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I read the label before I tasted this 13%abv collaboration ale. So, I think it was this reason that I alone could taste the sometimes candied spiced pecan bourbon on the initial forward palate. Everyone was surprised at the lack of disgustingly sweet we would normally expect to endure with a heavy hitting thirteen percent. The experts I admire most nailed it, when they mentioned, “Its got the mouth feel and visual consistency of the Palo Santo Marron, but with a scotch-nut that cuts the sweet to an enjoyable level”. We agreed that other than the visual similarity and mouth-feel, the W00tstout is completely different from the Palo Santo Marron and that the Palo is amazing. When you taste this collaboration, you too will realize that, this woman perfectly described this brew in twenty-five words or less and was spot on delicious. Will, Drew and, Greg of course, thank you for flirting with disaster on this one. It really turned out beautifully.