Decadent ink black Double Shot variant with thickly chewy Anisette-liqueured medium roast coffee creaming gaining fudgy maple-syrupy dark chocolate richness while retaining sharply spiced bourbon vanilla sweetness. Ancillary chocolate cake, coffee candy and nutty espresso illusions flutter thru warm cocoa-nibbed java nightcap.
On tap at Taphouse 15, casually creamed cold-brewed Ethiopian coffee roast rises above dewy autumnal hop foliage. Underlying dark chocolate and molasses rye illusions contrast bitter cedar-seared tobacco chaw.
On tap at Ambulance, creamy eclair-headed nitro stout retains soft-toned cold-brew coffee nuttiness over mildly smoked barleymalts. Subsidiary black chocolate, espresso and cappuccino illusions fortify nitrogenated Irish stout. Using the same Guinness yeast strain fermenting all St. James Gate product, its plush java serenity never relinquishes.
On tap at Coastal Craft, creamy milk-sugared ice coffee frontage gains vanilla-caked hazelnut, pecan and almond sweetness to contrast dry espresso back end for roundedly well-balanced java stout.
On tap at Coastal Craft, snazzy coffee-spiced nightcap (2021 version) plugs brown chocolate sugaring into vanilla-creamed eclair center, picking up mild cumin-cinnamon-anise seasoning given roasted tobacco crisping. Well-balanced full body with cacao nibbed vanilla sweetness heightening nutty coffee roast of busy breakfast stout.
Enduring cold brew coffee thrust gains tarry hop-charred nuttiness in robust dry Irish stout setting. Profound medium-roast Brazilian/Columbian coffee distinction is undeniable. Black coffee lovers unite!
On tap at Hoover’s Tavern, creamy Ethiopian Yirgacheffe cold brew coffee entry gains seared walnut bittering and mild berry tartness. Mellow vanilla-tinged cocoa sweetness underscores milked coffee nuttiness.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, silken lactose stout douses cold brew coffee atop bittersweet dark chocolate. Creamy milk-sugared medium roast coffee tone holds firm.
Dryly flattish dark-roast coffee nuttiness blitzkriegs sweet toasted coconut adjunct and hop-charred wood sear, leaving latent dark chocolate bittering in earthen soil.
Oily medium roast coffee souring and lemon rind-rimmed espresso nuttiness embitter rum-barreled maple syruping of oak aged Corky Beans offshoot. Vinous black grape tartness depletes desolate rum sugaring at musty day-old coffee finish.
Dry medium-roast coffee frontage gains dark chocolate, espresso and caramel splendor for vanilla-daubed macchiato knockoff. Rigid nutty coffee bean essence picks up tertiary hop-charred blueberry and dark cherry whims.
On tap at Seven Lakes Station, stark dark-roast Ethiopian/Brazilian coffee onrush not unlike dry Irish Stout, with its charred Brazil nut and walnut bittering plus dark chocolate and espresso tones reinforcing the heavy caffeinated java distinction.