Eagle Bay / Mane Liquor / Whipper Snapper Black Vanilla


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Brewed by Eagle Bay Brewing Company
Style: Imperial Stout
Dunsborough, Australia
Serve in Snifter

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RATINGS: 2   MEAN: 3.75/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.21/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 300   ABV: 10%
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First came Black & Tannin, then came Forest For The Trees. These two beers were the beginning of an annual Winter collaboration brew series which were all about catching up with mates and brewing something dark, delicious and barrel aged.
Enjoy the third release of our annual barrel aged brew “Black Vanilla”, a winter collaboration brew by Eagle Bay Brewing Co + Mane Liquor + Whipper Snapper Distillery + artist Kyle Hughes-Odgers.
A double barrel Imperial Stout brewed with coconut and vanilla (Bourbon barrels and Red Wine barrels)

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BenCL (19) - AUSTRALIA - DEC 18, 2017
Drank on 18/12/17 from Copper & Oak Appearance: 2.5 – Black, viscous, a nice big thick brown head that gives some lacing. Smell/Aroma: 3 – Coffee, vanilla, darl malt, rich, sweet, syrupy alcohols, port wine, some cocoa. Taste: 4 – Coffee, very big on the coffee, dark maltyness, rich malt, dark malt and coffee bitterness,. There is a transition from the richness, the dark malts into is a nice balanced hoppy bitterness that then blends nicely into the slight Whiskey after-notes and a dry oak/red wine character. No coconut I could detect. Possibly vanilla. Mouthfeel/Palate: 3 – This is rounded, big, and finishes quite dry. Big rich, not viscous but the combined bitterness characters and the oaky dryness definitely sticks around. Overall: 3.5 – This is good, a nice big slow sipper. There is no coconut, not really any vanilla, but thats probably the 5 months its sat in unknown condition. This is very nice, regardless.

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Bootlegger007 (245) - AUSTRALIA - AUG 18, 2017
Light on aroma big on flavour, I could only get a light whiskey malt aroma, pours black with a bright creamy off white head, flavours of vanilla and spice lead into sweet coconut it also has the whiskey warming mouthfeel, medium body, awesome, I followed up with a shot of Dalwhinnie, just for good luck!


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