On tap at Curley’s Corner, sweetly creamed bourbon vanilla-glazed dark chocolate syruping drapes brown-sugared dried fruiting and mild oak-charred hop bittering. Massive molasses-sapped mocha surge allows cocoa nibs, ground coffee, toasted coconut and pecan illusions to surface.
Richly creamed chocolate peanut butter porter gets infused with espresso beans. Dark-roast coffee tones pick up smoky cocoa, black chocolate and vanilla hints while hazelnut, macadamia and cola nuttiness reinforce peanut-buttered hop oiling above soily earthiness. By the finish, its milky espresso sentiment clears the way.
Effectual Imperial version of brewers’ popular Sweet Baby Jesus retains uppity hop-oiled peanut butter creaming. Chewy peanut buttering retains dark-roasted heft. Bittersweet dark chocolate fudging, polite coffee roast and Blackstrap molasses guard rich peanut butter conspiracy.
Though its bittersweet strawberry adjunct gets buried beneath the syrupy black chocolate milking, creamy caramel-burnt dark cocoa subsidy and tertiary coffee roast, rich sweet stout never fails to arouse tastebuds as a fine dessert treat. Milk Dud-like midst picks up modest vanilla, molasses and nutty nougat nuances to champion its mighty mocha mass above mild hop-charred bittering.
Large maple-sugared blueberry contingent sweetens above Cascade-hopped Meyer lemon tang, pale wheat malting and clover-honeyed Graham Cracker spine. Lacquered blueberry syruping thickens over time.