Saint Arnold Bishop's Barrel No. 6

Brewed by Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Imperial Stout13.0% ABV30 IBU

RateBeer Score    97 Overall   99 Style

The base beer is Pumpkinator, our imperial pumpkin stout:

Let this beer warm to at least 50°. Pours a dark brown black with a small tan head. Smells like a pumpkin pie that somebody snuck some rum into. Taste begins with sweet malt, chocolate and spices then comes a warming rum finish. Pumpkin creates a pleasant body to this beer which holds up to the onslaught of flavors. Oddly balanced with the hops creating a crisp finish leaving the mouth wanting more. As it warms, all of the flavors become rounder and fuller.

The warmer this beer gets the better it tastes. We recommend enjoying between 55°F and 65°F.


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