On tap at Kimball’s Pub, Shiner finally hits homer with this mocha nut-glazed sweet-toothed confection. Unlike more astringent prodding fodder Texas brewer tirelessly markets, its creamy pecan-candied creme brulee sweetness picks up snazzy hazelnut, pistachio, praline and sarsaparilla illusions covered in brown chocolate syrup and easy on the astringent hop quotient. Robustly rounded mocha nutty dessert delight.
On tap at Brick House Tavern – Plano, impactful dark-roast pecan influence endows black rye-like pumpernickel toasting as well as ancillary cola, walnut and praline licks in moderately creamed molasses-sapped setting.
On tap at Brick House Tavern – Plano, light chipotle burn and singed wood nosing positively affect impactful dark-roast pecan influence and black rye-like pumpernickel toasting of well-designed smoked porter. Creamier chocolate molasses mouthfeel makes up for less intense cola, walnut and praline undertones of Pecan Porter’s competing chipotle version.