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"The 13th hour is the witching hour, and a time when strange brews can occur. With 13 ingredients, we combined the roasted chocolate and coffee flavors of a stout with the complex spicy character of a Belgian-style ale aged in oak for a deep, robust, and captivating brew." -Samuel Adams
Well then, this week a beer with mystique behind its brewing origin an 13 fun ingredients! The Thirteenth Hour pours to a dark black body that plays into its dark story of the Witching Hour quite well. The head builds to a fluffy thick top that quickly retreats. As a fan of sour style beers I was not disappointed on the sour front taste that made the corners of my lips curl into a smile. Sweet hints of chocolate followed with a strong coffee flavors and tart fruits are also noticeable. The overall mouthfeel is smooth and creamy with a moderate carbonation. I'm not too sure if I can identify or point out one trait of this beer that I especially liked. It's just a great combination of flavors, taste, and feel.
This beer would be a great party favor and conversation piece for any style of event. I could see the Thirteenth Hour pairing nicely with a wide span of meats, pork, steak, chicken, or turkey. A fancier dinner comes to mind. I didn't have a huge dinner with this bottle but I definitely enjoyed it none the less.