On tap at Hoover’s, dark-roast black chocolate malting gains dry nutty coffee tone, raw molasses bittering and charred hop remnant for moderately creamed cocoa-nibbed full body.
“Brewed with chocolate,” cocoa-dried day old coffee entry picks up wood-seared walnut bittering and ashen hop char. Tarry tobacco-chawed Blackstrap molasses bitterness intensifies black chocolate rampage.
Fudgy dark chocolate creaming picks up chalky cocoa bittering and latent coffee influx while bitter smoked hop char sinks in. Lactic soy-sauced souring contrasts burnt caramel sweetness beneath the surface.
On tap at Beef Trust, sweet-toothed fresh take on 200 year old recipe utilizes Hershey’s chocolate for limited edition 2019 porter. Syrupy dark and brown chocolate candied richness gains fudged brownie permanence and mild toffee goodness. Only the slightest harsh hop char disrupts its sweet hot chocolate lusciousness.
On tap at River Of Beer, dry English-styled porter conditioned on sweet orange peels retains mild quirkiness. Nutty coffee roast and dark chocolate bittering only slightly embellished by tangy orange peel respite above earthen hop char. May better chocolate orange candy.
“Blissful” salted caramel influence reaches rich brown chocolate fudging with dry molasses-sapped cocoa powdering and sweet toffee spicing on its tail. Mild hop char seeps into the mix to contrast latent vanilla sugaring and muted blackberry/ black cherry snips. Sturdy caramel chocolate dessert treat.
On tap at Amsterdam Ale House, persistent dark-roasted black chocolate bittering and mild nutty hop char meet smoked molasses sweetness above soily earthiness. Dried cocoa bean, seared walnut, burnt toast and brown-sugared oats secure mildly creamed black-malted mocha rampage.