A Note on This Beer
Pecan pie isn’t just for dessert — it makes an excellent breakfast, too!
Seriously! Try pairing a slice with a cup of coffee in the morning. Once you get a mouthful of those nutty, decadent flavors, you’ll know the day is going to be good.
In fact, I can only think of one thing better, and that’s sipping on Warming Hut Memoirs Imperial Pastry Stout from Humble Forager!
- To craft it, the creative masterminds started with rich chocolate and caramel malts.
- Then, they added roasted Georgia pecans, Ugandan vanilla beans, Korintje cinnamon, and brown sugar.
- In their signature style of using local ingredients whenever possible, the brewers added maple syrup straight from the Amish communities of Wisconsin.
Warming Hut Memoirs tastes like straight-up pecan pie! It pours thick and velvety, wrapping your tongue in flavors of bittersweet baker’s chocolate, caramelly pecans, and roasty malt. There’s a whisper of cinnamon and nutty umami at the finish, like a sip of freshly brewed coffee.
And, with its 12% ABV, this ain’t your grandma’s recipe.
So, go ahead — indulge in pie for breakfast! Just make sure it comes from Humble Forager.
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Pecan forward; vanilla faint—as it should be. Maple is reinforced by the brown sugar. Think the brown sugar would be best on its own w/out maple syrup. Cinnamon serves as a good bind between the other flavors. Pours like molasses. I recommend cellaring this for a cold night in during the winter.
It's incredible how much this tastes like a warm pecan pie. Magical!
A little too much sweetness for my palate
Delicious and full bodied, loved the pecan aroma and the decadent pie-like flavor. This is so absolutely almost perfect, that I feel like I need to express my one constructive criticism- and that's because there was a very slight metallic aftertaste... I don't know if it was from the pecan, or from the can itself, but a little extra sweetness, like perhaps some chocolate or extra caramel, would balance this out 100% to above 5 star status. LOVE LOVE LOVE that pecan note though!
This a dessert beer it was good very flavor forward and a little to sweet for me. I ended up splitting the can with my housemate.
Definitely good pastry stout. Nice and sweet. Some pecan and nice and smooth.
An incredibly well balanced pastry stout that tastes exactly how it's marketed. Chocolate and caramel are on the nose as well as in the body. The pecan comes through in the middle and finishes through the aftertaste. Notes of vanilla, cinnamon, and maple syrup could be found as well. A great pastry stout that I wish I had ordered more of.
Amazing combination of maple syrup and cinnamon. The pecan is a healthy and well-blended undertone. Another wonderful stout base from Humble Forager that it all rides upon.
This was extremely cinnamon heavy, and in my opinion too bitter from the pecans. The flavors overall felt way out of balance, I've had another Humble Forager stout that had a much better balance so I definitely won't give up on them. If the cinnamon and pecan flavor would've been less pronounced and the maple just a little more it would've been amazing.
Might be rated a little higher if the weather was a little more favorable for stouts but it’s June in Texas. Overall the beer has a great roasty stout flavor and the maple is surprisingly complimentary with the pecan/brown sugar/cinnamon. Not overly sweet
Rich, flavor is there, but it tastes like a cigar.
Damn that’s some good pie
Amazing breakfast beer! Smooth, creamy, love the maple syrup and the pecans! Would’ve been PERFECT if it had coffee. Wish I’d bought more.
It has a nice sweet taste. It also finishes with a little bitterness.
Taste exactly how it is described. Thick heavy and Boosie. ￼
Great taste, good consistency.
good pastry stout, thick and sweet but the flavors come through nicely
Oh god it was awful. Tasted like syrup with a hint of pecan but it was too sweet and too much all at the same time.
There beer is a serious mouth full of flavor. Outside of the iron finish it’s phenomenal. It’s surprisingly boozy for all its sweetness. Drinks like a dessert beer should. It’s bitterness reminds me of baker’s chocolate and it has so much syrup and vanilla that it feels like you’re drinking an actually pie. Would recommend this to folks who love a sweet beer with the mouthfeel of velvet.
Great pecan notes, but hard to taste some of the other flavors. Mouth feel was a little thin. Overall, quite enjoyable!
Was a very flavorful stout. Right off the bat it had notes of maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla, and hints of pecans.
This is an ok boozy stout. The pecans come straight through but there is a bitterness that throws it off for me. I didn’t find it overly sweet.
Really like the flavors of this one but carbonation does fade rather quickly. You can pick up the pecan in this too.
Delicious, not too overbearing in flavor!
Thick silky chocolate goodness with a hint of pecan and Caramel
Missing almost all carbonation. Very disappointing
Well-executed pastry stout. You can't complain of over-sweetness in a dessert stout! This is pecan-forward with cinnamon more appropriately muted. After pecan, a lot of maple coming through on the palette.
Definitely taste the toasted brown sugar
very very good
maple, pecan and cinnamon
best one yet
cinnamon bomb, not my thing
Party in my mouth
I picked up on maple and toasted brown sugar right away, and then pecans and molasses finishing notes. great mouth feel. it's a Christmas hug for your taste buds.
Tons is maple, brown sugar and cinnamon as described. Maybe a bit too much for me.
A heavy stout. Definitely has pastry overtones. Very sweet, almost distractingly so.
Really nice maple flavors. Thick pour. Small amount of bitterness.
So sweet good flavor but a little much.
OMG I want a crate of this stuff for winter! Bravo!
a fantastic dessert beer
The pecan definitely comes in! Nice and roasty, rich and generously sweet.
like a smooth gulp of pecan pie
this beer is 🔥