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RATINGS: 1802   WEIGHTED AVG: 4.1/5   EST. CALORIES: 300   ABV: 10%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Adam is a recreation of a historic beer-style, originally made in Dortmund, Germany and was the first Beer ever released from this Brewery. He is made with Northwest hops, organic pilsner malt, and a variety of specialty grains. The beer is rich and smokey, with notes of chocolate and dark fruit. Best served as a dessert beer. It is great with cigars, or just a warm fire and good company.

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3.7
madsberg (11799) - Søborg, DENMARK - SEP 24, 2004
Bottled: Dark amber coloured. Medium sized dense light beige head. Aroma is spices and malty. Has some notes of caramel and liqourice. Alcahol is present. Flavour is full of alcahol. Spices and liquourice is there, and some fruits as well (plums). Is grassy and fruity (distinct apple flavours) in the end. I have some difficulty with this beer. It didn’t fully fulfill my expectations, but its still a really good beer. Thanks Bück Dich for trading this.

4.2
ante (3373) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - SEP 24, 2004
Dark brown, thin tan head. Rich and soft aroma of plums, pear, burnt sugar, toffee with a small outdoor smell. Complex and very flavourfull. Nougat, dark plums, raisin, pear, cocoa and sweetend cherries in flavour. Soft and very full bodied. Nougat in the finish with small notes of roasted malt.

4
tiggmtl (4543) - East York, Ontario, CANADA - SEP 22, 2004
UPDATED: NOV 12, 2005 Original Rating (22-Sep-04, 9-4-7-4-16=4.0): Peach, pear, prune up front followed by roastiness. Opaque black with light tan head that recedes to cover. Roasted raisins with a slight acidity and restrained chocolate flavours. Some sulfur notes in the aftertaste. Small bubbled effervescence is very prickly on the tongue. Full body id creamy in the mouth. Bottle (Batch #58) enjoyed with beerbuzzmontreal, MartinT and Rastacouere.
Rerate (28-May-05, 9-4-9-4-18=4.4): Figs, dates, prunes, plums, leafy tobacco, chocolate alcohol and a hint of smoke in the lightly acidic aroma. Opaque brown with decent and lasting cover of tan-brown, fine-bubbled head. Strong bitterness is off-set by huge malts in the somewhat acidic flavour with fair leafy green hops and a light hint of smoke. Medium body with fair carbonation. Bottle (batch 54) enjoyed with CapFlu, Goldorak, Joey_Capps, Olivier_MTL, Lubiere and MartinT.
Rerate (28-May-05, 9-4-8-4-17=4.0): Sour, earthy cherries, cream, chocolate in an aroma that evokes black forest cake. Opaque brown with thin but lasting cover of tan head. Chocolate and cherries are subsumed with strong roasted malts and leafy hops that offer a fair bitterness. Medium body with moderate carbonation. Bottle (batch 62) enjoyed with CapFlu, Goldorak, Joey_Capps, Olivier_MTL, Lubiere and MartinT.
Rerate (12-Nov-05, 8-4-8-4-16=4.0): Thick cocoa, figs, dates and raisins in the aroma. Opaque black body is topped by a generous, fine bubbled, tan head that recedes to a lasting cover with some lace. Rich, thick chocolate and dark fruitiness, with some alcohol and an undertone of nutty soy character. Medium-full body with fair carbonation and syrupy thick texture. Tulip glass. Cellar temperature. Bottle (Batch#57, Half Time, Mar-05).

4.4
beerbuzzmontreal (3486) - Montreal, Quebec, CANADA - SEP 20, 2004
UPDATED: MAR 8, 2009 Bach 57. Pours a muddy dark brown color with a thick off-white head. Excellent aroma of chocolate, fruit, tobacco and malt. Amazing flavor of rich malt, fruit, tobacco and molasses with a bitter finish. Light to medium body, creamy and liquorous texture, soft carbonation. Amazing beer ! Thanks to JoeMcPhee ! (I tasted batch 58 before and it wasn’t as good : 7/3/8/3/16 3.7).

4.4
Saarlander (1920) - Saarlouis, GERMANY - SEP 20, 2004
Batch 60, poured dark brown with a HUGE head, very caramel, chocolate, coffee, sugar, woody, taste. a nice aftertaste, felt it up into my nose. nice brew.

