FCB Where's the Worm?

Tequila Barrel-Aged Chocolate Stout7.1% ABV40 IBU

To create this beauty, we worked with Boulder Based Cholaca who produces pure
liquid cacao. In addition to the liquid cacao we added vanilla and cinnamon, and then rested the stout on
30 pounds (10 pounds each) of Serrano, Pasilla, and Poblano peppers. It has an intense chocolate flavor
balanced by vanilla, spicy cinnamon, and a slight touch of heat and flavor from the pepper blend. The combination of flavors with the restrained sweetness and mouthfeel of this beer beautifully emulate the flavors of Mexican Chocolate cake captured conveniently in a delicious Chocolate stout.

Food Pairing: Pork Sandwich, Chimichurri Steak Frites, Mexican Chocolate Brownies

Hops: Cascade, Centennial, Willamette, Golding

Grains/Adjuncts: Roasted Barley, Munich Malt, Caramel, Chocolate Malt

Yeast: Alt

Other Ingredients: Cacao, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Pasilla Peppers, Poblano Peppers, Serrano Peppers

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Available near Ashburn, Virginia

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