Peanut Butter Pretzel Stout
Martin House Brewing
A Note on This Beer
If I had a never-ending supply of those little peanut butter-stuffed pretzels, I’d never stop eating them. I love ‘em! And they’re always the first snack to disappear whenever I have friends over on game day.
In fact, I think the only way those delightful little nuggets could be better is if they were somehow turned into a beer.
Well, today, the flavor genies at Texas’ Martin House have worked their brewing magic to make my wish come true with Peanut Butter Pretzel Stout!
It’s stacked with 6 lbs of real pretzels per barrel and gobs of real peanut butter! Plus, it’s soaked in a super sippable, 6.5% ABV package.
Normally this micro-release seasonal from the World Beer Cup Award Winners at Martin House doesn’t leave the Lone Star State, but we begged and pleaded, and they hooked us up with a little stash to share with y'all.
And, unlike most adjunct-loaded Stouts, you don’t have to clean out your wallet for a sip. That means you can fill up your fridge, invite a few friends over on game day, and drink Peanut Butter Pretzel Stout from the opening kick-off to the final buzzer!
And once they get a taste of this rich and robust creation, they won’t even notice that you already ate all the actual pretzels.
Crack open the can, and the oil-black pour really does smell like pretzels and peanut butter. The Stout base provides subtle notes of roasted coffee and dark chocolate, while a touch of salt will keep you coming back for sip after sip.
To recap: Peanut Butter Pretzel Stout is loaded with gooey peanut butter, brewed with bready pretzels, swimming in roasty Stout flavors, AND you can get it all without emptying your bank account.
Why WOULDN’T you pick up a few cans?
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Packaged On October 4th, 2019
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Peanut butter all throughout
Exactly as described. Tons of pretzel and peanut butter. So very good.
All the flavors are there and work well
Was certainly tasty and a bit different... great change of pace beer.