Cypress Brewing Company
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About This Beer
These brew-bakers at Cypress crafted Lighthouse Tiramisu with loads of coffee, plenty of vanilla beans, and heaps of cocoa for all the melt-in-your-mouth flavors of the classic Italian dessert. With a delightfully light 4.6% ABV American Brown Ale base, you could savor two or three glasses without worrying about over indulging.
Rich aromas of sweet cream, freshly ground espresso, and roasted chocolate float up from its silky pour. Each soft mouthful sweeps you off your feet with hints of caramelized sugar, mocha, and luscious shortbread.
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I usually don't like coffee heavy ales, but this does better than most.
coffee for sure but missing tiramisu creaminess
tastes like a brown ale. nothing wrong with that, but I was promised tiramisu.
solid brown ale. not much tiramisu flavor
I liked it. nuff said.
Nice light beer despite being very dark, bitter with mild sweetness. More like a dark chocolate black coffee than Tiramisu.
Mild coffee bitterness works to balance the chocolate flavor. Wonderful.
Surprisingly tasty for the low ABV - roasty, coffee, dark
Great, easy to drink, flavors are wonderful.
Interesting and prominent coffee flavor, but a little too bitter finish for my taste
has a smooth taste would get again
Perfect Holiday Season beer! Dark, great taste, goes down dangerously easy! Subtle espresso notes, nothing is overdone (or underdone)! Best Brown Ale I’ve had in some time!
Was not a fan, missing a lot of the flavor notes that were described. Definitely a miss on this one.
sweet and smooth
Nice dessert, not much body.
Delisiously sweet and nutty.
Solid American Nut Brown ale with espresso, cocoa, and vanilla. Possibly can hint tiramisu after the flavors combine towards end of the bite, not bad I expected a bit more sweeter. Still real good, I love American nut brown ales.
Tasted like a barely sweetened brown ale, not sure where the tiramisu comes in
it was ok
Nice coffee flavor but wasn’t bitter. had a hint of chocolate and cream. it’s a nice flavor and mouth feel
They missed the mark on this one
decent nut brown ale, liked the experimentation, and was enjoyable to drink. don’t see many adjuncts in nut brown ale and I guess I prefer roasting as the major source of flavor. interesting prep and I was glad to have a few; I’d have again.
Tastes like a coffee ale. I didn't get any of the other flavors except maybe a hint of vanilla. Also a tad bitter, not bad though.
I will be back for more!
Dated 09-16-21. Aroma is is mild cocoa , roasted nuts. Flavor is soft chocolate, soft coffee, soft vanilla finish. Normal body for the style. Overall, it seems weak soft.