oobawa (1653) - Tennessee, USA - OCT 18, 2017
Tasty coffee porter, rich and roasted with deep veins of chocolate and java, layering unsweetened cocoa with a mildly vinous coffee acidity. Stays resolutely dry, finishing with a strong swipe of dark roast bitterness offset by the mildest hint of caramel-laced dark chocolate. Pours black with brown edges and a thin beige head leaving slight lace. Nose is straight black coffee goodness. Feel is a tad on the thin side but manageable. Good beer. williamstome (1958) - Denver, Colorado, USA - OCT 15, 2017
Very dark brown pour, brown head. Aroma of coffee, flavor of coffee, roasted malt and cocoa. Okay, kind of boring. dfearnley (2284) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 11, 2017
First I'm hit with a bacon and maple aroma and then some smoky wood arises. Finally, coffee and cream are there too. Taste is quite different, at least, it starts that way with blackberry and some earthy bitterness before the coffee comes out. But that isn't quite as strong as you would expect with coffee in the name. Then the aftertaste is quite sweet and funky. HourGlass13 (1009) - North Carolina, USA - OCT 8, 2017
Pours up a dark brown, nearly black, with a nice foamy tan head. Aroma is caramel and chocolate, some coffee. Body is medium to medium heavy, texture is a bit oily. The taste is lots of milk chocolate, and coffee. Maybe a hint of vanilla. Creamy. Carbonation is soft and finish is balanced with light sweetness and bitterness. Maybe a bit of smoke and heat. A super nice porter. malrubius (2983) - Springfield, Vermont, USA - OCT 6, 2017
Can from Brewfest Bev. Near black with lasting dense head and a little lace. Roasted coffee burnt caramel with a hint of woody ash and smoke. Medium-heavy burnt caramel sweetness with subdued dark fruit and medium-heavy roasted coffee bitterness. Slick and full bodied. Not bad for an overly-coffeed porter.
VertBaconStrips (2395) - Blerkablerka, VENEZUELA - SEP 26, 2017
Lets crush this. Had the other 3 an unknown time in the past... possibly during my larval stage. Mellow malt, mild roasted and coffee that even though I don't drink coffee AND am not a fan of coffee based beers I noticed quickly that this needed more coffee. Tastes better thanks to a solid malty base, balanced roast and just enough coffee. Seriously wanted a crazy coffee bomb so I'm actually disappointed. Fairly smooth like rubbing an old cats tummy on your pathetic attempt of a beard that grows like typical asian facial hair. I don't know what that means. qwalf. Not the first time I've been let down by the lore of Oskar brews. Hopefully it's the last time. orda (36) - - SEP 23, 2017
Appearance: black; slight head
Taste: hint of coffee: not too Hoppy
9/23/17 - Beerhead (Elmhurst, IL) $6.50
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355ml can. Black with a thin rocky brown head. Nose has coffee, chocolate, caramel, roast and nut. Taste is of roasted malt, light coffee, chocolate, touch of caramel, a little toasty. Roasty and dry finish. Nice, but the coffee wasn't as bold as I expected, still an solid porter. balloonbuffoon (530) - - SEP 10, 2017
12floz can bought for $275, I didn't check the date (COD: 12.03.2015) - I wouldn't have bought at this price point if I had checked, I've had before and thought it was pretty good then. Poured into a mug glass, head fades fast to a ring along the top of a very dark brown body. Smells like molasses. Tastes sweet and roasty - generic coffee, and oatmeal cookies. This would be couple ticks better if fresh, but it still holds up well as a porter with a thicker body. gepajerry (18) - Oklahoma, USA - AUG 31, 2017
Nice aroma and head. That's the best thing I can say for this beer. Too much coffee and not enough of anything else. Very thin palate, watery finish. Not my kind of beer.
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