aracauna (3589) - Georgia, USA - JAN 17, 2016
Stocky and sweet with slightly ashy coffee. The cinnamon is present in the aroma. Not exactly cinnamon rolls, but good. BeerdedDave (1678) - Beckley, USA - JAN 17, 2016
black with a thick, tan head; great coffee aroma; didn’t notice the cinnamon much at all in the aroma, but it really comes through in the flavor - not just cinnamon, but the whole roll - bready, roasted malts and even the icing; lots of coffee notes as well; like a liquid breakfast; fairly bitter; not at all sweet; dry, bitter finish; a really great melding of flavorsand a very enjoyable beer vyvvy (6396) - Florissant, Missouri, USA - JAN 16, 2016
The beer pours dark brown with a light tan head. The aroma has smooth roast, some sweetness, chocolate and peppers. The beer has a smooth body with soft carbonation. The flavor starts with chocolate, mild sweetness and just a hint of cinnamon. The finish has more spices. Very nice. Strykzone (7307) - Wood River, Illinois, USA - JAN 16, 2016
Sampled at gregwilsons tasting. With regular, French Toast, and this. I don’t taste much differnece. All are good. Cinnamon? Ok. More coffee and big stout. It is really good. Earth. Delciious. gregwilsonstl (2466) - St. Louis, Missouri, USA - JAN 16, 2016
Tasted at my variants themed tasting. Cinnamon. Icing stands out more than cinnamon. Lots of coffee. Thx Jbruner for sending this my way. No head.
joeneugs (6371) - Livermore, California, USA - JAN 14, 2016
22 oz. bottle. It pours a dark brown/black color with a medium light brown head. The aroma is very strong with cinnamon and black coffee. Heavy roasted malt and some lighter notes of caramel and biscuit, but this is really all about the cinnamon and coffee. The flavor is also intense with lots of cinnamon and roasted coffee. Surprisingly, it’s really not too sweet with strong roast in the finish and very creamy body. Not much acidity, thankfully and the cinnamon blends well with the coffee. Really enjoyable. ARH (1125) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - JAN 14, 2016
On tap, poured into an IPA glass. The aroma has a more pronounced coffee aroma than the standard W-n-B with a sweet cinnamon and pastry dough. There are secondary, subtle aromas of oats, and a mellow lactose sugar that pokes through every now and then (there’s your icing). The beer is dark brown-black with a dense, soapy brown head that has light retention and light lace. The taste is highly sweet with a medium light bitter backing note. The texture is chewy with a soft, fuzzy carbonation and a full body. The flavor profile is undoubtedly iced cinnamon rolls (cinnamon, sugar, pastry bread) with a finish that reveals a hint of oats, but is mostly cinnamon with a pine cleanliness. The aftertaste is coffee and cinnamon sugar. pineypower (3295) - Ocean County, New Jersey, USA - JAN 12, 2016
Bottle. Pours out pretty much black with a moderate tan head. Aroma is of coffee, roast, some freshly baked cinnamon rolls, light sugary sweetness and some mild lingering bitterness. Taste is solid, a good amount of coffee, chocolate, some sweet cinnamon, light sugary icing notes, some roast, mild bitterness. This was really solid, but personally I liked the French Toast version better. demannu (451) - New Jersey, USA - JAN 7, 2016
My favorite part of cinnamon rolls is the icing and I couldn’t find it in this beer. Flavor is dominated by coffee with some earthy ground cinnamon notes. Aroma also only really showcases the coffee. Was anticipating a heavier/fuller body than what was delivered. Decent beer, but had my hopes set higher. JHeath99 (1678) - Warner Robins, Georgia, USA - JAN 4, 2016
Tap. Pours a dark brown/black with tan head. Aroma and taste is coffee, roasted malts, cinnamon.