RATINGS: 311   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.34/5   SEASONAL: Winter   IBU: 22   EST. CALORIES: 135   ABV: 4.5%
Jefferson Stout, Lazy Magnolia’s original Sweet Potato Cream Stout, is Lazy Magnolia’s version of the ideal Southern-Style Stout. Jefferson Stout is brewed with sweet potatoes and lactose (milk sugar). The sweet potatoes provide the background to an impressive taste with added notes of roasted chocolate, coffee and caramel flavors.

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mike5326 (1745) - virginia beach, Virginia, USA - JUL 15, 2016
Poured from a bottle. Dark brown color, small off white head. Cream and malt aroma. Medium body with a metallic malt flavor and a lingering metallic finish. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

Andrew196 (1861) - Katy, Texas, USA - JUN 20, 2016
Nice looking stout, bubbly beige head. Aroma of roasted nuts, tobacco, caramel and toffee. Pretty light and thin for a stout. Tastes like a not very sweet Mr. Goodbar...some earthiness too. Not bad, very drinkable.

andrewje41 (3767) - Kenmore, Washington, USA - JUN 19, 2016
12 oz bottle poured. Bottled on 1/21/16. Picked up in St. Pete. Mississippi beer! Took forever. Pours midnight black with a tan active fizz head. Sweet chocolate, slight metallic, and almost a pumpkin presentation aroma. Flavor is sweet cream, milk chocolate, hints of roast, and an all around sweet finish. Not a bad stout here. A little different. I like it.

GarrettB (1583) - San Diego, California, USA - JUN 8, 2016
June 23rd, 2014 - Sweet potatoes were a staple crop in my diet for more than a few years, and I still feel light-headed when I remember the gnarled sweet potato vendors out on a cold day in Japan, hawking the root vegetables fresh from the coals. For these reasons, any time I spot a sweet potato beer in the wild, I pay up, giddy with anticipation. Here we have sweet potato in stout form, and conformed to the stout style in appearance, dark and black with a mottled brown belt around the top. But the smell is strange, curious, and inviting. It has that shaggy, wet malt smell that brewery visitors will notice on brew days, with some dark apple sauce sweetness and soy sauce umami. I also catch flecks of pomegranate and strawberry, but nothing directly like the sweet potatoes I’ve chewed on. The body is shockingly light, with some vigorous carbonation, and a sweet and tangy taste, like a well overbooked sweet potato, orange ichor bubbling from from the flesh and caramelizing like a cooled lava flow. I also catch more strawberry and palisade peach, but dark and sultry. This is a stellar beer, a whole chorus of deep, dark sweets, none of which taste of sweet potato, but all of which dance around it, like planets around a root vegetable sun.

MetalNHopHead (1901) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - MAY 20, 2016
Lazy Magnolia’s sweet potato-infused Jeff Stout certainly was an appropriately southern beer to get my first MS rating. Lazy Magnolia uses a light touch with the sweet potato, and it works nicely here. There’s just a hint of earthy, starchy potato. It blends nicely with the regular Sweet Stout notes of cream, buttery chocolate, and dessert coffee. Smooth, rich mouthfeel that seems much fuller than the 4.65% ABV would have you expect. Nice to meet ya, Lazy Magnolia.

oldrtybastrd (5002) - Fort Walton Beach, Florida, USA - MAY 9, 2016
Deep dark brown body. Aromas of malt, coffee and chocolate. Nice flavor of malt, coffee and chocolate as well. The finish was a little lighter than most, but still had a decent creaminess.

HuskerTan (2168) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - MAY 1, 2016
Bottle. A- Chocolate syrup, milk, subtle coffee, roasty. A- Black color, black liquid, brown head. T- Chocolate syrup, milky, sweet, slightly roasty, slightly dry, subtle coffee bitterness. P- Medium body, average texture, average carbonation, balanced finish. O- Wanted this mostly for the novelty of being brewed with sweet potatoes. Can’t say that I really got much sweet potato. It definitely added to the sweetness but didn’t have a pronounced flavor. It was good though. I expected it to be a weird novelty beer and in turn it was actually very tasty.

CanIHave4Beers (4184) - Pouring Bus, Iowa, USA - MAR 30, 2016
Bottle, shared by me... in the library... just now.
Pours basically black with a big tan head and some nice lacing on the glass.

The aroma is lightly roasty and mildly sweet. It does smell like sweet potatoes and I can’t get upset about that. It’s got some mild molasses and coffee in there, fine enough.

The flavor is very very molasses like with a roasty bitterness and a medium level of sweetness. The sweet potatoes are noticeable but less so than they are in the aroma. It’s got some baking cocoa, some espresso, and a light bit of caramel.

chucklemation (1635) - Royal Oak, Michigan, USA - MAR 28, 2016
Pours a jet black with a thin white head. Aroma is lactose, chocolate, roast, burnt sugar, and a metallic note. Flavor is chocolate and roast, with the lactose turning into some vegetal notes. Has a light body. Meh.

weitz15 (581) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - MAR 19, 2016
Dark pour. At best, only hints of notes of roasted chocolate, coffee and caramel flavors. Dull finish as well. Needs something to jump out.

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