Beer With Pleasant Strangers – Episode 15 – Shake it Up and Stout it Out

In this episode, Joel got together with both Small Pour Sean and Craft Beer 007 in order to flood their systems with Mikkeller San Diego Beer Geek Vanilla Shakes along with some barrel-aged variants. Basically the liquid equivalent of binge-eating a quart of ice cream and half of a chocolate cake. Listen in as their blood sugar levels spike and taste buds are forever scarred.

Beer Geek Vanilla Shakes

Show Notes:

Guests: @smallpoursean & @craftbeer007
Small Pour Sean on Untappd: Smallpoursean
Craft Beer 007 on Untappd: craftbeer007sd

Beers:

Mikkeller San Diego – San Diego, CA

Beer Geek Vanilla Shakes & Traeblod

Beer Geek Vanilla Shake – (batches 1 & 2) An Imperial Stout made with coffee and vanilla.

Beer Geek Maple Vanilla Shake – An Imperial Stout with coffee, vanilla and maple syrup.

Traeblod – An Imperial Stout with maple syrup.

BA Vanilla Shakes

Beer Geek Vanilla Shake aged in Bourbon Barrels – An Imperial Stout with coffee and vanilla aged in Bourbon barrels.

Beer Geek Vanilla Shake aged in Rum Barrels – An Imperial Stout with coffee and vanilla aged in rum barrels.

Pure Project Brewing & Abnormal Beer Co. – San Diego, CA

Carpe Noctem

Carpe Noctem – Imperial Stout with Organic Vermont Maple Syrup, Organic Cacao Nibs, and Organic Hazelnuts

 

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