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Original 1920
Brewed at Post Scriptum Brewery

Style: Black IPA
Aveiro, Portugal
Serve in Shaker, Tulip

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RATINGS: 7   MEAN: 3.44/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.26/5   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
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A black IPA full of flavour and unique style.

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3.6
Dbcwi88 (117) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - JAN 28, 2018
Lovely powerful aroma. Chocolate coffee roastiness. Taste is hop bitterness as roasted barley tannin at front. Residual sweetness combined with hoppy finish. Creamy stouty body and texture

4.4
Original1920 (7) - - MAY 7, 2017 does not count
Color: The color is a bit dark glue. Pure, clear liquor. Under the light you see countless ruby ​​reflections. Foam: Dark gray, fine-grained, fluffy and abundant. Foam seems to have no end. She surrounds the wall of the cup with huge chains. A thick, at least 3 cm shell is hanging over the beer. Revelation! Smell: Simcoe Till and Die! A very resinous aroma, strong decayed scent of pine twigs. At the opposite pole, chocolate dessert notes, a touch of citrus and spicy hops. On the gray tip of a lightly scorched caramel. Taste: Taste primarily resin, forest, pine needles and larch. Continue with single citrus and spicy notes. There are also some dark malts and roasted corn, and hence the suggestions of roasted sunflower. Burnt caramel also present in large quantities. Gentle is massive, a little too long. Finish long, slightly astringent, eminently resinous, and also burned with malts. Moderate body, oily texture. Strongly iced IPA, very bitter Saturation: low to medium.

4.6
winterluso (3) - PORTUGAL - MAY 7, 2017 does not count
dark brown, mahogany edges. Large brown rocky head, high retention. Aroma intensity 3.5/5. Toast, coffee, grass and a little of citrus and truffle in the nose. Heavy bitter. Spot on carbonation. Oily texture. Medium-full body

2.8
cervmagpt (950) - PORTUGAL - OCT 18, 2016
Review based on the BJCP2015 guidelines (style 21: black IPA). Bottle 33 cl - Batch L15028. AROMA: moderate roasty malt aroma with a dark chocolate character. very faint hop presence with an oxidized note. APPEARANCE: very dark brown color and clear with ruby body against light. Large, moussy, brown head with good retention. TASTE: medium to medium-high roasted malt flavor with a coffee character. medium-low herbaceous hop notes and slightly oxidized. medium-high bitterness with a roasted and almost dry finish. PALATE: medium body with medium-high carbonation. OVERALL: a nice black IPA malt-wise but where the hops have already departed. demands re-tasting.

3.5
CH-303 (2429) - Fribourg, SWITZERLAND - OCT 10, 2016
Appearance: Very dark brown, good amount of creamy dark tan head.
Aroma: Dark malt, roasted, chocolate.
Taste: Dark malt, roasted, dark chocolate. Light bitterness, in the beginning, so borderline porter for me. More bitterness later, putting it back into Black IPA land..
Bought: Trade with Andre - thanks!, 330 ml
Info: 8/10-2016, BB: 1/12-2016

3.9
Bubeer (497) - - SEP 26, 2016
Inscrutable dark brown, mahogany edges. Large brown rocky head, high retention. Aroma intensity 3.5/5. Toast, coffee, grass and a little of citrus and truffle in the nose. Heavy bitter. Spot on carbonation. Oily texture. Medium-full body

3.7
ruigo (3080) - PORTUGAL - AUG 30, 2016
33cl bottle. Deep brown/black colour with a small thin tan head. Average retention. Roasted malts, dark chocolate and herbal aroma. Average carbonation and medium body. Taste is bittersweet with chocolate notes. Dry and bitter finish with roasted notes. Light astringent. Overall, a good beer.

3.3
fombe89 (4340) - Asturias, SPAIN - JUL 11, 2016
On tap @Artbeerfest 2016, Caminha Color negro, sabor herbal, torrefacto, cuerpo medio.

3.3
Taboada (1571) - Compostela (Galiza), SPAIN - JUL 11, 2016
Tasted from the tap on the 08/07/2016 at Caminha Artbeerfest 2016. Dark brown colour with a medium beige head. Aroma of roasted malts and chocolate. Taste is medium hoppy with a lot of chocolate. Next one please!


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