Mammoth Brewing Co. "Dos Osos" Mexican Style Dark Lager, California (22oz)

SKU #1300504

"What better time of the year for our Imperial Mexican Style Dark Lager with vanilla beans, cocoa nibs, cinnamon and Mammoth's own Black Velvet coffee? Dos Osos comes out of the tanks ready for us to toast the local bears coming out of hibernation. So as a nod to spring time in the Sierra and groggy bears, we are drinking Dos Osos. Dos Osos emits aromas of coffee and cocoa nibs backed up by vanilla. The flavor follows with malty coffee and vanilla dominating the profile, while at the same time blending with chocolate and a suggestion of cinnamon. The lager yeast and long cold aging keeps the beer especially clean and crisp in the finish." (Producer Notes)

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Price: $9.49
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Alcohol Content (%): 7.5