Prairie Artisan Ales
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Big amazing coffee stout.
It was good. Would order it again at that price. But I wasn't blown away. Merely not disappointed.
A bit more spice on the after taste would propel this beer into the stratosphere
Indeed, this was the bomb. Killer stout!
Regular beer. Nothing too special with the taste
This is a nicely done non-barrel aged stout. It has a well done creamy and smooth body with a nice mild thickness to it and a tasty, subtly vanilla-y, coffee and dark chocolate flavor with a spot on touch of heat to its finish.
It was a little too much going on, but the rest of it tasted aiight.
Very good. Loved it.
Strong yet smooth
Like a liquid chocolate bar. Excellent
Absolutely delicious! First wave was smooth and sweet. Second wave had just a hint of pepper that perfectly balanced it out. Love this beer!!
Really tasty, but too sweet for me.
Toasty, chocolatey, smooth and boozy goodness
Too sweet and boozy. Also has an unpleasant finish. It's not my cup of tea.
Kahlua. Cough syrup. Continental breakfast coffee, budget motel. All things umami. Petrified raisins.
The perfect stout to share with stout-doubters.
This did everything but Bomb!
Taste of whiskey overwhelms pallet. Tossed in garbage!
Wasn’t my favorite but spicy
Never gets old. Bomb! Is consistently a go-to beer for me. So well balanced and flavorful and complex.
Love Prairie! Dark, rich, spicy treat
Not that good sadly. Definitely taste the coffee but that’s pretty much it. No spicy taste at all.
Sadly, this version is not quite what I remember from last year.
BOOM! That is the sound of this smooth, potent brew exploding on the taste buds. All of the flavors take a turn with a subtle heat building at the tail end. Wonderful.
The complexity of the flavors take many tastes to fully appreciate. The thick pull of the imperial hints the espresso without overpowering. That then leaves and just the lightest spice comes in. In the back is a smoothe vanilla finish as the flavour all but dissapears. little remnants of the spice remain up front. I'm still surprised that this is 12% as the strength does not present itself. Very well done.
Honestly one of the best stouts I’ve had in a long time. Stands up to Bourbon County and other reference stouts.
Delicious, had it with a cigar and ended up being a perfect pairing.
Coffee, vanilla, and chocolate!
Really smooth stout but no spice comes through at all - not even a hint.
Great balanced stout. Very smooth
Really solid coffee stout.
Very tasty and smooth
Love this beer more every year!
Surprised but this. Others may like this, but it didn’t do it for me.
This is good, but I also feel jipped, this is a great stout, but I was expecting some heat, I get a lot of vanilla and VERY minimal heat, coffee is also lost
Nice but doesn’t stand out. Overall a smooth and easy tasting stout but the flavors don’t really come through as I thought they would.
This is definitely a stout worth trying if you like your stouts.
Chocolate, coffee and Chile pepper flavors are upfront. Along with creamy vanilla finish. The heat is light and pleasant. Could have amped it up just a little more.🍻👊🏻
I was initially going to rate this a 3.75 or 4.0 solely based on its crushability, but it was very flavorless. I was completely mistaken in drinking this straight from the fridge. This is a stout that NEEDS to be served warm. At first I was very disappointed since I got almost no flavors or aromas whatsoever. It was only after I let it warm up that I started getting huge hits of rich chocolate and pepper spiciness, as well as a bit of the alcohol flavor you would expect from a 12%ABV beer. More of the aromas open up too, of bitter cocoa nibs and pungent chilies. The flavors really do hit like a bomb, but this should have been called “creeper” since it slowly creeps up on you. Definitely recommend this to all the warm stout drinkers.
Tasty and not too spicy
Outstanding flavor. I’d prefer a Bomb with 8%ABV but I guess it wouldn’t be “the Bomb”
Oh.My.God. imagine the strongest, smoothest mocha cold brew. That is this beer. Amazing.
Big, boozy chocolate fudginess. The tiny kiss of heat at the end keeps coming back for more!
If you’ve never tried this, you’re missing out. Good solid stout.
Been a favorite of mine for 5 years
perfectly executed. prairie artisan ales brings the pastry stouts with great additives. this release of bomb blew me away as an intro to their style.
Perfect balance of everything in this brew.
Gave to a friend who raved about it!
Decent stout. A little too sweet. Was definitely hoping for the chili pepper kick that was completely nonexistent.
VERY SWEET. Super yummy though.
Very sweet and smooth.
Great chocolate and coffee notes. Very smooth and tasty.
love mw some spicy stout
my memories of this are better than the present experience. it seemed thin and the winter spices were a little off to me. not bad but not too good.
always good. lots of strong flavors but they balance nicely. even the spice is just right.