On tap at Taphouse 15, fantastic 4th Anniversary Imperial Stout doused in cake-battered bourbon barrels perfectly replicates rich coffee cake dessert. Conditioned on vanilla, cinnamon and coffee, its resilient coffee cake cluster picks up sweet toasted coconut, Graham Cracker and anise illusions to increase intensity.
On tap at Taphouse 15, fudgy cocoa and vanilla creaminess provides rich template for chewy marshmallow chocolate caking. Mild hop char brings contrasting bitterness to caramelized cocoa-vanilla sweetness and wispily rum-spiced bourbon, burgundy and port snips.
On tap at Growler & Gill, Irish Car Bomb-like nitro stout retains soothingly creamed dark chocolate syruping, honeyed Graham Cracker sugaring and sweet vanilla serenity (somehow recalling above-mentioned cocktail that combines Jameson Whiskey, Bailey’s Irish Cream and Guinness Stout). Black Forest cake, fudged brownie, crème brulee and cocoa milk illusions add further richness to extraordinary dessert treat.
Richly creamed Mexican-styled full body remains boldly well-balanced yet lusciously soft-tongued. Exuberant mocha-spiced sweetness increases brown-sugared cinnamon adjunct to contrast mild ancho-pablano peppering above molasses-glazed flaked oats malting. Minty chocolate luxuriance gains lovely milk-sugared coffee, bourbon vanilla, cocoa nibs, crème brulee, café au lait and hazelnut undertones. Recommended.
On tap at Taphouse 15, resiliently creamy milk chocolate sweetness gains vanilla, marshmallow, burnt caramel and toasted almond influence to counter less prominent dry hop char. Sugared mocha continuance ultimately reinforced by bittersweet cacao nibs persuasion for engagingly candied dessert treat.
On tap at Ambulance, mild Hill Rock Rye influence perfectly suits luxurious brown chocolate sweetness of fine barrel-aged stout. Whiskeyed coffee tone supports dry rye lilt. Tertiary bourbon vanilla, powdered cocoa and brown-sugared spice gather alongside rich chocolate stead.
On tap at Sogo’s, robustly “sinful delight” (with unassuming 10.6% ABV) spreads coffee-roasted espresso bittering atop ashen hop-charred nuttiness with assaultive brevity. At the bold finish, thick dark-roast coffee tones gain cacao-nibbed black chocolate insistence and mild burnt wood fray.
On tap at Taphouse 15, softly creamed Ethiopian coffee remains gentle of the tongue as black chocolate bittering and roasted hazelnut sweetness surface. Chewy caramelized mocha richness receives latent vanilla sugaring. At the briskly clean finish, dark-roast coffee overtones gain slight anise spicing.
Sweet bourbon overtones glaze maple molasses-sapped brown chocolate spicing and caramelized dried fruiting. Gooey anise viscosity drapes bourbon vanilla midst plus red and black cherry illusions as well as raisin, prune and fig snips.
Luxuriously detailed ‘Icing’ offshoot unites rich milk-sugared coffee creaming with toasted coconut sweetness and vanilla bean bittering. Chewy cookie-doughed black chocolate syrup drapes engaging coffee-coconut-vanilla conflux, leaving ancillary fudged brownie, Black Forest cake, molasses toffee and bourbon illusions in its wake alongside latent anise spicing.
On tap at Ambulance, rich brown chocolate syruping enhances fudged brownie entry. Chewy cookie dough malting gains toffee, vanilla and cocoa sweetness as well as wispy burgundy, bourbon and cinnamon(?) snips. Fine fudgy dessert fodder.
Chewy cinnamon-sticked brown chocolate malting gains gooey cumin-gingered anise spicing and coconut-toasted marshmallow sweetness above brown-sugared molasses oats for inspiringly rounded dessert stout. Burgundy chocolate cake, Black Forest cake and vanilla bean cake illusions abound!