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There’s whaaat in this beer?


To view the 1st photo on Flickr, go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/yummies4tummies/2808556239

I am not a beer drinker. Before you think I’m a teetotaler, I’ll down a Strawberry Daiquiri every few months….on a good drinking year. I did most of my alcohol consumption before I was *legal* and even before I hit college. So what made me google “chocolate beer” is beyond me!!! Sometimes I’m wEiRd like that. And if someone had bet me how many of it actually existed in this world, I would have guessed 5, tops.

Well, it’s a good thing I did this for my own curiosity, because I would have been plenty wrong. Here’s the list of Chocolate Beers I came up with (thank you, Google!). Excusez-moi if it’s inaccurate or if it’s incomplete.

If you’re wondering if I’d try a chocolate beer, sure, I’d give it a whirl.

Cheers!

  • Young’s Double Chocolate Stout
  • Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock
  • Redoak Chocolate Stout
  • Rogue Mocha Porter
  • Rogue Chocolate Stout
  • Bison Organic Chocolate Stout
  • Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
  • Duclaw Naked Fish
  • Southern Tier Choklat Stout
  • Fredrick Miller Classic Chocolate Lager
  • Michelob Celebrate Chocolate
  • Southern Tier Imperial Chokolate Stout
  • Ommegang Chocolate Indulgence
  • Shenandoah Brewing’s Chocolate Doughnut Beer
  • Saranac’s Chocolate Amber Lager
  • Schlafly Beer’s Chocolate Porter
  • Dogfish Head Craft Brewers Theobroma

**Photos from soheil.callage.com & flickr.com/photos/montage_man

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