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“On tap at Payette Black Friday 2015. A solid milk stout, adding a nice break from the BBA imperial stouts that dominate the event. Milk sweetness and a silky, slippery body add to the nice chocolaty notes present throughout.” -- by stevoj

1 min ago

“22 oz. bottle ABV. 10%. Pours ruby red copper with a sudsy off white head that leaves a wispy film and soapy collar. Aroma has big blackberry alcohol and dark fruit with caramel malt trying to show its self. Taste is also straight blackberry alcohol with caramel malt trying to show its self palate is medium warming little dry. The blackberry is a bit much.” -- by portableparty

2 min ago

“On tap at Strange Fellows, pours a cloudy deep orangey brown with a small beige head. Nose is authentic for a dubbel, with a dark dried fruits, bready caramel malt, Belgian yeast and candied sugar. Flavour is similar, with notes of alcohol upfront, followed by toffee, burnt sugar and Belgian yeast. Good amount of sweetness here. A little hot, but it’s quite complex and cohesive. Very nice stuff.” -- by mcberko

4 min ago

“On tap at Postmark, pours a clear golden blonde with a small white head. Aroma brings out Belgian yeast and a touch of residual candied sugar. Flavour is along the same lines, with Belgian yeast, biscuity malt and a little candied sugar. Clean and well-balanced -- actually has some depth to it. Pretty solid stuff actually.” -- by mcberko

5 min ago

“Bottle. Yup, it’s an IIPA, but it’s not a good one. Strong and boozy, with lots of malts and hops. But it doesn’t have a purpose, a direction, an agenda. It explodes at leaves a rather unpleasant aftertaste of a bitter-sweet mishmash.” -- by anstei

5 min ago

“Long lasting flavour, bitter but with enough balance. Very enjoyable, it would be full marks if it had more intensity in the nose.” -- by davidm

6 min ago

“On tap at Postmark, pours a clear golden yellow with a small white head. Aroma brings out crackery malt and a nice dry piney hop quality. Flavour is similar, with lots of fresh, dry piney hop goodness, with a crisp crackery malt finish. Really nice construction, with a lovely bitterness on the finish. Very good.” -- by mcberko

7 min ago

“There are evident similarities to CBS and where I thought the sweetness overpowered CBS this much hoppier roastier beer works much better. This beer is sweet. Very very sweet. On a level where the malty sweetness and the almost artificial swetness from the maple syrup mix together. It’s a little blurry tasting. Like theres a lot going on. It doesnt make it bad, becaus everything it tries to do, it does so well.” -- by malkyore

7 min ago

“I’ve never given out a 5 before, but I think this is the time. This beer is perfection on every level. Simple but sturdy pale malt supporting an overtly tart saison. Tropical fruit is all over this one yet it remains dry and sharp. Soft carbonation. Perfectly funky, with all the nuance of a Belgian lambic. This is the best beer I’ve ever had.” -- by MacBoost

8 min ago

“Aroma is nutty malts, caramel and beery. The flavor is caramel, spices, nutty malts and a mild English hoppy finish.” -- by wlajwl

10 min ago

“2012 vintage had at annual Black Friday event. This one smoothes out with age, with the barrel aging accents increasing to add emphasis to the solid RIS body. Heavy on the wood, elements of chocolate and roast grains, with tons of warmth from the ABV. have bottles from 2014 and 2015 to sample at a later date.” -- by stevoj

10 min ago

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10 min ago

“Muito boa, mas pro meu paladar, está longe de ser a melhor do mundo. As trapistas Belgian Ale săo melhores” -- by Vernonmw

10 min ago

“Rated on 7-18-2015 at Three Rivers Beer Review, Fort Wayne, IN. This bottled beer is presented with a very small ivory head that is mostly lasting, transparent yellow body, very little fast rising carbonation, and no lacing. The aroma is citrus and pine hops, fruity and spicy. This beer’s flavor is moderately bitter, citrus, pine hops and fruity. The mouthfeel is light carbonation and this beer is medium bodied. A quaffable APA beer that is easy drinking.” -- by hotstuff

11 min ago

“Draft, Ale House, Amesbury. Real nice pink/ lavender color, thin head white head. Aroma is oak and berries with a mild touch of funk

Flavor is pretty much as it smells, light sour oak and weak acidity. Almost a wine like tannic hint with good amount of berries. Drinkable.” -- by AirForceHops


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