The Brewing Projekt
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Weirdly satisfying. It's as close as you'll get to sweet potato pie & marshmallows in beer form that's for sure! I personally wouldn't classify it as an imperial pastry stout, as it's a bit light all around for that, minus the sweet part. But it is one that I would get again to pass around as a "you've got to try this!" beer.. Make sure to gently roll/swirl the can before pouring.. The sweet potato settles at the bottom and the "chunks" don't look that appealing. Lol.
Flavor profile is accurate. Sweet potato and nutmeg in a can. Just didn’t find it pleasing.
This is a hefty brew! Truly a meal in a can with lovely cinnamon and nutmeg notes. A slow sipper, to be sure!
Sweet but a lot of flavor
Delicious. A great after dinner beer. With sweet cinnamon flavor this beer is a real treat.
I think I like it but not 100% sure how much. I definitely don’t hate it.
Not really a stout. Tastes more like a sour beer that is attempting to imitate a stout.
Perfect expression of sweet potato in a beer. Hits every note it claims.
Tasted better the closer it got to room temp...
I never thought I’d have a sweet potato pie stout but this was close to a pumpkin beer. Nice balance on the spice.
First pastry stout I’ve enjoyed
Smooth, no bitter after taste
Thick and creamy with a sweet punch.
Weirdly good. Interesting creaminess and you can taste the adjuncts. Tastes like a stout sweet potato casserole
this is weirdly great... tastes as close to sweet potato pie in a glass as you can get. wow.
Great flavor, really enjoyed the sweet potato pie flavor at the end.
Need work on stouts
Really interesting and different! Tastes of nutmeg and sweet potato.
Sweet potatoe pie in a can. Definitely an experience.
Not my favorite, thin body and had a sort of chemically off-brand cola taste almost to it.
Smooth but nothing special
Tastes like an actual pie. Incredible.
Sweet and delicious
It’s true exactly what it said. I did not enjoy it as a drinking beer. I did find it makes a wonderful marinate for steak that’s going into the smoker though.
Chunks of sweet potato.
Probably the best pastry stout I've ever had. The spice notes are perfectly balanced and the marshmallow comes through adding creaminess. You don't need sweet potato casserole when you have this beer.
Sweet and creamy. Getting a lot of the spices, specifically the nutmeg at the back.
Tasty to be sure, you absolutely get all of the flavors starting with sweet potato and cinnamon finishing with the nutmeg and marshmallow in my opinion. Drank while eating chocolate, I don’t consider this to be the heaviest “meal” stout, rather a great combination to have after a meal. I read a note about sourness and I do agree with that, not sure where it comes from. Very tasty to be sure but hard to give it over four stars as my immediate impression or thought goes to it being a stout. Instead it’s reminiscent of a dark beer with an edge
Tasty adjunct stout! 12 oz is right size pour.