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RATINGS: 457   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.45/5   IBU: 14   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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We often hear from fans who swore they’d never enjoy a stout — until they tried Buffalo Sweat. Some have described its rich taste, creamy mouthfeel and sweet, lingering finish as liquid chocolate chip cookies made with espresso. If you only try one dark beer in your life, Buffalo Sweat will change your entire perception of how a stout should taste.

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2.8
crajun (1253) - , Texas, USA - APR 28, 2012
pint can to glass; rec’d from emeinz in trade; Thx Eric! nice aroma - tobacco? and roasted things. nice dark pour -then the negative start; way too watery for a stout - not much carbonation or flavor - goes down easy but no reason to...

4
wnoble (1251) - Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA - DEC 28, 2013
Almost poured brown. had some light brown head. Nose is toasty roasty and bready with some chocolates and a touch of earthy hops. Flavor is toasty malts, light smokey malts, chocolates, breads, and medium toffee flavors. Medium body. really full of flavor.

3.5
bvc (1242) - Washington, USA - FEB 25, 2011
16oz tall boy can, thanks Tim! Love the name and label on this. Quite a bit of coffee on the nose, roasty nuts, hints of ash, light creamy sweet milk. Really light easy drinking body. All the flavors of the nose but really light, balanced and easy to drink...lightly sweet and creamy through the finish.

4.3
ozzy70 (1211) - Omaha, Nebraska, USA - DEC 6, 2015
Pint can. Pours thick dark cola colored. Small tan head. Aroma was sweet coffee, roasty malts and chocolate. Taste was sweet.

3.8
GreatDane1632 (1169) - North Dakota, USA - AUG 25, 2014
Received in a trade -- Drank straight out of the can, didn’t bring any glassware on vacation with me. This is one of the creamiest Stouts I have ever drank. Very pleasant.

3.7
Steasy66 (1158) - Minnesota, USA - JUL 24, 2012
Can into Duvel tulip A Almost black with two finger off white head. S Roasty, a bit of malty sweetness T Roasty, a bit sweet, just a hint sour at the back M Thin, could use a bit more carbonation O Overall a fine beer, for a 5% stout you can’t ask for much more. I probably wouldn’t buy it again, but its by no means bad.

3
Nsanders (1155) - St Paul, Minnesota, USA - NOV 18, 2011
Deep red-brown, thin head. Smokey, mineral, sweet caramel aroma. Very sweet stout, almost unexpected Medium body with fine carbonation.

3.3
Scipio (1140) - Palatine, Illinois, USA - OCT 29, 2013
Pours almost black with a smooth, medium, off white head. The aroma contains roasted malts, chocolate, and a little bit of coffee. The taste does lean towards the sweetness. Heavier chocolate, lighter in vanilla and coffee, white still quite roasted. Aftertaste is more bitter and is chocolate and mild coffee. Light in body, creamy in texture, with carbonation being very soft. There isn’t any real negative with this one, although I’d consider this a rather generic offering.

3.5
Soonah (1120) - Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA - APR 16, 2010
Poured ultra dark brown with a short tan, to light brown head. The aroma was mild coffee and plenty of sugar and chocolate. The flavor is sweet, dominated by sugar with some chocolate and a bit of roasted malt and coffee. Almost medium in body. Sweet without being cloying. A pretty good effort.

3.1
matthewjk (1108) - San Diego, California, USA - APR 8, 2011
Poured from 16oz can - A stout that shows promise, but not quite there. Thin, vapid, devoid of serious flavors, but not offensive. A "soft" stout that is easy to drink--as advertised--but certainly not unique. Enjoyed aroma, but all other aspects are mundane. 1st try - Tallgrass Brewing


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