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On tap at Beef Trust, silken “continuation of regular coffee game” features espresso-roasted creamed coffee goodness aged in rum barrels and finished with condensed milk. Milk-sugared coffee creaming stays sedate as rummy Scotch-licked warmth picks up wispy toasted coconut, oaken vanilla and brandy illusions (as well as lacquered turpentine ethers).
On tap at Beef Trust, syrupy vanilla cream soda knockoff retains ice cream float sweetness and semi-sharp orange peel spicing effectively. Sugar cookie, whipped cream and toasted cinnamon illusions flutter.
Nice “take on fresh baked apple pie” gathers apple-juiced cinnamon, allspice and vanilla bean adjuncts for cinnamon-toasted Apple Jacks entry. At the midst, subsidiary cinnamon babka, spiced cider, rum cake, lemon snaps and apple strudel illusions seep in above its honeyed Graham Cracker base. Mildest soapiness lessens body and character just a hair.
On tap at Beef Trust, soothingly lighter (if not necessarily sweeter) version of Carton’s Regular Coffee retains soft nitrogenated mouthfeel, creamy white eggshell head and lovely milk-sugared coffee essence. Sweetened coffee tones gain subtle cappuccino, latte macchiato and Frappuccino licks as well as mild orange rind snips. A delightful offshoot.
On tap at Beef Trust, tequila-wooded coffee liqueur sweetness enriches milk-sugared cocoa fudginess for Regular Coffee variant. Homemade coffee syrup deepens caramel latte, crème de cacao and mocha meringue illusions while tequila-like agave nectar adds further sweetness.
On tap at Beef Trust, frothy whipped cream head settles atop milk-sugared French roast coffee sweetness of orange brandy-barreled Regular Coffee derivation. Soothing Grand Marnier illusions promote sharp citrus bruise and mild grape tannins to envelop vanilla-dipped cappuccino, caramel latte and crème de cacao riffs. Just a tad too liqueur-sweet for perfection, but a wonderful brandy nightcap alternative nevertheless.
On tap at Beef Trust, subtle kiwi and strawberry sweetness embraces light ‘acidic bitter coffee curbed by milk and sugar’ of fabulous fruited version of Basic Coffee Imperial Cream Ale. Milk-sugared coffee goodness also caressed by cinnamon, vanilla, blueberry and several anonymously wondrous illusions. Naturally recommended.
“Simpler version of golden coffee cream ale” finished with espresso-roasted blend of Sumatran, Columbian and Ethipian coffee beans picks up sharp cinnamon, allspice, ginger, cardamom and mace spicing as well as brisk orange zest. Ancillary cappuccino, caramel latte, vanilla latte and maple-syruped French Toast illusions abound. Carton’s Regular Coffee base – utilized previously for fabulous offshoots like Irish Coffee, Kaffee and Kuchen and Café Corretto – proves magnanimous again.
On tap at Beef Trust, Carton’s highly exulted Regular Coffee Imperial Cream Ale gets soaked on Irish wood and given a peppermint twist. Creamy milk-sugared coffee frontage picks up sweet vanilla-chocolate tones, wispy green creme de menthe freshener and distant cappuccino, caramel latte and espresso macchiato snips. A richly fulfilling dessert treat.
On tap at River Of Beer, fabulous milk-sugared coffee breakfast treat re-envisions celebrated Regular Coffee Cream Ale. Almond-pasted marzipan sweetens the load way more than unspecific cherry adjunct, delightfully embellishing German chocolate-caked cappuccino, caramel latte and vanilla latte illusions. Hard to distinguish from original, but truly a taste sensation for creamed coffee imbibers.
On tap at Cloverleaf, curious coconut puree-fermented cream ale may be a bit unassuming, but not unpleasant. Though aged in lightly toasted coconut, its brisk carbolic thrust and lemony orange-pineapple zestiness nearly supersede the delicate vanilla-daubed flaked coconut sweetness.
On tap at Burger Loft, bold Imperial Cream Ale (collaboration with Florida’s Funky Buddha) sets forth with sugared guava adjunct gently teasing sedate vanilla-creamed crystal malts – re-creating Cuban guava pastry. Mild orange spicing plus tertiary lemon custard, nectarine, peach, pineapple and melon snips reinforce tropical feel.