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Prairie Coffee Noir - Prairie Artisan Ales

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Prairie Coffee NoirPrairie Coffee Noir

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BA SCORE
91
outstanding

360 Ratings
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Ratings: 360
Reviews: 30
rAvg: 4.1
pDev: 12.2%
Wants: 110
Gots: 83 | FT: 14
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Oklahoma, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  11.50% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: Chardman on 12-24-2013

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

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Ratings: 360 | Reviews: 30
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Photo of saint0r
4.75/5  rDev +15.9%

My favorite Prairie Beer

Photo of Roguer
4.21/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Pours a nice, medium-brown sticky head, with very good retention and thick lacing. Brew is super dark black, with hints of purple.

Aroma: dark, over-roasted black coffee instantly springs to mind, with a slightly tart oak barrel behind. Coffee beans, grapes, cream, oak. A hint of chocolate.

The nose may not be overly complex, but everything is present in the flavor. Dark black coffee (French roast? Difficult to say), vanilla, chocolate malt, roasted barley, cream, with whiskey, hay, and oak on the back end. Surprisingly subdued from the BA aspect; not at all surprisingly strong on the coffee side.

Very thick and chewy mouthfeel; lively with minimal sting; full, full bodied. Slight foaming, and slight heat. Excellent!

This is a complex BA coffee stout that seems to do everything very well. The coffee flavor is very strong without overpowering everything else; the barrel adds complexity without dominating; more traditional stout flavors are present. Very nice beer.

Thanks to JayORear for providing this excellent beer.

Photo of mlhyatt
3.12/5  rDev -23.9%
look: 5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Poured from 12 oz bottle into tulip glass.

A- jet black, thick motor oil with minimal head. After 1 minute. 0 head 0 lace.

S- tons of burnt coffee with little hints of caramel and vanilla due to barrel aging.

T- follows nose a little bit. But all I get is burnt coffee. The burnt taste completely overwhelms the palate. Zero actual coffee taste. Just tastes like I'm drink a burnt match.

M- lots of roughness from the burnt taste. Not smooth at all. Feels like i'm chewing on burnt sand paper.

O- i was excited for this after trying bcbcs but it just left me super dissapointed. No real coffee flavor at all, just a roasty burntness wrapped up in a bottle. Has no real coffee flavor at all. Just a bunch of fake flavoring that leaves you question what really went into this beer. Hugely disappointed.

Photo of rjp217
4.48/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 5 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from the bottle into my DFH glass...

A - Pitch black color with a hard pour resulted in a huge two finger head. The lace retention on this is absolutely awesome. Sticks all over this thing, perfect looking stout

S - Aroma is pretty muted for me. Some light coffee notes and maybe a bit of dark chocolate but I can't seem to pull much else from this

T - The most important thing is the taste and this is perfect. Creamy and frothy up front with all sorts of chocolate, oak, milk, marshmallow, vanilla builds into oak, semi bitter coffee notes and a dry yet subtle whiskey finish. Amazing

M - Oh man, so soft and pillowy, fluffy medium body, not thin in the least. Mild carbonation, velvet smooth

O - I love coffee stouts and this is a great one. The only thing holding it back is the lack of aroma. I wish it was more inviting but it's bland. I also wish there was a defined bottle date. The rest of the beer is world class in my opinion. The Noir series is awesome.

Photo of kingston2
4.13/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Pours deep black with thick brown foamy head. Slowly dissipates to thin lacing on surface of beer. Smells are strong coffee. Black coffee with no hint of sweetness. Perhaps a touch of vanilla on. Nose as well. Flavors follow suit. Very intense black coffee. Almost to point of losing some of the rich mouthfeel in the stout base. Alcohol really well hidden. Would never think was over 11%. Overall pretty good effort from Prairie. Not quite up to bomb standards but I do like it.

Photo of ExaltedNecrosis
4.59/5  rDev +12%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

12 oz bottle poured into pint glass.

A - Pours a deep pitch black with 1 finger of creamy dark brown head which goes down to 1-2cm head that persists the entire duration.

S - I get a lot of roasted coffee in the aroma, along with a little sweet chocolate.

T - Coffee is the main flavor with a large amount of roastiness, followed by bittersweet chocolate and oak. The roasted coffee tastes really great.

M - Extremely thick and viscous, low-to-moderate carbonation. Very sticky.

O - A very good beer from Prairie as I've come to expect. Not as good as Bomb or Vanilla Noir, but still a great offering. The roasted coffee flavor is one of the best I've had and the alcohol is well hidden.

