Behemoth Snow Mexican Maple Syrup Imperial Stout (440ml Can)
We give the USA a bit of a hard time, it is fair to say, but what about their neighbors to the north? America's top hat or the attic on top of a really cool party (thanks random folks at a Frat Party in North Carolina). Canada, the land of Hockey, Moose, Mounties, Manners, and Maple Syrup. We love Canada, so decided to make a big Imperial Stout and dose it with loads of Maple Syrup. (Side Note: Canada has a Fort Knox full of it for if ever there is a world wide shortage.) Why? Why the hell not, aye?
PS. Here are some random Canada facts:
- Canada is the world's most educated country.
- It has more natural lakes than the rest of the world combined.
- Canada is bigger than the USA, but has less people than California.
- Canadians hate being called American as much as Kiwis hate been called Aussies.
Imperial stouts are usually extremely dark brown to black in color with flavors that are intensely malty, deeply roasted and sometimes with accents of dark fruit (raisin, fig) or milk sourness. The bitterness is typically medium and often the low sie of that. Imperial stouts are strong and often exceed 8% by volume.