rlgk (18843) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - APR 24, 2011
Draught at BA Avenyn, Göteborg. Black beer with a small head. Cocoa and chocolate flavor, licorice and viol. Sweet chocolate flavor, cocoa, tar notes, licorice and viol. Sweet, sourish finish. gnoff (11234) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 30, 2011
Draught at Bishops Järntorget, Göteborg. On March 29, 2011LoFi (1763) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - MAR 13, 2011
Black color, light brown head with hints of yellow. Sweet, buttery, fruity, candy, berry scent. Sweet, some smoke, a bit acidic, coffee taste. Dry coffee aftertaste. Smooth mouthfeel, medium bitterness.
I can for sure imagine many caliming this beer to be too sweet, it almost is even for sweetheads such as me. Still nice though, but perhaps a small one is enough at the moment.
Draught. Black with a cappucino to light brown head leaving some lacing. Aroma: cream, coffee, licorice, fruit, alcohol. Taste: lots of coffee, espresso, coffee grounds, licorice and some rubber, some fruit, medium bitterness with a touch of grapefruit. There is something else here I can almost place, but what? Very nice mouthfeel, full and creamy, almost oily, perhaps with some graininess. Liked this one. oh6gdx (26485) - Vasa, FINLAND - MAR 7, 2011
[email protected]ante (3373) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - FEB 21, 2011
Arms Vasagatan, Stockholm. Quite much pitch black colour, small beigeish brown head. Aroma is liquorice, coffee, rather bitter and glueish notes along with some mild toasted notes. Flavour is brutal roasted malts, sour black strong coffee as well as rather bitter and dark fruity. Quite balanced, but a bit harsh with the bitter hoppyness clashing with the rest.
Draught at Bishops Arms Folkungagatan, Stockholm. Pours out in an opaque black colour with a big frothy tan-coloured head. Rich straightforward aroma of roasted malts, coffee beans, flowers and pine. Medium-bodied with bittersweet notes of chocolate, sweet coffee, figs, sultan raisins, roasted malts and black currant. Long medium-bitter finish of sweet licorice, coffee, black currant and roasted malts. Quite sticky mouthfeel.
omhper (26060) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - FEB 9, 2011
Draught at Bishop’s Arms Folkungagatan, Stockholm. Very black, small beige head. Aroma of salty fake leather. Dry, yet fruity, astringent with clean, rounded mouthfeel and fairly light body. Plastic and phenolic, heavily salty. Sharp finish with some inky bitterness. Not good at all. fonefan (53055) - VestJylland, DENMARK - JAN 30, 2011
Marsiblursi (3083) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - DEC 26, 2010
Draught @ Lord Nelson, Hyskenstraede 9, 1207 Copenhagen, Denmark.
Clear dark dark brown color with a small, fizzy, fair lacing, fully diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate to heavy malty, roasted, chocolate, dusty malt, dark berries, dark raisin, soy sauce. Flavor is moderate to heavy sweet and bitter with a long duration, cold coffee, bitter chocolate, dark berry, raisin acidic, wood, soy sauce. Body is medium, texture is oily and sticky, carbonation is flat. 
(Draught) Pours black with creamy brown head. The aroma is roasted with obvious coffee notes, still quite subtle. Chocolate, dark dried berries, liquorice, hops and clear yeast tones in the undertones. Nice nose but maybe a bit too much yeast. The flavour is light sweet, light to medium bitter and light acidic. Tones of coffee, dark chocolate, berries/fruits, resin, liquorice, light vanilla, grapefruit and tar-ish roast. The mouthfeel is rather fat, light sticky and soft with medium carbonation. Yeasty and hoppy finish with a whisper of coffee. Medium bodied. Nice but too yeasty. kschep (1707) - DENMARK - DEC 22, 2010
Nose is somewhat soapy, raisin, acidic espresso, feel is mediumbroad, carb is medium, taste is weak port, then a whiff of leaves and finally heavy dark chocolate faroeviking (11397) - Chupando chellas es como ellas, FAROE ISLANDS - DEC 20, 2010
De barril. Black colour, medium beige head, bit short lasting. Aroma of coffee with dark fruits and roasty malt, soft. Good mouthfeel. Roasty malt, coffee and dark fruits in the flavour along with some chocolate and a pleasant bitterness. Hides the alc. well.