Photo of ThickNStout
3.35/5  rDev -18.3%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3

Gold wax capped 12oz bottle from BeerMeDuffMan (thanks!). No bottling date but I believe this was a late 2013 release. Served in my trusty Phish snifter.

Pours black with almost two fingers of tan head. About a quarter finger of long lasting retention and a good bit of lace.

Smells of coffee, soured barrel and roasty malts. The barrel dankness pretty much ruins the rest.

Bitter black coffee, oak funk, charred malts, molasses, mild anise, a little bit of whiskey and a healthy nip of booze.

Medium, fairly creamy feel with moderate carbonation. Disjointed, lingering finish with plenty of coffee grounds and sour dark fruit skins.

I'm now two for two on apparently soured bottles of Prairie Noir. This was much less off putting than the vanilla but still not the experience that I'd hoped for. I've had some nice imperial stouts from Prairie but I'm done going out of my way for them.

Photo of twiggamortis420
3.07/5  rDev -25.1%
look: 4.75 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 2.75 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

12 oz bottle pours a thick, oily black color with a super-dense tan head. Literally leaves a curtain of foam...not even going to call it lace it is so continuous. Awesome.

Nose is...interesting. Lots of fruit and cocoa, but not much coffee. It actually smells a bit like the "I" word.

Taste throws down some serious coffee roastiness, wood and bourbon. Under it all though I am getting a rotting wood, slightly tart infected flavor. This is a bummer, after Bomb I was really looking forward to this one. Its still drinkable, but I want to go ahead and leave this review to see if anyone else might have the same issues. Its not a drain pour yet, but I could see it turning into one with time in the cellar.

Photo of MasterfulIdiot
4.71/5  rDev +14.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.75

Poured into an Ikea snifter. The pour produces the most unbelievable head for a beer of this ABV and in a snifter. It's two solid fingers thick, and stays for several minutes, and leaves plenty of lacing. I don't think I've ever seen an imperial stout with this thick of a head and with this much staying power. The head is a nice light brown, like cafe au lait. The liquid is totally black, with not even so much as a hint of mahogany. Even better than what I would hope a beer like this would look like.

Aroma is coffee, some chocolate, and then a little lactic tartness. The coffee flavor isn't overly roasty, (too much roastiness without actual coffee flavor is a pitfall I find all-too-often in coffee beers - and in actual coffee, for that matter!) instead, it's earthy and fruity. Just a hint of barrel character, with some understated vanilla and cinnamon notes.

Flavor follows the nose with a fruity coffee flavor complimented by some dark fruit notes from what I imagine is the base beer. The finish has hints of vanilla and cinnamon. Underneath it all there's a hint of a charred flavor, which, even though it's not a flavor I like very much, works well with everything else, since it's not so noticeable as to overwhelm. Very complex, where every sip tastes a bit different depending on what flavor you focus on. Like the nose, the flavor doesn't scream barrel character, but it's there, lurking on the finish.

Holy crap this may be the absolute silkiest beer I have ever tasted. The body is fairly thick, but it is somehow so soft and smooth that it doesn't feel syrupy or sticky. The thick head always lets a little bit of itself in with every sip. The beer somehow gives you a couple seconds to bask in the creaminess of the mouthfeel before some slight prickliness from the tiny bubbles comes in. An absolutely stunning mouthfeel.

Overall, a really incredible beer. Maybe the best coffee beer I've ever had, and one of the best BA stouts I've ever had. Just great on every level. Would love to have it again.

Photo of OneEye78
4.35/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Poured from 12 oz bottle into wide mouth pint glass. Dark black in color with a half inch of tan head that quickly receded. Nose was dominated by coffee, with a hint of bourbon smoke. The taste was a strong blast of earthy coffee up front with a smooth finish of brown sugar and smoke. Very substantial in the mouth, with a lingering coffee flavor. This was another strong offering from Prairie, and the best of the Noir series in my opinion.

Photo of Rifugium
2.57/5  rDev -37.3%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3 | taste: 2.25 | feel: 2.25 | overall: 2.5

Bottle poured into a Prairie lime green logo flute.

Dark brown-black color, with a careful pour still giving about 3 fingers of frothy brown head; this soon sank to a collar and held there, leaving a few islands of lacing on the glass. Aroma of cold coffee grounds filled the air as soon as I opened the bottle, but there was also a strange herbal tea scent too, and some rotten fruit. Lots of coffee grounds in the taste, stale dark malts with some roast, very very astringent, with a harsh and lasting bitterness that lingered in the aftertaste. There was some oak here, but the whiskey was extremely subtle...to the point of being practically non-existent. Medium-full body, a moderate boozy kick, medium carbonation; the bitterness/astringency really detracted from the drinkability. Overall, not very good.

