Desverger (13692) - Copenhagen, DENMARK - NOV 13, 2016
[email protected]beer_queue (147) - California, USA - NOV 4, 2016
, Copenhagen (ØJ-dag share 03/11/2016) - pours black with a beige head. Toasted and roasted malty, balanced with some chocolate and caramel sweetness, slight dark dried fruit nuance, hoppy backing, dry roasted finish. Nice.
Appearance: Opaque black with some brown tones; thin, bubbly, beige head; very little lace. Nose: Raisins, toasted malts, some booze, and, strangely, a bit of apples. Taste: Creamy malts & raisins up front. Then come the dark chocolates, hops, and toasted malts develop. There’s also a lot of booze comin’ through during the development, which then fades away slowly to make way for the finish. The finish is dry and bitter like bold espresso roasts. Once it warms up, the sweetness is more pronounced. Mouthfeel: Full-body, smooth. The medium-high carbonation makes it very crisp on arrival; finish is really dry. Overall: Although the booze does stand out a lot in the middle, it’s not overwhelming. All of the flavors are very steadily pronounced, and it’s well-balanced. Borup (15940) - Albertslund, DENMARK - NOV 3, 2016
From tap at Taphouse. Black with a beige head. Aroma and flavour of roatsed malt, chocolate, caramel, spice, dried fruit, sweetness and hops. trapped (3782) - New York, TURKEY - OCT 14, 2016
Bottle. Pours very dark brown with slight reddish tint against the light, very small frothy beige head, sweetish liquor aroma, low carbonation, sweetish mocha taste with alcohol undertones, thin body, long mocha finish with alcohol aftertaste. A bit too thin and too much alcohol taste left in mouth. Cokemonkey11 (1123) - - OCT 5, 2016
Brown bottle, American size. Pours black with ruby hue and thin tan head subsiding quick. No bubbles. Scent is medium caramel. Taste is medium light caramel and quite bitter early hops without much flavor or seasoning. Finish is a bit sticky a bit dry. Good.
JohnGalt1 (1721) - Boise, Idaho, USA - AUG 24, 2016
I like the way this beer looks. Shiny clear deep deep deep brown with a nice 1/2" head that leaves only a little lacing.
smell is chocolate and low burnt grains balanced nicely by thick malts. maybe some hoppiness, but I could be mistaking it for the rest of the aroma.
Taste is nice. dark roast coffee and roasted barley... some vanilla and chocolate rounded out very nicely with just enough malt sweetness and lite hops. Maybe a little watery, but that could be the alcohol slickness. Am I detecting a "house" yeast flavor BlackHaddock (7956) - Shropshire, ENGLAND - JUN 14, 2016
Amazing how I can not get this in Shropshire, but found it in California while on holiday. 500ml bottle opened on 4th June 2016. Not really a sunny day brew, but I wanted to have it anyway! As the name suggests, it’s black (like a lump of coal), the head a beige blanket of foam. Sweeter than I expected, and not as rich in body depth either, but still a decent beer with slightly over roasted maltiness coming through in both the nose and taste. Glad I bought it. wchesser (2160) - Denver, Colorado, USA - MAR 26, 2016
Pours a thin watery brown. Looks like a brown ale. Not what I expected at all based on the name and the style. Nose is heavy belgian yeast esters. Taste follows. This presents as a belgian dubbel and not a great one. Very dissapointing. nybol (2439) - DENMARK - MAR 21, 2016
En rigtig juleøl efter min mening, uden alt for meget tilsætning (gran/julekugler/klegner etc.), men en humlet, krydret, stærk øl.
Passer ikke rigtig til julebordet, men som en stille øl efter juleand,og svigermor er taget hjem. gopherfan99 (2012) - Minnesota, USA - MAR 17, 2016
Bottle; pours dark brown with a beige head; aroma of chocolate, nuts, caramel, and a hint of licorice; taste is slightly sweet with chocolate, vanilla, nuts, and a hint of roasted malt; finish is semi dry with a hint of bitterness; okay