77ships (10770) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - DEC 7, 2012
Brewdog brew nr. 25. Slightly over 1/3 of a pint @ Brewdog Camden. Black but not really dark black with a mocha head. Smell is pure creamy coffe, very creamy, sweet espresso, tad chocolate, milk chocolate, incredible. Taste is same sweet super creamy espresso blended with very creamy coffee, heavy milk chocolate, light sweet dark fruits and toffee, mainly just oodles of sweet coffee and absolutely nothing else, incredible. Soft creamy coffee mouthfeel. szekizsoke (5) - Budapest, - MAY 9, 2014 does not count
Egyszer ittam ilyet, ajándékba kaptam és azóta még akajok :) Ha valaki ismerős olvassa ezt, hajrá. Viccet félretéve nagyon karakteres ízvilág, gyönyörű szín és hab és lenyűgöző utóíz. A tökéletes sör ;) jumbosbeer (2) - SCOTLAND - JUN 23, 2013 does not count
Fantastic beer. Impossible to fault. Rich and toasty with lots of depth, the best Brewdog I’ve tasted. Beautifully balanced and despite it’s strength, very drinkable. C’mon Brewdog, bring it back! Leighton (22021) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - NOV 25, 2012
Keg at BrewDog Camden, London. Pours black with a staunch, brown cream head. Lots of espresso and dark chocolate in the nose, hints of dark fruits, raisins. Big sweet flavor but not at all cloying. Deep and rich, lots of chocolate cake, espresso, gooey fudge. Yeah, wow, this is delicious. Full bodied with fine to average carbonation. Lightly warming finish with more chocolate cake, brownies, dark bread, earth, roasted malts, further espresso. Incredible balance. There’s just enough charred wood and earthy bitterness in here to offset the strong chocolate character. Superb. madmitch76 (25286) - , Essex, ENGLAND - DEC 2, 2012
26th November 2012
laiti (8507) - Tampere, FINLAND - NOV 25, 2012
Brewdog Shoreditch. Slightly oily looking black - brown beer. Rich brown head of a good size. Smooth palate, super smooth with very fine carbonation. Light and airy. All right then - this is a good one! Smooth dark chocolate, creamy, followed by a touch of sweet milk chocolate. Subtle dark fruits on the back of the tongue and then the coffee comes forward. The coffee is rich but mellow and seamlessly integrated. Finishes light and airy with more chocolate cream and a trace of orange hop. A belter! So good I had another!
Draugh @ Brewdog Bar, Camden as "Choc+coffee Stout"teorn88 (7687) - Rimini, ITALY - NOV 25, 2012
Aroma has cocoa, vanilla and some mocha. Flavour has mocha, licorice, some cocoa and hints of vanila. Hoppy finish with lingering hops. Rich and nice, but perhaps too stuffy, sticky or sweet. Go figure.
On tap at Brewdog Camden. It poures an almost black colour with a minimal tanned head. Foam dissipates quickly. Aroma is bold and roasty, with loads of espresso and cocoa. Taste is bitter sweet with some chocolate like sweetnes to blend perfectly with roasted malts and espresso bitterness. Body is full with good carbonation. Overall, seriously good RIS. RichTheVillan (8110) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - DEC 12, 2012
Keg at BrewDog Birmingham soft launch 11 Dec 2012; Dark black pour with luxuriant tan head, rich sweet coffee aroma, tasty espresso with smooth milk chocolate, and the flavours really opened up as it warmed. Great stout. DruncanVeasey (8260) - Nr NUNEATON, Warwickshire, ENGLAND - DEC 13, 2012
Keg, BrewDog Brum, 12/12/12. Tar levelled with a collar the colour of..who knows what? It collapses fast- that’s keg for you. As dark a head as I’ve ever seen on a beer. Bonfire, chipotle, burnt apple aroma. Slick, roasted, fruitier but less complex than Mikkeller; lingers like burnt pepper and aubergine shaved with Lindt. Sprinkles of soy. Fine, mellow, complicated sipper true to the essence of stoutiness: roast and drinkability. Slightly immense. stravale (3088) - Co. Westmeath, IRELAND - NOV 27, 2012
Cask @ Brewdog Aberdeem 261112
Pitch black, dirty brown rich tan head, some good lacing then dissipates
Aroma - roasted malts, dark malts, light smoky, plain chocolate
Taste - rich dark malts, rich deep dark chocolate, soft coffee roast - not too much coffee which is good here, lots of rich chocolate malt, great flavour, quite complex, alcohol pretty well hidden, has a touch of yeti about it and there’s the base paradox flavour in there. It’s great.
Palate - soft carb, full body, smooth rich texture. Finish - some slight dryness but there is rich dark plain chocolate roast, rich and mouth coating, great linger of deep dark malts, rich chocolate roast malts with soft coffee. The linger it leaves is superb.
Overall - This is one of Brewdog’s best beers with an excellent finish. Get it bottled!