Hell, Yes: Narragansett Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout

New England's got everything, guys. Beautiful foliage, delicious seafood, and a complete disregard for traffic laws. It's also home to the famous Narragansett beer—Rhode Island's pride and joy. We've seen 'Gansett praise the region by incorporating Del's Lemonade into the summer drinking necessity, Del's Shandy—but this limited-edition Narragansett Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout might be the finest combination of New England flavors since Jeremy Glass

This full-bodied milk stout is made with The Ocean State's beloved Autocrat Coffee, which is widely-accepted as the only syrup you need for a tall glass of Coffee Milk

The coffee extract gives the beer a rich, chocolatey, malty flavor that tastes like a big can of alcoholic autumn. It's sweet, bitter, and a solid example of why New England's brew trumps any other region's staple beverage. Suck it, Faygo! Suck it, Cheerwine! Suck it, rest of the continental United States! 

The 5.3% ABV stout will be available until December in six packs of 16-ounce tallboy cans and 12 packs of 12-ounce glass bottles. (But we all know the only way to drink a 'Gansett is from a tallboy.)

Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout is even more New England than watching the Red Sox lose a game while being depressed and eating fried clams in your quad at UCONN. Go Sox. 

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and is a born-and-bred proud New Englander. For advice on properly eating lobster or evading speeding tickets, please tweet at him: @CandyandPizza.