Prairie Artisan Ales
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About This Beer
The Stout specialists at Prairie started with a rich base swirled with pumpkin, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, coriander, clove, and caraway. Then they aged it nearly a year in bourbon barrels adding decadent accents of vanilla oak to the mix.
Cocoa kissed with autumnal spice tumbles into pumpkin pie topped with whiskey-infused whipped cream on every full sip. Bourbon caramel ties it all together for an incredibly balanced brew absolutely brimming with fall flavors. Just mind the 13.6% ABV as you soak in the season!
Rich Barrel Aged Oaky Spiced
Bourbon Barrels Cinnamon Coriander Nutmeg Pumpkin Clove Allspice
New gold standard for barrel aged pumpkin beers as far as I'm concerned. Pleasant warming from the barrel, perfect spice blend and that nice hearty and rich pumpkin.
Nose smelled of pumpkin pie. The taste was more of a roasty coffee stout with pumpkin spices. Clove was a bit too heavy for sure.
heavy alcohol taste, just not very good
barrel aged, clove and allspice, not very heavy but delicious.
Savory roasty flavor with chocolate & pumpkin.
4.54/5 look: 4.5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5 Poured from a 12 ounce bottle dated 8/22/22 into a snifter. Look- Black, medium brown frothy head, opaque, average head retention and lacing. Smell- Allspice, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, cocoa, bourbon, high strength of scent. Taste- Bourbon, allspice, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, coffee, high strength of flavor. Feel- Medium body, moderately mouth warming, very mildly mouth coating, slightly below average carbonation, mildly creamy, smooth. Overall- Look was jet black with average head retention and lacing. The bouquet was a delightful pungent mix of bourbon and pumpkin pie. Flavor was reminiscent of bourbon and pumpkin pie filling with a slight twinge of coffee. Feel was nice, but thinner with not as much mouth coating as expected. Overall this was a delicious fall beer and will be the high water mark I compare all pumpkin beers to.
what was I thinking lmao
One of my favorite stouts of all time. My first 5.0 on Tavour