Bakery: Sticky Bun
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Bourbon bread coffee vanilla maple syrup
Nice Cinnamon Roll after taste!
Surprised me with the pecan taste. Was enjoyable.
I felt like I was having my Sunday morning coffee and a cheat meal all in one with this one! It truly tasted like an amazing dark roasted coffee dipped sticky bun! I would buy up a hundred more if I could.
Was expecting more
More bitter at first but it tastes sweeter the more you drink
The cinnamon helps ease in the Bourbon flavor, nice maple and pecan flavors. A bit of char. Tastes like a spicy dark hot chocolate.
Awesome liquid sticky bun. Fantastic maple syrup and pecan flavor. Wish I bought more than one.
I was pretty underwhelmed by this one. Had higher hopes. No barrel flavor, nothing sticky about it. Kind of a plain pecan stout.
maple syrup and maple
I couldn’t get notes of anything except faint cinnamon. The beer was sticky and sweet, but I wasn’t particularly crazy about this one
With a name like Sticky Bun I was definitely expecting sweeter. But a nice beer to have to change it up
I now understand the hype around the bruery. This tastes like a Cinnabon mixed with booze. Amazing.
It’s fucking delicious!!!
Bourbon forward, boozy and bold. Caramel forward and delicious
So good!! Liquid sticky bun...
May be different than many Imperial Stouts you are used to. It certainly was for me. While most Imperials I have had have dark chocolate or coffee notes, giving it a robust flavor, this Pastry Stout is very true to its description and appearance. It is sweet and the head has a very syrupy effect that reminds me much of a sticky bun. I feel this beer should have a label that instructs people to have this with a sticky bun, cake, or something similar to compliment the beer with. With that being said, it is a very occasion oriented beer, as many Stouts are for me. This is perfect to pair with a desert. Otherwise, the first can I had was simply to heavy to finish. Not my kind of stout but one that does what it means to very well.
I’m always impressed when a beer gets everything on the can right. I got all of these flavors. The bourbon taste up front was helpful to offset the sheer sweetness of everything else.
This tasted like a drunken holiday! I would definitely call this a fall or winter beer, and hope it comes out seasonally around that time again because I will get a case! Hint of cinnamon, very unique for a stout - and I've tried many of them thanks to Tavour, so I know this definitely stood out to me.
Definitely can taste the Bourbon up front but the Pecans and Maple kick in to smooth it out. It tasted a little more boozy than it is but not enough to ruin the beer. I did buy 2 cans and waited until I drank it twice to rate. Loved it, glad it was in the crate
Maple in the beginning and cinnamon at the end. I’m experiencing an odd taste in the middle, which I assume is pecan. I also don’t care for the cinnamon finish. Maybe it is the type of cinnamon used.
It’s good. Don’t get me wrong. I did enjoy it, however all the flavors were very subtle. That beginning said, it hides the ABV well. It was enjoyable, but I would describe it as a BA stout for beginners. 😂
If you like nutty beers, it's for you. It says pecans, but that's not what I get. The aftertaste is better than the initial taste, but still doesn't really taste like a sticky bun. Had higher expectations I guess.
Sweet, but a little underlying spice.
Life is sticky when you overflow your glass of this sticky treat.
Good flavor, but a bit too sweet
Not as good as I expected from The Bruery
I was surprised by it. Put my expectations as low as possible. It’s hard to fall from the floor.
Didn’t love this. Heavy bourbon flavor. Some light cinnamon notes. Beyond that, not much else.