chefgordy (1) - Hattiesburg, Mississippi, USA - APR 21, 2006 does not count
Nice rich roasted flavor with creamy inish to the palate. Rice chocolate dark color a nutty aroma and a medium betterness to the taste mmurray (3) - Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi, USA - JUN 25, 2006 does not count
Rich, full flavored with a slight bitterness. Great Sweet Potato finish. Not as thick as my favorite stout, Guinness but a nice niche with the sweet potatoes...
My favorite way to drink it?
Here in hancock County we make a drink called Prailines ’n Cream. It’s Southern Pecan and Jefferson Stout in a Black and Tan Fashion... Great with the combination of sweet potatoes and pecans... both flavors are truely southern... mtrain237 (12) - Florida, USA - MAR 29, 2009
Another great selection by this brewery. No heavy flavor or taste. This beer is full of nice subtleties. The sweet potato is a great addition. I recommend this to anyone likes a great stout or someone who isnt too sure about dark heavy beers. This one is easy drinking and lighter than most stouts. tio (7) - Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA - MAY 29, 2011 does not count
The sweet potatoes is not very pronounced, but it is one of the best sweet stouts I’ve had. Has all the roasted flavors I like in a beer. MorganBaughman (149) - Long Beach, Mississippi, USA - JUL 15, 2012
This has got to be my favorite dark beer. I love the idea of having sweet potatoes as an ingredient. When we tried the unfiltered version of this beer, we found it had layers of flavor and surprisingly finished with a Thin Mint taste! Rob, unfortunately, is not a fan of dark beers, and he said the filtered version "tastes like a cigarette" to him. Every time someone pours him a bit of Jefferson Stout, he pours it into my glass when no one is looking, which is fine by me. :o)
Cletus (6368) - Connecticut, USA - MAR 20, 2011
Pours dark brown with a nice, light brown head. Smells of roasted malt, some molasses, spicy. Tastes roasty and chocolatey with a nice, full bodied finish.