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RATINGS: 1623   WEIGHTED AVG: 4.06/5   SEASONAL: Series   EST. CALORIES: 300   ABV: 10%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
“the ancients called it ‘food for the gods’“ The Popol Vuh, the sacred book of the Maya, unfolds a complex web of mystery around a beverage known as xocoatl (ch-co-atle). At Southern Tier, we’re not surprised that hieroglyphs of the ancient Maya depict chocolate being poured for rulers and gods. Even through the many voyages of Columbus, the mystical bean remained nothing more than a strange currency of the native peoples. Moving through centuries, the circular journey of cacao has been realized in our brewing house, encompassing the complexity of the darkest, bitter-sweet candy together with the original frothy cold beverage of the ancient Maya to bring to you our Blackwater Series Choklat Stout. We have combined the finest ingredients to tempt your senses & renew the power & interrelation of history in every bottle.
2013 vintage - 10% abv

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fredandboboflo (1570) - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 8, 2008
Bottle. Name pretty much says it all with all sorts of different takes on chocolate coming through in the nose and the flavor, from tootsie roll to milk chocolate to baker’s chocolate. Pretty impressive taste for a beer that would at first glance seem to be one sided. Decent amount of bitterness keeps it from going over the sweetness edge, but still not a beer I would have more than once every so often because it is very sweet and desserty. Still a very fun treat though. Finishes with quite the alcohol kick.

4.4
Frauditor (162) - Hagerstown, Maryland, USA - FEB 8, 2008
bottle from wooden keg. thin medium light head. pours dark brown with orangish trims. smell is very sweet like swiss miss hot chocolate. reminds me of an old pair of tazmanian devil silk boxer shorts i had years ago- makes you feel wild and crazy but is so very smooth to get into. awesome.

4.3
k4df4l (154) - DTown, Pennsylvania, USA - FEB 8, 2008
Bottle - pours black with brown highlights, skim of mocha foam that quickly disappears. Aroma is massively chocolate...bittersweet and lightly dusty with a definite tootise roll thing going on. Flavor is equally massive chocolates..bittersweet and tootsie roll all over. As the glass warms the chocolate malt starts to come through with a slight coffee note. Finish was slightly dry with light alcohol warming and the body was medium heavy. For a beer with such intense aromas and flavors it never became overwhelming and always seemed in balance.

4
Vac (2445) - San Diego, California, USA - FEB 7, 2008
On tap at the Publick House in Brookline, Mass. Pours with a dark brown to black body with a medium thick head and some lacing. It’s full of bitter sweet choclate with some malt showing through. Wow, what a chocolate bomb. Full bodied and smooth.

4.2
xmarcnolanx (945) - Kirkwood, Missouri, USA - FEB 6, 2008
Jesus-fuckstain-Christ. The aroma on this beer, it’s like a siren luring me to put my dick in it. Must. Not. Ruin. Beer. Hugely chocolate and that’s about it. It’s like a tootsie roll. My God, someone just put alcohol in my tootsie roll smoothie. Brilliant! Palate is like I pureed a tootsie roll, added a little water, and then fermented it. I could molest this beer, repeatedly. I’d have to move on eventually, as tootsie rolls get kind of chewy, hurt your jaw, and make you sick after about 30 of them, but this is great!

4
bu11zeye (13239) - Frisco (Dallas), Texas, USA - FEB 6, 2008
(Bottle) Pours an opaque black body with a small tan head. Aroma of milk/dark chocolates, brownies, tootsie rolls…heck this beer is everything chocolate with some roastiness. Flavor complements the nose nicely with much of the same: milk chocolate, brownies, lactose, and roasted malt with a dry bitter finish.

4.6
leeburg (230) - Juneau, Alaska, USA - FEB 5, 2008
UPDATED: FEB 25, 2009 Thank goodness I tried this, and the night before moving to the west coast, no less. This beer simply delivers as advertised. Imperial. Chocolate. Stout.

4.1
jtw (1170) - farmington, Michigan, USA - FEB 5, 2008
Wow, 22 oz bottle. Ive had stouts purported to be chocolate, but this smells more like cocoa than any ive ever had. Like the bit of milk left in the bowl after a cocoa puffs breakfast, and only a bit of other beer characteristics to be smelled after that. I thought that chocolate wasnt soluble in water, but Southern Tier seem to have found a way around that. Alcohol covered completely by sweetness and no signs of bitterness besides a bit of roasted barley. great dessert beer.

4
yesyouam (1016) - Fairport, New York, USA - FEB 5, 2008
Southern Tier Choklat is a very black ale with a yellow hue and a khaki head that leaves decent lacing. It has a sweet chocolate aroma-- very candyish. It is full bodied and smooth. There is a little rumble before the end, but it finishes cleanly. It is swwet and smooth with a huge chocolate flavor. Caramel is detected. It’s well bittered and well balanced. It dries up for the finish. Pour this on ice cream!

4.2
decaturstevo (6343) - decatur, Tennessee, USA - FEB 5, 2008
Thanks kp for the chance to try this beer at the Foothills gathering. A dark brown red pour. Aroma of chocolat is huge. Flavor is just smooth rich chocolate with a hint of nice bitter and pleasant abv. Solid full mouthfeel and good carbonation. Very easy drinker just a hint of oddness at the end of this beer kept it from being perfect. This beer is just pure chocolate and nice. Best of show.


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