Brewzer (3) - London, ENGLAND - NOV 27, 2005 does not count
A classic - one of my faves. Creamy tan head, dark - almost black - body. Great tongue feel. Hoopy but not like Guinness - not bitter, with a creamy-sweet finish. Some bottles available at RSVP on Forest Ave. akaufman (16) - Seattle, Washington, USA - APR 12, 2007
This is a great beer. Often undershadowed by Gritty McDuff’s, this beer may take Maine’s best Stout. Gritty’s is an institution in Freeport Vballnbeer (158) - Gorham, Maine, USA - JUL 19, 2013
This is a really nice dark roasted stout. On draft, it has a really nice head, great aroma, and a very dark, almost black color. The taste is a very smooth roast flavor with a nice hop finish that leaves a dryness to the palate. One of their best. Sammys (427) - Portland, Maine, USA - JAN 10, 2003
Best beer on tap at Sebago Brewing, IMHO. Deep dark, and full bodied with a most wonderful sweet nutty flavor that carries over into the lingering finish. Aftertaste is of semi-sweet chocolate and dark-roast coffee. BigBen2120 (687) - Derry, New Hampshire, USA - NOV 23, 2005
UPDATED: JUN 2, 2008 22oz bomber from The Lighthouse in Manchester. Pours a pitch-black completely opaque body with a short lived half inch of tan head. Aroma is roasty with baker’s chocolate dominating and slight caramel notes. Tastes very roasty, like coffee, baker’s chocolate, with hints of caramel toward the finish, and notes of vegetal hops. Rich full body with moderate carbonation. A bit of a sipper, especially considering the ABV, but damn tasty and another top-shelf offering from Sebago.
Braudog (6907) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - OCT 22, 2007
22 oz’er. Poured with a massive amount of head, pock-marked, rocky, sticky and dark tan that hangs around like that old girlfriend you wish would find a hobby. Beautiful pour. The aroma is in full afterburner ... dark roast and java. The drink is nice ... a bit gritty, but full of roasty, toasty, and almost ashy. There’s even a nice bitter snap at the finish. Excellent American stout ... I want more and next time will look to enjoy by a cozy fire with rich cheese or a nice rich, barbecued steak. (#3153, 10/22/2007) yesyouam (1016) - Fairport, New York, USA - JUN 19, 2010
Sebago Lake Trout Stout is a brown-black ale with a thin brown head that fades. It has a very roasty, chocolate, coffee aroma. It smells so roasty! It’s quite full bodied and quite smooth. The finish is slightly gritty. It’s bitter and roasty with chocolate and coffee notes. There’s a touch of anise at the finish. It’s a wicked solid American stout. Gregory (357) - Pullman, Washington, USA - MAR 31, 2002
Absoultely delicous. Black beer, with a head that lasts the whole pint. Thick, creamy.
Dark roasted malts and nuts at the start, intensifies inthe middle,then flavors of coffee and chocolate in the finish KariCupcake (214) - Lenox, Massachusetts, USA - MAY 22, 2005
Had this at the Sebago Brewery in South Portland, Maine. Dark brown color with a thick head. I love coffee (esp. Dunkin’ Donuts) and this reminded me of that, so of course I love it. Needs cream. PatrickHasson (4) - USA - MAY 24, 2007 does not count
On tap at brewpub. Black with a creamy off-white head. Sweet taste. Palate is malty with subtle sweetness.