Lakewood Mole Temptress

Brewed by Lakewood Brewing Company

Imperial Milk Stout w/ chiles, cacao, and cinnamon9.1% ABV56 IBU

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RateBeer Score    86 Overall  

Mole (pronounced moh-lay) is a traditional Mexican sauce made with a variety of dried chiles and chocolate, flavors that beg to be paired with our seductive señorita. So we combine ancho, pasilla, guajillo, and chipotle peppers for spice; add 100% pure cacao; and toss in cinnamon for a bold, festive spin on our cerveza deliciosa.

Food Pairing: Tacos al pastor, beef tamales, baked flan

Grains/Adjuncts: Lactose

Other Ingredients: Chiles, Cacao, Cinnamon, Vanilla


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