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For Pete’s Sake! Imperical Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter


For Pete’s Sake! Imperical Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter  brewed by DuClaw Brewing - Maryland
DuClaw Brewing announces the launch of “For Pete’s Sake,” the highly anticipated imperial version of DuClaw’s best-selling chocolate peanut butter porter “Sweet Baby Jesus.” With hearty flavors and deep aromas, “For Pete’s Sake” is the perfect brew for all your holiday sipping needs.
    

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Since 2011, Great American Beer Festival winner “Sweet Baby Jesus” has set the bar for peanut butter brews. Raising the stakes even higher is the new “For Pete’s Sake,” an imperial chocolate peanut butter porter that is a bigger, bolder version of Sweet Baby Jesus. The brew’s medium to full, creamy body packs in big roasted malt flavor and powerful aromas of peanut butter, chocolate, dark fruit and rich coffee. With an ABV of 9 percent, “For Pete Sake” has reached a new level of silky smooth goodness.
 
“‘For Pete’s Sake’ is a special release for us,” said DuClaw Founder Dave Benfield. “We know our fans love ‘Sweet Baby Jesus,’ and we couldn’t be more excited to give them a bolder, more powerful version of our signature brew.”

DuClaw’s “For Pete’s Sake” hits shelves December 7, and is available in 12 oz. bottles and on tap, while supplies last.

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Review from Beer Advocate 
12oz bottle poured into a tulip. Pours a dark brown, almost black, with a small khaki head that leaves solid retention and lacing. The aromas are amazing. Smells awesome. Tons of chocolate and the peanut butter really shines. Hints of coffee and hazelnut as well. Malts are there. The flavors follow the nose perfectly. Tons of peanut butter. Lots of chocolate syrup in the finish. More hazelnut. Slightly roasty. Solid cocoa malt backbone. Bittersweet. Alcohol goes unnoticed. Mouthfeel is nice. It's full-bodied with moderate carbonation. Very smooth and easy to drink. It's fun to drink and very enjoyable.

This is an awesome beer. I'm personally not picking up any artificial notes. Great aromas and great flavors. Well done. Highly recommended.
 
 
   

 





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