4 Hands Chocolate Milk Stout
I mean, what do you really want us to say here? It's 4 Hands Chocolate Milk Stout, you know it's freaking DELICIOUS, and that it's a wonderful beer. See you tonight! Just to tease you some more, here's what those folks at 4Hands say about it:
"Our Chocolate Milk Stout pours black as the night sky with aromas of dark chocolate, chocolate malt, and more chocolate. With a firm tan head and a rich velvety mouthfeel our Chocolate Milk Stout is a perfect complement to the change of seasons."
Chocolate. Milk. Stout.
Chocolate Milk Stout
I'm really at a loss for what to say about this beer. It's creamy but you never forget that it's beer. It's malty and rich and lactose heavy and somehow still manages a sweet tinge of whole chocolate nibs that is just divine. We don't love this beer, we need this beer. And when you need something that's a responsibility.
What are they good for? Absolutely nothing! Say it again!
12 oz can. Pours black with thin tan head, soapy lace. Smells like a milk chocolate shake. Tastes the same, Cocoa and malted milk balls with slight char and back end bitterness. Thin mouthfeel but glides down. Decent milk stout.
Bottle. Pours black with a nice 2 finger tan head. Huge chocolate aroma with coffee and a touch of vanilla. Flavor of milk chocolate, roasted malts, cocoa nibs and faint vanilla.
Shining example of the style. Rich, creamy, and so chocolatey!
So Happy It's Thursday!
We feel so lucky to have this weather in St. Louis we're going to celebrate by hanging out on the patio, throwing some discs, drinking some beers, playing some pinballs, gabbering, jabbering, yammering, hemming, hawing, and enjoying the company of fine people and great beers. Ok, great people and great beers. You guys are ok!
The St. Louis Art Machine is a collaboration of St. Louis artists selling art for $5 out of cigarette machines.
What in the hell is a St. Louis Art Machine, you ask?
The St. Louis Art Machine is a repurposed cigarette machine owned by Sarah Harris, made mechanically sound by Tyler Harris, and filled with the tiny, cigarette-pack-sized-arts of local artists and makers.
Because of our desire to make small art affordable and approachable, all works are set at a flat-rate of $5 ea.
Currently the St. Louis Art Machine is installed at The Waiting Room Bar & Venue, where it will reside for about four months until it moves to its next home with a new set of artists.