Just like you, but different
What’s like a beer that’s like a desert or treat? Garage Project Chocolate Beer probably.
Unbelievably rich, dark and creamy
It comes with some very specific opening instructions, since it is a Nitro can, and you know these new fangled things can be tricky.
Nitro 355 ml can of a beer that is 4.7% ABV and that’s around the 141 calories a serve. That makes it some 1.2 standard drinks in NZ
One whole block of chocolate worth of Whittaker’s cacao nibs infused into every can.
Unbelievably rich, dark and creamy, brewed with chocolate malts, lactose and infused with vanilla and freshly batch roasted cocoa beans.
Tiny bubbles of nitrogen make it smoother and even more delicious.
If it was any more chocolatey we’d have to put it in a wrapper.
So, What could possibly go wrong?
Dark Chocolate is the predominant taste, but there’s not a lot of fullness about this, there’s not a big malt cushion to fill this out, it’s not quite like drinking ice chocolate, but if I added ice, perhaps.
The pdubyah-o-meter rates this as 8 of its things from the thing. It is what it says it is, chocolate beer. More chocolate than beer, and harder going than you might like.
The double dip review
Music for this: Lightsleeper by Neil & Liam Finn, Neil Finn, Liam Finn on the Spotify
Lightsleeper‘ is more Split Enz than Crowded House, more experimental and hallucinatory than pop
Dark brown to black in colour. Sweet stouts come in three main varieties – milk stout, oatmeal stout, and foreign stout. Milk stouts are made with the addition of lactose, and are sweet, low-alcohol brews. Oatmeal lends a smooth fullness of body to stouts, while foreign stouts are stronger (6.5-8% abv) and have a sweet malt profile and high esters. All of the sweet stouts are noted for their restrained roastiness in comparison with other stouts, and low hop levels.