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Brewed By: Clown Shoes

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Number of Ratings: 112

Style: Mexican Imperial Chocolate Stout

Brewed In: 23 Hayward St., Ipswich, MA 01938, USA

ABV: 9%

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rabbitfuzz619 profile picturerabbitfuzz619 - December 19, 2013
Kind of a chocolatey soy sauce tinge.
Geistman profile pictureGeistman - December 16, 2013
Generic chocolate stout. Nothing to stand out against the rest.
mrporter profile picturemrporter - November 17, 2013
specksofdust profile picturespecksofdust - October 30, 2013
The chili paired nicely with my guacamole. Seems a bit more mellow than some of the other stouts. The alcohol is more well hidden and there is less edge than with Vampire Slayer and Blaecorn Unidragon. It may be due to the cinnamon and chili hiding the booze. It really does taste Mexican, speaking in synesthesia. Enjoyed it and would drink again gladly. EDIT: Enjoyed after one year aging. It smoothed out quite nicely. The chili subdued, and the spices and roasty malts now compliment the brew, rather than dominate it. Slightly better now, easier to drink, but not without sacrificing its unique character. profile - September 15, 2013
Rich, chocolate, sweet, med body.
BeerBeer13 profile pictureBeerBeer13 - August 31, 2013
Light chocolate stout.
CSpechtRock profile pictureCSpechtRock - July 21, 2013
Really wanted to like this one but just didn't. The chili pepper was just too much of a taste wrecker.
cocamide profile picturecocamide - June 22, 2013
Very rich and chocolatey.
chulk771 profile picturechulk771 - June 1, 2013
Slight carb, yet smooth. Mid body, oily. Chocolate & coffee upfront, and at end. Some hops adds flavor upfront. Roasted to burnt malt finishes, and lasts. Lasting flavor that balances ABV. 3.8... solid but could be thicker
Big Alsie profile pictureBig Alsie - April 19, 2013
Pours clean with a dark head that lingers. Mild stout with subtle heat from the chili's inside. Chocolate start with a light boozy finish. Overall a tasty brew.
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