Photo of kojevergas
4.18/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

12 fl oz brown glass bottle with gold wax-ed over pry-off pressure cap and largely uninteresting label art acquired at a local TX bottle shop and served into an Avery stem-tulip in me gaff in low altitude Austin, Texas. Reviewed live. Expectations are quite high; I loved the regular Noir, though the Vanilla was pretty disappointing. 11.5% ABV per the label. Reviewed as an imperial stout because the label clearly identifies it as such. Distributed by the Shelton Bastards.

Served chilled and allowed to warm over the course of consumption. Side-poured with standard vigor as no carbonation issues are anticipated.

Some khaki foam mushrooms out of the bottle once the cap is removed. Overcarbonation is suspected.

A: No bubble show forms as it's poured.

Pours a gorgeous rich tan colour head which boasts fantastic creaminess, a soft supple complexion, and great thickness. Frothy as hell. It starts out two fingers in width and retains well for a good 6-7 minutes. Wow, that's a good head. As the head slowly recedes, it leaves behind wisps of inconsistent lacing.

Body colour is a predictable opaque solid jet black. Appears well-carbonated. No floating yeast particles are visible.

Overall, it's a great looking beer. Love the head colour, love the body. I will say the head could have been fuller and richer still, and the beer as a whole could appear creamier and silkier. But I'm nitpicking; I can't wait for the first sip of this.

Sm: A fantastic aroma for an imperial stout: roasted barley, coffee roast, oatmeal, vanilla (ironically, this note is more prominent than it was in Vanilla Noir), toasty oak, chocolate malts, cream, milk chocolate, dark malts, and a kiss of burnt sugar. Wow.

The barrel notes aren't quite what I expected; though I know from the label whiskey was used, this lacks the spiciness of whiskey and evokes more of a mellow vanilla-laden bourbon feel. In any case, the barrel notes seem to be supporting the base beer and complementing the flavour profile rather than overwhelming it. I hope this carries through in the taste; barrel notes should always be an enhancement, not a disruption.

No overt hop profile, alcohol presence, or yeast character is detectable.

It's an inviting teasing aroma of mild strength. The coffee isn't quite the highlight, but does boast depth and diversity of character like few coffee beers do. This isn't your buddy's Folgers homebrew.

T: It all comes together wonderfully. Rich coffee and coffee roast, roasted barley (though not as much as would be ideal), dark malts, chocolate malts, milk chocolate, oatmeal, subtle vanilla, restrained oak barrel notes, and bourbon (though I know it's actually whiskey). The barrel notes complement the base beer beautifully, and the flavour profile has a damn near impeccable balance. It's a gestalt cohesive build for an imperial stout, and has impressive depth of flavour. Good duration and intensity of flavour.

It's got plenty of complexity and subtlety, plus the nuance of its coffee notes. While it's far from the most intricate imperial stout I've tried, it boasts a hell of a lot of well layered notes.

No hop character, yeast character, or overt alcohol comes through. I'm shocked how well this hides its ABV; I'd guess it was 8% if I tried it blind.

Mf: Wonderfully creamy, with a lovely silky smooth feel. I love how it's got the dryness of the roasted barley but still feels refreshing and comforting; the dryness/wetness balance is near perfect. Has a great full body without feeling overbearing or too heavy. Great overall presence on the palate. This texture acts as a great complement to the taste, and it's obvious a lot of care was put into that. Prairie's brewers seem to have custom-tailored this feel just to this flavour profile.

Not chewy, oily, astringent, harsh, gushed, hot, boozy, or rough.

Dr: More damned impressive work from Prairie/Krebbs, who are quickly proving themselves to be perhaps the best brewery in the Southwest. Coffee Noir is a real treat and I'd absolutely recommend it to friends and trade partners. Dangerously drinkable for how well it hides its ABV. I already wish I had more. It may be a sipper, but I couldn't stop sipping. This is some of the best work I've seen from Prairie, and I think that says a lot. Clearly, they can run with the big dogs. This is certainly better than Vanilla Noir and Noir (and probably Bomb) in my opinion, and is one of the best imperial stouts I've had in recent memory.

Serve slightly chilled. It develops as it comes to temperature.

Might be lovely aged, but I wouldn't have the willpower, and boy does it drink fantastic fresh.

