Growing up, there was a commercial, probably for Reese’s, where someone takes a chocolate bar and just dunks the entire thing in a jar of peanut butter.
I can’t imagine how my Crossfitting friends would deal with a visual like that. Heck, I’m starting to get a bit queasy thinking about it.
But that flavor profile easily translates into good beers. Take Pompano Beach’s Bangin’ Banjo Brewing, for example, and their new Chocolate Covered Peanut Porter (Porter, 4.9 ABV).
It’s chocolate, it’s peanut, and it’s a porter. Are there people that wouldn’t want some of this?
I would love to know how much actual chocolate was used in the production of the beer, because there is a heavy, creamy, full-bodied and delicious malty cocoa quality.
That’s heavily accentuated with a fresh roasted peanut goodness. It’s lightly chewy, nicely, moderately nutty, and very delicious.
And it’s still on tap, so go. And put the jar of peanut butter down.
Who uses a chocolate bar as a spoon, anyway?
Drink Florida Craft,