Label’s “robust, mellow” description is undeniable. But this renowned dry stout, first brewed in 1821, also maintains an unmistakable gargantuan coffee bitterness merging maple malt creaminess and persistent coarse nuttiness to black chocolate richness. Hop-fizzed cedar-charred mocha-roasted molasses pungency coats the tongue to ample nutty coffee finish. When you die, this is what you’ll no doubt smell on God’s breath. Beware: bottled version loses both espresso-like frothiness and true essence.

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