RichTheVillan (8160) - Birmingham, West Midlands, ENGLAND - JAN 18, 2014
Keg Growler Fill from Cotteridge Wines; cloudy dark brown pour with a smooth off white head, pine hop aroma, taste is a quite well balanced piney hop and rich dark coffee combo along with some dark fruits, bitter finish. Theydon_Bois (20499) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - MAY 17, 2013
Tap at the Old Coffee House, 16/05/13.
Lightly hazed golden with a good sized white head that retains well.
Nose is hops, pine, grapefruit, biscuit, caramel.
Taste comprises caramel, hops, light booze, orange, grapefruit, subtle coffee backnotes that blend in well with the other flavours.
Medium bodied with fine carbonation, bittersweet finish.
Good stuff. BlackHaddock (7592) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - MAR 17, 2013
Keg: half-pint in Brodies King William 1V on 16 Feb 2013.
As the name suggests this is a coffee ladened brew.
Colour is an orangey gold: head was white, thought the beer might pour looking coffeeish, but it didn’t.
The coffee does however take over the smell and taste, with the Chinook hops only taking a bit part in the proceedings. The body was waxy and creamy: being a coffee fan this was most enjoyable and the alcohol content was nicely hidden within the flavours. 77ships (10844) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - DEC 9, 2012
1/2 Pint Keg @ King William IV. Bright golden, orange with stunning lacing, white head. Nose is sweet full roast blended with creamy USA hops, citrus, pine, fruity, tad exotic. Taste is sweet roast, coffee with some more bitter grainy coffee roast going into exotic fruits, oranges, pine, mellon, very sweet creamy, almost jam, bitter pine in the back. Very creamy body, outstanding. imdownthepub (15161) - Banbury, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - NOV 21, 2012
Cask conditioned at The King William IV, Leyton, London. Cloudy gold with white head. Particularly confusing beer, the citrus notes are there from the Chinook hops but also a vanilla and coffee intrusion. A Jeckyll & Hyde beer and I am not really sure, but at this ABV how can you be?
fonefan (50751) - VestJylland, DENMARK - NOV 20, 2012
RichardW (1813) - Carlisle, Cumbria, ENGLAND - SEP 29, 2012
Draught @ King William IV, 816 High Road, Leyton, London, England E10 6AE.
Clear medium orange colour with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, coffee, moderate hoppy, citrus, pine, orange - citrus. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and bitter with a long duration, hoppy, light dusty coffee, light coffee funnel. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Tap, Cumberland Byker. Pours a flat hazy orange. Bitter Coffee immediately obvious at a complete contrast with the tangy fruit. Complex intriguing beer, one to try and not rush. CraftBeerNick (2738) - London Town, Greater London, ENGLAND - AUG 31, 2012
Keg at PSBH, 30th August 2012. Too much coffee alround, this for me is a novelty style of beer, small glass as a taste was plenty oh6gdx (26485) - Vasa, FINLAND - AUG 17, 2012
[email protected]cgarvieuk (25742) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - AUG 6, 2012
William IV, London. Golden colour, small white head. Aroma is coffee, citrus, some fruits, sweet malts, mild catpissy hops as well as some wooden notes. Flavour is coffee ,fruits, wood, herbs and some mild floral not. A bit too much coffee in the aroma, but flavour is kind of ok.
keg at king william ... light hazy amber ... thin white head ..soft coffee light floral hop ... deep rich coffee front ... soft floral hop ... juicy hoppy and light with nice coffee linger