MASSIVE BEER REVIEWS: Olde King Coal Imperial Molé Stout by Breaker Brewing Company
Beer: Olde King Coal
Brewery: Breaker Brewing Company
Style: Imperial Molé Stout
We’re back with another local jammer this week, this time from Breaker Brewing in Wilkes-Barre. Playing on the area’s coal mining history, Olde King Coal is an imperial molé stout with a bit of heat to it to warm you up in this bitter cold.
This new can release is “brewed with a delicate mélange of malt including black patent malt and flaked oats, rested on a array of different peppers, adding some heat, smokiness, and body.” Cinnamon sticks, fresh grated nutmeg, milk sugar, dark chocolate chunks, and Mexican vanilla beans are also mixed in there, so let’s see if this dark brew is worth braving the winter storm to pick up!
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