Dallas, TX: Lakewood Brewing Company continues their Seduction Series’ release schedule with Mole Temptress, now available in 4-pack bottles.
“Temptress is such a great base to play with flavor combinations, and one of the first ideas we experimented with was mole,” said Wim Bens, President & Founder of Lakewood Brewing Company. “As a brewery from Texas with a strong Hispanic culture, we wanted to see how incorporating these indigenous, bold flavors in a milk stout would play together.”
Mole Temptress combines a variety of dried chiles in the beer, including chipotle, ancho, guajillo, and pasilla, as well as cinnamon and 100% pure cacao. It has a rich, spiced nuance to it with a subtle warmth in the finish.
“This was one of the more challenging beers to get just right, since chile beers can go very extreme very quickly,” stated Wim. “We think it hits every note nicely, not overpowering the base of the beer, while letting a little heat and spice come through at the right levels. Unlike other chile beers, it’s not going to knock you over the head with heat. The flavors meld beautifully together, allowing just the right amount of each flavor to come through.”
Fans can expect to find Mole Temptress 4-packs on store shelves and on area taps in the DFW area starting the week of March 20, with other Texas markets where LBC is sold in the days & weeks to follow.
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