ozzy70 (1132) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - JAN 10, 2017
12 oz. can. Pour was clear golden, foamy white head. Aroma was cocoa, malted milk balls, sweet. Taste was sweet, malty, vanilla, very sweet. unclemike (3115) - Ft. Riley, Kansas, USA - DEC 22, 2016
Pours a clear gold with a half finger of white head. Aroma of chocolate milk and dry nestle quick powder. Taste is light bitter. Follows aroma in the start and finish with a hint of citrus right in the middle a pretty decent beer. Carlisle (733) - Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 26, 2016
Nitro draft. Pours gold with thick, white head and lacing. Bread and white chocolate on the nose. White chocolate dominates followed mild some bitterness. Good at first but sweetness could use more balance.
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Can. Golden pour with tan head. Weird sweet, chocolate? aromas. Flavors are chocolate, cocoa and sweet tones. ghostbeer (213) - Nebraska, USA - OCT 8, 2016
I enjoy stouts and was eager to try this since it seems so different and unique. This was not good to me. Not really having expectations for it, I thought it tasted amateur-ish. I see no reason to have it again since any homebrewer could make something comparable.
Bov (12636) - Bienne, SWITZERLAND - SEP 25, 2016
from Drinks of the World, Basel; canned - golden beer with a strong aroma of white chocolate and cacao; medium-bodied and very swet; quite highly carbonated, sweetish chocolaty finish, long - may work altonbrownd (5898) - Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA - SEP 21, 2016
Can from Drinks of the World Zurich. Hazy golden body with puffy head. Nose is really sweet, chocolate and malts. Taste is hoppy, dark chocolate, really nice dark chocolate finish. Quite nice and different. HuskerTan (2168) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - AUG 18, 2016
A- Candy, white chocolate.
A- Orange color, cloudy liquid, white head.
T- Sweet, white chocolate, subtle bubblegum.
P- Medium body, average texture, average carbonation, sweet finish.
O- All my intuition told me this was gonna be bad. But I still had to have it. Why? Because it was a white stout and the only way to find out what the hell a white stout is would be to buy and drink it. This is certainly no stout in my book, and I agree with the style category now. I expected a white or even brown color. Nope, golden orange. Smell was that of sugary candy and palate was not that roasty chocolate goodness I know in a stout. It wasn’t repulsive but it was weird. Smelled and tasted like white chocolate but at the same time I’m not sure it actually does taste or smell like white choclate. Hell if I know. N3lson1 (1005) - Long Valley, New Jersey, USA - AUG 11, 2016
Drank from a pint glass, poured from a twelve ounce can. This beer a super clear and yellow, nice carbonation. I wish there was a bit more head. This beer does not tastes as it looks. Nice chocolate, mostly coffee flavors. I wanna brew this beer, but add a hit more roastiness and bit of smokeyness. tmoreau (4297) - Lombard, Illinois, USA - JUL 28, 2016
On tap at Ellyn’s Tap & Grill in Glen Ellyn, IL., and nitro pushed to a snifter displaying a cascading show with an amber/gold hue, cream colored fluff that was thick & persistent, and some waves & spots of lacing. The nose was sweetness, caramel, toffee, vanilla, and cocoa nibs. Light to medium bodied, with creaminess from the nitro, carbonation was low, promoting a bit of watery & thin texture. The taste added some light cold coffee flavor, and a touch of roasted bitterness to the other notes, finishing with a subtle dryness. Initially offered as a shaker full, but a snifter was sufficient to show the fairly tasty, but novelty aspect of this brew.