coldbrewky (1731) - Hippetown East, New York, USA - DEC 6, 2006
They left me unsupervised in the tap room at the brewery in ladyville for over an hour. Smooth and lofty, the added sugar is evident but at that point I realy began to care less. The wife did not scold me fopr being uproriously silly by 10:30 am. Go to Belize and drink as much as you can find. mansquito (6902) - Nueva York, New York, USA - OCT 30, 2006
This is served in the same bottle as the normal Belikin, but this beer comes with a blue cap instead of a green one. For some reason, Belize imports mostly stout beers, but most of the imports are not as good as this nice little beer. High on the alcohol and rich with a light chocolately, coffee taste. Definately worth a try, if it ever becomes available. Not for everyone. biznizness (1128) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUN 14, 2006
This was too fizzy and didn’t have much flavor. It was served in the exact same bottle as the beer, which confused us. When you are on the beach in Belize, pretty much everything tastes good. feedmec00kies (49) - New York, New York, USA - APR 12, 2006
dark burgundy with little head. aromas of coffee, caramel, honey, plantains. tasted like coffee, watercress, raisins with a plain white rice (or maybe sushi rice) aftertaste. body on the thin side, not much in the way of mouthfeel. puzzl (3264) - New York, New York, USA - APR 12, 2006
Dark ruby/black pour with no head. Aroma is banana, vegetable, molasses, very dunkel like, which this beer seems to be in general. Taste is cooked cabbage, minerally water as it warms. Cold its a little more stout-like. Not a bad beer at all really, considering location.
Ironmike (2) - Lynn Haven, Florida, USA - OCT 12, 2005 does not count
caramel and coffee notes, floral hops but understated, earthy, raisin and licorice, faint smoke, reddish black color, clear when held to light, frothy head quickly dissipates, light sweetness, medium bitterness, full body and mouthfeel, creamy and sticky, soft carbonation, long finish. Very nice stout but not to style...more like a Uberporter, ya’ know what I mean? Too much to be a Porter and too light to be a stout. Probably because it’s so damn HOT in Belize. This is definitely the right beer for dark beer lovers at the equator! LyndaB (4) - Georgia, USA - JUL 7, 2005 does not count
I LOVED this beer! I want it here. I am a fan of Bass and Guiness and such and found myself choosing the Belikin Stout over Guiness when available. I don’t know how to describe it other than it is great! bb (9789) - Alamo, California, USA - APR 9, 2005
Bottle. Very dark beer with a slight reddish tint and a cocoa head. Roasty chocolate malt aroma. Creamy roasty flavor with caramel malts. Some lagar like characteristics. MrDick (381) - San Francisco, California, USA - JAN 3, 2005
Somebody needs to notify the brewer in Belize that this ain’t a stout. Maybe a bock, but definitely too light to be a stout. But given that this is one of the only stouts you can find in Belize (others are Dragon Stout and Tennets) and it’s usually pretty hot in Belize, this isn’t too bad. And it’s much better than the normal Belikin. Which isn’t saying too much. Light malt flavor with some molasses syrup and coffee. I’ll bump it up a notch just cuz I had such an amazing vacation in Belize while drinking this stout. obisbeer (568) - Barcelona, SPAIN - NOV 21, 2004
Deep amber brown with off white head. Nose is light with cherry and molasses with some roasted notes. Rich flavor with a nice balance of sweet and sour. Great Beer!