Day 10: Absence of Light, White Rascal, Vodka

On December 10, 2019, we opened a milk stout, a belgian-style white ale, and vodka.

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In the stout advent box, it is the milk stout.  The Absence of Light is a Peanut Butter Chocolate Milk Stout brewed by 4Hands Brewing Company out of Missouri.  This is 7.1% ABV and definitely has a peanut butter smell as well as taste.  If you are a fan of peanut butter, this is definitely a good one to try.  This is definitely smooth and a great balance of chocolate and peanut butter.  Neither one is overpowering the other.

In the standard advent box, it is the Belgian-Style White Ale that I had.  This is an ale with curacao orange peel and coriander.  At 5.6% ABV, it does not have a bad flavor at all.  A bit of a citrus taste but not overpowering.  This is brewed by Avery Brewing out of Boulder, CO.  The picture on the can was pretty cool though.

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The shot of the night is Bonjour French Vodka.  At 40% ABV, this will be one that I use for a night cap. 🙂

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