Drink Bison Organic Chocolate Stout

Bison Organic Chocolate Stout


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Chocolate Stout (Bison Brewing)
Bison Organic Chocolate Stout (BeerAdvocate.com)
Bison Organic Chocolate Stout (RateBeer.com)

20141010:
This beer has a solid stout smell.

It also has a very carbonated mouthfeel.

I find it hard to detect more than a generic stout taste.

If anything, it has more of a coffee taste than a chocolate taste.

Overall, the beer is solid and the fizzy mouthfeel drops off, which to me is a good thing. 7:38PM PT

Website Information:
Chocolate Stout

The Original Chocolate Stout, brewed with Peruvian cocoa.

Like Barry White’s voice in a bottle, Bison’s Chocolate Stout is a dark, slow-pouring aphrodisiac of the smoothest proportions. Rich and roasty with charismatic flavors of dark chocolate and espresso, and creamy, dry finish. (5.0% abv | 20 IBUS).

Chocolate Stout is available year-round in 12 oz. 6-packs and draft. For more information on how to locate or order Chocolate Stout, contact info@bisonbrew.com.

Chocolate Stout + Food

back-ribs-sl-1646464-xEarthy, roasty and rich, Chocolate Stout pairs extremely well with grilled dark meats, mushroom-based dishes and sauces, pungent cheeses and rich desserts. It is also our favorite beer to use in the kitchen. There is something super magical about our Chocolate Stout that makes it a fantastic tenderizer for meat — especially short ribs. It adds amazing texture and flavor when baked into bread and also makes for a bad-ass ice cream. But, our most famous recipe, by far, is our Chocolate Stout Baked Mac & Cheese. Recommended pairings include oysters, grilled meats, short ribs, pulled pork, bacon, mushrooms, stews, quinoa, baked mac & cheese, chocolate, cheesecake, Gorgonzola, Stilton, Maytag Blue.

Environmental Impact

Bison strives to lead by example, educating that one not need sacrifice the pleasures of every day living to be green. Mindful of our carbon footprint, we strive to reduce our business and personal impacts.

Chocolate Stout is brewed with 100% certified organic hops, malts and cocoa. Restaurants and bars choosing to sell just one 15.5-gallon keg of organic beer per week causes a farmer to convert one football field of farmland from conventional to organic agriculture. That is a HUGE impact, and we have the numbers to prove it!

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