Bevy Of Swans
Parish Brewing Co.
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About This Beer
To craft this confectionery treat, the Parish crew teamed up with the Stout masters at Bottle Logic. The duo started with a roasty Imperial Stout rife with cocoa notes. Then they loaded it with white chocolate, Tahitian vanilla, and black raspberries for an opulent Chambord Liqueur accent. It’s like drinking a gourmet box of chocolate truffles!
Every sip of Parish’s decadent Imperial Pastry Stout is like drinking a gourmet box of chocolate truffles. Creamy cascades of white chocolate and vanilla mousse course throughout, with luscious undercurrents of tangy black raspberry cordial.
Sweet Rich Smooth
White Chocolate Tahitian Vanilla Beans Black Rasberry
raspberry and vanilla bomb. good stuff
Too sweet for me. Could not finish one.
Not big on raspberry or white chocolate in my opinion. Sort of floating between. I had high hopes for this one based on Parish other beers and this one fell short.
chocolate, raspberry, vanilla, smooth, sweet, medium body - enjoyable
sweet, raspberry hits nice
Good but pretty sweet, as expected. Enjoyed it!
Wow. Just irresponsibly luscious, thick, sweet, and delicious. The booze is hidden too well in this, but it’s a dessert bomb, rich and heavy. Parish really are kings of brewing.
Chocolate, vanilla, raspberries & sweetness.
Nice raspberry and chocolate.
Extremely sweet, so it’s definitely a dessert drink, but the flavor is complex.
amazing flavor! vanilla and raspberry really through.
OMG! Was not expecting anything of that calibre. Flavor of chilled cognac soaked raspberries coated with white chocolate. I sipped and savored until the glass was completely empty, wanting more. Talk about consumer remorse.
wow this is dessert in a can.
Low carbonation, barely any raspberry or any of the alleged ingredients for that matter, but it is a nice decadent, dessert stout. ￼Old school well-balance in a modern dessert stout.
for me, this was perfect. raspberry and chocolate notes, creamy. so decadent.
definitely on the sweet side but the fruit and the vanilla are tasty
this is an extremely thick stout. I can taste all that the description mentions. I enjoy this one for sure
Slight raspberry after tones with an overwhelmingly silky vanilla feel
Nice balance of barrel, vanilla and sweet fruit undertones.
One of the best dessert stouts I’ve ever tasted.
really great flavor. easy lasting vanilla creeps in the finish. marvelous Stout
delicious dessert stout, almost like a raspberry white chocolate cake
Tastes good but the flavors were very subtle.
very well balanced. not overly sweet with thebwhite chocolate and vanilla being the stars with hints of raspberry on the finish
fantastic dessert beer.
Smooth and sweet. Well made stout.
Decent 4.20. Mice chocolate on the buds. Silky
Very smooth and not too boozy. Lots of chocolate with a hint of coffee bitterness and a bit of fruit. Parish stouts seem very balanced; not the richest but not overpowering and great flavors. Fruit and chocolate isn’t my thing but it’s tasty.
I'm loving the luscious raspberry cream combo. Not to mention, their super clean can art as well. But what more could you ask for when two of the best in the biz have a meeting of the minds?
I like Parish beers but this one is too sweet and doesn't cone together for me.
Sweet, dark, woody, and the lightest tingle of fruit come forward.