The Base Camp S'more Stout is enjoyable, but doesn't stand out from the crowd for flavor complexity or intensity. Given the name of the beer, S'More Stout, I was anticipating big marshmallow, graham and chocolate flavors.
I think the Khoffner Tobacco Is In My Blood is better than the overall score might indicate. Although it's very outside the flavor map of a milk stout, the beer itself is still going to have a lot of appeal to beer geeks if only because of it's surprising profile.
The Cuvée du Château by Kasteel is an enjoyable Quadruple, that doesn't mask it's large ABV nature. I enjoyed the more complex flavors that developed as the beer warmed up, but overall I would have liked more depth and complexity.
I've had a number of expressions from Nøgne Ø in the past, and it's rapidly becoming an easy blind buy option. The Nøgne Ø Imperial Brown Ale has booziness that dominates the palate, but the beer does evolve into more complexity as it warms up.
As so often is true with collaboration or unusual adjunct beers, this offering is really lacking in the flavors I'm searching for in a milk stout. I wasn't getting any coffee or chocolate, and the lactose character was very subdued. Overall, the Beau's All Natural The Tom Green Beer just comes across as a gimmick beer that inevitably doesn't deliver on the flavors from its style.
Like the Mexican Peanut Butter Stout, the peanut butter flavor is not an adjunct that is an afterthought like so many flavor themed beers. Although this Belching Beaver Peanut Butter Milk Stout might lack some of the depths and nuance of their other styles, the overall experience is fantastic.