RATINGS: 462   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.46/5   IBU: 14   EST. CALORIES: 150   ABV: 5%
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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ozzy70 (1283) - 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.

andrewje41 (4419) - Kenmore, Washington, USA - NOV 29, 2015
16 oz can poured. Pours black with a thin tan foam head. Roasted aroma with a little coffee. Sweet cream, vanilla, caramel, and a coffee finish. Flavorful stout. Enjoyed this.

chinchill (5346) - South Carolina, USA - NOV 28, 2015
On tap at Sigler’s in Chattanooga.

Clear but opaque and nearly black body. Medium body and light carbonation. Plenty of dark roasted grain flavor and aroma. The flavor also features coffee and a touch of dark chocolate.

tnkw01 (1844) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - NOV 13, 2015
Can. Dark brown with a small yet creamy head. Aroma was chocolate mocha and toast. Taste was mocha, dark roasted grains and a slightly sweet upfront flavor and a burnt toast bitter finish.

oh6gdx (26485) - Vasa, FINLAND - OCT 31, 2015
Canned (backlog). Deep brown, close to black colour with a beigeish brown head. Aroma is chocolate, some nutty notes as well as tobacco and liquorice. Flavour is very similar along with some nice burnt wet wooden notes as well as mild coffee too.

DrnkMcDermott (3161) - Downers Grove, Illinois, USA - OCT 3, 2015
Single can from Binny’s, Downers Grove. Frothy brown head over a brownish black body. Chocolate nose, but not quite as roasty, thanks to the oatmeal. I note the texture first, since it’s been carbonated, and that’s worth noting after so many stouts with nitro and widgets. But it’s also leaving some stickiness on my lip and has a hint of a tangy Guinness sour note, followed more of that chocolate roast. Then there is a slight note of vanilla once my palate has been brought into equilibrium. An enjoyable session beer to welcome back cold weather, though being in a full pint can may make it seem a bit less sessionable.

Nephilium (1821) - Cleveland, Ohio, USA - SEP 24, 2015
Roasted aroma, with a hint of milk chocolate. Pours an opaque black with a full tan head. Slightly sweet flavor, nicely balanced by roasted notes. Lighter in body then one would expect upon looking at it, with a full mouthfeel. Very nice and approachable stout.

madelfonatree (317) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - SEP 13, 2015
16 oz enjoyed in a MadTree tulip/snifter September 13, 2015. It is dated December 24, 2015.

Look - Thin off white head. Dissipates quickly. Watery dark brown. No lacing.

Smell - Coffee and must. Light oat. Light dark fruit.

Taste - Coffee. Oats. Light fruit. Roast.

Feel - Watery. No substance.

Overall - Not terrible for the abv. Very watery.

nearbeer (5636) - Knoxville, Tennessee, USA - AUG 7, 2015
Pint can. Opaque ebony with a lasting thin covering of foam. Nose is nearly charred grain, dusty grain, and old coffee. Tastes of semi-sweet chocolate, dark roast coffee, caramel, lightly tart berry and bitterish green herb. Near-medium body has a medium-high but mostly smooth carbonation. Nice balance and pretty drinkable.

kathouse (1942) - LAS VEGAS, Nevada, USA - JUL 4, 2015
Deep in color with just some red edges. Medium mouthfeel reminds me of an Irish but with some more body. Light finish I would not characterize as sweet but still tasty.

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