Burial Beer Tin Cup Camp Stout

Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine - - Sweet, American, And Export Stout -

LOC: Asheville, North Carolina ABV: 5% | IBUS: N/A | SRM: N/A

What the brewer says

“A house blend of Counter Cul­ture Cof­fee beans works with a com­plex cadre of dark malts, flaked ad­juncts, and lac­tose to forge this all-day de­light.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Soft milk-choco­late aroma with a faint nut­ti­ness. Pretty del­i­cate, nice and invit­ing with malt sweet­ness and a touch of cof­fee.” Fla­vor: “Cof­fee and choco­late tastes up front with light spici­ness from the cof­fee to­ward the end of the sip. Mod­er­ate car­bon­a­tion and light as­trin­gency help the spici­ness give a light bite at the end. More bit­ter than sweet with a light lac­tose creami­ness.” Over­all: “Cof­fee-for­ward in the fla­vor but lack­ing in the aroma. Aroma presents a sweeter and creamier beer than what is de­liv­ered by the cof­fee-fu­eled fla­vor. Well ex­e­cuted.”

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