Salted Caramel Imperial Stout
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A Note on This Beer
You can find salted caramel desserts on the menu at many of the tastiest restaurants across the country.
It comes in many forms: ice cream, cupcakes, brownies, and more. But for beer nerds, the most delicious way to indulge in the sweet treat is via Pastry Stout.
And today we’ve got a Salted Caramel Imperial Stout from one of the highest ranking breweries in the world on Untappd, Chicago’s 4.18-rated Hubbard’s Cave.
That’s right! This underground Chi-town brewery known for crafting killer dessert beers has a UT-rating even higher than the legendary Dark Beer makers at 3 Floyds and Toppling Goliath!
Transforming the essence of cakes and milkshakes into Dark Beer is one of Hubbard’s Cave’s specialties. They’ve created patisserie-quality Stouts that taste like french toast, tiramisu, and chocolate-covered strawberries. And every time our members get a shot at them, their tiny batches sell out lightning fast.
Were you one of the lucky ones to try one of the Hubbard’s other Pastry Stouts and add to their 4.21 Tavour-rating average? Or were you one of the many who didn’t even see them on the app before they sold out?
Either way, today’s your lucky day. Hubbard’s Cave is wowing us again with their 12% ABV Salted Caramel Imperial Pastry Stout. This dessert-in-a-glass comes equipped with the brewery’s signature traits:
- Big booze that’s well disguised behind layers of decadent richness
- Liquid fudge-like thickness
- Nailing the salted caramel flavors promised on the label
As a Dessert Beer fan with a Tavour membership, you always have options to get ahold of the best Pastry Stouts in the land.
You can fly to the hyped breweries and spend the day in lines that wrap around the building. Or you can catch a special release like today’s Salted Caramel Imperial Stout from a brewery rated even higher than most of the hype-boys — without even leaving your couch.
*Serve between 50-55 degrees and taste how Salted Caramel’s flavors unravel as it warms.