Chocolate River from Trinity Brewing

Chocolate River

By: Trinity Brewing

Product Description: Trinity Brewing - Chocolate River - 375 ml Bottle

  • Size: 375 ml Bottle
  • Type: Imperial Stout
  • Alcohol Content: 11.00% ABV
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What's on the bottle...

Just in time to keep you warm during the colder months of winter! It's body is huge, it's dark malt character is huge, it's hop profile is gigantic, and it's ABV is enormous. It's basically everything that you would expect from a noteworthy Imperial Stout,and more! We brew this beer with rich milk chocolate then age it on whole Madagascar Vanilla Beans and Dagoba Cacao Nibs.

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