Brewed at Lervig Aktiebryggeri

Style: Imperial Stout
Copenhagen, Denmark
Serve in Snifter


on tap

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RATINGS: 337   WEIGHTED AVG: 4.13/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 364   ABV: 12.12%
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Viper666 (3286) - Richelieu, Quebec, CANADA - MAR 25, 2016
Où, Quand, Comment : Bouteille, dégustée le 10/30/2013.
Visuel : Couleur : noire. Apparence : opaque.
Arôme : Malt rôti, chocolat, fruité (raisins), boisé (cognac), léger herbeux, notes de fumées de bois.
Goût : En entrée de bouche : Léger goût fruité (petits fruits confits) avec des notes épicées et fumées. Une dominante maltée de malt rôti et de chocolat est présente avec un léger goût boisé (cognac) ainsi que des notes herbeuses et de caramel brûlé.
En bouche : Corps : ronde. Effervescence : douce. Texture : sirupeuse. Finale : longue, composée d’une légère amertume de rôti et d’alcool avec des notes épicées et fruitées.

czar (9059) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 21, 2016
pours oily black with a resilient dark beige cap offering minimal retention, sticky lacing with residues. burnt raisins, burnt caramel, lots of burnt red fruitiness as well - perhaps fro cognac; roasted soybeans, soy sauce, salt, floral alcohol, spices - aniseed. low carbonation, full body; warming and spicy finish. very solid BA salty stout.

Sammy (12195) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - FEB 13, 2016
Thick RIS, and it looks it. Calvados not imposing but rounds out the stout. Very rich and worth seeking out.

Jorn69 (3151) - Ängelholm, SWEDEN - FEB 12, 2016
UPDATED: MAR 11, 2016 Backlog, early amateur rating! @ Havregatan 20130405. Bottle from Systembolaget. Roasted malty, coffee, cognac.

Florya (2023) - Oslo, NORWAY - JAN 12, 2016
How: bottle Appearance: pitch black with no head. Aroma: intense cherry and grape smell, dried fruits, nuts, grass and some chocolate in the back. Palate: almost a full body, low carbonation.

FatPhil (16102) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - DEC 31, 2015
250ml bottle (Drink Shop,Tallinn) 2012 batch
Woh, pure booze coming off this as I pour and bring it close to my nose, cognac heat. Closer up, it’s ashily burnt, raw and charcoaly. Black, brief brown head, looks like obsidian in the glass. Flat palate, slick and oily, carbonation nowhere. Rich burnt roast taste, fortunately not aggressively astringent.Leaves cocoa-powder on the tongue in the finish. Some burntness, and some alcoholic vapours. A bit of a mess, but the glass is finishable. Glad it’s shared 3-ways though,

Marduk (7694) - Reval, ESTONIA - DEC 31, 2015
250ml bottle. Pitch black color. Small to medium head, stays. Sweet, roast, butterscotch, toffee, biscuits and dusty in aroma. Biscuits, roast, dried toffee, almonds, chocolate cake and dusty in taste. Long lasting dusty sweet roast in aftertaste. Taste is bit weird. With every sip it gets more and more boozy. Sweet and boozy brew.

popway (212) - California, USA - DEC 26, 2015
A heavyweight contender, had on tap at Mikkeller Bar Now enjoying this small potent 12% bottle at home What I noticed is the thick black pour w no head and the residue on the glass was an orange hue. The aroma is sweet and fine spirits A sipper une grande. Unagi on the tongue

hackobock (4029) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - DEC 11, 2015
December 11, 2015. Bottle,
Pitch black with a small dense dark brown head. Aroma is dark chocolate, cognac, dark sugars, licorice, wood, soy, notes of baked pears, figs and prunes. Taste is bitter and salty with a light sweetness. Finish is roasted bitterness, dark chocolate, coffee, some ash and wood, salty soy and licorice notes, hints of sweet prunes and molasses, lasting salty and bitter roasted notes. Full bodied, very thick and viscous, almost flat carbonation.
Quite intense imperial stout with a quite salty and bitter finish. A bit too viscous which lowers the drinkability.

corby112 (2804) - philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - DEC 1, 2015
Pitch black and completely opaque with a two finger frothy mocha head that very slowly settles into a thick, lasting ring. Very good retention for style and ABV, coating the glass with streaks of soapy lacing. Very impressive looking. Sweet boozy aroma with a really nice barrel character that’s decently integrated into the stout characteristics. Lots of spirit/cognac along with some bourbon, toasted coconut, marshmallow and subtle charred oak/toothpick. Little bit of vanilla and the spirit really comes through without obliterating the stout characteristics. Underneath, there’s a nice balance of roasted and silky malt sweetness. Gourmet coffee beans with bitter dark chocolate, oatmeal and burnt toast. Also some dessert-like sweetness with caramel, hazelnut and chocolate cake. Nice complexity and balance in the nose of this beer. Slightly chewy/viscous full body with a flavor profile that’s very similar to the aroma. Barrel is more subtle but the flavors are there and nicely integrated into the base. Very nice cognac/spirit flavor without being overly boozy or overpowering. Subtle dry oak along with coconut and vanilla bean. Slight creamy texture with the malt profile a bit weaker than expected. Subtle roast countered by very strong sweetness and boozy heat in the finish. Somewhat burnt dry malt flavor with deeply roasted coffee and roasted nut but the sweetness counters. Light chocolate, dark fruit, caramel and burnt sugar along with boozy heat in the finish. A bit hot for my liking but the high ABV is relatively well masked. Easier to drink after it warms. Nice barrel flavor that doesn’t dominate letting the other flavors come through. Decent mouthfeel but it’s too sweet and needs more roast for balance. Otherwise, this is another solid barrel aged beer from Mikkeller.

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