Aurelius (5682) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - MAR 14, 2005
Rootbeer brown. Creamy crosote, sweetish with a hazelnut and chocolate trail. Nice weight for New Orleans. Long roast bitter finish. Some sulphur in the backwash. hopscotch (11485) - Vero Beach, Florida, USA - FEB 28, 2005
Draft... Clear, mahogany lager with a large, frothy, off-white head. Good retention and ink-blot lacing. The nose is fairly nondescript, but holds some very light notes of chocolate. The flavor is well-bittered. Astringent with lively carbonation. Short, crisp, clean finish. Leaves the mouth bone-dry. AcctError6435 (119) - Prairieville, Louisiana, USA - FEB 16, 2005
This is a good beer, but it gets a slightly lower ranking because I don’t think it quite fits the style of a true dunkel. It is not over hopped, a good thing, but the use of chacolate malt is a little over powering for this style. Solid beer, good for drinking at the end of a meal, dry enough for oysters, but solid beer. Jeppe (2634) - Brooklyn, Alabama, USA - AUG 18, 2004
Draught at Crescent City Brewery, New Orleans.clutchrogers (90) - Broussard, Louisiana, USA - JUN 23, 2004
Dark brown beer with a small tan head. Full aroma of roasted malt and coffee. Same in the flavor with some hops also. Nice and tasty.
a growler from the pub. pours black with a nice tan head thatingers for a bit. roast malt and chocolate aromas. chocolate and roast malt flavors. little hop bitterness butthe bitterness from the roast malt suffices for balance. full flavored but rather dull for a darker beer. dry enough for raw oysters at Cresent city but not exceptional.
Mads Langtved (2240) - Copenhagen K, DENMARK - JUN 21, 2004
Pretty close to Rød Tuborg. I was almost crying when I consumed this one. It was like the good old days in Denmark. NIce balance between the malt and the hops. Nice and bitter and sweet. Great beer. irishsnake (355) - Oakland, California, USA - JUN 7, 2004
a very dark lager indeed-almost guiness color. aroma primarily of black malt. flavor is very dry, and over-balanced to the roasted notes. it does serve as a good food beer. TerryB (8) - Calais, Vermont, USA - JAN 4, 2004 does not count
NIce, dark lager. Very light on hops, high in malt as the style dictates. Will visit again should I ever go back to NOLA. boto (2293) - Granby, Connecticut, USA - NOV 9, 2003
Draught: This was a brown color with hints of red to it. The beer was fairly clear. The nose was pretty much devoid of hops. There was a hint of roastiness, as well as a malt sweetness to the nose. The beer itself was closer to a medium body than a full. Probably a result of the fact that it never gets too cold down in "Nawlins". Some hints of chocolate and roastiness to the taste. Mostly a sweet, malt taste with little or no hops. Andrew196 (2050) - Katy, Texas, USA - AUG 17, 2003
According to the description of this beer on that annoying sampler tray sheet, this beer is of the "mohogany" style. Wow, I think this is the first "mohogany" beer I've ever had. Not a bad beer, it had a nice creamy mouthfeel to it, just not enough boldness in the flavors, just watery chocolate and caramel, just plain boring.