onystrom (1333) - Magellan Hunter! - Skanderborg, - MAY 9, 2010BelgBeerGeek (1308) - Antwerp, BELGIUM - FEB 29, 2016
Copenhagen BeerFestival 2010.
Tap. Pitch dark black colour with okay head, Lots of sweet licorice. Pretty nice indeed.
Vintage bottle , big thanks to Dennoman for the epic FULL 18CL VINTAGE BOTTLE TASTING :D , Thanks again my friend ! Alengrin (5255) - BELGIUM - SEP 9, 2014
Aroma: peated, malts, some chocolats going on, maybe a bit thin but hey this bottle is ± 6 years old
Taste : Lovely mouthfeel, incredible balance and a very nice peaty flavour that doesn’t overpower anything, alcohol well hidden, shit i could drink this every day !
A kind of smoked porter with thick beige head and very dark chestnut colour bordering on black. Indeed a lot of peat in the aroma, as well as coffee grounds, ashes, candied dates, bitter chocolate, leather, tobacco. Caramel sweetishness in the taste but faintly so, as a strong, almost acerb smokiness dominates along with a sourish accent and a powerful roasted bitterness in the end. Dry, demanding and a bit bizarre, but interesting. Ughsmash (7508) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - AUG 18, 2012
Nip bottle, bottled 2/3/10, 1 of 96. Poured near black with a short-ish lived smoked tan head. The aroma opened with well-smoked oysters (more the salinity than anything else), peat, and molasses, with soy and ashy notes also making an appearance.. warm whiskey and oak undertones.. by all means a big beer, and none of the alcohol felt out of place. The flavor opened tangy with very smokey whiskey and charred oak barrel.. warm middle with aged molasses, soy, and mocha notes.. salty finish with more smoked malts, tangy whiskey, and full-belly warmth. Heavy-bodied and almost syrupy on the palate with low carbonation.. mightily-smoked, but it held its balance surprisingly well.. loved it! JAXSON (604) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 29, 2012
Bottle into a snifter. Pours a fairly thick black with a thin, rich lace of mocha foam and cobwebs over the surface. Beautiful look. Nose is charred, ashy, some unsweetened dark chocolate, definite peat, almost umami character. Total peat bomb in the mouth, upfront it’s all really dry, almost seaweed like, throughout becomes a bit hot from the bourbon barrel. Pretty nice integration, and the feel is good but it’s a bit intense and weird at times. Seaweed is the best descriptor based in the food world. Interesting! Meilby (11366) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - JAN 7, 2012
Bottle 180ml @ gunnfryd
Geokkjer (7627) - Kristiansand, NORWAY - JAN 7, 2012
Pours black with a off-white head. Aroma has notes of roasted malt, peat and chocolate. Taste is medium sweet and light bitter. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft.
Bottle.Pours black with a tiny beige head. Aroma of peat, smoke, ash and roasted malt. Flavor is sweet and malty with some tobacco, ash, smoke, caramel and roasted malt.Medium body, soft carbonation. TheAlum (7164) - Aurora, Illinois, USA - NOV 4, 2011
Small bottle shared by Kan. Epic, thank you! Pours a rich murky blackish brown hue, ruby brown edges show glow and light, though dark. A loose brownish head dies to a small filmy ring, laces ok. Aromas are rich smoke, oak and peat mix with touches of cherrywood, ash, and meat. A touch of alcohol on the nose mixes with roast and toast, some cocoa, more smokey essence. Initial is medium bodied, preaching some cocoa and toast up front, touches of spice and ash. Middle moves into a wave of meaty smoke, wood, and peat. Touches of hot whiskey, some vanilla, spice, some light black pepper on the back of thr throat. Some crisp toffee, toast, and roast. Dark chocolate, some light coffee. Cherrywood, more peat, Islay scotch with smoke and spice. A bit thinned out, moving into ashes, carmelized malts, some pretzel, dryness and oak into the finish, some gentle heat really lingers on in the finish. Very nice, very complex with the smoke and Scotch. Some toast, oak, spice, and earthy smoke and roast. Very nice beer, very interesting. Some lingering spirit provides some nice heat that doesn’t overrun. pantanap (3366) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - NOV 3, 2011
Short little nip bottle. Thanks to jeppe for bringing this one over from across the pond... Pours a barely transparent deeper reddish dark brown shaded hue with a thin wispy light beige head... Aroma is inky with iodine and burnt smokiness to go alongside lighter notes of wood and booziness. Pretty aggressive on the iodine, peatiness from the islay but still nice in general... Flavors smoothens out and no as whiskey-forward as what the nose suggests. Deeper caramel, smoke, and wood, mildly sweet with a fair amount of booze at first. Finishes with a fair touch af ash and light acrid bitterness. Smooth body and low to medium level of carbonation. Splitting this smallbottle was just enough for me but I probably could have enjoyed it all to myself as well. Solid. fiulijn (20427) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - SEP 6, 2011
Draught at København Ølfestival 2010Koelschtrinker (20229) - Köln (Cologne), GERMANY - MAY 29, 2011
They promise peaty, and it’s peaty!
Deep black color with beige head. Lovely smoked aroma, with chocolate, paper, some burnt wood. Medium body strength. Very good chocolate flavor, delicate peaty character. Balanced final, with light warmth from the alcohol.
Sehr starker Malzbeginn mit karamelligen, tief torfigen Aromen, die sich auf eine breite Schokoladigkeit zubewegen. Diese verdichtet sich nicht mehr, befindet sich aber bereits zu Beginn auf hohem Niveau. Wie die meisten anderen De Molen Biere ist auch dieses trotz der Intensität erstaunlich weiß. Die Süße bleibt auf diesem guten Level und reicht genau aus, um das Bier zusätzlich süffig zu machen. Suchtfaktor! 14/14/13/14//14