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Prairie/Evil Twin Bible Belt Imperial Stout

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Stout - American Imperial / Double | 13% ABV 

Commercial Description: 

The latest edition of Bible Belt is made at Evil Twin.
Even More Jesus aged on coffee, vanilla, chilies, and cacao nibs.

 

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03/28/2022
darin
United States United States

Fantastic take on the BOMB!

Seems like BOMB! has lost a bit of oomph recently - dropping to 12% - and the flavor seems to have suffered. Enter Bible Belt. Not only does it have the pop and spiciness of BOMB! - at 13% - but it throws in the great Even More Jesus flavor. Cheers!

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02/06/2022
Douglas C.
United States United States

Favorable and another good Prairie product

While not my favorite product, worth a try, especially if you’re a fan of the Prairie Bomb or similar stouts. Flavor is mild and not overwhelming.

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04/29/2021
Shlomo S.
United States United States

Great Collaboration Brew

Two great breweries got together and made an Even More Jesus Bomb! stout. Both breweries continue to make top notch beers. Really liked CraftShack's cap protection on the bottle to ensure that it traveled safely.

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04/29/2021
Shlomo S.
United States United States

Great Collaboration Brew

Two of the great stout brewers get together and make an Even More Jesus Bomb! Loved this one and both these breweries continue to make top notch brews.

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04/27/2021
Shlomo S.
United States United States

Great Collaboration Brew

These two great brewers getting together to make this incredible coffee stout needs to happen more often. I also love when it's truly a collaboration between two breweries beers, not just a marketing gimmick. Even More Jesus gets the Bomb! treatment in this gem.