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Beer Release: 4Seasons Winter '22 Will Transport you to a Magical Winter Wonderland Snowing S'mores


SINCE 4SEASONS' INCEPTION IN 2014, WE'VE BEEN PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES of the big-beer category, with new and exciting combinations coming out almost every quarter for the last 8 consecutive years (You can view the full archive here if you're curious). At the risk of outdoing ourselves once again, we're closing out ‘22 with our most ambitious version yet - A Bourbon Barrel-aged S’mores Imperial Stout brewed to mimic the iconic fireside dessert.



“Normally we’re a brewery that hangs our hat on classic styles done-well, with a primary focus on the base style, sometimes augmented by adjuncts. With Winter ’22 we took the opposite approach and really set out to capture the essence of S’more flavors to serve as the cornerstone of the recipe.”

-Chris Baker – Director of Brewing Ops, Mother Earth Brew Co.


Mother Earth describes the beer as viscous and chocolate-dominant, thanks to heavy-handed additions of Dutch process and dark chocolate. Barrel-imparted notes of vanilla and brûléed sugar lend complexity that is enhanced by a light addition of cinnamon. This trifecta is responsible for a truly authentic marshmallow flavor that completes the overall S’more impression.


Barrels standing on top of each other

4Seasons Winter ‘22 will be available beginning this Friday at Mother Earth’s Idaho tasting rooms in Boise and Nampa, and will roll out to distribution throughout the remainder of December and into January in 16oz cans and limited draft. Search near you on our Beer Finder.

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Paul
Paul
02 de ago. de 2023

I was on the hunt for the perfect winter-themed brew when I stumbled upon this concoction named "Blizzard Bliss," a chocolatey, marshmallow stout that promised a sensory journey into a winter wonderland. Now, who could resist that?

Let me tell you, it was as magical as it sounds. Each sip was like a snowflake of chocolate and marshmallow, delivering real transport this soothing warmth that contrasted beautifully with the frosty weather outside. We were laughing, sipping, and before we knew it, we were making s'mores to pair with the beer.

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