overall
96
98
style
Brewed by Magic Rock Brewing
Style: Stout
Huddersfield, England

bottled
common

on tap
common

Broad Distribution

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RATINGS: 410   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.7/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Cask, keg & bottle; Regular.

Dark Arts blends 4 malts and bags of whole hops to deliver a decadently deep and indulgent experience. A luxuriously smooth mouthfeel, is followed by spicy hop notes and full flavours of chocolate, liquorice, blackberries and figs. The finish is rich and satisfying with a lingering roasted bitterness. Our stout will convert you to the dark side.

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3.9
lello4ever (990) - ITALY - JAN 3, 2017
Ottima stout, nera con schiuma marroncina, al naso non esplosiva ma ottima al palato, molto beverina con tostatura, caffè e cioccolato ben evidenti.

3.3
SkillsFactory (738) - ITALY - JAN 3, 2017
Lattina, schiuma nocciola chiara di media persistenza, rossa scurissima, praticamente nera con riflessi caramello. Aroma tostato, acidulo, caffè, anice, leggero erbaceo, note di ossidazione. Attacca con frutti rossi leggeri ed acidità tostata, successivamente caffè che si prolunga in una coda mista a liquirizia e leggero erbaceo. Vellutata, ben carbonata, corpo medio-leggero.

3.8
RickFifty (1254) - Fredrikstad, NORWAY - DEC 31, 2016
Deep brown color, light brown head. Rich malty nose, dark chocolate, licorice. Licorice taste, roasted malt, coffee, moderate sweetness, well balanced. Medium body, soft carbonation, smooth texture.

3.7
sjogro (4139) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - DEC 25, 2016
At home from a can into a glass. Black with light tan head. Big sweet roasted choco malts, vanilla fudge, creme brulee, custard lactic touch. Big sweet and light hoppy bitter. Medium body, choco-milky, oaty smooth texture, soft carbonation and sweet roasty finish with ashy, charcoallike hint.

3.6
Sevenlee (1846) - Central Coast, NSW, AUSTRALIA - DEC 21, 2016
Nice head with good duration. Color is black. Aroma and taste are roast malt, coffee, milk chocolate and hops. Smooth beer.

3.3
Cybion (188) - Kent, ENGLAND - DEC 20, 2016
Can, 330 ml. Pours very dark, opaque brown, with a finger or so of dark tan head and a bit of patchy lacing. Aroma is some hefty dark roasted malt, quite nutty, woody and with some underlying dark caramel sweetness and a hint of cocoa. Gets a little sweeter on the nose as it warms. Taste is bitter roasted malts, again a bit woody with some slight bourbon-y vanilla and smaller molasses note. More bitter than sweet, sometimes a tad watery seeming. Finish is moderately bitter and dry. Body is light-medium and could be fuller. Texture is oily and carbonation is minimal. Decent enough but has some issues.

3.2
Werckmeister (3184) - Vienna, AUSTRIA - DEC 4, 2016
0,33l can courtesy of fabiand, big thanks for this one. BB 21.07.2017. black color, medium big coffee-colored head. smells earthy, bit roasty, spices, lightly nutty, hazelnuts, decent smell. full body, soft carbonation, slick mouthfeel. tastes lightly roasty, hazelnuts, bit dusty, some licorice, cardboardish, peppery. finishes lightly earthy bitter with notes of licorice and dusty notes. okish, but not overly exciting. not sure whats wrong here, but did not like it very much.

3.7
tfredvik (1941) - Oslo, NORWAY - DEC 4, 2016
Black body with a large, creamy, tan, long-lived head that laces the glass well. Dry, malty and strong aroma of dark roasted malt, coffee, dust and ash. Strong flavour of dark roasted malt, coffee and... hey, there are lots of hops in here as well! This is pretty close to a BIPA! The dark roasted malt is the dominant element here for sure, but there are also lots of citrus and other fruity notes, and pine needles. Fun! Medium body, dry texture and moderate carbonation. Nice!
[33 cl can, enjoyed 8 months before BB date, from Vinmonopolet Aker Brygge, Oslo]

4.1
Moolesen (558) - NETHERLANDS - DEC 3, 2016
Can 33cl. Black with a brown head. Lots of coffee, chocolate and hasselnuts in the aroma. Taste is following the aroma. The beer could have more body. It is not thin, but more body would suit this beer. Very pleasant finish

3.9
JackMandarin (388) - Aberdour, SCOTLAND - NOV 20, 2016
Can from Bridgend Services, Freuchie. Pours very, very dark brown. Viscous. Thin but tight, light-tan head. Aroma that is smokey, savoury and roasty......but with a lovely herbal hoppiness providing a little support. Coffee. Oxo stock cube. Hint of toasted coconut. Taste has light latte notes. A touch of vanilla ice cream. Burnt ginger bread. A little citrus...lemon, grapefruit. Really smooth. Fairly full mouthfeel. Creamy carbonation. Bit sherberty too. Burnt finish. Bitterness has real length. Alcohol is well hidden. Excellent stout.


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