13mikey (503) - New Hope, Minnesota, USA - AUG 10, 2009
UPDATED: JUL 21, 2010 Wow, this beer has all kinds of stuff going on. Pours very dark brown with a brownish head to it. Smells amazing. Very sweet with aromas of vanilla, caramel. Flavor is also very sweet with the vanilla being the very prominent flavor. Massive beer that tastes like dessert in a glass. Had a 22 oz bomber that would have been perfect if I had 1-2 people to share it with. b33r (875) - Ohio, USA - AUG 9, 2009
Amazing aroma that filled the room. Flavor was not as intense but was helped by the smell. good overall angrypirate06 (1388) - Texas, USA - AUG 8, 2009
Bomber. Pours a dark brown almost black color with a light brown head. Aroma is pure caramel, vanilla, smells great! Flavor is vanilla, caramel, coffee. Taste like a Caramel Macchiato from Starbucks. But if that was 10% abv. Hides the alcohol well. Nice syrupy mouthfeel. TheBeerOrg (2145) - Louisville, Kentucky, USA - AUG 8, 2009
Pours pitch black with a mostly receding tan head. Aroma is strong with vanilla, caramelized sugar and chocolate candies. Full bodied and sweet with soft carbonation. Quite sweet with too much vanilla for me, it tastes like a soda at times. AgedOak (99) - Ohio, USA - AUG 5, 2009
Enjoyed a 22oz bomber at Windy Corners. A rich dark brown color with substantial lush brown tan head. Aroma is subtle and intense all at the same time. Burnt coffee, caramel and vanillla bean are striking. Taste is of sweet caramel, caramelized sugar and deep dark chocolate. This is an exraordinarily rich beer. Truth in advertising; this is liquid creme brule. A bomber takes a table full of friends to enjoy. It is truly an after dinner dessert beer to round out an evening of fun.
hershiser2 (3250) - Charlottesville, Virginia, USA - AUG 4, 2009
650 ml bottle for $7.99 at Wine Warehouse, Charlottesville. Pours black with a small brown head. Nose is FULL of sweet caramel, malt, dark chocolate, vanilla, coffee, and toffee. Flavor is sweet caramel malts, dark chocolate, whipped cream, and burnt coffee. Finishes with a deep, dark chocolate bitterness. Wow. jrmac (335) - South Carolina, USA - AUG 4, 2009
Pour is black with a tan head. On the nose I get vanilla and butterscotch candy. The palate is intense butterscotch as well with a nice roasted coffee finish. This brew is smoking. yesyouam (1016) - Fairport, New York, USA - AUG 3, 2009
Southern Tier Crème Brûlée is a brownish black ale with a dense, rich beige head that leaves incredible lacing. It has a very strong vanilla aroma that fills the room. Wowza! It’s quite sweet with a touch of roastiness. It smells like crème brûlée. It’s full bodied and quite smooth with a reasonably clean finish. It’s quite sweet and vanilla is the dominant flavor. There’s caramelized sugar in the taste with a nice bitterness at the finish. It tastes like crème brûlée. It makes for an awesome dessert beer. luv2brew (196) - Chesterfield, Virginia, USA - AUG 1, 2009
GEEZ, dessert anyone. The nose on this one is amazing. I dont know of any desserts that smelll this good. Pours a dark dark brown with a head that goes away pretty fast. A mild nuttiness and a type of creaminess that comes across like one of those fancy flavored coffee creamers, like hazelnut or something. Interesting is the best word that i can descrbe this. Not bad, but not one of my favorites from these guys jefcon (1853) - Arlington, Virginia, USA - AUG 1, 2009
Very dark brown in the glass with a generic-looking head, and not much of it. Astounding aromas of chocolate, butterscotch and butter. Pleasantly dry on the palate and on the finish, with a burnt sugar caramel flavor. Tastes a tiny bit artificial. I’m not sure I need a bomber of this, but it’s a creamy, respectable beer if you take it slow.