RATINGS: 135   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.52/5   SEASONAL: Winter   IBU: 55   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
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A full bodied porter that gets its dark luscious color from the generous use of roasted malts. We bring just enough hops to balance out the hefty malt backbone but leave the stars of the show to shine. You will get just the right amount of chocolate and peanut butter to question whether you’re drinking a glass of delicious suds or popping a peanut butter cup in your mouth.

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3.5
ChiGuy68 (626) - Illinois, USA - JAN 10, 2018
Tasted from a 12oz. can. It poured a deep dark brown with a tan head that left minimal spotty lacing. Peanut Butter and coco aroma. Taste of Reese's Pieces with a roasted malt backbone. Not nearly as interesting as I thought it would be. I was a bit disappointed when I saw "artificial flavor added." I am not impressed. 🎼Ahh! Me so horny! Ahh-Ahh! Me so horny! Ahh! Me so horny! Me love you long time!🎶

3.8
HopsWarden20 (104) - Beijing CN / Vevey CH, SWITZERLAND - DEC 29, 2017
355ml can @ Beijing China 外观:黑色 via Beer Buddy for iPhone

3.6
yespr (48895) - Copenhagen O, DENMARK - DEC 6, 2017
12 fl oz can. Pours dark brown, huge brown head. Distinct peanut and chocolate malty from a distance. Toffee, peanu and caramelish. Lingering caraemelish and peanut. Toasted malt finish.

4
superspak (6208) - Waterford, Michigan, USA - NOV 4, 2017
Got in a trade with The-Adjunct-Hippie. 12 ounce can into tulip glass, canned on 1/30/2017. Pours nearly opaque dark brown/black color with a 2 finger dense and rocky light khaki head with fantastic retention, that reduces to a nice cap that lasts. Thick soapy lacing clings on the glass, with a fair amount of streaming carbonation retaining the cap. Fantastic appearance. Aromas of big peanut butter, milk/dark chocolate, cocoa, coffee, caramel, toffee, fudge, brown sugar, vanilla, graham cracker, toasted dark bread, herbal, light pepper, and roast/toasted earthiness. Damn nice aromas with great complexity and balance of dark/roast/bready malt, peanut butter, chocolate, and light-moderate earthy hop notes; with great strength. Taste of big peanut butter, milk/dark chocolate, cocoa, coffee, caramel, toffee, fudge, brown sugar, vanilla, graham cracker, toasted dark bread, herbal, light pepper, and roast/toasted earthiness. Light-moderate herbal/spicy hop and roast bitterness on the finish. Lingering notes of peanut butter, milk/dark chocolate, cocoa, coffee, caramel, toffee, fudge, brown sugar, vanilla, graham cracker, toasted dark bread, herbal, pepper, and roast/toasted earthiness on the finish for a while. Great complexity, robustness, and balance of dark/roast/bready malt, peanut butter, chocolate, and light-moderate earthy hop flavors; with a great roast/hop bitter/sweet balance, and zero acrid/astringent flavors after the finish. Lightly increasing dryness from hop/roast bitterness. Medium carbonation and medium-plus body; with a very smooth, creamy/bready, and lightly silky/sticky/chalky balanced mouthfeel that is nice. Zero warming alcohol as expected of 6.5%. Overall this is an excellent American porter! All around great complexity, robustness, and balance of dark/roast/bready malt, peanut butter, chocolate, and light-moderate earthy hop flavors; very smooth and easy to drink with the modestly bitter/drying finish. Impressively rich malt complexity, with great PB/chocolate presence and balance. Pretty much identical to the imperial version, but this is a little more intense on roast/coffee notes and earthy hop presence. A really enjoyable offering.

2.9
kramer (6991) - Sunbury, Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 1, 2017
Can. Pours a dark brown body with a one finger frothy brown head. The nose is dominated by the peanut butter with lesser chocolate and a little caramel sweetness. The flavor is about what I’ve come to expect from most peanut butter beers, lots of artificial tasting peanut butter powder and a lingering chemical like finish. There’s some chocolate flavor as well, but doesn’t taste like it’s from the malt, it tastes like extract. Never a fan of beers that derive most of their flavor from chemicals. Medium bodied and sticky with fizzy carbonation. Wouldn’t go for a second round of this. 3/6/6/3/11

3.8
gopherfan99 (2012) - Minnesota, USA - AUG 25, 2017
Can; pours dark brown with a tan head; strong peanut butter aroma with some roasted malt and a little chocolate; taste is more peanut butter than chocolate with roasted malt; dry, peanut butter finish with a touch of roasted malt bitterness

4.1
commonmac (1367) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUL 27, 2017
12oz can shared by commonshawn. Consumed outside on the patio. Aroma is pleasant like Reese’s Puffs cereal...chocolate and peanut butter working in tandem. Great nose. Taste follows suit with plenty of sweetness with an artificial flavor quality. That flavor is delicious though. Peanut butter cereal comes to mind again. Slightly thin mouthfeel. Better than anticipated. Solid first beer to have tried from this brewery.

4.1
commonshawn (1339) - Minnesota, USA - JUL 22, 2017
12oz can. Cola brown black with creamy tan head. Smells amazing, heavy peanut butter and chocolate. Sweet, rich, tasty. .medium body. Really good.

3.6
Block (3222) - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA - JUL 21, 2017
Dark pour, tan head. Lots of peanut in the aroma. Flavor is sweet, malty. More peanut butter, some chocolate. Not too roasted. Pretty nice. The finish is some lingering bitterness with some peanut powder.

3.5
unclefrito62 (380) - Stow, Ohio, USA - MAY 7, 2017
12 ounce can from home. Very Nice! Taste is really good with chocolate, missing peanut butter once again. Very smooth on palate and over all really nice beer for porter.


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