Mikkeller Black Hole Barrel Aged Edition White Wine

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Mikkeller
Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij

Style: Imperial Stout
Copenhagen, Denmark
Serve in Snifter

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RATINGS: 218   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.82/5   EST. CALORIES: 393   ABV: 13.1%
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3.6
GenDV138 (7284) - Falls Church, Virginia, USA - FEB 23, 2017
Bottle shared for Allagash’s Drink It Now Day. Dark brownish black color. Aromas of white wine, raisins, dark fruit. Tastes of dark fruit, raisins, light wine, dark chocolate. Medium-light body with a dry finish.

4
phaleslu (10264) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - MAY 9, 2016
375 ml bottle purchased from The Wine and Cheese Place in 2010 or 2011. Opened blindly alongside all other variants. Pours a deep, nearly opaque dark brown with minimal tan head that settles into a ring. This one has notes of dried dark fruit, fudge, caramel, wood, chocolate, and honey. Medium-bodied, with low carbonation and a sweet, smooth, coating mouthfeel. My guess was Red Wine, given the fruitiness and woodiness, but it was the White Wine, which seemed obvious after the fact. Damn.

3.7
Nickls (2535) - Alexandria, Virginia, USA - MAY 6, 2016
Tap. Foamy medium tan head, black/brown opaque body. Lots of chocolate, roast, bit of woodiness and light vinous qualities in the aroma. Flavor starts out a bit vinous, but lessens in that regard moving to toast, roasted coffee beans, some toffee sweetness, dark chocolate and a slightly sour woodiness. Medium to heavier viscous body.

3.5
ClubGonzo (5670) - Bergen, NORWAY - MAY 5, 2016
Bottle, shared with BBGTC. Pitch black body, small beige head. Nose is licorice, alcohol, wood, caramel, biscuits, grains and hints of tar, leather, dark syrup and black currants. Taste is dry cocoa, espesso, dark chocolate, wood and hints of dry sour grainy notes. Very sharp. Medium to full body, parching mouthfeel, soft carbonation. Too dry and parching in its cocoa/dark chocolate complexity, but the aroma is very nice though.

3.7
tmrmwel (2089) - Bergen, NORWAY - FEB 19, 2016
Bottle, 2011, shared with BBGTC. Pours black, with a very small creamy mocha head. Aroma is dark roasted malts with bread, cocoa, dark fruits, liquorice and muscovado, as well as some vanilla and leather. Medium to full body, with soft carbonation. Flavour is dark roasted malts and wooden barrels with some slight sour white wine grapes, as well as dry cocoa, coffee and molasses.

3.8
Inbreak (6025) - Loddefjord, NORWAY - FEB 18, 2016
18.02.2016, 0,375l bottle (2011 vintage) shared @ BBGTC tasting:
Nice slightly bubbly mediumlasting head. Aroma is slightly sweet, dark sugar, dark fruits, licorice, dark malts, oak, bark, burnt sugar, minerals. Taste is slightly sour-ish sweet, weeds, licorice, dark fruits, dark sugar, dark malts, oak, minerals, alcohol, bark. Medium bitterness, slightly dry boozy mouthfeel. Nice.

4.2
Erzengel (8744) - Wuppertal, GERMANY - JAN 9, 2016
Intense dark in the glass, dry fruity winey nose. The beer starts intense heavy. Deep and fresh with lots of sourish wood and dark black malt. A nice balance between woody wine and dark roasted beer. Long but soft aftertaste, intense and fruity, deep, long lasting with a great smooth woody-fresh and roasted malty finish!

4
radiomgb (2686) - Peterborough, Ontario, CANADA - JUN 13, 2015
375ml bottle from the Premier Gourmet in Buffalo, New York. Deep black in colour with a thin tan head, good lacing. The aroma is fairly sweet and woody, some alcohol, light fruity sourness, some smoke. The flavour has some grape skin tartness to it, still lots of roasted malts, some chocolate, a bit acidic. Sweet mouthfeel, medium/light body, moderate carbonation. Finishes long, sweet, acidic and roasty. This one was weird for sure. The wine barrel gives this an acidic twist. It grows on you.

4
Svesse (8601) - Hässelby, SWEDEN - MAR 15, 2015
(Bottle) Pitch black colour with lasting, dense, beige head. Malty, roasted nose with strong black coffee, liquorice, cacao, tar, dark fruit and oak wood. Malty, roasted taste with black coffee, liquorice, cacao, tar, resin and slightly tart flavours of sour grapes and white wine. Solid resiny coffee bitterness in the finish. A warming touch of alcohol shining through. Full body, slightly oily mouthfeel. A certain sweetness coming through. Tasty and quite heavy with the white wine character coming through more in the mouth than in the nose. Very nice.

4.6
Mjp12 (1865) - York, North Yorkshire, ENGLAND - OCT 25, 2014
Aroma is thick with chocolate and coffee, with just a faint hint of its time in the wine barrels. However the bitterness from the wine really cuts through the beer , making it dangerously drinkable.


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