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RATINGS: 106   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.79/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 90   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
Goodnight Bodacious has the maltiness of a barleywine and the hoppiness of an India Pale Ale. A rich, hoppiness dominates the aroma, with earthy and loamy scents. A medium body presents big, bitter black barley and roasted coffee flavors, with subtle compliments of dark fruit and green hops. Strong alcohol flavors and pleasant warming qualities become more noticeable as the beer approaches room temperature.

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paintedmaple (671) - People’s Republic of Bloomington, Indiana, USA - JUN 29, 2014
On tap...overwhelming sweetness dominates here with a syrupy molasses character. Lacks balance...I wouldn’t have another one of these.

Sammy (12091) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - MAY 10, 2014
Very tasty drinkable black IPA, high IBU and also well malted. Very good drinkability.

rxeight (3043) - Illinois, USA - APR 30, 2014
Extra from Brandon. Thanks man. I used to be a big black IPA fan. But lately they have gotten boring. Kinda hoppy, too much rye. All similar. But every once in a while you get woken up, and this was it. Lots of chocolate malt that perfectly blends with a nice helping of pine hops. The body is a touch thicker and creamier than most of this style and abv but works great.

Alextricity (509) - Michigan, USA - APR 17, 2014
Had on-tap at BoatWorks and served in a shaker pint. Appearance: Black. Finger of dark brown head. Great lacing, (4/5) Smell: Excellent mix of hops and roasted malt... fruity and earthy hops one whiff, roastiness the next. Really nice stuff that I like. Doesn’t blow me away, but great balance for the style. (3.75/5) Taste/feel: On point. Excellent. Phenomenal blend of sweetness and bitterness that make this a brew to remember. Again, plenty of nice hoppiness coupled with chocolate and roastiness. Could you ask for much more? The brew is also nice and full in feel with a medium carbonation. Very nice. (4.25/5, 4.5/5) Excellent beer. Definitely one of the very best I’ve had from the style. Great balance. Doesn’t favor the hops nor the roast. I really like this brew. 4.25/5

blackflag321 (689) - Lansing, Michigan, USA - APR 12, 2014
Bottle pour to shaker. Black-brown. Little head. Interesting combination of roast malt, chocolate and coffee with piney hoppy IPA characteristics.

alexsdad06 (10265) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - MAR 29, 2014
12 oz. bottle from BlowOffTube. Pours dark brown to black in color with a small khaki colored head. The aroma and flavor have roasted malts, coffee, spicy notes and some chocolate with some earthy, piney and citrus hops mixed in. Probably a bit malt forward, but does have a decent bitterness to the finish.

tomekk1978 (1400) - Z±bki, POLAND - MAR 22, 2014
Barwa: czarna, nieprzejrzysta nawet pod światło. Piana beżowa, średnio pęcherzykowa, niezbyt obfita, szybko opadająca. Wysycenie niskie. Aromat: czekoladowy, lekko palony, charakterystyczny dla ciemnych słodów w zestawieniu z chmielowym. Bardzo przyjemny i kuszący. Smak: wytrawny, na końcu słodki, przechodzący w gorzki. Akcenty gorzkiej czekolady i alkoholowość. Dość rozgrzewające. Po chwili pojawia się kwaskowość charakterystyczna dla użycia dużej dawki ciemnych słodów. Fantastyczne piwo. Short’s Brew po raz kolejny udowadnia, że oferuje naprawdę ciekawe propozycje. Jest to wręcz oleista ciemna IPA do spokojnego sączenia. Zawarty w niej aromat nie może się znudzić. Smak również świetny. Ocena byłaby wyższa gdyby nie cena. Uważam że butelka 0,33 l nie powinna kosztować więcej niż 15 zł, co i tak jest już sporą kwotą.

That1Guy (2236) - Colorado, USA - MAR 2, 2014
12 bottle crushed with Honkeybra. Pours pitch black with zero head. Pretty under-carbonated. Very dark malts make this incredibly astringent. Gets borderline ash tray. The dark malt overpowers the hops a bit too much. More like a hoppy stout than a Black IPA.

daknole (11044) - Scottsdale, Arizona, USA - MAR 2, 2014
Brown pour, tan head. Way too malt forward for me. The hops are lost in a roasted malt and sweeter finish. Meh.

Clownoisseur (473) - Buchanan, Michigan, USA - MAR 2, 2014
Pours an oily black, pretty opaque. Very thin butterscotch head. Medium to low carbonation. Hard to see the bubbles being so dark. Aromas of coffee, and roasted nut. Some hops creep in, giving an earthy undertone. Taste is very malt-forward, imo. Thick, oily coffee and roasted nut. A nice rich mouthfeel. Some bittering hops lend pine, earth, floral notes and a dash of spice to the moderately dry finish. Pretty decently done, but close to the the stout/porter end of the spectrum.

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