rampmaster (642) - Alden, New York, USA - JUL 20, 2009
Presentation: It was poured from a brown 11.2oz bottle into a pint glass. There is no freshness date on the bottle.
Appearance: The body has a nice dark chocolaty brown color with a light brown, chocolate milk shake like head on top. The head has very good retention makes tons of thick light brown lacing on the glass.
Smell: Its aroma has a mix of leafy hops, minerals and smoky roasted grain.
Taste/Mouth Feel: The flavor has hints of coffee with cream, some smoke, sweet roasted gain, leafy hops and a light dusting of dark coco powder. It has a nice medium body with a silky smooth texture and soft carbonation. It is slick but not overly thick or cloying at all.
Notes: There is a lot of flavor packed into this little beer that has only 3.8%abv. This could be a nice dark session beer.
TorbenJensen (1517) - Valby, DENMARK - SEP 27, 2015
The foam is nougat colored and creamy. The aroma is gentle malty with weak mocha tones. The taste is a little time to develop in the mouth, but the wait is worth it. Weak mocha flavor blends bold with roasted malt and the mouth feeling is creamy. The finish is very little hoppy, but is instead delicate mocha-like with a little touch of English licorice. 3.8 percent for a stout does not sound like much, and it is not, but its flavors are very rich anyway. Beese (2671) - Watford, Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - JUL 17, 2007
Pours a very dark brown, almost black with only a small ammount of of light brown head that dissapears. An aroma of coffee and malt. The taste has hints of very bitter chocolate, some burnt malt and an sweeter finish. I really liked it. beerfest5 (1207) - Cloneen, IRELAND - JAN 16, 2011
how does this get a 39 rating?!? really? seriously? this was delicious, one of the easiest beers to drink ive ever had. what, just because a beer isnt in double digits abv, it cant be good? this was absolutely enjoyable and i cant wait to have another one. maybe the new definition of a winter session beer. generallee08 (772) - New York, USA - JUN 23, 2014
The body has a nice dark chocolaty brown color with a light brown, chocolate milk shake like head on top. The head has very good retention makes tons of thick light brown lacing on the glass. Its aroma has a mix of leafy hops, minerals and smoky roasted grain. The flavor has hints of coffee with cream, some smoke, sweet roasted gain, leafy hops and a light dusting of dark coco powder. It has a nice medium body with a silky smooth texture and soft carbonation. It is slick but not overly thick or cloying at all.
sfhc21 (74) - Midlothian, Texas, USA - MAR 23, 2007
Bottle. Dark brown with a dirty brown head. Milky, Chocately and delicious. A sort of, refreshing stout. Hoser (387) - Cowtown, Alberta, CANADA - MAY 22, 2007
Sweet and very full bodied for the ABV and a good crossing between milk chocolate and stout. Page 164 of Michael Jackson’s Great Beer Guide only 193 of his 500 Classic Brews to go. yesyouam (1016) - Fairport, New York, USA - MAY 31, 2009
Farsons Lacto is a solid black beer with a dense, splotchy brown head that has excellent retention and lacing. It has a sweet roasted aroma that somehow smells warm, like a freshly baked cake. It’s medium bodied and a bit sharp with a quick finish. It’s sweet, cola-like and a little buttery. It’s like drinking a cake. It’s a little bit like a Baltic Porter, I suppose. I enjoyed this. satanda (439) - CZECH REPUBLIC - SEP 29, 2010
Poměrně pitelný stout, skoro až začínám uvažovat o nějaké dovolené na Maltě :) nearbeer (5372) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - JAN 21, 2008
33 cl. Opaque, jet black with a 3 finger head that lasts and leaves some icing on the glass. Milk chocolate, butterscotch, slight char, and a twinge of buttermilk in the nose. Flavor is coffee, caramel, apples, sour cream, some dark roasted barley, and finally some English hops. Finish is fruity, piquant and dryish. Medium body is pretty smooth, with some slight acidic tingle; finishes a bit dry and astringent. A tasty and unique, chuggable stout. If I were in Malta, this might be my beer of choice, as I suspect the majority may be pale lagers.