Pawola22 (3262) - Woodridge, Illinois, USA - NOV 13, 2010
750ml bottle shared with FlssmrBrewAlum, thanks Adam! #87/204. Pours a mostly black body with a big, two finger-width, dense and frothy, dark brown head that dissipates slowly and leaves lots of pretty lacing. Aroma is initially tart and somewhat acidic with lots of dark cocoas and a light roast. Plenty of dark fruits, toffee, some grainy bread, a hint of leather, and some wood. Flavor is solid. Very roasty with toffee, caramel, grain, dark bittersweet cocoas, and a moderate tartness. More dark fruits, vanilla, ashes, a light alcohol, and wood. Finishes dry and warm with lots of roast, a moderate bitterness, and a light tartness before leaving a lengthy aftertaste. Medium, creamy body with a higher, lively carbonation. Overall, a really nice beer. Lots of roast and just enough sweetness on the flavor along with a light tartness that never gets excessive. I enjoyed this one. Slayer85 (1051) - Firenze, ITALY - NOV 12, 2010
750 ml bottle (15/204), courtesy of Bryan. A nearly black beer with a huge, frothy, rocky, mostly lasting light brown head. The aroma is moderately malty, with notes of roasted grains, caramel, bourbon, cherries, berries, smoke and alcohoi, with a hint of chocolate. The flavour is moderately to heavily sweet, lightly to moderately sour, lightly bitter. Medium to full body, smooth/creamy texture, soft/lively carbonation, long finish with medium bitterness, moderately alcoholic. This is such a strange beer, I don’t know if the sourness is intentional, but it works well. Not overly alcoholic or sweet. Perhaps a bit of a mess, but complex in its way and tasty. So another great stuff from Cigar City. fonefan (51092) - VestJylland, DENMARK - NOV 9, 2010
DarkBeerChick (155) - San Antonio, Texas, USA - NOV 9, 2010
Bottle 750ml. @ Halloween Tasting by cgarvieuk.
Clear dark dark red brown color with a large to huge, frothy to creamy, good lacing, mostly to fully lasting, light beige head. Aroma is light heavy malty, roasted, caramel, berry, barnyard, leather, fruity, sweet raisin, tart raisin. Flavor is light heavy sweet, light light tart - acidic and light heavy bitter with a long duration. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft to lively. Certainly this was not what the brewer did make and did put in the bottle. but for me it worked very well ;O) 
Bottle #109 of 204 courtesy of bottle share at Freetail La Muerta bottle release on 11/6. Pours a dark carmel color with a medium tan head and delicate lacing that lingers. Aroma is sweet molasses, raisin, candied dark fruit and tart berries. It’s smooth and creamy with a sweet yet tangy flavor. Fruity (mostly prunes) with slight alcohol. Excellent! deyholla (12270) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - NOV 7, 2010
Bottle shared by Adam, thanks! Poured near black with a chocolate dark brown head that dissipated slowly to the edges. Aroma had some roasted malts, smoke and spice with a slight sweet chocolate and grain note as well. Flavor starts with a bit of whiskey with a roasted malt base and some vanilla and sweet grains in the finish.
Bullit (4686) - Buffalo, New York, USA - NOV 2, 2010
Bottled, halloween tasting @ cgarvieuk. Dark brown colour, fluffy beige head. Aroma is sour fruits, malty, some barnyard. Flavour is sour, fruits, caramel malts, bit of chocolate. Medium carbonated. Sour finish. TheAlum (7164) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - NOV 2, 2010
750 ml bottle courtesy of aaskofficerfriendly. Greg really helped me out on this one. Pours a deep dark thicker black, roasty opaque with a huge cakey dark brown head that laces well and layers. Aromas are a rich dose of roasted malts, coffee, toffee and biscuits, the orange marmalade and echoes of faded hops from the Winter Warmer strike through with wet oak, vanilla tannins, and boozy spirit peeking through. Some raisin, dark fruit, sweetness clash with strong roast, coffee, dark chocolate. Initial mirrors the aromas, fuller bodied beer gives way to intermixing roast and sweetness, toffee and toast, orange marmalade, coffee and cocoa, raisins, dark fruit. Decent bitterness and citrusy feel, comes up through roasted malts, vanilla, dark fruit, whiskey like spirit and warming on the palate. Smooth and silky, a nice meshing of two different styles and two beers I loved on their own by CCB. Flavorful and complex, the roast and more lively citrusy orange, sweet and lightly bitter, and sweet toffee Old Ale plays very well. Finishes roasty and sweet, clinging to the palate. Really enjoyed this and feel the blend was spot on, meshing some largely different flavor profiles. Fin (10917) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - NOV 1, 2010
Bottle at Craigs big Edinburgh tasting, this bottle courtesy of ’Craig’, thanks mate. Shared in company of Craig, Stella, Jan, Charlotte, Fritz and Loz 30.10.10 Pours dark brown verging on black with a wonderful white creamy textured light beige head. Aroma I found to be a little funky almost with a touch of the Orval about it, not sure it’s meant to be like this, but nice anyway. Nice soft and smooth, creamy mouthfeel busy carbonation, some chocolate in the mouth, roasted malts and coffee, dark fruits, molassess and a nice warmth from the alcohol complete things here, great beer. A8 A4 T8 P4 Ov16 4.0 jcwattsrugger (12524) - Florida and, New Jersey, USA - NOV 1, 2010
Tampa Weekly Gathering @BT Brandon-thanks Ibrew2or3-on tap–pours a foamy light brown head to a retaining thin brown head that laces and dark brown with red color. Aroma is dark malt, dark fruit, wood-bourbon/ashy, some sharp boozy. Taste is dark malt-chocolate, dark fruit, wood-bourbon/ashy, some sharp boozy. Smooth. Soft carbonation. As it warms-licorice, earthy hops. cgarvieuk (25987) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 30, 2010
UPDATED: JAN 2, 2015 bottle at halloweeen tasting ... dark black ... huge foam brown head ... man huge funky barnyard nose ... sweet malt toffee malts ... juicy fruits ... little funky in body ... hint of wood ...little chocolate ...