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RATINGS: 14   MEAN: 3.64/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.49/5   EST. CALORIES: 255   ABV: 8.5%
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St. Boniface Hegemony stout integrates a roasted malt bitterness and a chocolate-like sweetness to balance its subtle hop profile. Hegemony is a big beer that is very drinkable. It is a hybrid between the sweetness of an oatmeal stout and the dryness of an imperial stout.

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3.7
Nejhleader (1574) - Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 3, 2017
Jet Black color. Is a nice creamy texture. Taste is some milk, some coffee.

3.5
BroadestTom (446) - Pennsylvania, USA - JAN 20, 2017
Aroma chocolate, roasty, Appearance black, tan foam, Taste medium sweetness, lightly bitter, medium bitterness, Palate medium body, Overall a good stout that I’m happy I tried and not mad I bought. That being said there was nothing that stuck out to me so I will not be having it again. I would not suggest this beer to a friend.

3.8
alobar (3879) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - OCT 21, 2016
Dark pour with aroma of roasted malt, oat, and some dark chocolate. Roasted malt and oat flavor with dark chocolate background. Very good beer.

3.6
italianjohn (3223) - Penndel, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 24, 2016
Black pour with a thin khaki head and light lacing .... Aroma of black licorice, roasted malts, chocolate and caramel malts .... Taste is of bitter citrusy hops, black licorice, roasted malts, chocolate and caramel malts .... Has a medium body .... Slick and oily mouthfeel ... Has a citrusy bitter hop backbone .... Can def tell there is an oatmeal stout to it and hops .... Solid brew but I’d have pegged this as a stout

3.7
Travlr (25763) - Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - APR 10, 2016
Draft at Golden Crust. Opaque dark brown color, tan head. Aroma of burnt licorice, burnt espresso. Taste is rich bitter espresso, slightly sweet at the start. Very tasty.

3.1
callmemickey (4561) - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 21, 2014
Dark brown body, thin off-white head, spotty lacing. Roast, nuts, caramel and a general pale malt quality. Medium bodied, thinner body. Simple. Not fancy but decent.

3.6
vlan1 (219) - Austin, Texas, USA - NOV 14, 2013
On draft at brewery. Dark brown but not black, average head, faint aroma of rosted oatmeal. Tastes of roast oatmeal, watery coffee and mild bread. Mouthfeel was semi thick but not totally viscous. Also when I finished my half pint I noticed porbably a 1/4 teaspoon of sediment. Very confused by this much sediment in one glass. overall a pretty good stout. Would drink again just keep an eye out for the sediment.

3.7
ROGUE (2215) - Lewes, Delaware, USA - SEP 17, 2013
On tap at tasting. Poured a deep dark brown color and with a thin tan head. Aroma of sweet milk chocolate and a hint of coffee; not much roast or hops. Taste isvery sweet and slightly astringent, with dark coffee notes and a bit of milk chocolate. A bit dry on the finish. Thick body, very creamy, low carbonation.

3.7
reggiedunlop (3726) - The dub c, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 9, 2013
pours dark brown with a thi tan head. aroma has nice bold roastiness with light char and bakers chocolate. flavor is very roasty with good charred notes and dark bitter chocolate...very nice dark roastiness. mouthfeel is light/medium and the finish is burnt/bitter and aggressive roastiness.

2.8
cheap (6008) - Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 1, 2013
On tap at their brew pub. Dark black fer sure. Volatile roasty aroma. Alky feel to it allthe way thru, however, for 8% it hides its alky nature well. Not bad overall, some notes of coffee inthere. Fairly enjoyable and roasty. Over all decent beer experince, one of the better beers sampled here tonight.


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