ozzy70 (1430) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - MAR 16, 2018
1 pint can courtesy of HuskerTan, via MetalandHophead. Thank you both. Poured black with a tan foamy head. Aroma of coffee, coffee bean, dark cherry. Taste was bitter, espresso, roasted coffee, roasted malts, creamy. onceblind (11641) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAR 5, 2018
Black hue under a thin foamy light beige head. Nice toasty black malt aroma with a smack of rich dark fresh coffee. Dark flavor that’s got a nice coffee overtone with a nice hint of mint and earthy chocolate. A little dry at the end but otherwise tasty. wekker84 (2630) - etten-leur, NETHERLANDS - JAN 24, 2018
Bottle a black colored beer with a beige head aroma roasted malts citrus dark fruits nuts spicy and bitter hops flavor malts citrus caramel dark fruits nuts spicy and bitter hops ogivlado (8569) - Zagreb, CROATIA - DEC 30, 2017
Bottled 650ml. -at Pivoteka Zagreb. Almost black coloured, small to medium sized off-white head, mild chocolate nose. Roasted malt, caramel, light chocolate and chicory with mild roasty finish. Pretty good. 5.8%ABV HuskerTan (2569) - Ravenna, Nebraska, USA - NOV 28, 2017
A- Black coffee, mocha, roasty,
A- Black color, black liquid, tan head.
T- Medium bitterness, roasty, earthy, char, black coffee, slightly dry.
P- Medium full body, average texture, average carbonation, bitter finish.
O- Pretty darn tasty. A bit more bitter than I would like but drinks alright. Aroma better than the palate. Not sure what the 7 grains add but it's a cool idea. Coffee in here is just awesome. I imagine you could make a lot of tasty variations off this beer.
MetalNHopHead (2385) - Lincoln, Nebraska, USA - SEP 26, 2017
Not ALL of the beers I enjoyed from Hopworks were hopped to hell and back. Survival Stout was easily my favorite non-hoppy beer from Hopworks. Hell, it even beat out some of the hoppy ones.This brew pours dark brown. As you'd expect for something brewed with 15 pounds of Stumptown espresso and 7 different grains, the aromatics are roasty and grainy with hints of char. Flavor has bitter, earthy espresso and more subtle notes bittersweet chocolate and nuttiness. This beer's 7 grains get top billing on the bottle, but liking coffee is truly a must for enjoying this Stout. Oakes (19904) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - AUG 26, 2017
Draught @ Venti’s Basement Bar, Salem. Dark brown with a bubbly head. A lot of coffee on the nose, complex malts. Bitter chocolate, nice malts, a lot of coffee...sort of a burnt central american.
mariuspoenari (3226) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - AUG 13, 2017
Dark brown pour with a tan head. Roasted malts, brewed coffee, rye spiciness, a bit of cherry bitterness, smooth chocolate, light cinnamon and earthy spices, cocoa nibs. Pretty well crafted stout, delicious for its ABV. Smooth texture, roasty chocolatey notes throughout. stantheman (1167) - British Columbia, CANADA - JUL 10, 2017
On tap at St Augustine’s in Vancouver. A black beer with a bit of tan head and a faint roasted malt nose. Okay, here we go. Smooth, creamy. Lots of roasted malt, maybe slightly burnt. A bit sweet and somewhat bitter roasting of the malts. No hop detected here. Mouth feel is a bit thin. Roasted malt aftertaste. 3.8 tricksta_p (5693) - Steenwijk, NETHERLANDS - JUN 9, 2017
From tap at Hopworks Urban Brewery, Portland. Aroma is intense coffee, roasted malt, coffee grounds, espresso, touch of cocoa and mocha. Flavour is fairly bitter and light sweet. Body is medium. Bucketloads of coffee, very nice!