4.1
steview (1088) - Petaluma, California, USA - SEP 18, 2004
duvel tulip glass / batch 55, 12 oz: sweet, tart nose. pours brown, nearly like syrup, and it looks like some grains are left in there. a thick and tight head lingers and leaves crystalline lacing, which is all displayed above an opaque dark brown body. flavors are sugary and sweet; cherry, gooey pie crust, then it is a bit saltier as it warms. and as it warms, the lacing wets itself and says goodbye. it’s salty like an olive, but it’s not powerful. being a bit of a hophead, i’m looking for some outstanding bittering, but i don’t think it belongs here anyway. the mouthfeel is full and nothing more. this beer is good and nothing more? egh, it's great enough for me... wooh - an interesting burp for a dirty champagne? i mean that in a good way. it has an interesting zip that reminds me of the affect louisiana had on rice. overall, i wish it was smmmoked. i had some smoked gouda before my final swigs and -- you know -- it deserves to be a smoked! ahh, delicious after some smoked cheese... (thank you sender! i greatly appreciate what you did!) definitely a rich dessert beer! i need to have another, of a different batch, all the batches... at different times of the year...

4.2
OKBeer (1175) - Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA - SEP 14, 2004
Batch #59, 12 oz bottle. Mahogany brown colour with a creamy and frothy off-white head. Chocolate, toffee, molasses, slight alcohol, raisin, plum, and light yeast aroma. Toffee, dark bread, rum, brown sugar, raisin, and plum flavours with a long roasty, coffee, and alcohol bitter finish. Full bodied, creamy, rich, and smooth. Almost like an Imperial Stout made with a combination of Belgian Trappist and Bavarian lager yeasts to give it some Abt and Doppelbock characteristics. Very interesting and very tasty.

4.7
Kasteelfreak (341) - Fallbrook, California, USA - SEP 11, 2004
UPDATED: SEP 15, 2004 Batch 58 - OOOOOHHHHHHHHHH Yeah. I’m thinking world class beer after the first sip. Man, this stuff is good. Color is a very dark brown with a very slight bit of rust. Nice creamy white head on top that stays for the long haul. Aroma is a lot of raisins, a lot of caramel, and a little bit of chocolate. Palate wraps around the tongue and the roof of my mouth and settles towards the back of the tongue with a nice cocoa feel. Mostly creamy feel with a slight bit of fizziness and chalkiness on the back of the tongue. Taste is caramel, date, raisin, chocolate, some smokey wood, and a little bit of orange and cherry. Slight sourness in the finish. Very, very complex. This kind of beer turns me on. If it were a woman, I would be banging her all night. Awesome beer. Batch 57: I haven't had this side by side with batch 58, but they taste very similar. This stuff is just awesome. This time I smell chocolate, caramel, prunes, cherry and alcahol. The head is awesome. Give a swirl and it fluffs up nicely. Mouthfeel is creamy. Chocolate, caramel, and just a hint of smoke and wood hit right away on the front of the tongue, then hops and a bit of sourness settle on the back. A nice tingly feeling lingers for a while. I'm in love.

4.6
DocLock (11191) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 10, 2004
Batch #61, from Half Time in Poughkeepsie, NY. Pours dark ruby, with a huge, tan head. Aroma of malt, hops, cognac, dark fruit, cabernet. Wonderfully complex aroma. Tastes very complex, with hints of dark fruit, hops, roastiness, smoked sausage, and cognac. The palate was medium to heavy, firm, and bold. Very well balanced, extremely complex, and excellent overall. This one was 2 parts strong rauchbier, 1 part dubbel, 1 part barleywine, and 1 part strong porter....a true melting pot of beers, as such. I had this one sober, after the Rocheforte 10 and a handful of oyster crackers, and this one bent over the Rocheforte 10 and shoved it up the Rocheforte’s ass! (I felt like such a voyeur!). As it warmed, even more rauchiness and complexity emerged. The forums state that HODs head brewer is a hippie...if so, then you might as well call me a hippie too, punks.

4
Frank (4262) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - SEP 7, 2004
Traditional ale? This looks and tastes pretty much like an imperial stout to me. Pours that almost black brown that imperial stouts are with a big creamy off-white head that leaves some nice sheets of lace behind. Nose is aggressively roasty. Body is thick and rich though maybe a hair of the dog low on carbonation. There’s quite a bit of interplay between dark malty and roasty flavors with notes of raisin, molasses, cask wood, charcoal, citrus, pine and just about everyother beer flavor I've ever tasted but it’s all topped off by a slight medicinal bitterness that’s augmented by some fiery alcohol in the finish. I can dig it now but this would be top notch if some of the problems in the finish were ironed out. Some aging might help but I’m not in the position to do that at the moment. Either way, this is an extremely and almost excessively complex imperial-stout-like beer so high marks for that.


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