10.5% | 330ml
– March 14, 2020
Delicious. Sweet, pastry stout with chocolate aplenty
– May 22, 2019
There are no surprises with this one. This is a sweet, boozy, liquid cake. I love an adjunct, I do. I’m obviously a heathen. Nothing too offensive here, the flavours are pretty natural. It’s an experience close to drinking a Tia Maria and Coke. I wouldn’t say it was massively chocolatey, but it’s in the ball park. Sweet, just beer-y enough, thick, warming and more and more enjoyable as the glass was drained.
– April 28, 2019
Too sweet and strong
– March 26, 2019
Sweet vanilla and lots of milk chocolate aromas and flavours. Rich chocolate body, lots of sweetness here.
– March 20, 2019
Exactly what you’d expect (and want) from a beer described as Dessert in a Can. Super indulgent, sweet & rich.
– March 18, 2019
Too sweet for me.
– March 3, 2019
Huge lactose stout, a bit heavy on the lactose for me but then its what we’ve come to expect in these types of beer. Great as a one off but you are not going to be having seconds of this cake…
– February 27, 2019
– February 11, 2019
Great!!! Certainly does what it says on the tin!
– February 9, 2019
Enjoyed this beer if you enjoy chocolate beers this is for you!
– February 6, 2019
– October 31, 2018
Gorgeous chocolate and perfect desert beer
– August 29, 2018
– June 13, 2018
– May 18, 2018
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Which idiot came up with the idea of pairing beer with dessert? Why not just make a beer that will be dessert in itself? Save yourself effort, and crack one of these open. Amundsen decided to pick out three of their favourite dessert flavours to include in their flagship imperial stout. Dark, sweet and delicious. Chocolate mud cake imparts all the flavours and aroma you might expect from a decadent piece of sticky chocolate cake. The dessert in a can series pairs best with a candle lit dinner while listening to Barry White.