4 min ago
Nutty, woodsy, leathery - belongs on the end of a stick over a fire pit, a cedar closet, or on the bottom shelf of an old man’s library. Very, very subtle stone fruit on the nose.
5 min ago
Draft. Dark pour with no head. Roasted, chocolate, boozy aromas. Flavors still not melding right, will look to try this with some age, boozy and chocolate and bourbon tones fighting right now.
6 min ago
Sample at District Tap House. Slightly hazy orange-yellow color with a medium white head that diminishes steadily to a film. Stringy lacing on the glass. Aroma of tropical fruit, hops and malt. Medium body with flavors of piney hops, tangerines and toasted malt. The finish is moderately bitter with a tropical fruit an hops aftertaste. Pretty good all around.
7 min ago
Can stamped 10/26/15. This was poured into a nonic pint glass. The appearance was a jet black color with a two finger off white to tan foamy head that quickly dissipated leaving some messy lacing sticking to the glass. The smell had deep dark chocolate being the main part of the bitterness. Yet still piney hops bleed into graceful sweet milk chocolate. Just a tad bit more of the sweet chocolate part comes out than expected but still good for the most part. The taste was basically the spitting image of the smell. Sharp pine escorts the sweetness intothe aftertaste and rides on into the finish. On the palate, this one sat about a medium on the body with a slim sessionability about it. Carbonation runs fairly low allowing the bitterness to partake in the harshness party on my tongue. It gets a little dry. Overall, this was a pretty good black ale with a bit more chocolate malt than expected. Still worthy of having again.
7 min ago
Deep yellow pour, puffy white head. Aromas of peaches, apricots, citrus, minor malt sweetness. Stone fruit, indeed. Lots of bitterness - rind, pine, resin. Malts don’t provide much character making for a quite bitter finish.
8 min ago
Where to start? The chocolate nose, the spice that hits you on the second sip? This is perfection in a bottle. Delicious and easy to drink.
9 min ago
22oz bottle from Supermarket Liquor
Pours cloudy golden with a medium sized off-white head, some lacing. Aroma is bready, grapefruit and pine. Flavors of tropical fruit, oranges, grapefruit and grassy
10 min ago
Bottle. Pours reddish copper. Aroma is caramel, lightly toasted malts, berries, and floral notes. Flavor is dry and hoppy with light berry notes, faint woodiness, and a grapefruit finish. Medium body.
11 min ago
Bottle to glass. Pours a hazy light orange yellow color with a fizzy white head. Aroma has a nice tart apricot character. Flavor is a bit more mild with a bit of that lager character at the end. Nice sweetness with just a touch of sour. Tasty.
13 min ago
Pours a light amber color with a white head. Aroma is toasted Malta with some floral hops. Flavor is the same, but a little watery on the finish.
15 min ago
Tap at brewery. Pours clear yellow with white head. Aroma is spicy pepper, roasted chile, fruity. Taste is sweet backbone with a spicy heat finish, light bodied, crisp. Overall, very good chile beer!
18 min ago
Tap at brewery. Pours clear copper/ orange with white head Aroma is tropical, citrus, pineapple, roses, caramel. Taste is light bitter throughout, med bodied, med carbonation. Overall, okay.
19 min ago
Bottle thanks to Adam! Pours a clear gold with a white head that dissipates to the edges. Aroma has a nice dry tart grape with a good amount of funk, light oakiness and a light leaf notes. Flavor has an acid tart dry grape note with a decent amount of barrel and funk supporting and a hint of grain underlying.
19 min ago
Bottle thanks to Deyholla. Amver pour with a small white head. Nose of grape must. Sweet fruit learher. Mild drift wood. Buggy funk. Flavor is sweet. Mild lactic funk. Tart citrus, grape. Light body, spritzy. Awesome.
19 min ago
Draft. Nearly black pour with little to no head. Sweet, chocolate, bourbon, roasted aromas. Flavors meld well, chocolate, bourbon and dark malts, with some barrel and oak notes.