Lagerboy (2239) - British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 31, 2016
341 ml bottle, cellared 13 months. Hueless black brown, vanishing mocha foam. Dark roasty aroma with some treacle and chocolate. Taste is quite sweet but not cloying, dark roast, chocolate, vanilla, some alcohol. Thought I tasted graham cracker but never would’ve guessed that if I didn’t know. Soft carbonation, full bodied, low hopped. Smooth flavourful dessert beer. DNFL (Definitely Not For Lagerboys) bulldogops (2885) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 8, 2016
Rating #2269 - 2015.12.19 - Beer #19 in the 2015 P49/Central City Craft Crossing Beautiful dark brown pour with a weak bubbly tan brown head. Aroma is burnt sugar and vanilla bean, earth, molasses Palate is more of the same, lots of burnt sugar sweetness, little tartness from vanilla, soft cocoa note, and a load of roasty bitterness. Nice. beerplace (2394) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - APR 24, 2016
UPDATED: SEP 27, 2016 341ml bottle from the The Great Bear Liquor Store. Pours a very dark with a weak brown head. Aroma is sweets, liqueur, vegetable (dried tomatoes), dark fruits, caramel, roasted malt, slightly metallic. Taste is sweet, roasted malt, vegetable (dried tomatoes), dark fruits, slightly resin. Burnt malt, slightly smokey and veggie aftertaste. DuffMan (10936) - the land of bitumen, beef & beer, Alberta, CANADA - FEB 29, 2016
Bottle, craft beer advent calendar 2015. Deep dark brown, tan head. Sweet cocoa and burnt marshmallow, roasty undertones, velvety mouthfeel. An imperial sweet stout that works for me! Crit (4116) - Surrey, British Columbia, CANADA - FEB 21, 2016
Black,lasting brown head.Nose of light malt/light roast/light alcohol..Big bodied roast profile,quite sweet with medium alcohol heat
stantheman (1128) - British Columbia, CANADA - FEB 8, 2016
Tap paddle at St Augustine?s in Vancouver. A black beer with tan head. Can’t get no nose on this shorty, so over the gums. Yum! Deliciously sweet, tasting of chocolate and maybe a hint of coffee. An underlying fruitiness and low bitterness. Suuuweeet! Gerbeer (4217) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - FEB 6, 2016
Pours black with light head
Aromas of brown sugar and sweet dark malts
Flavors of graham crackers (as advertised) sweet molasses, vanilla and sweet dark toffee. Sticky. Really nice. sulawang (1217) - - JAN 5, 2016
Visual: Pours super dark brown with virtual no head, micro bubbles around the perimeter, some slow yet steady micro streams also around the perimeter.
Nose: thick sweet caramel malts. (lvl-8)-pungency
Attack: heavy-slick-oily, mild carbonation, subdued alcohol
Mid-palate: (lvl-8)-heavy sweetness, (MAIN) bitter alcohol detection, thick caramel barley malts
Finish: malty sweet finish.
Summary: Not really s’more-tasting by any stretch of the imagination. Maybe having a s’more at the same time might help, heck skip the beer. All I taste is thick heavy sweet malt, maybe hints of chocolate - no graham cracker or marshmallow. Too heavy without any real CO2 creaminess or vanilla to back it up. pictoman (1261) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JAN 3, 2016
Poured from 341mL bottle. Near black with minimal tan head. Mild leather and lactose. Light chocolate, some graham cracker and marshmallow. A little bit of a novelty, but pretty good none-the-less. Reeko (50) - British Columbia, CANADA - DEC 24, 2015
Pours pitch black with no head. Aroma of alcohol and chocolate. Taste is sweet,light smoke/graham crackers with a warm finish.low carbonation. Not that bad. You won’t want more than one in a night though.