Chocolate Sombrero, an American Imperial Stout by Clown Shoes Beer

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Chocolate Sombrero Mexican-Style Chocolate Stout is an American Imperial Stout brewed by Clown Shoes Beer, and for the purposes of this craft beer review, the ale was served in a mug from a bottle.

Appearance

The stout pours black with a half-inch mocha head that persists briefly but leaves some nice lacing.

Aroma

The aromatics are delightful with a scent of chocolate and a hint of pepper.

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Flavors

Chocolate and pepper transfer to a robust palate that offers a smoky mix of roast malt, ancho chili, and vanilla. The taste profile rounds out with chocolate syrup and a touch of booze.

Mouthfeel

Mouthfeel has a medium body and moderate carbonation.

Overall

The combination of sweet, spicy, and roast make the Chocolate Sombrero a thoroughly enjoyable brew. Its chocolaty and smoky character represents the Mexican style quite well.

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