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Fremont Brewing "Darkstar" Imperial Oatmeal Stout, Washington (12oz Can)
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"Dark Star is part of our imperial series and is inspired by the wandering tribes scattered through the terrible journey of time and space and adrift in the dark matter between the spaces of then and now. Dark Star is a dark, mysterious yet silky oatmeal stout of grand proportions balanced by a firm hop handshake...go ahead, enjoy the journey...Because Beer Journeys Matter!" (Producer Notes)
Price: $2.49

2022 Epic Brewing Company "Big Bad Baptist" Imperial Stout w/ Cocoa Nibs & Coffee Beans, Utah (12oz can)
One Big Bad Imperial Stout with Cocoa nibs and Coffee beans. Each season's release uses a different dark roasted coffee.
Price: $5.49

Brewer's Notes: Barrel-Aged Porter. This barrel-aged sour is aged for 12-months in used Petite Sirah barrels. Dry and light in body with rich roasted malt notes of chocolate and coffee, and subtle fruit aromatics imparted by the wine barrels. This beer has a crisp mouthfeel, lively carbonation and a mildly tart finish. DUE TO RUSSIAN RIVER BREWING COMPANY'S HIGH STANDARDS AND COMMITMENT TO KEEPING THEIR BEER FRESH, K&L CANNOT SHIP OR TRANSFER RRBC BEERS OUTSIDE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. THIS INCLUDES ALL DELIVERY OR WILL CALL ORDERS TO SOUTHERN CA...
Price: $10.99

Imperial Coffee Chocolate Stout brewed with cocoa nibs aged in Jim Beam barrels.
Price: $11.99

Great Divide Brewing  "Barrel Aged Series - Peanut Butter Yeti" Imperial Stout aged in Whiskey Barrels, Colorado (19.2oz can)
Yeti lives in a world of pure imagination where nothing is out of the realm of possibility. If the Yeti can dream it, Great Divide can brew it. For this savory entry into the esteemed Yeti Series canon, we’ve created a dark chocolate peanut butter cup in a can. The signature flavors of Yeti are complemented by the nuttiness of everyone’s favorite spread. It’s PEANUT BUTTER YETI time!
Price: $11.99

Bourbon-barrel aged stout with vanilla beans. Sure, it’s not lasagna, but it beats the pants off of your average Monday. Also Nermal can gtfo. Aaaaanyway, Heckin’ Chonker is a luxurious blend of multiple barrel-aged stouts with a hint of fresh stout added for vibrancy. It’s ideal for naps in sunbeams, if you can find a suitable one in the winter.
Price: $8.49

Made with 2-Row Pale, Rolled Oats, Malted Oats, and White Wheat with ICitra, Mosaic, Strata, and Sorachi Ace hops. Aromas of Guava, pineapple, and lychee tropical notes with grapefruit orange, pine and florals.
Price: $3.99

There's little on earth as heavenly as a perfectly poured draught Guinness. With the Guinness widget, you can get pub-quality Guinness at home. The tiny widget activates when you crack the can, releasing a tiny stream of bubbles. Tilt your glass and fill it with Guinness's distinctive dark brew and watch as tap-worthy head begins to form.
Price: $2.29

Imperial Stout Brewed w/ Maple Syrup & Coffee. Inspired by early mornings drinking diner coffee and enjoying a comforting pile of syrup covered waffles. Big and bold, expect deep layers of baker's chocolate, toasted bread, and rich maple sugar balanced by freshly ground coffee beans: full-bodied and coating, a pure treat.
Price: $6.49

Fermented and aged in Missouri Oak and finished on hundreds of pounds of coffee from Klatch Coffee & thousands of pounds of raw coconut.
Price: $42.99

From the brewery: "Kalamazoo Stout represents stouts in the Bell's year-round roster, offering a blend of dark chocolate and coffee flavors with just a hint of brewer's licorice. One of our oldest recipes, it balances a significant hop presence against the roast malt body."
Price: $2.09

Huge Imperial Stout based on Evil Twin Brewings Even More Jesus spiced like Prairie Artisan Ales Bomb with coffee, vanilla, chilies and cacao nibs.
Price: $10.99

First introduced by San Francisco's famed Anchor Brewing in the 1970s, Anchor Porter is a unique dark brew that uses specially roasted malts, top-fermenting yeast and only the freshest whole hops. Naturally carbonated to produce an intensely rich flavor with subtle notes of chocolate, toffee and coffee, Anchor Porter also has the kind of thick, creamy head dark beer lovers yearn for.
Price: $2.19

Ola Dubh 18 (pronounced ‘ola-doo’ and Gaelic for ‘black oil’) is what you get when you age Old Engine Oil in casks formerly used to mature Highland Park 18 (‘Best Spirit in the World’), which imparts a fruity, whisky character into our rich, dark beer. Ola Dubh was conceived in 2007. It was the first ale to be matured in whisky barrels from a named distillery and, with traceable casks and numbered bottles, it is a beer with real provenance. To make Ola Dubh 18, we take our Old Engine Oil (amped up to 10.5%) and age it for up to 6 months in casks that pr...
Price: $12.99

The story of the Dullahan comes from Ireland. He is depicted as a headless horseman, on a black horse, who carries his own head held high in his hand. The mouth is usually in a hideous grin that touches both sides of the head. The Dullahan is believed to use the spine of a human corpse for a whip. The ancient Irish believed that where the Dullahan stops riding, a person is due to die. The Dullahan calls out the person's name, drawing away the soul of his victim, at which point the person immediately drops dead.
Price: $3.49

From the brewery: "One of our many award-winning beers, Porter emphasizes the darker, roasted aspects of malt. Hints of dark chocolate and freshly roasted coffee provide the focus, while hops remain in the background. Not as full-bodied as a stout, Porter bridges the gap between malty brown ales and our more heavily roasted stouts."
Price: $1.99

Medium body with lots of caramel, notes of toasted nuts, and a touch of roast coffee. Great dark beer for summer, very approachable and not too sweet or roasty.
Price: $4.29

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Now available in widget cans, Left Hand’s Nitro Milk Stout, America’s top-selling craft nitro stout, is not one to be overlooked. It pours with a beautiful presentation—and should be poured hard—as upward waves of foam cascade to the top of a dark black glass. The pillowy head releases initial notes of rich malt, roasted nuts, mocha and cocoa powder. The plush, smooth, mouthfilling palate offers more of the same, with lingering notes of vanilla ice cream topped with roasted cocoa nibs, toasted walnuts and espresso powder. It’s...
Price: $2.49

From the brewery: "A few times in the history of craft beer it has happened that a highly praised beer rises beyond mortal stardom into a higher godly league. Usually the recipe to make such heavenly drops is thick fudge-like body, pitch black color, amazingly overwhelming aromas of chocolate, coffee, dark fruits and muscovado sugar, obviously only made in limited amounts and most crucial of all - it must taste rare!"
Price: $5.49

This Beer Buddies Project release was brewed in conjunction with our beer buddies over at @birdrockcoffeeroasters and drinks like a medium roast coffee. It comes in at 8% and boasts a fruity aroma, spiced flavors, and chocolatey, biscuity notes
Price: $3.49

Made using Timeless Coffee from Oakland, this Coffee Porter has bold flavors of chocolate, medium roast coffee, and an undertone of smoke. Pleasantly balanced with just a hint of Coffee bitterness. Medium bodied with a lingering, dry finish.
Price: $3.99

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