mmather (185) - Colorado, USA - MAY 2, 2008
from a bottle in at a bar in Belize City. very nice dark color. A welcome respite from the drek normally served in this section of the world and on the cruise ship we were on. aroma much like a guinness, but is quite a bit thinner in keeping with the tropical climate. A definite flavorful beer for drinking a lot of in the intense sun of Belize. Cletus (6355) - Connecticut, USA - APR 13, 2008
Pours dark brown with a thin tan head. Smells roasty woth touches of earthy hints. Tastes a bit vegetal and overly sweet with some roast character that doesn’t compliment the the rest of the beer enough. A decent attempt at the style. swwild (8) - Northfield, Minnesota, USA - MAR 9, 2008 does not count
This beer is great Just got back from the Brewery in Belize. A must do if you are in there on vacation. This is not very filling like most stouts the best stouts that had. natedoggkc (164) - Overland Park, Kansas, USA - JAN 28, 2008
284 ml bottle. Pours almost black with medium tan head. Aroma is of light roast and hop. Taste is a little more bitter than expected with enough malt to balance it out nicely. Not a bad stout and I think it would be quite drinkable on a warm/hot day as well. Slacks (615) - Bolton, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 27, 2008
12-oz Bottle @ Toucan Daiquiri Bar & Grille, Belize City, Belize: The item I wanted to try the most on this vacation, a rare foreign stout. At least rare to us in Canada! Poured dark brown, a little bit of tan head. Aroma was absent and the flavour was very light and watery, but significantly bitter. I actually found myself a bit disappointed as I’d come to expect more, but it was still fun to try. Those of you heading down note it has the same bottle as the lager offering, you’ll need to check the cap.
LiebeBier (808) - Annapolis, Maryland, USA - DEC 16, 2007
Same bottle as the regular Belikin, with a different bottle cap. This stout has moderate flavors, but packed a bit of a punch at 6.8%. Roasted Coffee and malt flavors with a bit of sweetness. A decent beer. TheBeerOrg (2145) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - APR 12, 2007
Pours near black with reddish hues. Aroma of corn, grainy adjuncts, unclean fermentation, oxidized crystal malt. Taste is caramel and crystal malt, which tastes slightly grainy, oxidized and papery. Mouthfeel is medium to full bodied, slightly soapy, with moderate carbonation. Has potential, but falls short. brianjames1 (539) - Northridge, California, USA - MAR 22, 2007
pours darkest of all belikin beers. lacks in aroma and in flavor. a bit bland User37895 (3042) - - DEC 30, 2006
Dark brown to black in color, nice chocolate-tan initial head, but it dissipated within a minute to near nothing, swirling the only means to regenerate something pretty. Lacing was weak in my stout pint glass. The aroma was grassy (green bottled Euro Pilsner import-like), light roast, and a little bit of skunk. The flavor was better than the aroma, coming off almost like a foreign stout, acidity/astringency, light sour notes, roasted chocolate, yet most notably a bitter grassy hop aspect to it all, must be some Saaz in here? Finish has a bitterness to it, really keeps this thing interesting, but I’m not a huge fan of Saaz/grass in my stouts. With warming temperatures, richer flavors (although not stellar within style), but still finishing with an odd bitter bite. Mouthfeel besides acidic, was somewhat thin, yet well carbonated. Bert, thanks for sending this bottle my way. A cool experience, and far superior to the average swill required to score these long distant countries! sloth (2905) - Ceciltucky, Co., Maryland, USA - DEC 10, 2006
Thanks to coldbrewky for the bottles! Poured a large light brown head with good retention and a sticky, webby lacing. A black bodied brew. Nose of lightly sweet malts, faint chocolate and a hint of sourness. Body is lightly medium, crisp for a stout. Mediumsweet malt flavors, light chocolate and roast, light sourness and maybe a bit of black patent astringency. Finish is lightly sweet, with a surprising bite and or astringency? Thanks again Steve! This nets me another country! The Beer of Belize, cool.