Spence_Man (16) - - AUG 6, 2014
I’ve had a few Chocolate Stouts and this one may not be the best but it’s a great Stout nontheless. You can definitely taste the sweet chocolate and malt flavors. Isn’t too strong but comes on a little sweet so anyone who dislikes a sweeter flavor might not enjoy this route. I really enjoyed the lingering aftertaste which is super smooth. Almost like I’d just eaten a Hershey’s bar. Fratto (2845) - Arlington, Texas, USA - JUL 30, 2014
Big Texas Beer Fest. Dark pour with a brown head. Aroma is kinda chocolate and malty. Taste is chocolate, light vanilla, a little bland. beer0clock (142) - Canterbury, Kent, ENGLAND - JUL 26, 2014
This is a very well made beer, it’s smooth and you don’t taste the 8.5% at all. That gets you later. It’s very drinkable and is like chocolate milkshake which is too be expected, also tastes a bit like port and marmite but then I’m strange. Not much noticeable carbonation but then it is thick and jet black with a small initial cream head that contrasts nicely with the stout. No lacing either but it is kinda sticky and sweet like an actual choc bar. Nice as a dessert which is what I had this as but unless it was cold out I don’t see myself drinking this one again for a while. a_cross (639) - Poole, Dorset, ENGLAND - JUL 5, 2014
Black, burnt ring of fizzy bubbles; aroma is milk chocolate; taste is milk chocolate and fruity resinous hops; well carbonated for a stout; thick, yet light and surprisingly easy drinking; nicely sweet; pretty good. islay (3312) - Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA - JUN 30, 2014
12 oz. bottle, consumed on 6-29-14. Scents of dark chocolate, charcoal, a touch of tobacco, and orange. Good smell but pretty much standard stuff for a stout. It does not seem particularly chocolate milk-like in the aroma. Pours a very dark brown, nearly black, with a small amount of light tan head. The taste, however, has an unmistakable milk chocolate element. Sweet flavor of chocolate and caramel and a touch of tartness. Roasted malt taste. Goes a bit too far in the dessert direction, but still enjoyable. A bit of alcohol noticeable in the taste. Medium body. Lively in the palate. In fact, it is excessively lively and sharp as well as excessively filling and difficult to drink. Overall, Odell Lugene Chocolate Milk Stout seems like it should be a very good beer, but it doesn’t do it for me, and it’s hard for me to put my finger on why.
rdixon77 (3141) - Georgia, USA - JUN 29, 2014
Nice beer that delivers what it promises...it is chocolatey, milky, and stouty. Dark brown pour. Aroma has espresso, lactose, and sweet milk chocolate. Taste adds some berry fruitiness. Nice finish and creamy mouthfeel. Great dessert. Beerhunter111 (23987) - Beerland, GERMANY - JUN 28, 2014
Ins Glas ergießt sich ein sehr dunkel rötlichbraunes Bier mit durchschnittlicher beigen Schaumkrone. Geruch röstmalzig, süß schokoladig, Vanille, Kaffee. Geschmack sehr schokoladig, röstmalzig süß, Karamell, reife Früchte, Vanille. Gskelton (13) - Texas, USA - JUN 22, 2014
The more I drink it the better I like it. Not my favorite chocolate stout. Samuel Smiths is hard to best. dalekliz (929) - New Jersey, USA - JUN 14, 2014
Bottle. Pours an inky black with a large fizzy tan head that fades. Big aroma of chocolate, berries, sugar, wood. Taste is sweet and rich, of milk chocolate, brown sugar, toasted malt, dark fruits, yeast. Nice carbonation. Lingering sweet creamy chocolate-malt. Very tasty. patricks110 (2881) - Alberta, CANADA - JUN 14, 2014
An awesome brew on tap. A dark heavy black body with a solid creamy off tan head. The nose is rich and well roasted with a certain lactose note and a hint of espresso. Smooth and creamy middle with a less so roasted note and alot of creamy lactose flavour. The finish has some solid bitterness. Overall a great brew.