A truly multicultural beer. Wanderlust started with a recipe of a classic oatmeal stout, and then started heading south. They picked up some vanilla beans in mexico, and then made a stop in columbia for some coffee before heading back north to blend it all together in their fermenters. The oatmeal gives a hint of sweetness that helps to balance out the black-as-night malts that Wanderlust uses to bring this beer to it’s dark and rich final color. They add some hops for balance, but let’s be honest, they aren’t the star of the show here. The subtle yet present flavor of locally roasted coffee and mexican vanilla beans is why you should be ordering up a pint of this alongside your chili, to go with your creme brulee, or to sit next to that slice of chocolate cake.