RATINGS: 176   WEIGHTED AVG: 4.03/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 360   ABV: 12%
Taking its name from both Mokha, a historical port city for the distribution of African coffees, and the Sidamo province in Ethiopia, Mokasida is a regional blend of coffees that showcases the subtle characteristics of East African beans. When paired with the chocolate and roast character of our imperial stout, Mokasida imparts notes of cocoa, blueberry, and sweet potatoes to make a truly unique beer.

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5eba88 (268) - Warszawa, POLAND - JUN 23, 2017
Wygląd: ciemne nieprzejrzyste, brunatna drobnopecherzykowa piana - pozostaje po niej kożuch Aromat: kawa, czekolada, paloność, praliny Smak: pełne, gęste, kawa, czekolada, paloność, praliny, jest slodko, trochę czerwonych owoców, goryczka średnio niska, nasycenie niskie

Jaceks21 (238) - Zgorzelec, POLAND - JUN 14, 2017
Próbka na WFDP. Szału nie ma, trochę się rozczarowałem. Bardzo kawowy, nawet za bardzo, bo to przykrywa świetną podstawkę. W aromacie mocno kawowy, trochę paloności, ale jednak średnio intensywnie. Piany brak, barwa czarna. W smaku również nie powala intensywnością - dużo kawy, trochę czekolady i wanili. Nie dzieje się dużo. Ciało ok, fajnie aksamitne. Po prostu dobry, solidny RIS, bez wielkich fajerwerków.

Michael27 (1878) - Berlin, GERMANY - JUN 10, 2017
Frisch vom Hahn bei der BGM 01 in Wroclaw getrunken. Fast schwarz. Der Schaum war schnell weg. Mokkanase. Angenehme Balance, kein vordergründiger Alkohol.

wojanex (209) - warszawa, POLAND - JUN 10, 2017
E tam, smakuje gorzej od podstawy, ch.je muje dzikie węże a cudów ni ma, solidny kawowy ris i tyle

BlackHaddock (7232) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JUN 5, 2017
20th May 2017, on-tap at Cotteridge (pre-RateBeer tasting session). Black with a tanned foam on top. Coffee esters rule the nose and coffee also dominates taste wise. Rich dark malts obviously blended with some coffee beans (or whatever) combine to give a lovely smooth brew that isn’t just about coffee, there are other flavours within: chocolate and liquorice to name but two.

Brigadier (3665) - Chagrin Falls, Ohio, USA - MAY 31, 2017
On tap in Cleveland (OH)
With the proliferation of Alesmith Speedway Stout varieties it can be hard to keep track of which ones are worth the high cost and which arent. When I had a chance to score a sample of this for $2.50 it was a no brainer. In addition to the typical Speedway characteristics this one imparts a bigger emphasis on the coffee in a way that makes me wish I could sample a cup of the base roast side by side.

Aroma / Appearance - All the usual suspects are present but the main emphasis is coffee. Fresh roasted beans shine as they radiate outwards from the sticky black base. The long legs inch downwards as if resisting the call of gravity.

Flavor / Palate - Coffee dominates a rich malty profile that clings to the corners of the mouth like saran wrap. Full bodied and chewy textures empower the senses to delve deep into enjoyment. A memorable experience from start to finish I think it is obvious that Alesmith isnt just riding a cash cow into the ground.

MrTipple (4782) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 27, 2017
Intense, dark, toasted malts, dark roast filter coffee, sweet chocolate, dark, most pralines, cacao. Very dark brown, tiny, creamy, beige head. Medium sweet. More sweet coffee, chocolate, dark, burnt molasses, turns heavy sweet, creamy texture, soft carbonation, full bodied, buyers sweet chocolate in the finish. Absolutely fabulous Impy, immensely complex, rich, satisfying. Keg at The Hop Locker, Waterloo.

SarkyNorthener (4562) - West Bromwich (Yorkshire Expat), West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAY 23, 2017
[email protected] III. Black beer with small tan head. Aroma of coffee, chocolate and roasted malts. Taste is rich dark malts, roast coffee, some earth, licorice and dark chocolate. Full bodied. Very good.

Garrold (5171) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - MAY 20, 2017
Tap. Cotteridge. Nearly black. Slim, tan head. Nose has a load of dark chocolate. Dark roast coffee bean. Tar. Leather. Some burnt caramel. Taste is sweet and chewy. Some leathery, burnt bitterness. Smooth mouthfeel. Some warmth. Big, coffee bean bitterness to finish.

RichTheVillan (7752) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - MAY 20, 2017
Keg at Cotteridge Wines tasting room; pitch black pour with a thin creamy tan head, aroma has rich coffee and chocolate, taste has slight bitter chocolate, quality coffee, vanilla, slick mouthfeel,

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