crosamich (433) - Twin Falls, Idaho, USA - APR 27, 2012
Bottle is at least one year old that I know of. This drinks as a sweet beer but not heavy/under-attenuated. Moderate body, no head to speak of. Coats the mouth, vanilla and sweet caramelized. This is a beautiful departure from your average bourbon beer. I get the wood, vanilla and sweetness with the booziness. Give me the recipe so I can dub this beer please. DasBierChef (1083) - Hudson, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 3, 2012
Pours a deep dark red with thin white head. Aroma is full of bourbon and has a bit of malt, oak, vanilla, etc. Flavor is mellow up front but has a nice chorus of malty flavors that follow... caramel, chocolate, and deliciousness. I am never ever let down by these guys. New Glarus is quite possibly the finest brewery around. StevoSP (1) - - JAN 27, 2012 does not count
Only available in Wisconsin. Great flavor and aroma. Dont drink it right out of the fridge, pour it into a glass and let it warm up for 5 minutes or so, it really releases the flavor. corby112 (2804) - philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 13, 2012
Pours a cloudy dark ruby/chestnut brown color with mahogany edges and a half finger off-white head that quickly settles into a thin ring. Spotty lacing.
Complex aroma with a prominent barrel character that doesn’t overpower the sweet and roasted malt notes. Hints of toasted oak, vanilla and bourbon along with some caramel sweetness, chocolate malt, toffee burnt toast and hazelnut.
Medium bodied with some soft carbonation up font and a well integrated barrel presence that lingers throughout with becoming a booze bomb. Dry toasted oak along with some vanilla and coconut smooth out the sweet bourbon flavor and there are plenty of sweet and roasted malt notes underneath preventing it from becoming one dimensional. Hints of toffee, caramel, hazelnut, dark fruit and choclate as well as some dry, roasted coffee bean. Complex yet very easy to drink. AWISLguy (3109) - Wisconsin, USA - NOV 26, 2011
Bottle from Breeze Thru, cellar aged about a year. Pours reddish brown with many small bubbles not breaking the surface. Aroma has toffee, vanilla, vinious fruits. Taste brings vanilla, sour fruit, some caramel, some brown sugar. No bourbon-specific notes. Quite thin. Finishes sweet vanilla and somewhat fruity - not very long with any length being alcohol. Little "bock"y presence. My memory of having this fresh is it was better then.
fonefan (49293) - VestJylland, DENMARK - NOV 7, 2011
BeerCast_Rich (1906) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 18, 2011
Bottle 12fl.oz. @ [ Tasting by Fin & Loz ].
Unclear medium amber colour with virtually no head. Aroma is moderate malty, caramel, malt, alcohol, ripped fruit, oxidide malt. Flavour is moderate to heavy sweet and bitter with a long duration, fruit and berry sweet, malty. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft to flat, finish feel is light alcoholic. 
[355ml bottle courtesy of cgarvieuk] Copper coloured, thin head which reduces pretty quickly to a lacing. Bourbon and cheese on the nose – very strange. The whisky is certainly there, but that faint cheesiness is quite off-putting. Tart, sourish whisky palate. Funky – you can certainly taste the Brett. Yet sweet caramel in there as well. Alright – but maybe too much going on at one, there’s quite a clash in there  dantheman278 (1361) - SCOTLAND - OCT 15, 2011
Bottle at cgarvieuk tasting. Pale copper/gold, no head to speak of. Nose is slightly sulphuric, lots of raisin, big toffee. Similar flavours, slight alcohol burn. Not great. cgarvieuk (24462) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - OCT 15, 2011
bottle at home ... deep brown ... thin lacing ... cheesy bouron .... toffe malt nose ... funky sour tones ... brett ... soft toffee malt ... some dark sugers ... ok ... if a little weird. BelgianBeerGal (4066) - Panama City, Florida, USA - JUL 29, 2011
Traded bottle. Finally learned my lesson with these NG bottles and left the sediment in the bottle! Guess I can learn after all. Yep this is something pretty different and interesting. Traditional carmely bock with some faint bourbon notes and a hint of sour from the brett. There’s a lot going on here but I think they pulled it off nicely. Not sure on the age of this bottle but it seems very smooth and well "blended."