GarrettB (1665) - San Diego, California, USA - NOV 28, 2013
February 5th, 2012 - It may have happened sometime in the past, but like wayward travel, I don’t necessarily remember having a dry hopped imperial stout. Foggy memories of beer labels from Deschutes and subsequent searches on Wikipedia illuminated the mystery of ry hopping, but the dry hopped imperial stout is, to me in the here and now, something new. And the flavors it produces are similarly unexplored. On the nose, this deep black brew (made even blacker by the lazy, dim lighting of Pizza Port’s restaurant) rolls out a creamy, heavy sassafras, spiked with raisins and made especially pointed with the aroma of whiskey and whiskey barrels. Bringing my face down a bit, I take a sip of the brew, heavily laced with the force of oak and barrel aging (though whether this spent any time incarcerated in a barrel, I cannot say.) Alcohol cuts its way through the flavor, and the palate is dry, but heavy, with all the personality of a thick jawed and joweled bureaucrat, and the booziness of an acoholic. Dried pine cones and flakes of dessicated pine sap add a welcome botanical touch, but the brutality of the oak and bourbon threatens to overpower the pine at every turn. Even so, this is bold beer, and the effort to dry hop it has succeeded, if only barely and tenously. brokensail (16670) - Dublin, California, USA - SEP 18, 2012
Pours a black color with a khaki head. Really nice hop aromas of citrus peel, floral hops, and pine. A mild grassiness, too. There is a good imperial stout base to it of cocoa powder, roasted malt, and licorice. The flavor is a bit on the dry side. Roasted malt and cocoa, maybe a touch of licorice are the main stout components, otherwise it’s fairly hoppy. Plenty of citrus, pine, and floral hop notes with a moderate bitterness. More like a black IPA than a stout. But, I enjoyed it. sunevdj (4137) - Copenhagen OE, DENMARK - SEP 16, 2012
On tap at Sour and Bitter 2012. Pours an opaque black with an off-white head. Bitter with some sweetness. Aromas of toffee and coffee with hints of molasses. Medium bodied with a slick mouthfeel. Medium carbonation. Dry finish. fonefan (51599) - VestJylland, DENMARK - AUG 20, 2012
hallinghansen (3431) - Odense SV, DENMARK - JUL 29, 2012
Draught @ [ Sour&Bitter 2012 ] @ Refshalevej 163A, 1432 Copenhagen K, Denmark.
Clear dark brown colour with a average, frothy, good lacing, mostly lasting, off-white head. Aroma is moderate to light heavy malty, chocolate, light to moderate roasted, moderate hoppy, orange - citrus. Flavour is moderate to heavy sweet and bitter with a average to long duration, chocolate. Body is medium, texture is oily, carbonation is soft. 
Tap @ Sour & Bitter. Dark brown body with no head. Aroma is booze, spices, roast. Flavor is bitter, booze, spices, coffee, roast.
Peacehammer (627) - California, USA - MAY 21, 2012
On tap at Pizza Port Ocean Beach. Pitch black, with fast dissipating tan head. I’m getting some hops on the nose, but not a ton. Flavor is very dark chocolate an coffee, and lots of roasted flavor. Backend hop bitterness but nothing too intense. It is a bitter beer though, and an impressive one. Kronebryg (1123) - Sorgenfri, DENMARK - MAY 21, 2012
@ sour&Bitter: Little head, black. nose is elegang chocko anf coffee with light licorice, Medium body and some length. Taste is sweet finnish licorice, coffee and a light green pepper. Nice and wellballanced. kappldav123 (6135) - GERMANY - MAY 21, 2012
Tap at Sour&Bitter Copenhagen. Beer in the glass deep black. Heavy malty aroma, a bit earthy. Starts mild-malty, more and more earthy, more dry. Finish still earthy with notes of chocolate.Modest dry. A good one! madmitch76 (25817) - , Essex, ENGLAND - MAY 20, 2012
10th May 2012 Scopey (15879) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - MAY 18, 2012
Tap at Sour & Bitter. Opaque black beer, good bubbly pale tan head. Minerally crisp palate. Smooth dark malt, a trace of roast. Very mild lacto. Finishes crisp with a whisper of dark chocolate and toffee. A crisp Impy!
Tap at Sour & Bitter 2012. It pours very dark brown, with a decent light tan head. The nose is toasted coconut, treacle, meat, roasted malt, coffee and caramel. The taste is liquorice, charcoal, coffee, roasted malt, baked goods, spice and alcohol warmth in the finish. Full body and fine carbonation. A solid Imperial Stout.