On tap at Hoover’s Tavern, decadent confectionery pastry knockoff lets jammy raspberry tartness seep into bittersweet cocoa nibs and almond pasted vanilla adjunct. At its midst, dark chocolate ganache creaming surges as tertiary dried cherry, blackberry and boysenberry notions reinforce raspberry rasp above buttery cookie dough base.
On tap at Growler & Gill, original porter given tart red raspberry adjunct and aged in the firkin for a smoothly creamed nitrogenated palate. Red raspberry piquancy gains pleasant raisinette, dried cherry and boysenberry illusions above wispy hop-charred nuttiness.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, bitter black-malted dark roast graining and cocoa-powdered dark chocolate insistence gain humble raspberry tartness. Ashen wood-charred nuttiness deepens its bitter pungency. For heartier dark ale lovers.