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RATINGS: 790   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.89/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 390   ABV: 13%
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From the most unlikely yet intensely imaginative trio that is actor and uber-geek champion Wil Wheaton, alternative news website Fark.com creator Drew Curtis and Stone CEO/Co-founder Greg Koch, comes an imperial stout unlike any ever made. Brewed with rye, wheat malt and pecans and partially aged in Bourbon whiskey barrels, this viscous yet silken brew erupts with an oaky, nutty bouquet and rich flavors of vanilla, toast and bitter chocolate. Enjoy now or cellar this celebration of nth degree passion and geekery applied most gracefully to the craft of brewing and collaboration-Drew Curtis/Wil Wheaton/Greg Koch Stone Farking Wheaton w00tstout!

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4.2
swanmann (787) - Nompton, Oklahoma, USA - OCT 5, 2017
From the bomber: DARK chocolate brown with dark tan suds, elephant about an inch, settling after a couple minutes. Aromas of dark, syrupy fruit, espresso, whiskey, a touch of smoke, vanilla. It's sweet and syrupy, but not cloying (at least to me). Tastes of bittersweet chocolate, raisin, some pecan like bitterness, bourbon. YUMMY stout.

3.7
crajun (1284) - , Texas, USA - OCT 1, 2017
nice stout; ends a little sweeter than some - caramel, bourbon and ? nice aroma with vanilla in it. dark pour. thick palate; a little too sweet for me but good stout flavors throughout.

3.9
Bacchus66 (1208) - South Carolina, USA - SEP 25, 2017
Tap, ADT. Pours very dark brown, nearly black, with reddish edges and a frothy, tan head. Light coffee aroma, dark malt, bourbon and barrels. Full bodied, roasted warming finish. Overall a chewy, nutty, chocolaty Imperial Stout. Holds the 13% pretty well.

3.5
Sbreitman (8) - Lafayette, Colorado, USA - SEP 23, 2017 does not count
Nice dark black color. Light wheat and rye flavor up front gives way to hint of bourbon and maltiness. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

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pinkzambia (2124) - Boise, Idaho, USA - SEP 14, 2017
Bottle at Bottle share: Thick brown look and body. Mocha aroma. Sweet flavors of chocolate and berries. Worcheshire sauce in the finish.

3.3
jookos (7296) - FINLAND - SEP 13, 2017
[email protected] hki. Black. Roasted malty nose, heavy, condensed, some coffee there. Full bodied, quite smooth, intense. Very dark chocolate, coffee beans, dry dark syrupyness. All messed together. Not too drinkable, just massive.

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3.3
erikaraeb (326) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 12, 2017
Strong smell of pecans isn't reflected so much in the taste, which is pretty heavy on the alcohol alongside some molasses and caramel. Nevertheless, very warming and rich.

3.6
Quick3Beers (1659) - East Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA - SEP 10, 2017
Pours a black-brown from a bottle. Interesting molasses/pecan/rye bread aroma, similar flavor, rather sweet. Pretty good beer.

4.8
beern (258) - Alabama, USA - SEP 9, 2017
Pours jet black with a tan head with an aroma of malt and cocoa. Tastes of deep, rich, viscous chocolate, malt, cocoa with very mild bitterness of bourbon and booze. The finish is nutty coffee. It's silky and sticky and clearly full bodied with moderate carbonation. It starts slightly sweet and finishes dry with a hint of astringency. It's complex, somewhat unique, warming and very good.

4.4
Michaelwr80 (2) - - SEP 6, 2017 does not count
UPDATED: SEP 6, 2017 A kick to the face never tasted so good. Dark black color with dark brown head. Smells strong taste even stronger but surprisingly manageable. Make sure to drink very cold.


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