The heavenly aroma of graham crackers, chocolate and a slight malt mark Campfire Stout's impressive first impressions. It pours black and lets absolutely no light through, with a significant tan head. It seems to have light carbonation, but the mouthfeel is thick, smooth and creamy. It's balanced and sweet with a hint of bitter. We recommend that it tastes best out of the cooler, poured into a glass, and enjoyed with good company in the outdoors, circled around the campfire. The smell of campfire smoke mixed with the taste of this beer is a match made in a foresty, woodsy, adventurous heaven. It's named that for a reason.
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