esjaygee (3902) - Oak Creek, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 11, 2011
Dark brown with a mammoth quickly fading brown head that dissipates into nothing. Aroma of roasted barley, dark malts, chocolate and oatmeal. Taste is full bodied with deep dark malts, some dark chocolate, notes of peat and everything is pretty roasted. Tasty enough, not a bad offering. BigBeer45 (1585) - Michigan, USA - MAR 4, 2011
12 oz. bottle,
Sasquatch has a black-brown pour that is opaque and made a two finger tan colored head, this beer is dark as most stouts are but I can see lots of little bubbly strings flowing up the sides of the glass, it left spots and small fingers of lacing on the glass as I drank, there was no sediment in the bottle,
the aromas were dry chocolate, roasted malt, and some oatmeal, there is a little malt sweetness and faint dark sugar sweetness in the background,
the flavors consisted of roasted malt, chocolate, and coffee with brown sugar and dark caramel sweetness, there was a little hint of licorice,
this beer has a nice mouth feel,
Sasquatch is a very nice stout beer.
patrick767 (4474) - fort wayne, Indiana, USA - FEB 28, 2011
bottle - Pours black with a tan head. It smells of dark roast malt and hints of chocolate. Sweet roast malt is balanced by hops the some dryness from the roast. It’s medium bodied and overall a very tasty though not great stout. Allara (148) - New Jersey, USA - FEB 23, 2011
12oz bottle pours dark black with a thin tan head. Deep roasted malt aroma with hints of licorice, coffee and minor dark chocolate notes. Medium body, not too think or chewy with a dry bitter finish. Bitter cocoa up font that gives way to a very dry roasted flavor that has a very dry and bitter coffee finish. I like my stouts a bit chewier with less of a dry finish. However, if you are a fan of coffee stouts and dry/bitter stouts then I would definitely recommend checking this beer out. Overall: (B) blipp (9904) - La Mesa, California, USA - FEB 17, 2011
Bottle. Pours near black with a tan head. Sweet and roasty malty aroma. The flavor has roasted malt, some sweet malts, floral hops, and some light charry notes. Pretty good.
Ughsmash (7502) - Pewaukee, Wisconsin, USA - FEB 8, 2011
Bottled. Poured deeper brown with a nice, creamy cap of khaki head. The aroma picked up sweeter chocolate, oats, and black patent malts, with a light dose of oxidation beneath.. soft and very approachable. The flavor found more sweet chocolate, coffee, and oats at the core.. dry-roasted, lightly bitter coffee on the tasty finish.. none of the flavor really popped, but it was sweet and enjoyable overall. Medium-ish bodied, sweet, and dry on the palate.. OK feel and flow.. I’d drink more. BREWMUSKCLES (2759) - New Jersey, USA - JAN 10, 2011
very nice flavor of roots with cocoa. a taste of licorice and a dishwater hop flavor with a tingle on the tongue. a light coffee flavor and a moderate refreshing yet mildly creamy mouthfeel. foamy thicke enough head. this is good stout. nice moderate alcohol and creamy finsih. dmac (6577) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - JAN 2, 2011
12 oz bottle from Monaghans. Poured a good looking deep solid black with an average sized foamy light beige head. Aroma is very subtle with some Ovaltine chocolate powder, dark fruit juice and burnt toast. Nice palate with a full creamy mouthfeel and light carbonation. Flavor isn’t as chocolatey as the aroma but it’s there along with lightly burnt toast, dark fruit juice. Decent enough especially considering their amateur homebrew offering of an ipa. hayduke (5731) - Eureka, California, USA - DEC 27, 2010
Bottle courtesy of Strykzone via a trade. Contact brewed by Sand Creek. This stout poured a jet black with a decent tan head and light lacing .Nose of chocolate malts. Bold with a good smooth mouthfeel. Flavor is chocolate with some nuts and a little ripe fruit. Bitter finish. Nicely done. Guerde (1297) - Leuven, BELGIUM - DEC 23, 2010
(bottle) Pours black with a very thin tan head with minimal lacing, but swirling does improve retention. Aroma is an intense blast of chocolate. Chocolate brownie, chocolate syrup, and some chocolate covered roasted almonds. Swirling reveals some roastier edges of the stout with a bit of dark roasted coffee and roasted malt being revealed. Flavor follows suit, but the chocolate is dialed down in comparison to the potency displayed in the aroma. Roasty edge at the mid and on the finish is a bit astringent, ashy, and dry. The thin mouthfeel doesn’t help to buffer this unpleasantness. Alcohol shines a bit on the finish as well. Overall this beer is nice to smell, but not that pleasant to drink.