slowrunner77 (12455) - Reno, Nevada, USA - SEP 26, 2014
"10 months old, this beer held up incredibly well. the aroma is near perfection - chocolate, roasted malt goodness, brine (not subtle or overdone in the oyster department). taste is dry, medium bodied, almost matches the aroma, but not quite. Excellent brew!" xo4upoku6at (10) - Moscow, RUSSIA - NOV 3, 2013
Creamy one, black color, some coffee flavor and oyster after sip. Makes u feel cozy so very good for winter, as almost every single ale JK (6240) - St. Louis Park, Minnesota, USA - NOV 1, 2011
Black color, smooth palate and low carbonation. Malt and coffee aroma. Heavily roasted grain in the flavor, with some light oyster in the aftertaste. demdeac40 (299) - Etowah, North Carolina, USA - OCT 9, 2011
Thanks to Sarah and Jamie for the bottle. Pours a deep dark black with heavy carbonation and huge brown head. Heavy roast and dark chocolate on the nose along with a nice salty hint of the sea. Heavy carbonation mutes the flavors but follows through from the aroma. Not as heavy as I would have expected and there is definitely a briny character in the taste profile. Actually fairly crisp and finishes with a slight roasty bitterness. Good beer but I was somehow expecting a little more. wedgie9 (2702) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - AUG 2, 2011
Tasted on 8/1/11 from a 12oz bottle obtained in a trade, it was a bit of a gusher. Pours thick, oily black with a massive tan head that slowly recedes to some spotty lace and a thin collar. This is the first oyster stout I have ever had where the oyster is actually discernable. There are aromas of chocolate, roasted malt, and coffee, but the overwhelming aroma is of briny and somewhat fishy oyster. The flavor is the same, starting off with the briny and somewhat fishy taste, and then moving on to the lightly sweet chocolate, vanilla, and a hint of coconut, and finishing with bitter dark chocolate and coffee. The body is medium with average, but stinging carbonation and a long bitter coffee, coconut, and briny finish.
cubs (10657) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - JUL 20, 2011
Bottle @ home, courtesy of ratman197. Thanks! Pitch black appearance with a brown head that dissipates pretty quickly. Chocolate, creamy, sweet, roasty dark malty nose. Roasty, chocolatey, creamy, tangy oyster, slightly charred stout flavor. Oyster, chocolate, roasty aftertaste. They did a nice job of not overdoing the oysters. anders37 (26824) - Malmö, SWEDEN - JUL 11, 2011
Bottle. Pours a black color with a small tan head. Has a roasted malty chocolate aroma. Dry roasted malty chocoalte flavor with salty hints. Has a dry roasted malty chocolate finish. Ughsmash (7508) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 21, 2011
Bottled. Poured nice and black with a short, dusty dark beige head. The aroma was just what I wanted in a stout.. heavy black roast paired with some ash and dark chocolates.. just a little brine played well in there.. excellent! The flavor found more chocolates upfront, with heavy black patenty roast on the back-end.. coffee bitterness and some metallic brininess on the edges.. really dried out on the roasty finish. Medium-bodied with low-moderate carbonation on the palate.. not a whole lot of influence from the oysters, but what was there was complementary.. very good feel and flow. I enjoyed this much. jcwattsrugger (12507) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - JUN 21, 2011
on tap-pours a dissipating brown head and black color. Aroma is dark malt-roasty, sea water. Taste is dark malt-roasty/some clove, some earthy hops. Quick finish. 1FastSTi (3361) - Glendale, Wisconsin, USA - JUN 20, 2011
Pours to a black body with a thin creamy tan head. The flavor is sweet up front, but has a huge deep roasty black patent malt to go with it. Dry and super roasty with an oily nearly pure cocoa bar. The aroma is deep and roasty black patent and chocolate. There is a super light brinyness. The oysters simply add body in this one. Smooth palate that is really drying. Medium velvety body.