- Price (16.0oz can): $15
- Style: Bourbon Barrel-Aged Wheat-Wine Ale
- ABV: 14.0%
- Brewery: The Bruery
- Location: Placentia, CA
Brewery Insights: A tasteful treatment of cacao nibs and hand-processed vanilla beans lace the golden waves of this wheatwine-style ale with a subtle savoriness reminiscent of white chocolate. Notes of coconut, honey, caramel, and vanilla intertwine seamlessly in this bourbon barrel-aged treat.
Overall Score: 6.9
White Chocolate brewed and canned in Placetia California is a unique style Bourbon Barrel-Aged Wheat-Wine Ale. It has a light brown pour to it with a bit of a light carbonation. It does have an unexpected smell of vanilla and bourbon to it, which you would think it would resemble some type of chocolate smell. It has a very smooth and boozy so sip slow. If you were expecting to get white chocolate you may be disappointed. Instead you get a unique taste of bourbon with hints of vanilla and caramel.
White Chocolate doesn’t live up to its name. If you thought you were getting that white chocolate sensation, you’re better off getting that with a white girl getting gangbanged by BBC (don’t worry its just a PG-13 meme, no pornhub you dirty fucks). $15 dollars a can is a bit pricey, but to be fair, that’s the same amount I pay for a blowjob at my local K-Mart parking lot. The ABV is a nice 14% per can, which will have you drinking and driving back to total wine to get another one (DJ Khaled Voice). To be honest, I don’t even know what the fuck this is. Is it wine? Is it Bourbon? Is the earth flat? All I know is the more I drink, the more I like, which is a great fucking thing! Go out and get one of these you Degenerates!
You can find White Chocolate on the following Degenerate listings:
- Wine Ale Reviews
- California Beer Reviews