Porters lend themselves to a variety of complementary flavors, like chocolate, chili, and coffee. Evoking these flavors is far from a worn-out gimmick; for Northeast hyper-locals Dangerous Man, the profile of a dark beer is more of a challenge than a comfort zone. They've imbued stouts with chocolate milk and coconut milk in the past, but their Peanut Butter Porter is the toast of the newly expanded microbrewer. The porter's roasty, toast-like body meshes cleanly with the peanut butter, bolstering a hint of salt without the oiliness of other PB-infused beers. Peanut Butter Porter is quickly becoming a flagship for the three-year-old Dangerous Man. More than that, it's now a veritable destination beer for Minnesota.