Dessert Cart - Pecans & Caramel
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Very good! Boozy at the end which was great. Thick stout with lots of flavor!
Plenty of flavor but a little sweeter than I like. Well done and worth trying.
It tastes like an Arby's cherry turnover to me. Nice. Cheers.
Big, syrup thicc, pecan flavor, boozy.
Excellent- need I say more?
Pecan pie desserts
Lovely mouth feel. Light caramel and pecan on the nose, a tiny bit of caramel in the mouth. A nice smooth dessert stout.
Flavors tasted artificial. Not great.
Tastes pretty good for 10%
Kind of flat and syrupy, not much flavor for a stout that says pastry. Seems like more and more breweries are putting flavors in titles that aren’t followed up in the beer. Pecan and caramel are hard to pinpoint. Boozy but not much going on here
Really smooth and flavorful
Pecan stout! Sooo good
Not heavy barrel age but solid flavor
The bitter and sweet did not match. Very sharp taste with an over powering pecan flavor and sweetness. Wouldn’t buy again
Smooth, Carmel and pecan come thru baybeeeeeeeeeeeeee
Chilled and poured into an imperial pint glass. Look: brown, almost black. Small, half finger width head. Light lacing down the glass. Smell: sweet, little caramel, some nutty notes, roast. Taste: sweet up front, caramel, roast, a little booze, nutty but not over the top. We actually got out some whole pecans and compared flavor to flavor, so the beer is more sweet caramel than nut. Overall, the sweet caramel overshadows the pecan nutty notes, but if you reach a little pecan is there, almost like a super sweet praline pecans. We almost get maple notes because it is so sweet. Feel: on the tongue we get a good, fresh tickle of carbonation. If you swish around a bit you get a medium-ish syrupy mouthfeel that coats a little, probably from the oats. Pretty good beer. This is our second from this brewer and they have been pretty close to their descriptions. Cheers!
Nothing special and doesn’t taste like any of the adjuncts.
So sweet, but light. Loving this one so much.
This pastry Stout is is actually pretty drinkable. it doesn't taste like beer but rather chocolate milk with some caramel syrup. But it's all moderate, it's not overly sweet.
I love dark beer, but I couldn’t get this one down.
A tad too strong to taste much of the pecan or caramel but still a solid beer.
Had high hopes from MW after loving their IPAs. Pecan done wrong, way too bitter. Dumped it.
I really wanted to rate higher because it was like a liquid praline but the aftertaste was too much booze
Good flavors, just seemed thinner on feel while at that booze level somehow. Good, but I’d hoped for more like a pecan pie richness. Still love Mtns Walking!
Not bad I enjoyed
Great taste, could be a little thicker
Loved it. Perfect amount of pecan
A lot of flavor or caramel and pecans, thick Stout.
I liked the flavor a lot but wish there was less of the alcohol bite. Maybe only 9% was needed lol.
Definitely as described! A little too sweet for me, but it was a good slow sipper
Dessert in a can, a bit sweet for my taste though perfect for after dinner by the fire. Pretty much just as advertised and like most of Mountains Walking, it’s the shiz.
Really enjoy pastry stouts and this is no exception.
When sufficiently warmed it was quite good. The caramel note adds a buttery smooth finish
I was expecting more sweet than what I got. Wanted more caramel. Still quite tasty, but just missed hitting the bullseye.
Sweet, chocolate milk with some nuttiness. The alcohol heat is well masked.
Boozy and delicious
A bit more pecan than caramel, but still delicious.
Sweet as the name suggests and syrupy. Good pecan notes.
It’s pretty standard non-BA stuff, albeit upper tier for that class. Worth the try.
Not bad. I’m such a caramel person.
Love the pecan, not overdone with the caramel. Improves as it warms. Not super boozy either. Good for the style.
Dessert. Sweet. Kinda thick.
Smooth, but I didn’t get much pecan or caramel. A little bland compared to other Mountains Walking that I’ve tried
This was a tasty slow sipper.
16oz can from Tavour. Darkest brown, tiny ring of tan head, film. Sweet aroma, chocolate, pecans. Taste adds caramel, more chocolate, more pecans, like a liquid Turtle © candy. Luscious
lots of sweetness no pecan. The sweetness doesn’t really exactly equal caramel, solid base pastry stout though
Just Damn Good!
Party in my mouth
Wondering if I got a bad can (brewed too hot?) Strong taste of nail polish remover.
Totally taste the caramel and pecan
Overwhelming artificial pecan taste made this undrinkable.
Very smooth. A tad sweet but so so smooth
Solid dessert stout. Balanced flavors. The only thing keeping it from a higher score is a lack of complexity. As I kept drinking I picked up some chocolate and coffee.
Very well done, smooth, light and crisp. Lots of great flavor and the after taste is amazing too.
Lots of caramel and chocolate flavor. I can tell it’s 10.5% abv though. Kinda strong for me. Happy to share half with my husband.
Loved it! Good balance of pecan & caramel
sweet but not too sweet, damn good pastry stout
a little too strong & decadent for me, but this is why they call it a pastry stout right? I again love this brewery so the Brewers here do a phenomenal job. definitely can taste the pecan, a small hint of caramel, and maybe chocolate.
Too sticky to be served in a 16oz can. It's pleasant for about 6oz and then it starts to taste like diabetus
caramel came through well but it was a bit too sweet
you definitely get the pecan and caramel. it’s sweet, almost as sweet as eating an actual praline. it’s a dessert beer, for sure.
great pecan pie without being over-the-top sweet
Thick and rich with lots of caramel.
tasty, but cloying.
Sweet, boozy. I yearned for a little more pecan.
sweet with a little bite on the aftertaste