RATINGS: 563   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.57/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Brewed with madras curry, caynne pepper, cumin, toasted coconut, and kaffir lime leaf, Indra Kunindra is a 9% ABV stout brewed in collaboration with homebrewer Alex Tweet. It was brewed for Holiday Wine Cellar’s 46th Anniversary Homebrewers Competition. First batch at 9%, others at 7%.

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mbtrailbuilder (14) - , North Carolina, USA - DEC 4, 2013
On tap at Davidson Beverage Company. Asian spices come through very well, nicely balanced, and a great increasing burn at the adam’s apple the further you get into the pint.

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pfc514 (146) - Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA - FEB 26, 2014
Pours completely black with a light beige head in a snifter. Really interesting aroma with curry being dominant. Invokes a curiosity as to what the taste is gonna be like. Curry is really dominant in the flavor. Gives a spice to the beer and coconut follows through as well. Spicy and unique, yet not bad. One could look at these flavors and think this beer would taste awful, yet this is not the case. Smooth and creamy mouthfeel. Not outstanding, but above average. I wouldn’t drink this beer all the time, but I’m shocked they made all these flavors a drinkable beer..and it’s considerably way more than just drinkable. Unique, balanced, and tasty.

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boisebeerguy (212) - boise, Idaho, USA - MAR 14, 2014
On tap. Smells of curry. Taste of slight chocolate and the curry adds good warmth to it. If this beer is to spicy for you please turn in your man card.

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78samh (288) - Olympia, Washington, USA - APR 25, 2014
Beer tasting at Gravity. Nice aroma of curry and spice. Lots of curry flavors. Descent burn in the back of the throat from the cayenne. Great stout! Very unique.

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Beerdrinker79 (2188) - Idaho, USA - JUL 12, 2014
22 oz bottle- Pours completely black with a huge three finger head that’s full of big bubbles and reduces leaving cobwebby lace. Aroma is strong Indian spices, it actually made me sneeze, cayenne pepper, curry, cumin and coconut are all there, wonderful aroma. The taste is strong toasted coconut, not getting much heat off the bat, cumin is there as well, very easy drinking for an export stout. Body is a bit thin and carbonation is soft. Very much enjoyed this, experimental and really tasty.

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euniceradio (560) - Worthington, Minnesota, USA - APR 22, 2015
Pours black. Head dissipates to nothing...hence the low appearance rating. Aroma of roasty toasty coconut, banana, bread, chocolate, carrot cake, cream, and fresh-baked goodness. Taste is roasty, coconut, chocolate, and buttered bread. Finish is a slow burn of cayenne pepper and curry. So freaking good!! Mouthfeel is light. Wish it were a little heavier. Honestly would have rated this a 4.5+ but no head...looks like a soda.

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MayumiH (1214) - - NOV 10, 2015
Bottle at home. Black colour with beige head. Strong espresso flavour, some Worcestershire sauce, a dash of soy sauce. Medium body. Interestingly complex.

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nerdboy19 (171) - Seoul, SOUTH KOREA - JAN 21, 2016
I really wanted some rice or a garlic naan when I was drinking this. Very spicy, tastly spicy beer. Full of cumin, curry, pepper. I could barely taste the stout, the spice was so overwhelming but it was satisfying. Taste is lots of spice, very spicy, curry, a little bit of stout.

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shrubber85 (11583) - Greenville, Indiana, USA - AUG 11, 2016
Draft. Strong curry, chocolate malt, and light hay aroma. Dark brown with moderate head. Mildly sweet chocolate malt, and strong curry/cayenne flavor. Nice body. Delivers on the spices.

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dcschiller (2208) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - OCT 14, 2011
(22oz bottle from HWC). Pours dark brown with thin khaki head. Has a nice garnet hue to it as well. After having just come out of the fridge, the first thing to hit the senses is the curry and sweet coconut. The taste is semi-sweet with lots of savory notes and roast. There is also some vegetal bitterness that I’m guessing is from the lime leaf and cayenne. Medium bodied with a slick texture. Finish is warming from the alcohol and cayenne. The cayenne burn is quite nice unless you are a wuss that doesn’t eat spicy food. The beer has loads of flavors going on, but they aren’t as overpowering as I thought they might be. This is not the spice profile that my wife (who is Indian) cooks with since she blends her own masala. Otherwise, this might be the perfect exotic beer. Really cool beer.


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