TimE (6273) - Tokyo, JAPAN - JUN 16, 2009
Damn. A co-ink-y-dink. Cappa is right below me and I just had this tonight. Very subtle brew compared to my of the Paradoxes. A sharpness, due to the alcohol hits the back of the throat at the beginning. Some whisky notes, but very subtle, mainly the beer is focused around the roasted malts, chocolate factor. A Ripetide with a bit more umphh. Dangerously drinkable at 10%. Capa (3624) - DC, Washington DC, USA - JUN 14, 2009
Dark with virtually no head. Dark fruits, molasses, peaty, light bacon, cherries, and very light roasted malts. smooth, full bodied. Flavor is much like the aroma with the dark fruits and molasses coming on strongest. Also has some light smoke, bourbon, and light roasted malts. Finish has a bitter burnt flavor. Nice. Snojerk321 (2984) - San Diego, California, USA - JUN 14, 2009
Cask at Pizza Port Real Ale fest 2009. Pours black with a small bubbly tan head. Nose of black cherries, oak and strong peat. Flavor was also very big on peat moss and scotch, quite boozy on the finish. JohnnyJ (5569) - San Diego, California, USA - JUN 13, 2009
Pours a reddish dark borwn, thin tan head. Roasted malt, light smoke, bourbon, oak, vanilla, dark fruit, cocoa. Slightly earthy. A decent barrel aged imp stout. barncatmatt (2355) - Cambridge, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 12, 2009
330 ml bottle from a kw group private order. pours thin reddish black with a short lived tan head. aroma; roasted malt, whisky, wood, smoke, alcohol. the flavour starts quite harsh but then the complex waves kick in. it really is a treat after you let it open up. i enjoyed mine the most right at the end of my glass ~2hrs after popping it. an interesting brew.
michael-pollack (4959) - King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 6, 2009
330ml Bottle: Aroma of wood, whiskey, roasted malts, caramel, smoke, slight peat, tar, and dark ripe fruit. Poured very dark brown/mahogany/ruby in color with a tiny, off-white head that lasted around the edges. Clear. Not sparkling. Flavor is lightly sweet. Tasted of roasted malts, slight coffee, slight peat, slight tar, slight smoke, oak, slight vanilla, and slight chocolate. Medium body. Thin, oily texture becomes a tad chalky. Soft carbonation. Roasted malt, slight vanilla, slight chocolate, and oak finish is thin but a little chalky. 10%ABV is unnoticeable. RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - JUN 1, 2009
Bottle, Rehills, Newcastle. 100th rating, so I thought I’d pick something a bit special. An intense medicinal and peaty smell and taste hits you in the nose and throat immediately. Thin, bubbled head, almost pale brown in colour. Mellowness creeps in after a couple of sips and rich, ripe fruit becomes apparent. The astringent whisky flavour becomes evident and compliments the beer superbly. A bit more warmth in the glass sees the whisky’s oiliness make itself known. Sat in the garden, at the end of a rare perfect UK summer’s day, with the first of the evening’s cool breezes starting and this works an absolute treat. Sammy (12995) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 31, 2009
Bottle, thanks to boutip. Pours black, modest white head. Fragrance is mollasses, coffee, chocolate, and whiskey. Taste is restrained whiskey and wood, even though expirey more than a year off. Smooth drinkability, above average thick body. A decent, though not outstanding IS. GreatLibations (1854) - Last Supper, Arizona, USA - MAY 26, 2009
Pours like liquid charcoal with a fastly fleeting head. Decent lacing. Smells like chocolate pudding. Medium nectar with mild carbonation. Big chocolaty malt backbone with defined spirit essence. Just moderately sweet with a long finish. A good sippin’ brew with balanced warming alcohol. daknole (11048) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - MAY 25, 2009
Bottle from cgarvieuk. Thanks! Black pour, hardly any head. This is the roastiest of the brewdogs that I have had. There is a bit of peat on the nose along wtih some chocolate too. Flavor is roasty and has chocolate and some peat. pretty good, but not my favorite from Brewdog.