Prairie Deconstructed Bomb! Chili

Imperial Chili Stout

Prairie Deconstructed Bomb! Chili

Prairie Artisan Ales

€7.99 €10.99 *
Content: 0.355 Liter (€22.51 * / 1 Liter)
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Prairie Bomb! is an Imperial Stout stored on espresso beans, chocolate, vanilla pods and Ancho... more
Tasting Notes
Color Deep Black
Aroma Coffee, Caramel, Roasty, Chocolate, Vanilla
Taste intensive, complex, roasty, chocolatey

Prairie Bomb! is an Imperial Stout stored on espresso beans, chocolate, vanilla pods and Ancho Chilies. Intense coffee notes combine vanilla notes and a warming balanced spiciness. Rightly this big beer is the 13%. It is part of Ratebeer's prestigious Top 50 Imperial Stouts list.

With their four-part Deconstructed Series, Prairie have the Bomb! disassembled into its individual parts. So there is an independent beer for each of the special ingredients (chili, coffee, chocolate and vanilla).

Beer Facts
Ingredients: Water, Barley Malt, Hops, Yeast, Chili
Beer Style: Imperial Chili Stout
Brewery: Prairie Artisan Ales, 1803 S 49th W Ave, Tulsa, OK 74107, USA - Import: Drikkeriget ApS, Postvej 101, 8382 Hinnerup, Denmark
ABV (% ALCOHOL): 11,8
Bitterness (in IBUs): 65
Drinking Temperature (in °C): 10-13°
goes well with: Game Meats, Sweet Desserts and Chocolate, As a Digestif, Sweet Dishes
Brewery Description
Prairie Artisan Ales

Prairie Artisan Ales was founded in 2012 by Chase Healey in Oklahoma. At the start, the brewery focused mainly on saisons - Standard, Prairie Ale and Prairie Hop, the first three published beers are still among the absolute favorites of the brewery. In 2013, however, a big breakthrough came with an Imperial Stout: The Bomb! is brewed with espresso beans, chocolate, vanilla pods and ancho chilies and is one of the best Imperial Stouts ever. Prairie was voted one of the top 100 breweries in the world by in 2017. With American Solera Chase Healey founded in 2016 a second brewery, which focuses mainly on Sour and Wild Ales.