Review Updated on 2018-01-05
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Rating 97
Style Stout
Produced In Missouri
United States
ABV 6.2%
Availability Limited

Perfect For

Cold Weather Hibernation, End of Day Sipping

Schlafly Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout Review

The chocolate cinnamon burst is real. Schlafly’s Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout is the type of beer that you want to curl up in a blanket and drink. Hot chocolate flavors with just a touch of mint dominate, while a low lying bitterness keeps it from becoming one dimensional. In the glass, the beer is a deep dark color with a tan head.

There are plenty of occasions to not want a beer like this, but when the occasion calls for a big spiced up beer, few things are better than the flavors Schlafly delivers here. It tastes exactly like you think it will from the name, but it’s not too aggressive.

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Schlafly Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout
The chocolate cinnamon burst is real. Schlafly’s Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout is the type of beer that you want to curl up in a blanket and drink. Hot chocolate flavors with just a touch of mint dominate, while a low lying bitterness keeps it from becoming one dimensional. In the glass, the beer is a deep dark color with a tan head. There are plenty of occasions to not want a beer like this, but when the occasion calls for a big spiced up beer, few things are better than the flavors Schlafly delivers here. It tastes exactly like you think it will from the name, but it’s not too aggressive.

Reviewed On: 12-13-2017
97
POINTS
Schlafly Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout
The chocolate cinnamon burst is real. Schlafly’s Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout is the type of beer that you want to curl up in a blanket and drink. Hot chocolate flavors with just a touch of mint dominate, while a low lying bitterness keeps it from becoming one dimensional. In the glass, the beer is a deep dark color with a tan head. There are plenty of occasions to not want a beer like this, but when the occasion calls for a big spiced up beer, few things are better than the flavors Schlafly delivers here. It tastes exactly like you think it will from the name, but it’s not too aggressive.

Reviewed On: 12-13-2017