Snojerk321 (2960) - San Diego, California, USA - AUG 1, 2010
22oz bottle @ Stone Brewing. Pours a deep coffee brown with a small off white head. Pretty low carbonation levels in this beer. Nose was mostly dried dark fruits with a touch of booze. Slightly roasty on the palate with dark fruits, clove and banana. drowland (8629) - Georgia, USA - JUL 30, 2010
7/30/10. Big thanks to Byron at Liquor Loft & Proof for sharing this beer with his regular beer nerds! Cloudy amber pour. Huge sweet aroma but with a fresh fruity (almost bubblegum) and soapy Belgian hint in there as well. The flavor is big sweet maltiness with a dash of smokey lingering and again a touch of bubblegum. AR (1000) - Georgia, USA - JUL 30, 2010
Quite an interesting beer. There is a lot in the mix. A bit of maltiness, some banana and and spiciness, some alcohol, a little fruitiness, and a bit of carbonation. dchmela (3061) - Orlando, Florida, USA - JUL 30, 2010
Bomber pour. Pours slightly thin and reddish brown with a little thin head. Malty, peat, Belgian yeast esters and toffee sweetness in the nose. Sweet fruity malt taste with peat notes as well as yeast phenols. Not great, but a good change of pace. chandler0201 (650) - Durham, North Carolina, USA - JUL 26, 2010
Pours a hazy red/brown with traces of a light tan head, which dissipated quickly. Sugar and vanilla in the aroma, taste was bittersweet and twinged with molasses. Interesting flavor, complex.
SSSteve (4006) - - JUL 25, 2010
amidst the recent onslaught of 22oz bomber terrapin offerings, here sits yet another for my drinking enjoyment. a brown beer with ruby highlights and a small beige head. a lot like the beer i just had (GA theatre double feature) only toned down a notch. banana and belgian yeast notes. cola flavors. medium body with moderate carbonation. rajendra82 (1078) - Alpharetta, Georgia, USA - JUL 22, 2010
Belgian Style Scotch Ale, really? Wouldn’t that put the brewing country in the North Sea somewhere? Anyway, on with the show.
The pour was similar to a quad, with deep reddish brown color, and not much carbonation. The smell was different than most beers, with a high concentration of ripe fruits and vanilla, a brett like wild streak, and then whiff of hops. The taste was exceptional. The richness of the malt shine through but avoided any sort of cloying tendencies. The ripe fruits were present throughout the sip, and finish was actually quite dry. There was a significant warmth in the finish. The body was soft and creamy and not very thick. This dis not exhibit much in terms of the Scotch influences, but the Belgian Yeast strain made you forget all that. One of the finest American interpretations of Belgian style brewing. beernovice39 (3270) - Idaho, USA - JUL 22, 2010
Bomber pours a hazy red/brown with traces of a light tan head. Sugar and vanilla in the nose big time but the taste is mild sweet fruitt with a dry finish. Hangover (1133) - oxford, Georgia, USA - JUL 21, 2010
Wow, guess I’m the first to review the bottled version. Purchased July 21st at Toco Hills Package Store in Atlanta. Brown-copper pour with a thin tan head. Aroma is sweet and malty with a faint whiff of alcohol. Nice carbonation and body. Very strong, malty flavor with some dark fruit and definitely some Belgian phenols. Hops are evident towards the back-end with some lingering bitterness and a little residual sweetness. Alcohol is evident but it is appropriate given the style and it’s warming but not distracting or unpleasant. I liked it. mrmekon (100) - Atlanta, Georgia, USA - JUL 19, 2010
Cask. Dark mahogany, tiny soapy head. Aroma of sweet malt, medicine. Taste is cloyingly sweet malt, cherry, medicine. No hop flavor. Thick, sticky, syrupy mouthfeel, low carbonation (cask). Hopefully better in a bottle.