coffee to black-peppered dark chocolate malting and mild vanilla-espresso-cocoa conflux. Mild clean water flow allows delicate mocha theme to softly prosper as latent ashen nuttiness surges.
On tap at Ambulance, worthy porter provides nut-charred fresh-roast coffee entry and bittersweet cacao nibs influence with scorched earth wood tones. Baker’s chocolate, espresso and vanilla bean illusions deepen mocha-fudged finish.