Mora2000 (6158) - McKinney, Texas, USA - NOV 3, 2013
Brown pour with a tan head. As much as I wanted to like this one since I love Indian food, I couldn’t do it. I appreciate what they were trying, but it tastes like bad Indian food from a mall food court in liquid form. I get a lot of cinnamon, pepper and curry notes, all ingredients that I typically like. However, in this beer, they call clash, with the heat from the cayenne really clashing with the other aspects. Medium to thick mouthfeel and medium carbonation Homer321 (5071) - Melboring, Florida, USA - OCT 25, 2013
Draft. Dark with minimal head. Hard to get much aroma past the cigars of this place. Slight spicey. Taste is a flavor explosion. Vanilla, cinnamon, subtle spiciness in the finish. Wow. Spiciness continues to grow. By the end if the glass I likely won't be happy but this is damn good. Definitely spicey as I finished.
---Rated via intercellular device Ed5388 (3480) - Forked River, New Jersey, USA - OCT 24, 2013
22oz bottle. Drank during Pliny clone brew day @ Bob F.'s house. Pours black with a finger of creamy tan head. Aroma of roasted malt, big cumin notes, cayenne pepper, and hints of coconut. Taste is earthy, with roasted malt, cocoa powder, cumin, and a spicy cayenne pepper burn in the finish. kidmartinek (4999) - austin, Texas, USA - OCT 23, 2013
This beer is black, thick, has no memorable head and is dominatee by licorice in both the aroma and flavor. Sooo much vanilla its almost like an, yes ’an’ horchata. Lots of hot pepper shit makes itself well known in the taste. It can smell like milk and you know the kaffir lime is lurking in there somewhere. A hot beer that’s as awesome as fire in the hole wings... a fun sport to eat,... painful to get rid of. barn0216 (550) - California, USA - OCT 18, 2013
Tap at smoke eaters Mercado. Black, good lacing. Definite notes of curry, some sweetness from the coconut and chocolate. Similar flavor but with added roast and more prominent coconut flavors. Spicy from the cayenne. Quite a bit better than i was expecting. Weird but not really a gimmick beer.
brystmar (1314) - Dallas, Texas, USA - OCT 15, 2013
Spiced to all hell. Cumin galore on the nose like I walked into an Indian spice store on the LES. Spices and lentils assault my palate, cayenne pepper overwhelms. Vanilla comes from left field to save the day the end but gets pummeled by the pepper. Meh. junon (430) - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA - OCT 15, 2013
Nice. Roasted coconut and the curry marry well. Couldn’t place a certain taste into I remembered what I was drinking. The curry is distinct. Only problem I have with these spicy beers is that they are palate killers for other beers. Excellent with food though. Tmoney99 (14490) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - OCT 13, 2013
Tap. Poured clear black color with an average frothy tan head that lasted and produced good lacing. Moderate to heavy complex toasted malt, hot spice and herb aroma. Medium to full body with a smooth dry texture and flat carbonation. Medium to heavy toasted spice sweet flavor with a medium to heavy dark sweet finish of moderate duration. This is a complex dark beer. mrhoppy (1288) - Santa Clara, California, USA - OCT 12, 2013
Wow! This one crazy ass beer! If you like coconut and Indian food. You Have got to try this. Coconut curry cumin chocolate coffee a little pepper. I have to cook with this beer! It really blows me away! It’s nuts! SPDickerman (1239) - Texas, USA - OCT 12, 2013
Pours black with a small fading tan head. Smells strongly of the mentioned Indian spices: curry, cayenne, and cumin. Taste is spicy, coconut, line, and cayenne. Full-bodied with a smooth texture and soft mouth-carbonation, Ballast Point Indra Kunindra finishes with a lingering cayenne heat.