AndySnow (7552) - Huddinge, SWEDEN - FEB 9, 2017
How: Bottle.omhper (24966) - Tyresö, SWEDEN - JAN 27, 2017
Where: Tasting at Björn, 2017-01-27.
Appearance: Dark brown colour with a small beige head.
Aroma: Liquorice, malt, caramel, chocolate.
Body: Medium body, low to medium carbonation.
Flavour: Liquorice, malt, chocolate.
Bottled. Dark brown, small head. Chocolaty nose with some tobacco. Mid dry with medium-full body and clean, rounded mouthfeel. Tobacco, chocolate and aniseed. Mid bitter finish. AlfredoGarcia (287) - Santiago, CHILE - APR 8, 2016
330 ml bottle. Gift from a friend that brougt it from Punta Arentas. Excelent dark color with consistent head. Very rich caramel malts smell , hazelnut, but also alcohol. Taste is ok, not notisable 7%, and not waterish. That’s an archivement already. Taste of dark fruits and wood. Nice beer from Patagonia :) Tim Webb (442) - Bristol, Gloucestershire, ENGLAND - FEB 29, 2016
Two 33cl bottles straight from the brewery samples at two days and one week after the pick up - also sampled on draft in Punta Arenas. On draft a lot of coffee. Less so in the bottle, where it is a more contained, dryish, mildly coffee’d stout, largely complexity but not appeal. Their best regular beer in my view. Panzerfaust (848) - Hanga Roa, Easter Island, CHILE - SEP 11, 2015
330cc bottle, gift straight from Punta Arenas, thanks to "Pepa" Benavides. Pours a dense and deep black color with brownish hues and a small tan head that leaves a small lacing. Aroma with clear notes of burnt sugars, cocoa, hot chocolate, moccha, toasted bread, instant chocolate mousse. Medium roastiness. Not much coffee notes. Lacks complexity. Taste is sweet without much roastiness or bitterness for counterbalance. It’s still OK but far from good because of those "instant chocolate" flavor-touches all over the place. Fizzy in the tongue in the begining, it becomes smoother after a little while in the mouth. Medium body. Too weak for an Imperial Stout, this one is definitely closer to a Porter. Not even close to the league of the classic Sam Smith’s Impy Stout which is also 7%, but a thousandfold times more complex and punchy. It’s still drinkable and gets a few extra points for the effort.
bu11zeye (13029) - Frisco (Dallas), Texas, USA - JUN 27, 2013
(330cc bottle) Pours an opaque black body with a medium brown head. Aroma of roasted malt, anise, dates, licorice, fennel, plum, vinous, and chocolate. Flavor of roasted malt, chocolate, grass, and some dark fruit.