On tap at Ambulance, confectionary jet black Imperial Stout unites lusciously pink Himalayan sea-salted burnt caramel sweetness with dark chocolate exuberance. Creamily caramelized chocolate salinity gains dark-roast coffee, milked espresso, buttered toffee and dark cocoa undertones for perfect Godiva-candied dessert treat.
Joyously mocha-fudged collaboration with Stillwater embellishes ‘punchy’ dark-fruited cocoa nibs creaming and rich dark chocolatey molasses syruping with bitter wood-seared hop char. Thick cocoa entry embraces prune-stewed raisin and dark cherry illusions as well as burgundy-brandy wining, bourbon vanilla alacrity, mint chocolate chip snip and glazed hazelnut sweetness.
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the disastrous Great Boston molasses flood, tarry black treacle bittering rides above wood-singed hop char. Bitter Blackstrap molasses entry gains fudgy black chocolate thickness and rich dark cocoa powdering. Recessive burnt caramel, seared walnut and gingerbread illusions drown in raw molasses sap.
On tap at Plank Pizza, lovely bourbon-spiked brown chocolate spicing resonates alongside sweet vanilla creaming and chewy molasses fudging. Sweet bourbon chocolate caking receives bustling burgundy, sherry, port and brandy wining as well as cayenne-peppered curry, cumin and cardamom uprising by robust mocha finish. Tertiary coconut, marshmallow, marzipan, bruised cherry, stewed prune and anise illusions further enrich remarkable full-bodied nightcap.
On tap at Beef Trust, rich oats-sugared brown chocolate sweetness gains wood-burnt hop roast, dry port-burgundy-sherry wining and slim cola nuttiness above vanilla-wafered Graham Cracker base.
On tap at Taphouse 15, fulsome Imperial Stout, aged in sweet bourbon, brings molasses-coated banana breading to chocolate-dipped walnut glaze in rich fashion. Chocolate banana nut caking picks up black cherry-pureed burgundy, rum, elderberry wine and spiced brandy undertones at busy mocha-sugared finish.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, intensely pumpkin-spiced Imperial Stout drapes dark chocolate syrup upon brown-sugared cinnamon, nutmeg, coriander and clove seasoning as well as mild anise, pine nut and caraway illusions. Bittersweet dark-roast pumpkin influence holds up fine against cavernous molasses-sapped chocolate spicing of richly robust 11% ABV full body.
On tap at River Of Beer, reliable espresso overtones greet milk-sugared coffee, dark chocolate and lightly embittered molasses creaming over sandalwood-oiled hop char. A real fine espresso knockoff veering away from usual chocolate-dried Imperial Stout fare.
Creamy caramel-burnt blackstrap molasses adjunct regales sweet vanilla subtlety for highly regarded Imperial Stout aged on hickory, maple and white ash. Cedar-charred walnut, hazelnut and Brazil nut roast glazed by maple molasses sinew, leaving sour raisin, dark cherry and prune illusions on the back end.
Richly creamed collaboration aged on coffee, vanilla, chili and cacao nibs combines the fudgy dark chocolate malting, molasses-smoked muscovado sugaring and wood-burnt hop char of Evil Twin’s Even More Jesus with rummy bourbon-spiced alacrity for decadent dessert treat. Mild chili heat slightly sears robust vanilla-mocha stead, leaving chocolate mousse, Black Forest cake, chocolate eclair, fudged brownie and hazelnut cappuccino illusions on the busy finish (as well as not-too-subtle anise, cinnamon and marshmallow snips).