Add your rating on the Tavour app.
A Note on This Beer
‘Three’s Company’ was the show that was supposed to fail. In fact, network observers predicted it wouldn’t go more than six episodes. Well, eight seasons, a spin-off, and a TV movie proved them wrong!
Pastry Stouts weren’t supposed to be big either. In 2017, a Chicago Tribune beer writer even criticized them as “forgetting what beer tastes like” and declared the style as a temporary fad. Try telling that to the folks at The Bruery!
This sweet-toothed crew built a Southern California empire on Pastry Stouts that taste like straight-up baked goods. If anything, today’s 4.28 UT-rated Three’s Cocompany shows the style isn’t just surviving, but thriving!
Teaming up with Mikerphone Brewing and Moksa Brewing Co., The Bruery got extra down and decadent with this 11.3% ABV sipper. They wove in thick ‘n creamy additions of coconut, vanilla beans, milk sugar, and oat milk.
On top of the chocolatey, roasty, dark malts in the Imperial Stout base, the whole thing tastes like a five-star restaurant molten lava cake topped with shaved coconut and whipped cream!
“Forgetting what beer tastes like?” No — we say this is beer innovation at its finest! And, while Three’s Cocompany is a limited release, masters like The Bruery will ensure the Pastry Stout style is here to stay for many more seasons.
Craft fans like @Andrew S. declare The Bruery “One of the best breweries in the world for Imperial Stouts with adjuncts!”
Tavour strictly supports independent beer. The Bruery is certified independent by the Brewers Association