flemdawg (562) - Rowlett, Texas, USA - MAR 17, 2004
Malty aroma, along with molasses, coffee, carmel, and cocoa. Very dark, but some light will make it appear red just around the edges. Also a carbonated head, much like a pop that quickly dissappeared. Molasses was the first thing I noticed when I took a sip, but the hop bitterness took over after that. Some coffee and chocolate made a breif stint in there as well. Kind of thin on the tounge. This was my birthday present to my self, and I think I could have done a better job, but still not bad. barleyPops (1142) - Quad-Cities, Illinois, USA - MAR 30, 2006
just gotta love those Sprecher 16 oz. bottles. black pour with a short-lived tan head. roasty, toasty malts and very drinkable. only complaint is too much carbonation, but otherwise could be a session stout. JohnC (3008) - Mission Viejo, California, USA - APR 23, 2006
Thanks to Ughsmash for this beer. It pours black with a tan head. The flavors and aroma are very subtle, but this is a very drinkable beer. You could definitely kick back and have a few of these. Ibrew2or3 (8614) - Tempe, Arizona, USA - SEP 11, 2007
Poured pitch black with half an inch mocha head. This aroma is light and uninspired with mild sweetness and burnt to roasty malts followed by burnt malts. The taste is more interesting with malty sweetness quickly followed up by burnt malts. Then I get a light astringency and mild caramel candy sweetness that rides into the finish with hints of coffee. The taste is very nice. HogTownHarry (6823) - Toronto (Harbourfront), Ontario, CANADA - OCT 10, 2007
Bottle (500ml). Shared with blankboy and tupalev, my bottle . Opaque black pour, average tan head. Burn aroma, cocoa, dry hops, hint of peat and salt. Taste (blankboy’s WRONG, ignore his rating!) is smooth, roast malt, molasses, prune and caramel - silky and simple. Light body, mild burnt aftertaste - pretty solid, IMHO.
shigadeyo (3739) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - SEP 22, 2008
Leighton (21235) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - FEB 24, 2010
<b>9/22/2008</b>: Sprecher Irish Style Stout pours out in a dark chocolate-colored steam and is opaque in the glass and has an average-sized tan head. The aroma is both sweet and robust as notes of rich chocolate are followed by roasted malt and cocoa powder. The flavor is similar with dry, roasted maltiness, caramelized sugar, semi-sweet and dark chocolates, and hints of coffee and cream in the finish. This beer has a medium to medium-full body and a good, creamy mouthfeel. Overall this is a good, robust strout that does a good job of illustrating the dry, Irish style. Tasty!
<i>16 fl. oz. bottle (5.7% alcohol by volume, 32602FL 0806011225) from Tmoney99. Thanks Tom! Rating #98 for this beer...</i>
Tap at Barcade. A fairly average stout. Attractive, dark brown pour with a thick beige head. Aroma of lightly roasted malts. Flavor was pleasant. Mld coffee notes, along with some bitter malt character. Clean and dry on the finish. Medium in body and creamy, this beer is a smooth one. Pretty nice. Aurelius (5335) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - MAR 10, 2011
Powdery, nut-cream stout aroma. Black beer, stiff tan head head, love the Sprecher bottles except for the twistoff. Coffee/cocoa bitter, a little briny, sour, not sweet. Frothy mouthfeel, medium body. A bit warming. Coffee finish. This was pretty good - I always look forward to a new Sprecher. New Leaf Market -- I liberated the single from a 4-pack and the sprout-munchers almost busted me when it didn’t ring up right. Carlisle (745) - Pennsylvania, USA - NOV 19, 2014
Bottle (labeled as Stout). Black color with thin tan head and no lacing. Smoke aroma. Malt with smoke, chocolate, and coffee notes. Watery body and thin mouthfeel. Long finish.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Cornfield (5570) - Oak Forest, Illinois, USA - MAY 18, 2006
Black body with a decent brown head. The aroma is roasted barley with a splash of chocolate. More to the flavor. Roasted barley, sweet malt, chocolate, coffee, and a mild nutty bitterness. Sweet but dry finish. Nice.
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