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PSL Stout

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'Tis the season... Cringe Laugh Love!

with Whatever 'Pumpkin Spices' Are

For real? For real! We brewed up a specially spiced nitro stout just for Halloween and it’s got all of that whatever-makes-it-‘pumpkin spiced’-ness. Sliding in at 6.3%, it’s perfect for pulling on your furry boots, wrapping up in a cozy autumnal scarf, throwing on some trashy basic reality TV, and sipping with both hands. Try some and cringe, laugh, love!

Beverage Specs

ABV

6.3%

Beer math on ABV (Alcohol By Volume) is pretty straightforward… the Higher the ABV, the more alcohol in the beer. No rocket science necessary.

IBU

30

Generally speaking, a high IBU beer will have a more bitter taste than a lower IBU beer.

OG

1.061

The OG measures solids in the wort before fermentation to consistently arrive at the same alcohol content of a beer. Pretty neat, huh?

COFFEE-Y

This stout is full of the Blues Breaker blend from our pals at Petaluma Coffee & Tea, giving it a ‘breakfast in a glass’ kind of vibe.

THE SPICE OF LIFE

“Whatever ‘pumpkin spices’ are” is actually pretty close to a special blend of organic cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves. Hashtag blessed!

LATTE

No latte was ever made without milk, so we added a bit of lactose (sorry, vegans) to up the creaminess of the PSL stout. That, plus a proper pour on nitro, and you’ve got yourself a smoooooth criminal.

Availability:

Petaluma TapRoom Exclusive

  • Only On Tap
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