If you're a fan of uniquely-flavored craft beers, we might have found the mircobrew to end all microbrews for you: A chocolate peanut butter-flavored beer aptly named "Sweet Baby Jesus."
Most of us have go-to comfort foods with which we love to imbibe. Personally, I love Triscuits (don't ask why). Combining classic foods with beer isn't anything new, and anyone who has ever set foot into a microbrewery has probably at least sampled a pancake-flavored beer (or something).
But a chocolate peanut butter beer is something that simultaneously sounds delicious and has me wondering how no one has come up with it before.
Still, credit for this tasty-sounding discovery goes to the adventurous brewers at DuClaw Brewing in Abingdon, Maryland. Topping craft brew ingenuity (for now, at least), they've concocted a chocolate peanut butter porter, which is reportedly already on the lists of several U.S. breweries.
According to Uncrate, DuClaw's Chocolate Peanut Butter Porter is truly an exception. They say it smells and tastes like the best Reese Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup you ever had.
It's balanced, and is recommended as a desert beer.
In an honest marketing move, DuClaw has branded this concoction "Sweet Baby Jesus," which is probably what you'll say after your first sip.
If you're feeling daring and are in the Abingdon area, you can get "Sweet Baby Jesus" for $10. Come back and let us know what you think in the comments below!