Scoring a 75 on the International Bitterness Units scale (which measures the hop bitterness levels) and 9.5 percent alcohol by volume, this is a formidable stout. Imperial stouts typically fall in the range of 55 to 80 (out of 100) IBUs in order to balance out the malt sweetness.
Strong beers often require food with some backbone. Great Divide recommends pairing the stout with grilled steaks, strong or salty blue cheese and chocolate. I could see it working well with a lot of seafood options like oysters or cioppino. On the dessert side, chocolate cakes or truffles would go nicely, as would ice cream with a caramel ribbon or vanilla flavoring.
In light of the recent storms and the new round of shoveling you probably did this morning, Yeti Imperial Stout is the right reward for your effort, snow men and women.