Wine & Spirits

Choklat: A Smokey Chocolate Stout

You’ve heard of “vanilla beer,” “chocolate beer,” “citrus beer,” and while those have hints of those flavors within them, they still taste, more or less, like beer.

Not Choklat, though! This is a hearty and powerful (10% alcohol by volume) stout brewed by the Lakewood NY Southern Tier Company, and it tastes like the perfect blend of hops and smokey chocolate!

Pour it into a brandy glass, sip warm or cold, and embrace the chocolate flavor opening up!

WARNING: This contains more alcohol than the typical beer (and TONS more than a Hershey bar!) so be mindful.

But if you’re not driving, and you’ve had a hearty meal, enjoy!

On the brewer’s recommendation: enjoy by itself, or as a float with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!


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