PB French Press
Weathered Souls Brewing Co.
A Note on This Beer
A Stout stuffed with coffee, peanut butter, AND chocolate?
Sounds like a mouthwatering new Ben & Jerry’s flavor, I know –– with a 11.3% ABV boozy bonus! But it’s better than that, coming from Weathered Souls. They’re the Best Craft Brewery of 2020 according to Hop Culture!
This crew knows their Stouts! While Peanut Butter French Press is too new for ratings, it’s the fourth in a serious fan-favorite series with a whopping average 4.33 UT-rating!
The brilliant brew-baristas crafted Peanut Butter French Press with Dragon Juice coffee, a popular roast from the artisanal roasters at Longroad Coffee. The year-aged beans add earthy nuances of strawberry, cedar, and fermented chocolate to the already opulent brew.
Currents of creamy peanut butter course through every sip, providing a deliciously rich contrast to the coffee. Toasted cocoa nibs add an undercurrent of lush chocolate to complement both.
Each velvety, thick sip is like a decadent dark chocolate peanut butter mocha or a peanut butter cup with a coffee liquor!
One sip and you might just start taking all your coffee with peanut butter and chocolate. The big ABV is a little trickier, so I’ll leave that to the world-class brewers at Weathered Souls.
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slight peanut butter flavor, more coffee forward, I like their straight pb flavor better
Not great. But, very drinkable. If you are into Stouts you won’t be that disappointed.
Smooth roasted PB and chocolate with nice coffee notes. Winner in my book!
smooth peanut butter smell, coffee on the back. great pastry stout
roast with peanut butter notes, does not disappoint
Strong coffee with a wonderfully pronounced peanut butter flavor. Backed by a great, rich imperial stout that I would enjoy all by itself. Truly top notch. If they ever bourbon age this thing might never need any other beer.
The peanut butter is amazing, but the coffee on the end is so bitter it overwhelms everything else.
I wouldn't walk across the street to have it again but it was interesting to try. the coffee and peanut mix was unsual but.not in a bad way
extremely thick and boozy, tough to slug down. flavors are also lacking. would not try again. If a guy or gal, is looking for a fine imperial stout, get the Austin Brothers Peruvian Sumo Imperial Stout.
I just think I don’t like PB stouts. The PB is very noticeable upfront. The dark chocolate/cocoa nibs fall in place mid-palate through the finish. Well crafted beer. Booze is well hidden, slight warming as you sip. Mouthfeel is thick, creamy with low carbonation. I love that about this beer. Not overly complex, but a well melded and flavors are complementary. It’s fun to try. A pint of this at 11.3$ is a bit much. Splitting this with someone as a fun, novel beer would a good way to go. Still, a well crafted beer. Just not my favorite flavor profile.
expected more of a peanut flavor but was tasty
great balance of peanut butter and coffee