jhliesen (836) - West Melbourne, Florida, USA - DEC 29, 2013
Can--second beer purchased at the Brevard brewery. Deep, ruby, brown color with a slightly less than medium head and low carbonation. Lots of chocolate and malt in the aroma with a touch of coffee. The taste follows with a nice belt of hops to give you a bit of a surprise at the end of the drink. Nice brew on a cold (for me) Carolina evening. TURDFERGUSON (4068) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - DEC 3, 2013
Bottle shaped can thanks to john boy and Oskar blues. Drank from the bottle at dmitri’s house after work. Tastes roasty, quite resinous, piney, light coffee notes. A little harsher than I would prefer on the palate. Okay, but id probably rather have a dales. TBone (18559) - Pori, FINLAND - NOV 28, 2013
Can 473ml PBFVIIIemacgee (4711) - Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA - NOV 18, 2013
Dark ruby, small beige head. Grassy, hoppy aroma. Medium-bodied. Caramel in front, hoppy - resiny. LIngering resiny bitterness.
Pours a soft hazy brown with one finger of frothy tan head. Nose definitely showing some hops, woody and dank notes dominate with some citrus rind and green notes. A touch of biscuity grain and light cacao show as well. Woody hop notes dominate the flavor with some heady hops showing too. Moderately bitter with some peanut hull on the finish. madmitch76 (26413) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 31, 2013
26th August 2013
Beersiveknown (5309) - NORTHERN IRELAND - OCT 30, 2013
Opaque dark brown beer with a good pale tan head. The head has a good dose of chocolatey malt and a whisper of coffee. Nice citric nose. Palate is smooth and fairly dry. Taste pretty much follows the nose and the head! A nice mixture of orange citric hops and chocolatey malt. Little coffee. Finishes smooth and dry. Tasty.
Can from brewdog onlinejeremyh70 (1115) - Missouri, USA - OCT 13, 2013
Murky chestnut with beige head. Piney hops with some simcoe orange. Medium carbonation and body, fairly sweet, orange sherbet, pithy hops, dry slightly chalky finish.
Poured brown with some ruby highlights, a good off white head and lacing. Aroma is definitely hop forward and somewhat dank and piney with an underlying malt character. Taste is hoppy also with pine, a bit of citrus and fairly big bitterness. Some brown ale roasted malt and chocolate flavors are detectable but are overpowered by the hops. Finishes dry with a bitter aftertaste. Mouthfeel was smooth with a medium body and carbonation. Tasted more like a black IPA than a brown ale. Not bad but I’d rather have a traditional brown ale. kambei70 (1136) - - OCT 12, 2013
The Deuce is a limited-release Hopped-Up Brown Ale and the second craft beer (following the pair’s CHAKA Belgian-Style Ale release) to be packaged in the Alumi-Tek® re-sealable pint bottle from Ball Corporation. Limited quantities of the Hopped-Up Brown Ale will be available at Oskar Blues locations (Tasty Weasel Taproom, Home Made Liquids & Solids, Grill & Brew) and in Sun King’s home market during the 2012 Great American Beer Festival week while supplies last.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone cgarvieuk (26365) - Edinburgh, SCOTLAND - SEP 21, 2013
Screw top can at home... Deep brown... Thin tan lacing... Dry woody crystal malt nose... Sweet roast... Woody toffee roast... Dry bitterness... Not my thing at all finol (3524) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - SEP 4, 2013
Alu bottle at Taylor & Jones with the Twist.
Pours dark Brown with a small tan head.
Taste and aroma is dominated by milk chocolate drink, with some orange hops. Creamy but a bit too Sharp carbonation. Usualy Im not a fan of hoppy Brown ales, but this was more of a chocolatey hoppy black IPA or a light hoppy IS.