Amundsen Bryggeri Dessert In A Can Chocolate Mud Cake (11.5%)

Probably dangerous to open on a Wednesday evening, but I just felt the need for something big and gloopy and satisfying and this, a chocolate mud cake flavoured Imperial Stout, seemed like a wise choice.
It’s a superb beer as well, pouring an inky black with a little cappuccino head and an aroma heavy with chocolate cake mix and black cherries.
You find those same cherries and chocolate cake form the basis of the flavour as well, with a sugary dark chocolate creaminess, vanilla pod richness, fleshy cherries, pumpernickel and honey and a thick gloopy toffee pudding forming the main body of the beer.
There’s a little kick of pithy bracken and crunchy autumnal leaf litter from the hops, adding some much needed brightness to the thick and gloopy booze fuelled rum and raisin chocolate ice cream of the finish.
Lovely stuff.

Source: Pop’n’Hops

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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