Virginia Beer Co. Mocha Evil Santa

Brewed by The Virginia Beer Company

Sweet Stout7.0% ABV32 IBU

Independent Craft Brewer Seal

Evil Santa Spiced Milk Stout blended with Mocha Cold Brew Coffee from Ironclad Coffee Roasters!

Evil Santa has quite the list to check (twice, even) and splash of Mocha Cold Brew Coffee helps to get the job done. Luckily our friends from Ironclad Coffee Roasters in Richmond have provided just such the liquid, perfectly suited to blend with this season Spiced Milk Stout to create a smooth and decadent winter warmer.

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Evil Santa: Evil Santa only comes 'round but once a year. And each year he brings a fleet of 16 oz. cans for all the good girls & boys to enjoy! With hearty additions of flaked oats + lactose, and dashes of cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice, this warming stout is smooth with a hint of spice + everything nice on the finish. Sure to be enjoyed throughout this festive season...whether you've been naughty or nice!
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