Beer Review 95 // Bomb! - Prairie Artisan Ales
Style: Imperial Stout
Brewery: Prairie Artisan Ale
Country: Oklahoma, United States
Commercial Fluff: Imperial stout aged on coffee, cacao nibs, vanilla beans, and ancho chilli peppers.
The Label: A little dated but great and colourful.
The Pour: Dark, dark black with a chocolate brown head. Looking like a tasty double chocolate dessert.
The Aroma: Considering the age, this smells great! The nose is roasted malts, coffee and a subdued hint of the chilli. Reminding me of my favourite beer Dark and Picante.
The Taste: Taste is pretty on point with the aroma, lots of coffee but this time backed up with cocoa and vanilla. This is drinking like a cold brew and truly think this is an impressive brew.
Would I buy it again: Sign me up, considering the age of this brew it is tasting amazing. I seriously impressed and want more. If only the borders weren't shut.
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