Skinnyviking (9674) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - APR 30, 2017
Bottle. Low fluffy light brown head. Pitch black body. Coffee liquorice wineous aroma. Mildly smoked liquoricy liquorice coffee flavor, creamy and smooth. Low carbonation and a long finish. Hints of wood. varanid99 (1317) - AUSTRALIA - NOV 29, 2014
Jet black pour with a thick brown head. Slight coffee, chocolate aromas and treacle, burnt toffee. Taste is thick, treacle, cocoa, oily feel. It’s good. Jmar33 (210) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - MAY 31, 2014
Bottle. It says it’s a product of Namibia on the bottle, but brewed in South Africa on this site, which is odd. Regardless of where it’s come from it’s a mighty fine beer, worth buying if you happen to find it. I’d even go out on a limb and say it’s the best beer I’ve ever tried from Namibia! MRMedellin (323) - Bogota, COLOMBIA - MAR 11, 2014
Brown dark beer, small brown and stable head. The aroma has earthy, cheese, grass, nuts and roasty notes. It has a full body, the flavor is strong, full of caramel and coffee notes and at the end a strong bitterness overcome. Enjoyable beer.
Actually I didn’t understand why if in the label says is a product of Namibia, I didn’t get the mark on my map. Well I guess is because Bierwerk is a South African brand, but in their internet page they didn’t even mention it. ColaKid (82) - AUSTRALIA - FEB 15, 2014
Saw this obscure African beauty on the beer list at the Vue Grande in Queenscliff VIC and had to give it a crack. Great stout from the boys in Namibia, keep it up! It’s better than the more more watery Ethiopean pale lagers we get out here. A rare gem and worth trying for sheer rarity. Nice!
Palme (4817) - Bergen, NORWAY - DEC 9, 2013
0.33l bottle @ Gaasa. As good as pitch black in the glass this one. Totally impossible to see through it even if I’m holding it up against the light. The head is quite good looking, medium sized and light ashy brown in color. Smells really nice. It’s quite sweetness-present, almost a bit sticky at first perhaps. I get lots of rich dark smokiness with dark roasted malts, dark caramel, sweet chocolate and a little bit of tar and leather. Smells really nice. It’s really easy and lightdrinkable. Almost creamy oily in the mouth and it has a good oily mouthfeel. Lite of coffee blended with something smoky and chocolate, lactose (cause it has a clear sweetness), some soft grassy licorice traces and even a little bit of nuts here. Lingering black toasted malty flavors. It’s most definitely a tasty and delicious African Stout. 17.10.2013 mkel07 (6269) - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA - OCT 25, 2013
330ml bottle from Archive. Who would have thought that such good beer would come from Africa. Black with chocolate and malt aroma. Finishes long and a bit dry. AndySnow (8013) - Huddinge, SWEDEN - OCT 21, 2013
How: Bottle.Beer5000 (6678) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - SEP 15, 2013
Where: SBWF 2013.
Appearance: Black colour with a small beige head.
Aroma: Sweet malt, dried fruit, coffee.
Body: Medium body, heavy carbonation.
Flavour: Sweet, red wine, berries, dried fruits.
330 ml bottle @ Cardinal. Pitch black body with a rather fast disappearing beige head. Really nice, strong aroma of dark malt, moderate roasted, liquorice and a hint of dark fruit. Flavor is quite sweet, dark malt, moderate roasted, coffee, dark chocolate some molasses and some bitterness. Fine and well balanced body, long and sweet dark malt aftertaste. Nice, tasty and smooth, a bit too sweet by the end of the bottle, still a great stout. sinkas (293) - Perth/Fremantle, AUSTRALIA - AUG 24, 2013
Bottle wine store east fremantle
Nice eaethy molasses flavours with coffee and other stouty stuff