The aroma is filled with it, suggesting espresso and coffee grounds, and so is the taste. Plenty of coffee roast merges nicely with the nutty caramel malts of the brown ale underneath.
Nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon are all in the mix, though not so much they wash away the sweet notes of molasses and syrup.
Black cherries, raisins and Earthy brown sugar are spiked with touches of black pepper, musky yeast and warming alcohol to create a beer that will pair well with almost anything on your holiday table.
Tastes of toasted nuts, toffee and black bread ensure this beer will go well with your Thanksgiving sweet potatoes and brown gravy, while the gentle, herbal hop bitterness ensures there will be a little bite to cut through the taste of all that grub.