stevoj (5044) - Boise, Idaho, USA - JUN 13, 2017
First sniff gave away it’s Indian pedigree. Taste brings in more of the stout characteristics. Chocolate on the back end, curry up front. Savory notes and heat slowly rise up. Complex flavors. Sipper for sure. Palme (4811) - Bergen, NORWAY - MAY 24, 2017
On tap @ Rattle N Hum. Quite a deep dark one this, not the best light environment where I’m at now, but this looks pretty close to black ruby. It also has a nice big lasting and quite lacing brown head. Smells really good I have to say. It’s almost milk chocolaty, I get cocoa, spices and burnt wood - the last in a mild way. Can’t put my finger on what it is about this aroma, but I really like what I’m smelling. Tastes really good also! Almost like a mocha frappuchino just better. It’s thick and oily in the mouth while it’s creamy and soft on the prickling carbonation. Milk chocolate, lots of nice rich coffee. There’s cream and ice. A lovely spiced up creation that I can definitely dig. 11.06.2015 rami_pl (3461) - Warszawa, POLAND - APR 19, 2017
Rami Rami is drinking an Indra Kunindra by Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits at Czerniakowska
Ufo! Mega przyprawowo-ostro-kokosowe, ale na chwile obecna cayenne psuje calosc calkiem fajna, szkoda przegiecia w tym temacie. Pali jezyk
drowland (8758) - Georgia, USA - APR 7, 2017
Rami Rami: Kumin mowia ze dominanta z tych przypraw sie nazywa
Rami Rami: Mega ciekawe doswiadczenie, ale nigdy wiecej ;)
9/24/16. On tap at Growler Country. Dark brown pour with a small khaki head. Wow, Indian spice all over the aroma - promise delivered. Same on the flavor, loads of Indian spice... I don’t hate it, actually. This works surprisingly well and I’m surprised. Not bad. ads135 (4607) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - MAR 19, 2017
You MUST love curry to enjoy this beer. The aroma is aggressively curry. Lingering heat from the cayenne pepper. The only thing that balances the beer are the chocolate malts.
Ron (3961) - Rochester, New York, USA - MAR 5, 2017
Bottle. Poured black with small off white head and good lacing. Totally smells of turmeric and Indian spice. That’s a first. Heavy spice flavor, with creamy body that works well with it. Very well thought out. One of the more unique beers I’ve had. It’s good that they are experimenting with different flavors. Good stuff . bookman10 (1121) - Osseo, Minnesota, USA - MAR 3, 2017
I think this is an idea with promise, but the flavors need to be a bit more balanced. Pours a deep, cola black, with minimal head. Curry is strong in the aroma. Flavors include curry and cayenne pepper--maybe just a bit too much pepper. There’s something about this that’s a bit off, just a bit too extreme and I think it’s the pepper, though it might be the curry. I’d like this a lot more if it was balanced just a bit further. Scipio (1084) - Palatine, Illinois, USA - MAR 2, 2017
Pours black with a medium tan head that quickly fades. The aroma is potent and intense. Its very strong in curry and pepper, along with heavy coconut, mild lime, and hints of chocolate. The taste is very dry with is a little sweet. There is an easy, mild burn to this one that doesn’t seem to end. Big curry and pepper still, and I find lots of lime now. Some lesser roasted malts, spices, coconut, ad chocolate. Minimal curry aftertaste. Its medium in body, with a slick texture, and some softer carbonation. Two reasons to try this one. First, its very different. Second, its absolutely delicious. onceblind (9686) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAR 2, 2017
Dark brown hue with a light ivory cap. Weird combination of aromas that pops with curry and cumin powder with coconut and roasted black malt. Weird flavor as well with dark semisweet malt, coconut milk, cumin, curry powder spiciness, and just...weird, man! It’s freaking cumin and curry powder and gentle spiciness in a dadgum beer. It ain’t right. jmgreenuk (9455) - Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA - FEB 25, 2017
Tap at the Hair of the Dog, Phrom Phong Ballast Point tap takeover. 7%. Poured a clear dark brown with a thin off white head. The aroma is super dry and spice with the liqourice notes of the cumin shining through, along with the peppers. The flavour is liqourice bitter with a dry roasty, spicy liqourice bitter palate. Medium to full bodied with soft carbonation. I didn’t really know what to expect of this beer but I must say I enjoyed it and would buy it again. I think the recipe needs a little work though. The cumin really dominates all the way through and I didn’t get the kaffir lime at all. It needs something else to make it a little more mellow and bring that cumin liqourice back under control.