A-

Photo of HoppyBastard2
1.12/5  rDev -72.7%
look: 3 | smell: 1 | taste: 1 | feel: 1 | overall: 1

Pretty sure bottle was infected.
Drain pour
Appearance was the only thing that could be considered decent about this beer.
Smell - Funky, real funky
Taste - Tart, funky, sour, not good
Mouthfeel - not real sure, small sip, couldn't really get a good gauge
Overall - Like many others, I got a few bad bottles of this stuff

Photo of cpetrone84
3.43/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.75

Pour is black with a dark caramel head. Nose is clean roast coffee with a bit of roasty malt and light chocolate notes. Taste is more coffee, much stronger roasted note, a bit of hops in back with a faint sweetness. Not overly complex, a hint of an off flavor through the back, thinner body but decent carbonation.

Photo of Abe_Froman
4.56/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

A 12oz bottle poured into a dogfish head signature glass.

Poured a dark chocolate color with a one finger beige head.

Smells off roasted coffee with hints of whiskey and sweet.

Nice very nice blend of whiskey, oak and coffee flavors. Also has subtle hints of chocolate and maybe fig. Leaves a whiskey flavored after taste without the heat.

Rich on the tongue with a slight coat that lingers. It has light carbonation and a give a very slight alcohol bite on the sides of the tongue.

A very enjoyable imperial stout, that takes advantage of the whiskey barrel ageing.

Photo of mothman
4.16/5  rDev +1.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4.25

On tap at lil Woodrow's

Tan head with a lot of lace. Color is black.

Flavor profile: this beer has coffee all throughout the beer. A lot of roasted malts. Espresso and chocolate. Oak and vanilla. Some caramel. Molasses and dark fruits.

Mouthfeel: smooth, but roasted. Full bodied. Ends dry.

Overall, a very tasty beer. A tad too much roast, but great coffee flavors. The whiskey flavors show nicely which I like.

Photo of MattSweatshirt
4.03/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A pour down the middle reveals this isn't infected like my bottles of Vanilla were. A black body and 1.5 fingers of brown head develops. Nice retention and lacing.

Immediate notes of bold roasted coffee meet the olfactory. There's chocolate with a slight underlying sweetness. Whiskey is hanging in there.

There is so much coffee goodness in the taste. Whiskey flavor and heat, chocolate, caramel, slight vanilla, and wood. Drinks smooth with a medium body just like Noir should.

The coffee is a nice addition that improves upon to base beer for me.

Photo of yourefragile
3.91/5  rDev -4.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

375 mL bottle.

Pours a dark mocha with a quickly fading tan head. Nose of fresh, cold coffee grounds, light roast, vanilla. Thicker side of medium, light carbonation. Flavor is cream and light sugar, roasty coffee grounds, espresso, touch of dark fruit., bitter finish.

Photo of BMMillsy
3.53/5  rDev -13.9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 3.5

Bottle from trade. Pours black with a creamy mocha colored head. Aroma of earthy coffee, some molasses and roast, a bit of whiskey booze. Flavor is a big punch of spicy coffee with light whiskey notes that are more sweetness than whiskey flavor, and a lingering oakiness. There is some metallic apple note going on here and I wonder if this is contaminated a bit. Slightly astringent and lingering bitter. Medium bodied with pretty high carbonation for the style. Very coffee forward which is nice--like straight coffee grounds--but no sign of the other characteristics I would expect here. Overall worth drinking but maybe not seeking out.

Photo of LittleDon
4.44/5  rDev +8.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Whenever I open something from Prairie Artisan's barrel aged stout series, I expect perfection. Why not? Most of their non-regular offerings are phenomenal. That said, it hard to accurately rate what might be considered a "best of" from a lesser brewery. Coffee Noir is not quite what I would have hoped for. The coffee doesn't shine. It's a bit boozy. The acidity is a little high. The carbonation is a bit strong. However, given what I expect from these guys, I'm being overly critical. This is an outstanding beer. It looks beautiful, with a thick head and lots of lace, dark and black. The aroma is wonderful, a spectacular blend of fruit, dark caramel, and oak. Despite the alcohol, it really doesn't drink like an 11.5 ABV beer. The body is big and rich. The finish is long with a rich bittersweet chocolate end. Yes, it's not perfect. It's not even the best that Prairie has. But it will likely beat the pants off of anything but the best Imperial stouts.

Note: Despite what you may have heard about issues with infected Prairie stouts, I drank this beer about 7 months after purchase (probably a month longer than I would have wanted) and the cap showed signs of rust. There was absolutely not problem with this beer.

Photo of jaasen64
3.85/5  rDev -6.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

375ml bottle poured into a tulip. Thanks Tony (dareibreathe) for the hook-up.

A- Pours a dark opaque black with about a quarter finger of mocha head that recedes fairly fast to a thin wispy top. Decent carbonation level with nice consistency for a hefty stout.

