mansquito (7507) - Nueva York, New York, USA - APR 19, 2018
Beer Table To Go: pours dark brown with beige head. Molasses, light spice, hints of juniper. Quite fragrant when you first open it. Taste is somewhat sweet, fruity sweet, I should note. There is some bitterness. Some berries. Pretty drinkable. Interesting with each sip. Bacchus66 (1207) - South Carolina, USA - MAR 1, 2018
Tap, Hive. Thin tan head with good lacing. Coffee, sweet malt, cocoa. Creamy texture with a certain lift, I suppose due to the juniper. It doesn't seem to add upfront flavor components, but adds crispness and late bite to the finish. Nice. Cybercat (6581) - Georgia, USA - FEB 3, 2018
Taps opaque coffee with a good tan head. Aroma delivers roast malt, quality coffee, and a hint of molasses. Flavor offers roast malt, quality coffee, a bit of molasses and a bit of licorice. Mouthfeel presents fairly firm body and lively fizz. Hammered out well. DialSquare (5231) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - JAN 6, 2018
Tallboy can from Craft Beer Cellar in Hickory NC: blackish pour, thin kahki ring. aroma of coffee, cocoa and herbal. tastes are chocolate, bittersweet, bit ashy licorice, faint berry and floral. water-like palate. ironcontra (507) - ATL, Georgia, USA - DEC 13, 2017
lightbodied, kind of milkshakey, despite the advertises juniper fairly one-d and too sweet for me. ironcontra: "just ok"
oobawa (2017) - Tennessee, USA - DEC 11, 2017
Pretty darn delicious porter, heavy with dark chocolate and roasted malts, the sweetness offset by a nuanced but firm herbal bite from the juniper. Starts with a vein of bittersweet cocoa, coffee, and anise, then gains a piney hop backbone accented by tingly, brisk juniper. Finishes mocha-laced and dry with a smoky, fresh bitterness lasting deep into the fade. Pours an ugly dark brown lacking a much of a head of lacing. Aroma's full of chocolate and heavily roasted malts. Texture is oily and thick great for a hearty lager. Very, very good pint.