madsberg (11773) - Søborg, DENMARK - APR 27, 2003
UPDATED: MAY 3, 2003 Draught at the brewpub: Dark brown coloured. Has a huge light brown lasting head. Appearance is simply majestic. Malts and cocoa in the aroma. Notes of light hoppyness. The flavour is smooth and heavenly wellbalanced. There is a light touch of cocoa on the tongue and lips, thats just out of this world. Makes this beer highly drinkable. The beer finishes with a full mouthfeel and a tender kiss of bitterness. Try this if you can. It’s awesome. Gazza (726) - Worcester, Worcestershire, ENGLAND - MAR 24, 2004
Superb stuff. Almost black in colour with a large frothy head. The aroma is of coffee and toast and the taste includes chocolate, coffee, liquorice, burnt malt and finishes with a hint of sweetness and spice. Smooth, medium bodied and one of the finest dark lagers I've tried. (draught at the pub) cubs (10640) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - JUL 24, 2012
Tap @ brewery in Prague. Hazy dark brown appearance with a light brown head. Roasty nutty, espresso, toffee, dark chocolate aroma. Very nice! Fairly sweet, dark toffee, brown sugar, nutty flavor. Tasty stuff though if I had to nit pick, it was a bit thin. muffel (150) - Lower Saxony, GERMANY - JUN 5, 2011
On tap at the brewpub in Prague. Dark brown, almost black color with thick beige foamy head that stays for a while. Hardly any bitterness noticeable and very low carbonation. Very malty, some taste of bitter chocolate, roasted malt and coffee. Unfiltered beer, very drinkable. Liked it a lot. pilsnerrogge (2958) - Finspång, SWEDEN - SEP 5, 2005
(On tap at the brewpub) Dark brown with a dense head. Buttery toffee aroma. Roasty flavour with some sweetness, nice bitter aftertaste.
asheft (3089) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - APR 24, 2006
[on tap at brewpub]
Opaque dark reddish black with lasting, tan foam. Nice toasty malt aroma with well-balanced Saaz hops. Smooth toasty lager flavour with an ascertive but well balanced bitterness and hops flavour. Less sweet than other Tmavys I’ve tried. Light body, lingering bitterness that may be from the dark malt. brewzenol (2) - USA - OCT 9, 2006 does not count
I really enjoyed Pivovarsky Dum -- especially this beer. We weren’t in Prague long, but we managed to visit Pivovarsky Dum twice. Beerlando (3342) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JAN 27, 2012
Draft at Pivovarský Dum, summer 2011. The pour yields a very dark mahogany brown body with a thick, billowing head of khaki head froth. The dense foam is lasting, leaving behind pronounced, solid walls of lacing. Aromas are very chocolaty and bread, suggesting strongly of mocha, coffee, and wonderfully caramelized sugars. Dark, mildly sweet bread dough (think pumpernickel) is prominent, while roast lends an edge that rounds out the malty sugars. It smells very inviting, and the flavor follows through nicely. It tastes super chocolaty, almost like a creamy porter with less roast and more rounded sugars. Caramelized pumpernickel dough and toasted crust all ring through. Perfect balance. The palate is smooth, almost silken as is glides down the throat with ease. Damn good beer. This is probably the best dunked I’ve had to date. Fin (10608) - Merton, Oxfordshire, England, Oxfordshire, ENGLAND - MAR 28, 2006
31-12-04 from Pivovarsky Dum. One of my favourite bars I have made three visits to this place in the last couple of years or so, it’s excellent. Very dark beer with a large white head, lovely roasted flavours with some chocolate easy drinking and very smooth I can only criticise it for being just a bit to sweet, otherwise it’s a very good beer. henrikb (1263) - Aarhus, DENMARK - JUL 27, 2007
Very dark brown hazy body, light brown head, thick layer of laces; Warm malty nose, licorice malty aromas; Big carbonation in very fresh bitter body; Long finish with dark roasted malt aromas, bitter chocolaty sweet, balanced and pleasant.