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RATINGS: 1382   WEIGHTED AVG: 4.12/5   SEASONAL: Winter   EST. CALORIES: 285   ABV: 9.5%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Espresso Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout is a new addition to the Yeti clan. A generous infusion of Denver’s own Pablo’s espresso adds yet another layer of complexity to this beer, combining with the vanilla oak character, intense roasty maltiness and bold hop profile to create a whole new breed of mythical creature. It’s official, you can now have Yeti with breakfast.

Suggested food pairings: Breakfast burrito, eggs Benedict, hash browns, cheesecake, creme brulee.

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4.2
IlanMan (1015) - Appleton, Wisconsin, USA - MAY 10, 2009
Bottle. Deep thick pour with a long lasting very dark tan creamy head. Aroma was balanced between a light roasted coffee, sweet malt, roasted barley, and light chocolate. Flavor was silky smooth, velvety, and awesome with such a good blending of oak, vanilla, espresso, malt, chocolate, it goes on. Very well made brew with a thick and chewy mouth-feel. This was a well enjoyed beer.

3.8
gracefullypunk (667) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAY 10, 2009
UPDATED: JUN 8, 2009 How I couldn’t love an espresso oak aged stout, I’m not sure, and this didn’t disappoint. Aroma of chocolate, espresso, malts, maple, and brown sugar, but with a little bit of a burnt aroma. Medium carbonation, a bit surprising for a stout. The flavor starts with the espresso, moves into caramel and then the bitter hoppy finish.

4.8
lemasney (398) - Trenton, New Jersey, USA - MAY 8, 2009
A deep, rusty brown body, wholly opaque, with a dark tan head. Mahogany in depth and mood. Scent of coffee, dust, earth, and wood chips. Taste is espresso syrup, roasted malt, coffee, earth, resin, and compost. Overall, it’s another amazing, layered, and complex creation for the Yeti brand, and for Great Divide. Keep them coming.

4.2
tturner (111) - , Washington, USA - MAY 6, 2009
some astringent burntness on the nose, and on the finish stop this from being a 5. the warm soft fuzziness that engulfs the front of the tongue far outweigh any deficiencies. I love to just keep a swig in the front of my mouth and rub my tongue through it.

4.2
elihapa (1554) - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA - MAY 5, 2009
Bomber in blind tasting, apparently to celebrate the end of my college career. Pours dark brown/black, opaque, and with a substantial brown head. Great lacing, I’m assuming a result of the generous hopping. Aroma has dark coffee initially, followed by sweet dark chocolate, roasts, and some later soapy-hops. On second or third sniff these hops become increasingly present. Flavor starts quite hoppy, with malt sweetness. Mid-palate has bold black-coffee-and-sugar and distinct roasted malt. Finish ends with nice bitterness, additional roasts, and a lingering hop finish. Wow. Coffee, hops, sweet malt, roasts . . . this beer has some of everything. And I’m not sure the final product is as full of pure goodness as either Yeti or Oak-aged Yeti. Perhaps the flavors just clash more then they blend. But overall this beer still tastes excellent, my second-favorite Coffee Stout to date.

3.9
TURDFERGUSON (4068) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - MAY 4, 2009
Bottle. Pours black as midnight and as ethan has taught me this is good. Pretty nice impy that is relatively dry for the style. Big coffee flavors amidst some light oak, vanilla, and roasted malts. A great beer.

4.2
danielcurtis81 (1519) - San Diego, California, USA - MAY 3, 2009
Bottle via trade with oobawa. Nose of wonderful dark chocolate, oak, raisin, espresso and mocha. Pours a thick and creamy coffee brown with a huge creamy medium brown head. Flavors are creamy chocolate, flavorful oak, burnt malt, coffee and a vanilla bean note. Mouth is full and chewy. Alcohol grows through the drink and begins to muddle the flavors. Need to get a few more of these to age to perfection.

4.1
smcolw (617) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 3, 2009
Near black color, no light shining through. Excellent beige head, but it fades quickly and leaves nearly no lace. Smells like a malted chocolate milk shake. I detect no espresso or even coffee, but I do note some hop in the background. Rich and thick; slightly oily from the alcohol. Strong dark chocolate flavors. Again, no real coffee/espresso tastes here. The finish and aftertaste features a generous amount of balancing hops to the bittersweet cocoa. This is a deceptively easy to drink Imperial Stout.

3.8
cgarvieuk (26387) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - MAY 3, 2009
Bottle at DLD ...Deep black ... good coffee roast nose ... smooth coffee roast ... bitter hop front ... big roast ... good solid coffee

4.1
Suttree (6541) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - MAY 2, 2009
Black, with a fat brown head. Really nice aroma - you can definately smell the coffee and oak, plus some cherry and winey notes, too. Very rich palate. Nice mix of coffee and oak flavors, too, although these flavors seem a little at odds with each other. Overall, though its very tasty.


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