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Southern Tier Imperial Creme Brulee Stout

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Southern Tier Imperial Creme Brulee Stout gives true meaning to the term 'liquid dessert'

Imperial Crème Brûlée Stout
Imperial Milk Stout
Southern Tier Brewing Co./Lakewood, NY

Southern Tier's sudsy take on crème brûlée gives true meaning to the term "liquid dessert." The cow on the label stands for its milk stout style as well as the lactose sugar in the mix, which also includes pale malt, dark caramel malt, vanilla bean and hops. The result is a concoction that can stand alone as a dessert (with rich flavors of sweet caramel and vanilla) while still tasting like beer (with a dark roasted taste). If you have ever eaten crème brûlée, then you know exactly what this beer tastes like. For a truly grand dessert, try topping vanilla ice cream with this creamy milk stout.

Price: $9.49 for 22 oz.
9.5 percent ABV

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