Beer Samuel Adams Cream Stout  » Food  »
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  • I usually tend to gear myself towards something with more hops, but I enjoy a good stout
  • This is a good stand-alone brew, but I could see it being enjoyed with a slice of cake or some sugar cookies
  • My only issue My main recommendation is to make sure this beer is served a little bit on the warm side
  • For example, if it’s been in the fridge for a while, I suggest letting it sit out (unopened) for about 10 or 12 minutes
  • From my own experience, most beer tends to taste better when it’s gotten a little warm, especially darker, heavier brews like this

    • by Owl Pacino
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      I had this from a bottle, poured into a 16 oz. pilsner glass (a.k.a. my standard high-class glassware). Once poured, the beer produced a faint, tan-colored, 1-finger thick head with lacing that lasted throughout the entire drink.

      The beer is a very dark brown, almost opaque with a little light seeping through. The aroma was faint, and I had to


      swirl it around a little bit to get the scent. It’s got a sweet, pastry-like aroma to it. If I had to put it into words, I would say some sort of pound cake/coffee cake.

      The taste had traces of biscuit and sponge cake with some chocolate malts that were noticeable, but not overpowering. This was a smooth drink as well, with little carbonation to speak of, and barely any hops. It had a creamy mouthfeel to it, almost like a melted milkshake.

      Overall, this was a very enjoyable, well-balanced beer. I usually tend to gear myself towards something with more hops, but I enjoy a good stout. This is a good stand-alone brew, but I could see ...


      • Beer Samuel Adams Cream Stout
      it being enjoyed with a slice of cake or some sugar cookies. My only issue

      My main recommendation is to make sure this beer is served a little bit on the warm side. For example, if it’s been in the fridge for a while, I suggest letting it sit out (unopened) for about 10 or 12 minutes. From my

      own experience, most beer tends to taste better when it’s gotten a little warm, especially darker, heavier brews like this. There is a density that can’t be denied, but that’s OK. You won’t be throwing back 10 of these in a night, and that’s not the point. Sam Adams Cream Stout should be enjoyed patiently, and it’s certainly worth it.




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