BeerRenter76 (1014) - Texas, USA - SEP 13, 2016
Aroma of chocolate (of course) some coffee and fruit notes also present. The body is dark black and a creamy dark tan head. The flavor is all chocolate, it seems to change from a bitter dark to a sweeter lighter chocolate as it goes down. Overall a pretty nice beer so if you like chocolate and beer this one is for you. Originally rated on 11/2/08. Bebum (990) - Massachusetts, USA - SEP 12, 2016
Full body, sweet&sour, atrong chocolate flavor. Opaque.
Very tasty. Worth searching
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone VDuquerroux (1683) - Airvault, Haut-Poitou, FRANCE - SEP 10, 2016
Bottle, 650mL. Home. A shining black beer with a medium beige foamy head ; average retention. Roasty nose, chocolate, light coffee, herb, cereal. Medium dry bitter refreshing ; sweet note. Medium body, thin creamy texture, soft carbonation, bitter dry chocolate lasting finish. Overall, great ! Not so sweet. tekstr1der (490) - New Hampshire, USA - SEP 3, 2016
Disappointing as I really enjoy their double version. Pours dark with small brown head. Aroma is the best part with chocolate dominating as expected among the roast. Flavor does not follow. Initial chocolate fights to remain known through the sip, while semi-sour notes, and not quite matching hop bitterness takes over. Finish is a little biting. Could be smoother and sweeter to be enjoyable for me. PugUglyBrewer (653) - - AUG 22, 2016
Poured into a Guinness pint glass the head reaches about 3 fingers of a pillowy khaki colored head which dissipates in moderate timeliness. The aroma and flavor are sensually potent for a fat man like me because this is the first sweet stout that emphasizes the cocoa flavor deftly. The creamy mouthfeel adds a milkshake quality that denotes greatness for a one-of-kind dessert stout.
Enteogenisk (162) - Bålsta, SWEDEN - AUG 16, 2016
Bottle in wine glass. Pours black with a medium- carbonation leaving low anticipation. The aroma is good though. Dense with chocolate and roasted coffee. Taste is rather balanced with an initial fruity note that is sedated once finishing the bottle. Anthobeers (91) - - AUG 3, 2016
Bonne bière, mousse légère, arômes multiples et parfois surprenant, niveau gustatif généreux. Globalement une bière sympathique UlfBeer (2) - Washington, USA - AUG 1, 2016 does not count
Rogue’s Chocolate Stout is one of the finest examples of Pacific Northwest American craft ales -- it is exactly what you might imagine a great chocolate stout to be.
Earthy strength, full-bodied, and little sour, this isn’t a softened stout like brews that rely on nitrogen or lactose. The high alcohol content is a little easier to detect in this beer than smoother stouts, which can be disappointing to some. A hearty, powerful brew for those who are looking for exactly that (like me ;). Epi91 (20) - Tychy, POLAND - JUL 17, 2016
Pours clear black, with solid, dark head. Chocolate and oats in aroma, with a note of coffee. It’s sweet, slightly sour and roasty from dark malts. Body is medium, with medium-high carbonation. Low biterness, but it is not a con in this type of beer. Overall it’s a great chocolate stout, but I slightly prefer Samuel Smith’s, because of higher sweetness and still maintaing better drinkability (probably because of softer carbonation). g_georgiou (571) - CYPRUS - JUL 9, 2016
Dark brown body with a thin brown head. Aroma is milk chocolate, sweet dark fruit, vanilla. Taste is sweet and with a mild bitter finish. Medium to heavy body with average to soft carbonation. Very nice.