davidm (2081) - Sunnyvale, California, USA - AUG 30, 2013
Bottle from BlackHearts&Sparrows. Very tasty. Aromas of chocolate, vanilla, hints of coffee. Taste is sweet, with light bitterness, long length. Palate is creamy, and full bodied. Black, with a frothy head. gnoff (10891) - Göteborg, SWEDEN - AUG 24, 2013
Draught as a pot size at Embassy Craft Beer Bar, Brisbane. On July 23, 2013.Theodopilos (68) - - JUN 29, 2013
As "Little Creatures Single Batch Mr. Obadiah Rye Porter" at 6.9% ABV.
Clear very deep red to black color, brown nice head. Sweet, spicy, roasted, smooth taste. Roasted aftertaste. Smooth, full, thick mouthfeel. Medium bitterness. Sweet, malty, roasted scent. Plenty of lacing left on the glass.
Aromas of coffee and dark chocolate, taste is exactly the same, the aftertaste lasts and last, a very nice porter, one I would highly recommend ShaneJ (910) - AUSTRALIA - OCT 1, 2013
Bottle from Plonk. Black with medium, quickly fading tan head, smoky, roasty aroma, bitter chocolate, coffee beans, peppery, dry finish, full body. Loved it. M_Sack (771) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - JUL 22, 2013
Thick black with a cappuccino coloured head and heavy lacing. Aromas of dark chocolate, espresso, crushed nuts and roasted malts (perhaps a trace of soy sauce - thanks maneliquor). A long, pleasant and cleansing bitterness wraps itself around a complex dark chocolate, nut and spice flavour profile. The rye provides a fantastic point of difference to a lot of porters. Once again the single batch has nailed it, with a challenging but incredibly drinkable beer.
HopRedHead (397) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - JUN 18, 2013
Bottle from Mane Liquor. Pours black with a glint of red around the edge, with a short, creamy off-white head and moderate lacing. Nose contains dark chocolate, rye, leather, roasted dark malts and espresso. Taste is dark cocoa, roasted coffee, rye graininess and dark, roasted caramel. Touch of burnt vegemite yeast too. Nice body on it, I’m pleasantly surprised. Andygator (2) - - JUN 21, 2013 does not count
Mr Obadiah started me off with an aroma I have rarely had before, beautiful in its own way of conveying dark malts and some hints of unfermented starches. I was reminded of Arnold Beer, in Nurnberg by the aroma. Appearance super, the bead was ultra fine and the heading was rich. The longer Mr O sat on the palatte, the more the rye came forward along with something else. Not sure what that was, but it reminded me of wet cardboard. This seemed to not linger, but I am wondering if the rye caused this or how this odd flavor set foot in this fantastic beer. Overall, a pretty wonderful beer experience. TenEighty (11) - AUSTRALIA - JUL 23, 2013
Pours solid black in appearance, head typical of a porter. Aroma of roasted malt and chocolate. Perfect level of carbonation, to compliment the medium to thick palate. Taste, bitter coca with a smoky finish and a lingering dry bitterness. The beer gets a little sweeter as it warms up. I've been looking for a beer like this all winter, pity it's a single batch.