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RATINGS: 1129   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.89/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 297   ABV: 9.9%
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Everything but the kitchen sink…Great Western Premium Two Row, Wheat, Carvienne, Caramunich, 95-115, 135-165L Crystal Malts, Chocolate, Roasted and Black Barley and Pale Chocolate. We also add some Brown Sugar and some Dark Belgian Candi Sugar to boost the Original Gravity. The beer is hopped with East Kent Goldings, Mt. Hood, Liberty, and Challenger. It is unfiltered with an OG of 1.094 and 10.0% ABV. Proprietary Ale Yeast.

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3.8
L_Lovecraft (994) - - OCT 17, 2018
2008 vinatge...good nose of dark fruits and toasted malts, black with a good tan head, medium/full body, average carbonation, taste is similar, quite intense of toasted and some smoked notes...very good.

3.8
nickel (1453) - UKRAINE - MAY 31, 2018
Aroma: chocolate, roasted malt. Taste: powerful chocolate flavor, notes of resins, coffee and roasted malt. Warming. Great stout for windy evenings in San Francisco

4.7
badpuppy69 (399) - Orange, California, USA - APR 29, 2018
From a Bottle to a glass. Pours a Dark brown black color with tan frothy head. Aroma is Chocolate coffee roasted malt dark fruit molasses and some hop bitterness balancing it all out. Taste follows the aroma well. Medium heavy mouthfeel. Very smooth and alcohol is hidden well. Excellent Beer!!!

3.9
dnstone (4654) - Baden-Württemberg, GERMANY - FEB 20, 2018
Pours black with tan head. Roasty chocolate aroma. Big sweet chocolate flavor. Notes: Bottle

3.7
Nero55 (964) - Nevada, USA - JAN 13, 2018
UPDATED: JAN 13, 2018 Dark brown black with a thin tan head. Aroma of chocolate and roasted malt. Medium body, chocolate, coffee, light smoke, and a slight alcohol finish.

3.9
DialSquare (5368) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - JAN 5, 2018
Draft from Daily Growler UA: black pour, medium beige head. aroma of roasted chickadee malts. tastes are dark chocolate, citrus peel, little milky sour, caramel, earthy, bit charred. background warmth, but covers well. quite nice.

4.2
barrelagedluv (131) - Pittsburg, California, USA - DEC 23, 2017
Pours thick n oily into a British imperial pint glass with a beige foamy lather. Scent is potent and malty, notes of cacao and vanilla. Taste is toasted and syrupy, notes of expresso and lactose. Backend is long on creamy richness, Nutella comes to mind. A Stout to be recond with, cheers Port Brewing!

3.8
BlackHaddock (9017) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - DEC 23, 2017
19th December 2017. Ordered as part of a Flight in Crush & Brew, Temecula. Really pleased to see this, another beer I have wanted to try it for some time (it shared stage with Alesmith's Horny Devil, Lost Abbey's Lost & Found and a beer from Ritual called Hellion). Black bodied, tanned head. Chocolate esters within the malty aroma, taste also dominated by the roasted malts and again dark chocolate was the main player. Liked it.

3.8
ebone1988 (2499) - Dearborn, Michigan, USA - DEC 19, 2017
Bottle from Merchants. Aroma roasted malt, coffee, dark chocolate, bready, warming, vanilla, slight booze, very nice. Appearance is dark dark brown, light brown head, poured thickish. Taste is roasted malt, licorice, dark chocolate, bready, vanilla, coffee, like a less intense or toned down version of Founders Imperial Stout. Mouthfeel is medium to heavy body, light carbonation, bitter licorice roasty aftertaste. Overall, this one is super solid.

3
emdejes (99) - Gent, BELGIUM - DEC 13, 2017
50 cl bottle - I expected much more of this. After five years of age, this beer did not evolve in something incredible tasty. Would not try this again. A little plain.


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