S- Rich chocolate, chocolate malts, balanced coffee, hints of dark fruits in the background. Nicely balanced, decent aroma strength, reminds me slightly of Coffee Framinghammer.

T- Velvety chocolate, with some slightly acrid coffee that brings a little bit of acidity, finishes with more chocolate malts and a slight yeast profile that gives a slightly weird taste. This is a very tasty beer but there are a couple things that could be tweaked to make it significantly better.

M- Creamy, a little bit on the thick side but not too much, extremely drinkable for 11.5% without any real alcohol burn.

O- This was a very good beer however I had slightly higher expectations. I've loved most of the stuff I've had from Prairie and Noir + Vanilla Noir were both fantastic. I would have liked the coffee to have been a little bit stronger then this and there was a little bit too much of a yeast profile creating some flavors that detracted from the beer. Overall it was still very good and definitely worth trying.

Photo of kscaldef
3/5  rDev -26.8%

Getting a bit of green pepper.

Photo of CTbrew32
4.27/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.25

Appearance- Pitch black with very think mocha head produced. Tons of sediment at the bottom.

Aroma- Roasted malt and dark chocolate evident at first. Some whisky, sweet, syrup aromas in there too.

Taste- Dark chocolate and roasty malts big at first like the nose. In the middle the whisky is most noticeable, which then helps transition into a sweeter finish. As a whole this get sweeter as it warms up, which ends up knocking this out of balance. I'd prefer to have the roasty/dark choclate qualities to balance the whisky sweetness. Alcohol is slightly noticeable at first, but subsides quickly.

Feel- Thick and chewy, but not too lingering at all. Very nice mouthfeel to this. Full bodied with a decent amount of carbonation as well.

Overall- I was a bit confused as my label said prairie noir, but it clearly was the coffee noir bottle design. I'm assuming a misprint must have happened. A little confusing, but that doesn't detract from this being a great beer. Great whisky flavors with a roasty malt and chocolate that sweeten as its warms, which really is the only down sides as it loses the roasty/bitter balance from the beginning.

Photo of inlimbo77
3.96/5  rDev -3.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12oz, gold wax
Deschutes TEKU

A: pours a very thick dark brown but black in the glass. Multiple fingers of marshmallow tight bubbled head. Sticky lacing.

S: deep rich coffee. Dark chocolate. Vanilla. Marshmallow sweetness. Roast.

T: nice coffee grinds and vanilla milk shake on the tip of the tongue. Not overly boozy at all, and 11.5 is hidden nicely. Some metallic flavors that I don't like. Mid palate. Tobacco char. Lingering finish, even though it's somewhat bitter and dry.

M: full bodied. Creamy.

Photo of cultclassic89
4.54/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.75 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a snifter glass on 2/20/14. It feels like I've been waiting for this beer forever. I had spicy pizza before drinking this, so I'll update this review if I need to when I have my second bottle without a lingering spiciness left in my mouth. But hey, kind of like Bomb! right? Anyway...

Appearance: Very dark, almost black. Left a nice, dark tan head of about a half inch before fading into nothing over the next minute or few. Not as syrupy looking as Bomb!, it would've been perfect had it been.

Smell: Let me tell you about this smell. I have never smelled a more beautiful beer. I literally just want to take a bath in this stuff. Rich dark coffee and dark chocolate prevail here. I actually didn't get any hints of bourbon or oak and I love it. The smell is just on another level.

Taste: Lots of dark coffee and dark chocolate, but not overpowering in any way. It's incredibly well balanced. I can't detect any bourbon or oak here either, which I also love. Some people might be disappointed by that as it's advertised as being aged in oak whiskey barrels, but I'm loving it. Maybe it was the pizza. Who knows, I'll see how the second bottle turns out here in a few days. Not any noticeable alcohol either, which is wonderful as it's 11.5%. There's just something about this taste that puts it ahead of every other coffee stout I've had thus far. I think just a tad more coffee though would have put this guy at a 5 for me.

Mouthfeel: Very excellent. Not as thick as Bomb!, but close. I think the carbonation might just be slightly higher than I want it to be, but it did mellow out as it warmed up a little. Very slick and chewy though. I'll take better note of this with my second bottle.

Overall: Just an absolutely incredible coffee stout and absolutely worth the wait. I'm almost sad I'm not trying to hoard more of this but oh well, I'd rather let other people get to try this guy. We'll see how this compares to BCBCS and WnB when I have those in the near future, but for now, it's the best coffee stout I've ever had. Prairie never seems to disappoint.

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Prairie Coffee Noir from Prairie Artisan Ales
91 out of 100 based on 360 ratings.