Southern Grist Mixes Breakfast With Pleasure in New Cinnamon Roll Inspired Stout

Southern Grist Cinnamon Roll
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What is the sweetest way that Southern Grist (Nashville, Tennessee) can end the year? How about a sweet homage to a piece of breakfast confectionary perfection, the cinnamon roll? The newest addition to the Batch One Theory collection, CINNAMON ROLL, delivers more than expected. 

Batch One Theory can best be explained by Southern Grist themselves:

“This is our never-to-be-replicated (the exact same way) barrel-aged imperial stout series. Usually with adjuncts, but when a very special barrel speaks to us, you can at times find a ‘naked’ version as well.”

Brewed with cinnamon, brown sugar, and vanilla beans, Cinnamon Roll has the sturdy backbone of a rich and full-bodied stout. An Imperial Oated Sweet Stout aged in Bourbon barrels for 14 months, this beer has an ABV that matches its flavor. At 13% ABV, Southern Grist awants this to be a brew that engulfs your taste buds while not being cloyingly sweet.

It is easy to see how well Cinnamon Roll fits in the lineup of the Batch One Theory project. If it looks too good to pass up, you better hop onto their website now and reserve a bottle while you can. 

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