On tap at Taphouse 15, mellow Ethiopian coffee tones gain hazelnut-glazed molasses sweetness for mildly creamed Imperial Stout. Ancillary toasted coconut, vanilla bean, anise, chicory and pecan illusions saddle light-roast coffee luster.
On tap at Ambulance, mild oak-charred Black Dirt Bourbon Whiskey aging softly soaks into dark-roast coffee and black chocolate resonance, leaving dry rye notions in the midst. Nut-seared mocha richness overrides rye whiskey tones by wide margin.
On tap at Ambulance, softly creamed cold-brewed coffee dryness placed in clean water setting. Mildly bitter coffee overtones receive cola, hazelnut and walnut influence, leaving recessive espresso tones at the back end.
Indecisive dark ale could be richer and less enigmatic if advertised cinnamon spicing was clearly defined alongside its fudgy coffee brownie richness. Instead, its gunky dark-roast coffee entry receives a mild black-peppered cedar burn to offset the latent milk-sugared toffee sweetness.
Dry medium-dark roast coffee bean entry gains dark chocolate complement, lingering above earthen hop-charred nuttiness with casual aplomb. Bittersweet coffee roast picks up mild cocoa-powdered vanilla spree, but its aggressive java foundation drops off by the thinnish finish.
On tap at Plank Pizza, peppery black coffee stead fortified by bittersweet dark chocolate tangent above mild hop char. Light cinnamon spicing sweetens the backend a tad.
On tap at Ambulance, dry brown-malted ground coffee nuttiness and wood-burnt hop char regale Irish Stout-like tendencies. Underlying scorched earth soiling seeps inside ancillary black chocolate, espresso and cocoa tones to its barley-flaked mocha bottom.
Sweet oak-barreled bourbon subtlety integrates well with velvety Hawaiian coffee overtones (though phenolic carbonation lowers rich intensity). Underneath roasted coffee extravagance, oats-sugared chocolate fudging and distant creme-bruleed vanilla illusions contrast nearly coarse wood-burnt hop char.
On tap at Ambulance, easygoing light-roast coffee permeates oats-sugared dark chocolate malting of fine Sunday morning breakfast stout. Mild Kahlua, fudged brownie and crème brulee illusions flutter. Just a tad thin for perfection.
Gently creamed sweet ‘n sour cold-pressed coffee roast gains soy-sauced brining over barley-flaked dark chocolate malting. Sharp hop roast loudens black coffee scheme and latent anise wisps waver.
Creamily rich English-styled oatmeal stout lets assertive milked coffee frontage gain dark cocoa pleasantry above maple molasses oats. Dark-roast coffee ground prominence subsides midway, leaving mellower java-related cappuccino, espresso and caramel latte tones to dovetail sedate hop-charred bittering.
On tap at Jealous Monk, firm medium-roast coffee bittering contrasts creamy chocolate-vanilla sweetness and cinnamon-spiced Irish coffee sugaring. Mild hop char soaks treacly Blackstrap molasses in the backdrop while tertiary blackberry, black cherry and black grape notions file thru slowly. Electrifying stuff!