A Note on This Beer
High Gravity (noun) 1. Bold, flavorful and powerful beer. 2. Substantial, from intense flavor to higher alcohol content. example: “Everything Zaftig brews is high gravity -- just check out their roasty 9% ABV A-Crop Backlight Imperial Stout and you’ll instantly know their penchant for big-in-every-way beers.”
By focusing on bold, high gravity beers, Zaftig delivers knock-your-sock-off sipping experiences to Ohio craft fans. And it hasn’t gone unnoticed -- Untappd fan @Wheeler31 thinks today’s A-Crop is “Like a Guinness, but with some ass.” Wowee.
Robust notes of liquified brown sugar smack your palate with every sip. Potent flavors of blackstrap molasses provides a smooth backbone for full-bodied roasty character. The 9% ABV is engulfed by charred marshmallows and silky dark chocolate with hints of espresso beans, and the finish is surprisingly dry, beckoning you in for another mouth-coating sip.
Zaftig achieves their trademark silky smooth, sneakily boozy, big-ass beers-only mission by using all natural ingredients -- no syrups or extracts to get the gravity up. Now’s your chance to taste their focused expertise in A-Crop Backlight, just escaped from Ohio for the first time. Watch out though -- it’ll get you hooked on high gravity beers and you’ll be swearing off Guinness for good in no time. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
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