jonno (2986) - JAPAN - SEP 11, 2017
The Foreboding Forest (Short Story) jinroh (2377) - ESTONIA - SEP 9, 2017
I could hear the wind whistling through the trees.
The forest animals could no longer be heard.
The people could no longer hear the birds singing a chirping song.
The shining, bright sun rays were fading off the earth’s surface.
I could hear the rain gently dripping above me.
Everybody noticed the dark clouds moving, floating around the deep forbidden forest.
I walked in a direction to the cold, blackened forest.
The sky turned into an ivory black, filled with deep, dark, clouds.
Strong, fierce hail and thunderous lightning was moving closer to the green, cold, foreboding forest.
The beautiful chirping birds flew away from the tall palm tree, desperately trying to escape the cold,
fierce hail and thunder.
Tap at Titans 1st Anniversary, September 9th. Pours dirty amber, copperish. Nose reveals lots of vanilla and coconut and yep, American oak. American oak should have 8-10 times more coconut flavour than French oak, my newly acquired knowledge. This one has also nicely balanced, light bitterness but well, barrel characteristics are making this beer. Sweetish and spicy, overall quite enjoyable. Feels lighter to drink than it is. jtclockwork (17469) - , New Jersey, USA - APR 14, 2017
Bottle - pours dark brown tan head - nose/taste is whiskey forward with some oak, chocolate and alcohol soaked hops - medium body j12601 (13205) - Poughkeepsie, New York, USA - APR 13, 2017
Bottle at James’. Pours a clear brown with a thin to medium tan head. Soft bourbon on the nose, vanilla, sweetness, wood. Medium bodied, big and sweet, long wood, loads of vanilla and bourbon. Slow bourbon into the finish, long and sweet. Oakes (19045) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 18, 2016
Medium brown. Big head. Sweet and a light sticky dark sugar. Rouch of apple note. Boozy, has a strong barrel note, so sticky as well. Assertive and not necessarily balanced.
thetmaxx (927) - West Sacramento, California, USA - FEB 1, 2016
Poured from the bomber from tavour. Thin head, little lacing. Aroma is of alchohol. Flavor isn’t to much alcohol, the oak comes through, some smokey. Pretty woodsy though. Pretty good. I just burped up some dark cherry flavors. Yum. monk191 (2023) - Portland, Oregon, USA - JAN 19, 2016
A nice smoky, woody beer. Pours a deep red with a tan head. Smells of smokiness and wood, whiskey and maltiness. Taste is sweet, with lots of whiskey, vanilla and smoked wood. Had in the bottle. KyotoLefty (10731) - Kyoto, JAPAN - DEC 14, 2015
Tap at Marciero. Almost black, dark brown, hazy, lace. Caramel nose, bourbon, vanilla. Big bourbon falvor, lots of vanilla, too much maybe, chocolate, treacle, tasty, mostly bourbon. Capa (3503) - Kitsap, Washington, USA - DEC 12, 2015
This is the 2014 version drank in the 2015 season (so, a year of age). Deep reddish-brown with minimal tan head. Chocolate, dark fruits, caramel, bourbon, vanilla, plum, and brown sugar. Full bodied. Plenty of booze in the finish along with sweet malts, and brown sugar. Very well done. donandres (681) - Makati, PHILIPPINES - DEC 6, 2015
n tap at the Schooner Exact tasting room in Seattle. Rainy Saturday afternoon, with brunch.
Color/Look: Dark brown, clear
Smell: not a lot of aroma, no alcohol smell, woody
Taste: taste like scotch, strong alcohol, like a mixture of scotch and beer, becomes sweet as it the beer gets warmer
As the beer gets warmer, smell and taste comes out