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RATINGS: 191   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.45/5   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Sure.. the scientists have published essays, the philosophers poems, the naysayers flyers.. but here at the center of the Maui Brewing micro-verse, we are publishing the ultimate in doomsday aloha – this year’s last canned seasonal, Aloha B’ak’tun! The word aloha conveys both greeting and goodbye in the Hawaiian language and B’ak’tun refers to the 3000+year cycle of the Mayan Calendar which is ending. This apocalyptic Belgian-style stout is brewed with Hawaiian chocolate, locally-grown chipotle chilies and cinnamon spice.

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monk191 (2023) - Portland, Oregon, USA - MAY 3, 2013
A very unique beer. Pours a brown-black with a tan head. Smell is strange. Spices and chipotle, but not particularly appetizing. Taste is better. Lots of chipotle and some cinnamon. Some spicy aftertaste. Taste is better then the smell, interesting, but couldn't have too much. Had in the can. ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

4
TheBeerGod (6253) - Newport News, Virginia, USA - MAY 3, 2013
Can. Black pour with a tall, thick mocha colored head. Aroma is peppery spice, dark chocolate and roasted malt. Taste is peppers, dark chocolate, roasted malt, cocoa, soft cinnamon and chocolate milk. Body is medium but rather creamy and no real heat from the peppers. Ends with more pepper notes, chocolate cake, chocolate milk, soft cinnamon and roasted malt.

3.7
RABinCO (1511) - Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA - MAY 2, 2013
Can poured into a goblet. Pours ink black with with a slight brown head and loose lacing. Aroma is grassy, chocolate, spicy chile. Taste is bitter chocolate, chiles, cinnamon, espresso. Overall pretty great. Very drinkable.

1.9
Beaver (1828) - Fort Collins, Colorado, USA - APR 30, 2013
12 oz can. Pours inky black with a medium pillowy brown head that retains well and laces the glass.

The aroma is subdued - sweet and roasty chocolate malts and grains with some cinnamon.

The flavor is very off - cardboardy, mineral, vegetal malts with some roast and a hint of cinnamon and peppers. The mouthfeel is medium bodied and very watery.

Overall, I don’t know if I got a bad sample, but this was subdued and off. I really like the chocolate chili beers, but this didn’t have much to it.

3.8
mikem409 (2029) - bloomfield, Michigan, USA - APR 29, 2013
Can. Pours jet black gorgeous tan head. Aroma of chocolate and spice. Medium body slight heat and sweet cinnamon coco

3.7
TizzleJizzle (792) - Garland, Texas, USA - APR 27, 2013
Can at flying saucer Garland. Poured a black color with a khaki top. Taste of spice, coco, smoke, very complex! High carbonation, medium body. Rock on!

3.6
blutt59 (6576) - Dallas, Texas, USA - APR 26, 2013
Canned, dark brown with creamy tan foam, aroma is creamy pepper and chocolate, flavor is chocolate , little fresh peppers, some spices, creamy vanilla finish

2.8
GT (10002) - San Diego, California, USA - APR 25, 2013
355mL can. $4. Pours darker, clear cola near black. Larger latte head formation with surprisingly weak retention dwindling to practically nothing in under a minute. Nose is suddy detergent, hints of tar and ash. Hints of smoked meat. Taste is bitter soil, ash, watery body. Weak palate.

3.2
GandGKevin (934) - Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA - APR 25, 2013
Very tasty Belgian stout. Unique flavors that compliment the aromas. Let me turn down the thermostat and enjoy.

3.3
Theis (15152) - Frederiksberg, DENMARK - APR 25, 2013
Draught at Antenna America, Yokohama. Black - brown head. Metallic aroma. Chocolate. Nice malty. Roasted. Nice burned. Smokey. Dark chocolate. Ok bitterness. Thin finish.


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