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RATINGS: 319   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.73/5   EST. CALORIES: 159   ABV: 5.3%
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Secret Stache Stout is a robust stout. The specialty ingredients, vanilla bean and lactose, lend to its complexity and full flavor. While no actual chocolate was used to brew this beer, heaps of chocolate malt give the beer its color as well as its chocolate and coffee notes.

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4.1
andyhwcinc (1886) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JAN 3, 2014
Enjoyed from can pour at Township in Chicago, IL prior to my band playing. I've been meaning to try this's, happy I finally did! Appearance is pitch black, light tan rim. Aroma mostly of chocolate malt with light vanilla and coffee notes, smells good. Taste is fantastic! It's going to be -10 here in a couple of days and this is the type of beer to drink for that weather. Rich in lactose and vanilla with huge chocolate notes. Definitely sweet, but great. Also, nice hazelnut notes, almost like Nutella. Happy to have had this!

3.8
conway (2210) - - JAN 2, 2014
Can. Pitch black with a thin mocha head that dissipates quickly. Aroma is coffee and chocolate with some lactose. Taste adds roasted malt, nice hints of vanilla and some surprising citrusy hop notes at various points. Velvety palate with some subtle carbonation. This is an almost perfect prototype of the style.

3.5
BillWyce (1104) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 23, 2013
From notes: growler from GAT Beer, NE Philadelphia. Poured opaque ink-black with a 3-finger dark tan head. Creamy and chocolatey aroma. Medium body, slightly oily. Roasty flavor up front that gives way to a chocolate note. The roasty note returns in the finish, with a bit of a cocoa note as well.

4
puboflyons (3492) - Allenstown, New Hampshire, USA - DEC 18, 2013
From the can. It pours the color of oil with a small head that dissipates almost on contact. A bevy of aromas including roasted dark malts and vanilla bean with a burnt smoky quality top it. All very subtle but all very distinctive. Medium smooth body. The taste has is also quite roasty and toasty with a low bitterness finishing slightly dry.

3.7
icehawk (876) - Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, USA - DEC 16, 2013
Can. Oily black with brown head. Aroma of chocolate, subtle smoke. Very smooth and filling mouthfeel. No bitterness.

3.8
Beerman6686 (6611) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 11, 2013
This one poured a dark brown with a beige head. Aroma was of coffee and vanilla, and roasted malt, very inviting. Flavor was similar, verty smooth and flavorful for a lower abv stouf. Probably one of the best i;ve had in a long time. Right up there with mean old tom.

4
Westchesterco (2188) - mclean, Virginia, USA - DEC 7, 2013
Poured from a bottle it is a dark brown with a slight head. The srioma is of chocolate and the taste is of roasted coffee and chocolate. That lingers bitter on gge palate

3.7
Iphonephan (7282) - Jackson Hole/McLean, Virginia, USA - DEC 7, 2013
UPDATED: DEC 10, 2013 From a 16 oz can shared at home. Pours a clear dark cola with a thin tan head. Coffee nose. Flavors of licorice and chocolate. Medium bodied, light carbonation, roasty finish.

3.9
nsquishee (641) - Richfield, Minnesota, USA - DEC 6, 2013
A very delicious and smooth stout with lots of roasted chocolate malts that provide a sweet satisfaction. Flavors of chocolate, cocoa, vanilla, roasted malts, and rye bread. Very tasty. I bet this would be awesome in a beer float.

4.8
Clarkdvm (531) - Florida, USA - DEC 6, 2013
Black pore from a can. Smooth chocolate. Beautiful stout. Aftertaste is not extreme. No complaints


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