Sammy (12387) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 22, 2013
A very good chocolate beer. Sweet chocolate aroma fills a boardroom. Very dark brown with lasting head, a little lace. Smooth mouthfeel. Major league achievement. Hot boozy follow on. Worth trying, and hits the mark though not the greatest in the style. Still, lots and lots of chocolate, similar to Baker’s chocolate or a decile better. Sask89 (529) - Regina, Saskatchewan, CANADA - FEB 18, 2013
Pours pitch black with a huge frothy mocha head. Aroma is extremely heavy in chocolate, with a little vanilla and roasted grain scents. Taste is chocolate sweet throughout with a noticeable dry bitter kick in the finish. Full bodied, rich and creamy on the palate and softer carbonation. Overall a chocolate monster, that is quite delicious. Raistlin (412) - London, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 18, 2013
When i opened this beer i could smell the chocolate right away. It smelled great. It has rich thick texture with small coffee brown head that does not stick around for too long unfortunately. It tastes of dark chocolate, like 70% cocoa ones. Really nice beer, goes well with chocolate cake but its hard to drink much of it. dresden (1581) - Saskatchewan, CANADA - FEB 15, 2013
Pours a thick oily black with a small brown head. This is bar none the most chocolatey beer i’ve ever smelled. It smells like instant pudding, chocolate milk, semi-sweet chocolate chips. It’s not a really complicated smell, but it sure is massive chocolate. Taste is lots of chocolate obviously, some bitter chocolate, cocoa and sugar. It’s not quite as sweet as Choklat, but it’s very close. Sticky beer, hard to drink much of it. GRM (4079) - Aylmer, Quebec, CANADA - JAN 30, 2013
UPDATED: JAN 31, 2013 Sample, cask, Volo’s Cask Days, savoured on October 27 2012; eye: black, opaque, really thin sheet of dark brown head, no lacing; nose: chocolate cake, mocha, chocolate liqueur; mouth: chocolate liqueur, coffee liqueur, malt, light alcohol, resinous hops, finale in chocolate liqueur, full body, not much carbonation, mildly sweet, liqueur-like texture; overall: fine
Échantillon, cask, Cask Days de Volo, savourée le 27 octobre 2012; œil : noire, opaque, très mince couverture de mousse brun foncé, pas de dentelle; nez : gâteau au chocolat, moka, liqueur de chocolat; bouche : liqueur de chocolat, liqueur de café, malt, léger alcool, houblon résineux, finale en liqueur de chocolat, corsée, peu carbonatée, moyennement sucrée, texture liquoreuse; en résumé : bien
Radek Kliber (7369) - Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), POLAND - JAN 27, 2013
Bottle 750 ml pootzboy (1760) - Kitchener, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 26, 2013
Aroma: one of the more potent aromas. Smooth creamy milk chocolate , touch of caramel but not too sweet. Hint of cocoa bean behind. Slightly woody , dry bark like finish. 7+
Apperance: handsome , dark brown, viscous. Medium plus thick creamy light brown cap. Nice lace. 4+
Taste/Palate etc. Full bodied. Wow, I was expecting a lot of chocolate but this is insane! Chocolate palate killer. How you could make this so intense? One sided brown feel with slight bitterness on top ends. This is rated at 10% but heat is all covered in chocolate fudge. I have to give kudos for brewing so unique. I don’t get surprised much anymore after trying over 6000 different beers in my life. I did with this one. Great potential but this could be developed further. Darker malts to give more depth with solid bold hop that could wrap such creating in neat balance. Right now this is more of good , very unique creation than masterpiece.
Bottle: pours a dark opaque black wth a 2 finger cocoa colored meringue cap. Modest carbonation. Aroma is massive – pungent and fills the room with malty- cocoa aromas like a chocolate bundt cake just taken from the oven. The mouth feel is rich and viscous, The flavour is intense but not complex ( I think this isn intended with thiskind of big brew). The front is dominated by cocoa-maltiness wih enough roasty astringence nd hop bittering t keep the sweetness at bay, The long rich finish goes a tad dry and then you get big coffee flavors near the end. What a brew! Big win with this Peter, makes Young’s double chocolate stout and Southern tier CB seem pale by comparison. wilderthanyou (758) - Guelph, CANADA - JAN 23, 2013
Pours your typical motor oil black with a short lived beige cap. The aroma is milk chocolate, dark chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, baking chocolate, and chocolate chocolate. . . .the flavour pretty much follows suit. Don’t get me wrong, I’m enjoying the beer, but at over 10 bucks a bottle I can’t say I’ll be buying this again. thorongil2 (3173) - , Ontario, CANADA - JAN 23, 2013
(bottle) opaque brown-black with a small brown head; aromas of sweet chocolate and coffee liqueur; bittersweet coffee liqueur flavour with a long light bitter finish; tasty but not very complex Beerenberger (1605) - Fischer, Texas, USA - JAN 22, 2013
Aroma CHOCOLATE, LOTS OF MILK CHOCOLATE. Pours a solid black with none lasting tan head and some lacing. The taste like the nose is CHOCOLATE. There is some bitterness in the finish. Medium-full body with soft carbonation - smooth mouthfeel. Overall, while I love chocolate, a little of this goes a long way. Pretty much a one trick chocolate pony.