Rahr And Sons Brewing Company’s Black Sappath Is Wicked Good

Opened up a can on the brand new delectable brew, Black Sappath, a chocolate milk stout aged in maple syrup barrels with blackberries from Rahr and Sons Brewing Company. One of the best damn stouts I’ve had in a while with an aroma profile that is as wild as the concept behind it that smells like a big stack of fresh pancakes with dark chocolate notes and hints of vanilla bean.

Each sip is an entrance into a world of relaxing mornings, where rockers from the past serve you a scrumptious breakfast with bursting flavors of dark chocolate pancakes covered in maple syrup, and topped with fresh blackberries with a hint of creamy espresso. Available at the Rahr and Son’s Brewery and your local store in 2-packs if cans.

-Michael Thacker

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