baraciisch (3536) - California, USA - MAR 10, 2018
Dark black pour... Aroma of dark chocolate, vanilla, bourbon, coffee... Flavor is dark chocolate, coffee, bourbon throughout, some hints of vanilla... not overly complex, fairly simple straightforward BA stout... Tasty but not overly exciting
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone rami_pl (5185) - Warszawa, POLAND - JAN 28, 2018
UPDATED: FEB 12, 2018 Rami Rami is drinking a Ground State (2017) by Bottle Logic Brewing at Plac Zabaw Na Anielewicza
Pieona, waniliowo-kokosowo,bombonierokowa paleta, sporo slodyczy, gladkie, intensywne, od pytonga owocowej kawy. Syropu troszke. Czadczlowiekmotyka (651) - Warsaw, POLAND - JAN 28, 2018
Rami Rami is drinking a Ground State (2017) by Bottle Logic Brewing at Wita Stwosza
oba razy 4.5
This a brew for people who are obsessed with coffee. Tons of it (not sour type but beautiful roast). Quite boozy but in a noble way. Full body. Awesome pjotrapostou (430) - POLAND - JAN 27, 2018
Dużo gorzkiej, mocno palonej kawy. Lekko słodycz, mocno drewniany posmak. W tle czekolada. Intensywne, ale zbalansowane. drfabulous (9107) - Lexington, Kentucky, USA - DEC 23, 2017
Bottle shared at Aaron's. Dark chocolate taste and color with some coffee and maple notes.
Garrold (6013) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire, ENGLAND - NOV 26, 2017
Bottle, courtesy of Connor. Shared at Cloudwater. Cheers pal! Nearly black. Ring of tan head. Nose has melted chocolate. Vanilla pod. Fudge. Milky coffee. Some barrel character. Taste is sweet and chocolatey. Some woody bitterness. Mouthfeel is rich and smooth. Drinks silly easy at the ABV. Silky chocolate and coffee to finish. Very nice. bytemesis (9720) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - NOV 8, 2017
Bottle, shared at tasting. Pours opaque black, very small beige head, dissipates quickly, some lacing. Aroma is cocoa, bourbon, vanilla, maple, mocha. Flavor is fully sweet and light plus bitter. Medium body. Good. dzudohonor (368) - POLAND - SEP 29, 2017
backlog PAKK 2017 - Cudowna kawa - lepsza niż w Morning Delight, śliwka kalifornijska w likierze na granicy wyczuwalnosci, ponownie jak w poprzednikach BL fantastyczna i gładka mleczna czekolada, burbonowa beczka doskonale uzupełnia profil tego piwa. Do śniadania każdego dnia - Cudo! BlazerT (1369) - Sosnowiec, POLAND - AUG 30, 2017
UPDATED: JAN 2, 2018 Bottle. Pitch black with light to moderate, light brown, semi-densed head. Moderate head retention and poor lacing. Aroma is full of chocolate, full of cocoalight to moderate maple syrup notes (slightly raw), barrel notes and on moderate level, not really aggressive, neither boozy. Taste is heavy sweet all time long, slightly bitter in the end. Body is rather medium, carbonation is soft, texture is oily, finish is slightly boozy and warming. After warming up the maple syrup and cocoa notes are more intense and dominate among all aromas. In overall great stout from BL, but not the best from them I’ve drunken so far. Not even the best, comparing to other "maple syrup stouts" IMO Cycle Thursday’17 is better. Still great brew. ClarkVV (7099) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - AUG 30, 2017
2017 bottle shared by AdamC on 7/7/17.
Inky/oilly, pitch black, undetermined clarity, assumedly opaque.
Smells very rich and intense and quite good. There’s a ton of moderately fudgey caramel-chocolate up front, with vanilla filling out the edges, but it transitions quickly to more dry bourbon notes and finally plentiful acidity from the coffee and dark malts. Really enjoyable cherry-vanilla-like character created from the mix of the barrel/bourbon and base malt with no overdone coffee, toasted oak or even alcohol. Surprising, given how young it is.
Slick, with intense vanilla and strong cherry and fudge flavors. Huge amounts of base malt provide a very malty, soft texture with low but engaging carbonation keeping it buoyant. The oak and/or bourbon provides a lot of coconut but there’s enough malt to soak it up and it doesn’t seem to dominate. With warming, more cherry, moderate tar and long toffee notes emerge to add complexity and dry the beer out slightly, in concert with roasted acidity. The very spritzy, tight carbonation, barrel tannin and acidity here provide enough balance and the beer shows enough attenuation to prevent it from coming off syrupy, even despite the massive amount of malt/sugar in here. Long, long, complex, lingering flavors of bourbon, fruit and coffee. Alcohol pretty well-concealed underneath all of the malt. Very pleasant surprise to find this not a syrup/fudge/bourbon bomb. Reminds me a lot of Cycle.