Brewed by Gourmetbryggeriet (Harboe)
Style: Stout
Roskilde, Denmark


on tap


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RATINGS: 208   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.3/5   EST. CALORIES: 195   ABV: 6.5%
Blue Mountain Stout is brewed to be enjoyed together with chocolate deserts or coffee. Dark roasted beans from the worlds best coffee - Blue Mountain - together with bitter chocolate, gives the beer its complexity in aroma and flavor - that coffee and chocolate lovers love.

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Niller (1706) - Hammel, DENMARK - NOV 10, 2015
Bottle from Netto. Pours dark brown/black with a small light brown head. Aroma and taste is sweet malts, hint of coffee, chocolate notes, brown sugar. Soft carbonation. Watery texture. Sweet finish.

RuneStumo (2652) - Haugesund, NORWAY - NOV 6, 2015
UPDATED: JUN 12, 2016 06.11.2015. At home. 0,5l Bottle. Dark brown colour colour withno head. Malty aroma. Lots of aromas and flavours of dark malts and coffee. Very nice. Smoothe. Rerate 12.06.2016

Myonlyvice (287) - DENMARK - SEP 16, 2015
UPDATED: SEP 18, 2015 From bottle. Very dark brown, almost black with a small brown head, which dissolves to a bit of foam with lacing. Medium low carbonation. Coffee, malt and dark chocolate aroma. Sweet taste with a bit of bitterness in the aftertaste. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

TorbenJensen (1517) - Valby, DENMARK - AUG 18, 2015
Once this was a nice beer, but after Harboes Breweries has taken over Gourmetbryggeriet and moved all brewing operations into the brewery in Skælskør it no longer the same. One clear difference is certainly that all Gourmetbryggeriets products now only is launched as canned beer, and it is a clear deterioration in quality as I often encounters a metallic tang of beer cans. Blue Mountain has a slender foam and a very poor aroma of hard roasted malt. It smells most of brown ale or amber ale. The taste is far from coffee and chocolate as I remember it years ago. The color is no longer completely black, more little dark reddish brown. Its flavor is completely blurred and can not really take any particular element. Synthetic malt sweetness with sour flavor and only a few notes of chocolate and coffee. Blue Mountain is otherwise one of the world’s best coffee varieties that Gourmetbryggeriet used for the original version of this stout. Today it has changed quite a bit and the name Blue Mountain alluding perhaps closer to Harboes executive committee have enjoyed a cup of Blue Mountain coffee while mashing with poor / cheap malt has taken place in the brewing kettle. Coffee stout it is at least not anymore, and Harboes has once again used the trick of camouflaging one discount beer as a microbrew. Total sleazy trick that only (once again) proves that Harboes is a top candidate for the title of Denmarks (probably Europes) worst brewery.

nybol (1765) - DENMARK - JUL 11, 2015
En god mørk øl, tør og bitter smag, god rund i smagen også. Rigtig god øl, specielt til den ofte lave pris.

BelgiskOlklub (1078) - Viby J, DENMARK - MAY 21, 2015
Bottle 66 cl. from 2010 (Best before 03/2010). Thick dark brown body and a nice creamy brown head. Aroma of coffee, dark chocolate, roasted malt, basement aromas. The taste is heavy sweet and medium bitter. Thin body with a sticky feel.

visionthing (5287) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - APR 28, 2015
UPDATED: APR 29, 2015 50cl bottle from Føtex, Frederikshavn. Pours very dark brown with a minimal, beige head. Weak malty and slightly roasty aroma with hints of coffee, caramel and hints of chocolate and licorice. Mild flavours, nothing unpleasant, but nothing exiting either - fairly balanced and easy to drink. Fair enough.

DraftDodger (1448) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - MAR 3, 2015
Copenhagen 26/8 2014. 50 cl can from Netto. Pours very dark brown without head of any kind. Sweet smell with hints of chocolate and oranges. Dull mouthfeel due to almost no carbonation. Good balance of the sweetness and the bitterness. I like the taste but I am not too happy with the lack of carbonation.

BBHansen (917) - Køge, DENMARK - FEB 22, 2015
can @ Køge ås. Appearance: pours clear brown with powerful off-white creamy head and good lacing. aroma/taste: caramel, chocolate, bread and some floral and metallic notes. palette: medium carbonation, thin to average body, some caramel sweetness, average bitterness, average duration and an oily texture. Overall: disappointing

Moolesen (536) - NETHERLANDS - FEB 20, 2015
Bottle 50cl. Black with a light brown head. Malty nose. I’ve tried 3 beers from this brewery tonight, and this is the third one. They all have the same nose. A bit strange. Flavour of weak stout. I don’t taste the coffee or chocolate, no clue how much has been added to the beer, but it can’t be much. There is plenty of malt though. With more hops to balance with the malt and more coffee/chocolate, this could potentially be a good beer, but for now it’s a missed chance.

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