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Stone Double Bastard Special Release Beer Bottle - 22 Fl. Oz.

Stone Double Bastard Special Release Beer Bottle - 22 Fl. Oz.

Beer, Imperial Stout

Stout brewed w/chocolate, coffee, pasilla peppers, vanilla, cinnamon & nutmeg. Made with lactose. Imperial stout inspired by Mexican hot chocolate. Say: Sho co vay za. Trust us on this. Put on your over-the-ears headphones. Pull out A Love Supreme, put on Dark Side, or spool up In The Dark - whatever album or mix that puts you in that zone. Your one job for the next 40 or so minutes: contemplation of what makes this beer so damn special. Really sink into it. There's unlimited tunes to (re)explore these days, limited amounts of this most favorite of seasonal special releases, and precious few moments to really do you. This is you time. Available to you all season long. Of course, sharing this seasonal release with friends and loved ones can qualify as you time too. After all, it was our friend Chris Banker's sharing of his very original homebrew recipe that first inspired us. It's in that spirit of sharing we offer you this creation, and hopefully many happy moments to come. Age at cellar temp (55 degrees F/13 degrees C). Certified brewers association. Independent craft. Facebook. Instagram. Twitter. (at)StoneBrewing. (hashtag)Xocoveza. 8.1% alc/vol. 16.2 Brewed & bottled by Stone Brewing Escondido, CA & Richmond, VA. Made in the USA.
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Warning Contains: Government Warning: (1) According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. (2) Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.


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