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RATINGS: 1368   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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3.6
rudolf (2360) - Buffalo, New York, USA - MAY 14, 2010
Tap @ Coles. Black body, tan head. Nose is espresso & big roasty malt. Flavor is caramel, toffee, coffee, dried cherries, big roast. A bit bitter & burnt in the finish. Somewhat thin body.

4.4
Rosebud butternuts (2396) - Denton, Texas, USA - MAY 14, 2010
big thanks goes out to boomer0813 bringing this home for me. poured black with an almost copper looking head that left some lace behind. aroma was huge coffee/espresso upfront, fudge, vanilla, oak, and a little bit of juniper bush. flavor was coffee, baking chocolate, oak, pepper, and some alcohol at the finish. body was nice and thick with low carbonation.

4.4
garthicus (2936) - Dublin, IRELAND - MAY 14, 2010
My 1500th rating!!! On tap at Coles. Appearance: Jet black oil coloured. Small brown head. Aroma: lots of wood (that’s what she said) coffee, alcohol, toasty with a hint of smoke. Flavour: Wow, super super espresso to start, chocolate and whiskey soon comes through with a huge thump of oak. Lots of smoke/peat and a long malt and dark chocolate finish. Delicious!

4.1
scottw86 (1177) - Maryland, USA - MAY 13, 2010
Poured a black-red with a large dark tan head. Aroma is of chocolate and coffee. Taste is creamy and smooth, not overpowering. Hides the alcohol well and has a good combination of coffee and chocolate malts. Very good.

3.9
arone12 (930) - Maryland, USA - MAY 13, 2010
Pours a thick, dark black color. Has a light brown head. Smells instantly of coffee, caramel and hops. Tastes of delicious coffee. Has a sweet taste with a slight burnt coffee taste. Bitterness is covered up nicely with sweetness.

3.7
piscator34 (2577) - Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA - MAY 13, 2010
On draft at Beer Temple. Jet black in colour with moderate carbonation. Aromas are of espresso, chocolate, mild fruity yeast, and a bit of booze. More coffee in the mouth, along with caramel, vanilla, dark chocolate, and a fair dose of herbal / earthy hops. Medium bodied, which is cut somewhat by a strong coffee-like acidity. Fairly good, but I definitely prefer the straight up oak aged version.

4
SuzyGreenberg (1603) - Seattle, Washington, USA - MAY 13, 2010
Bomber; jet black with massive chocolate colored head; sweet coffee, chocolate doughnuts and creamy roasted chocolate cake; lovely texture with the smoothness of a brownie sundae; stale roast, coffee and silky smooth; nothing astringent or bitter and a very well made, decadent beer; not too rich either with a nice, ashy finish helping to cover up the sweetness; get lots of chocolate mousse and cream; very nice and I really like all the yetis

4.1
TonyDiUlio (664) - New Jersey, USA - MAY 12, 2010
Tried with James and Kelly and Liz and pat. Aroma is coffee and chocolate. Flavor is caramel coffee and chocolate.

4.4
thirdeye11 (6162) - Dallas, Texas, USA - MAY 10, 2010
(22oz bottled on Feb 13, 2009) jet black pour, huge deep tan head and excellent lacing. Nose of toffee, espresso, vanilla, wood and caramel. Smells amazing!! Taste of vanilla, chocolate syrup, wood, espresso, and very very light hop presence. Finish is medium thick, long deep creamy coffee duration, the big bubbles make it super creamy. Honestly was expecting a great beer and got one of the best beers I’ve honestly ever had. It’s available on shelves too! What a fantastic impy stout!

4.3
Dfonorow (2250) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 10, 2010
This brew pours black with a coffee colored head that quickly fades into nothing like most other imperial stouts. There is very nice lacing and carbonation present as well. The smell is mostly of coffee, which is be expected, with slight hints of chocolate, vanilla, and barley. The first sip blew me away - the complexity of this beer is out of this world and includes notes of oak, chocolate, vanilla, and caramel. This version of the Yeti is a champ at hiding the alcohol flavor and warmth.


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