Travlr (25745) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - JUL 21, 2010
From notes. Tap at Birreria Paradiso Jan 08. Pours golden yellow, medium white head. Aroma of malt, white pepper. Taste is malty, slight bitter finish. Easy to drink. Changed names shortly after this, if I remember corrctly. Lubiere (14133) - Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 8, 2009
A dark brown stout with a thick creamy moka head. A pleasant aroma of cherries, chocolate, lightly sour, with a light funk, very classy. In mouth, a nice bitter choclate with light Brett notes, cherries, medium bodied. Tap at BCTC 2009 argo0 (14127) - Washington DC, USA - SEP 16, 2009
(BCTC, draft) Medium tan head atop cola dark brown body. Aroma is moderately sweet, bittersweet chocolate, cherry, light funk. Taste is moderately sweet, bittersweet chocolate, some earthy, light cherry. Smooth medium body. Drake (14057) - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 6, 2009
Served on draft at the Thirsty Monk in Asheville. Glad to see this still available in a liberal-leaning town 6 weeks after the inauguration. A fitting tribute to what was a transformational moment for millions. Pours a deep, dark brown color with a large ran head. Good retention and lacing. Aroma of caramel, toffee and dark fruits. Taste is dark roasted malts, toffee, bitter hops, prunes, raisin and a faint herbal note. Full bodied with a sticky texture. j12601 (13027) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - APR 1, 2009
Mini growler from Half-Time. Pours a dark chocolate brown with a large tanned brown head. Light roasted malt, bakers chocolate, and a little bit of hops on the nose. Chocolate, but not overpowering or super sweet. Hint of stone fruit, sweetness, and a little bit of alcohol. Finishes lightly with a little bit of bitterness and a touch more sweetness.
hopdog (12953) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - MAR 4, 2009
On tap at Capone’s.
Poured a deeper brown color with red edges and an averaged sized off white head. Aromas of roast, chocolate, yeast, and some cherries. Tastes of chocolate, roast, cherries, caramel, and fruity. Lacing left on the glass. Sammy (12596) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 25, 2009
Enjoyed on-tap at Coles. Creamy, fuller mouth porter-stout with kriek. Complex. The taste delivers what I didn’t get in the aroma. Dark colour, of course. DocLock (10968) - Lower Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania, USA - AUG 19, 2009
Draft notes from DRE. Pours blackish wih dark brown edges and off-khaki head. Nose is roasty dark malt, chocolate, cherry. Tastes dark malty, with a lof of cacao and dark choc syrup flavors, plus some spicy notes and a tart cherry/blackberry undercurrent. Complex and well balanced, this one was unique and enjoyable. kp (10881) - Woodstock, Georgia, USA - JUL 19, 2009
jercraigs (10731) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JAN 28, 2009
Date: June 10, 2009
Source: Taco Mac, Old Milton
Appearance: black, fint tan head with frothy edges, bits of lace
Aroma: chocolate aroma with a light cherry tartness
Flavor: rich chocolate flavor, touch of chocolate powder character, light sweetness helps to bring out the chocolate, just a hint of the cherry tartness in the finish
Aroma: 6/10; Appearance: 7/10; Flavor: 7/10; Palate: 6/10; Overall: 13/20
2009-01-24. Very dark brown-black body with a modest tan head. Sweetish aroma dark fruity notes, mild roasty touches, lightly dusty. (7+) Flavour is on the sweet side with just a touch of dry roast, sweet fruity notes and a light bitterness in the finish. (7+) Smooth medium bodied palate with pleasant carbonation. Solid overall, little bit quirky in the middle but quite enjoyable. Tap at Coles Rare Beer Fest, Buffalo
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