A Note on This Beer
Whoa, who let Barrier and 3 Sons out on the loose?
Because now they’ve teamed up and it’s almost not even fair to all the other breweries.
I mean, how many other New York breweries can compete with Barrier’s string of 4+ rated collabs with powerhouses like Mikkeller and Other Half? Heck, how many Florida Dark Beer specialists have 3 Sons’ 4.30 UT brewery rating?
One sip of today’s chocolatey, berry-touched Whose Kids Are These? Stout makes it clear these two brew crews are an unstoppable team. Better warn the bakeries out there too, because this pour’s like guzzling down a liquefied confection of mocha-drizzled rainbow cookies!
Now, if you’re like me, you’ll be tempted to keep this Stout all to yourself once the flavors of real raspberry puree, cocoa nibs, dark chocolate, and almonds hit your tongue. But, if there’s anything to be learned from this Barrier + 3 Sons super team, it’s that the most delicious treats are meant to be shared with a partner in crime.
So, call up your closest cohort and tell them you have a limited-release Stout that won’t be on shelves outside the East Coast. Who knows what kind of mischievous adventures the two of you will get up to with this sweet-tooth satisfying collab in hand!
This beer is too new for ratings!