I still like KBS. It’s good, though the brewpub situation is regrettable and they sold out to commercial interests. Wake N Bake is another great classic (sold out now), along with lagunitas cappuccino stout and great divide espresso oak aged yeti. Probably dating myself with these classic beers. BCBS Coffee is good too despite selling out like half the brands I’ve mentioned, though they’ve gone a bit too far raising the price in my opinion.
Coffee beer is firmly a win in the beer community, whether a pastry stout, porter, or BBA stout.
We have a brewery here in So Cal called Noble Ale Works that makes a “coffee infused sweet golden Stout on Nitro” that is out of this world. It has since caused me to drool whenever someone brews coffee at work. Better yet, it’s called Naughty Sauce.
some of my favorites are coffee beers, as long as the coffee is not overpowering and it’s well balanced with bourbon and chocolate. i have a few favorites stashed away like cafe death, dragons milk triple mash, 7 years of KBS…
I can’t say “always” but I’ll never turn one down. Founders breakfast stout is pretty delish. If you’re not a stout or Porter kinda person then I get it, but I’m the same with IPAs. They’re good but most taste the same to me, and I don’t seek them out usually.
Joe is not your average beer! This ale is brewed with locally-roasted, organic, coffee from Passero’s Coffee Roasters. Dark Munich and chocolate malts combine to create a well-balanced, flavorful porter with a fresh roasted coffee aroma.