Elegantly creamed black chocolate syruping and bittersweet cocoa nibs expanse embrace dark-roast black malting, milky espresso mildness and cocoa-dried cola nuttiness, forging dry Irish stout style at times. Splendidly smooth mocha theme receives latent dried-fruited black licorice dash as well.
On tap at Growler & Gill, ‘decadent’ 11.9% ABV Imperial Stout laces oak-charred Kentucky bourbon barrel aging thru rich brown chocolate syruping and creamy vanilla sugaring. Ultimately, smoky mocha molasses malting gains resilience above tantalizing bourbon whiskey ambiance and singed wood tones.
On tap at Growler & Gill, ‘elegantly dry’ white oak-aged version of high profile IPA brings ‘sleek vanilla, coconut and dill pickling’ to spruce-sugared tropical fruiting. Light tannic oak leathering soaks into floral-daubed grapefruit, orange, mango and peach tang while mild plasticine waxing snags the back end.
On tap at Growler & Gill, viable Citra-hopped moderation spreads dank oily-hopped pine resin across advertised ‘tangerine, lime and berries’ as well as mild floral-daubed guava, mango, peach, passionfruit and nectarine tang. Brisk citric-hopped brightness glistens above doughy French bread bottom.
On tap at Growler & Gill, mango-infused pale ale brings sour-candied tartness to grassy hop restraint and dainty crystal-pale malting. Perfumed sweet ‘n sour mango adjunct receives sharp-hopped carbolic spritz as subtle lemon, peach and pineapple subsidies waver.
On tap at Growler & Gill, summery dry-hopped witbier complacently blends lemon-soured mango, peach, passionfruit and kiwi tartness into grassy herbal thrift and mild fungi-like yeast mustiness.
Satisfactory Mosaic-hopped moderation spreads light lemon licks across sugar-spiced pale malts and mild toasted mineral graining, reaching proper stylistic astringency at the dank earthen bottom.
On tap at Growler & Gill, stylishly bold Noble-hopped pilsner plies proper grassy hay-like astringency to herbal lemon souring, dry mineral-grained malting and serene floral nuances in balanced manner.
On tap at Andy’s Corner Bar, rich, creamy, increasingly popular ‘black ale’ heightens chewy black chocolate syruping with light oak-staved bourbon sugaring to contrast mildly hop-charred dark cocoa, vanilla bean and espresso bittering. Dark-roasted mocha malting gains sinewy molasses sweetness and distant wood-burnt singe as wispy raisin, prune and date illusions flutter beneath. Despite hefty 12% ABV, velvety smooth ‘Big Black’ full body goes down easy.
On tap at Plank Pizza, creamy brown chocolate sweetness and rich Madagascar vanilla beaning create mighty fine full-bodied porter. Sugary cookie dough center contrasts mild earthen peat bottom as tertiary black cherry, raspberry and strawberry whims increase serenity of chocolate-vanilla dessert treat.
Treacly dark-roasted black chocolate syruping, day-old coffee bittering and nutty remnant pick up briny oyster-shelled sinew above sugary oats-flaked bed. Creamy mocha continuance gains peat-smoked charcoal singe to contrast mild black cherry and blackberry illusions.
On tap at Plank Pizza, up-front toasted coconut adjunct gains dense mocha malting over mild walnut-charred hop bittering. Unsweetened coconut shavings inundate sweet cinnamon-toasted oatmeal and chocolate chip cookie illusions after a few sips.