SG111 (1821) - New York, USA - JUL 1, 2017
Bottled. 2016 vintage. Pours murky brown chestnut. White head. Aroma is bourbon, booze, caramel, toffee, raisin, molasses, nice. Flavor is raisin, booze, caramel, bourbon, toffee, molasses, dark fruit galore. fig. Very much a barely wine-esque beer. Solid as hell. Christpuncher (3112) - Chicago, Illinois, USA - MAY 29, 2017
Lots of toffee and chocolate in the aroma. Pours caramel brown in color and is thick like motor oil. Get lots of toffee, dog and barrel. Some light coffee I. There as well. Hides the abv very well. Excellent stout.
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Keg at Ratebeer Best Beer Festival. 31/01/2016. a dark caramel brown colured pour with reddy hues, no head. Aroma is nice raw coffee bean, big fresh brewed coffee, brown sugars. Flavour is composed of big sweet layered malts, coffee bean, sugars, caraeml and maple. Palate is full and sticky sweet, moderate carbonation. good. nice coffee character. Christos (5761) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - JAN 26, 2017
(The Bruery Mocha Wednesday) Bottle 750 ml at home, served into a snifter, ABV 18.6%
Black coloured body, small dark beige head on top, low retention.
Aroma of chocolate, coffee grounds, green peppers, alcohol, light vanilla, light soy sauce.
Taste is sweet, lots of chocolate, fudge, alcohol, nice coffee notes without the green peppers now, plenty of alcohol, vanilla, light roasted character.
Thick, full body, biting carbonation, sticky on the palate.
Very good! ffbot (420) - Oakland, California, USA - DEC 23, 2016
Pour is a still dark, unfiltered looking. Smells of licorice, maple, brown sugar, and deep chocolaty fruit. Tastes first of light chocolate fruit, sour unripe fruits and salty and coffee in the aftertaste. Long residual salty and chocolate aftertaste.
gephross100 (943) - Bellaire, Texas, USA - DEC 17, 2016
.Bottle thanks to Alex. Pours dark chocolate brown with a light brown head. Sweet malted milk balls and mocha latte. Viscous mouthfeel. Very sweet but smooth non boozy finish. Well hidden 19% beer mrjez (620) - Osaka, JAPAN - NOV 24, 2016
My 500th rating! And I think the biggest beer I’ve ever had. Bottle shared @ Lingua tasting on a Wednesday by KBL, many thanks! No head on my pour, very dark but some highlights, viscous. Deep rich malt aroma, cacao, booze, barrel wood, tinge of deep roasted coffee. Complex flavour of bourbon, coconut rum, roasted malt, cocoa nibs, coffee. Doesn’t scream 19% but does warm the back of the mouth, full and smooth flow with some bitterness hitting late. Lovely stuff. KansaiBeerLvrs (5152) - Kyoto, JAPAN - NOV 23, 2016
A deep inky black with a hugely savory soy, heat, cocoa nibs, coffee and sweet bourbon barrel character. Full bodied and sandpapery carbonation the taste is sweet oaky mesquite coffee and maple - slick but damn delicious. Alengrin (5369) - BELGIUM - OCT 13, 2016
One of the many variations on Black Tuesday, with cocoa nibs and coffee, tasted at Hopishop, thanks Olivier for sharing. Loose, bubbly, pale beige, unstable head, black robe with warm, hazy burgundy edges. Intense, very pleasant bouquet of warm chocolate sauce, caramel, cognac, brown rum, coffee liqueur, cocoa powder, bayleaf, fried mushrooms. Condensed sweet candied onset (date) with a meaty umami edge and sourish, elderberry-like undercurrent, softish carbo, very oily, thick, vinous mouthfeel gliding heavily over the tongue and leaving behind a trail of thick caramelly, chocolatey and toasted malt bittersweetness adorned with an extra coffee and cocoa accent in the finish, accentuated by a spicy hop punch and a lot of heating, cognac-like alcohol, drying. Over the top for me in terms of alcohol, like many of these super-strength Bruery beers including Black Tuesday (though in this one it feels even more burning), but nevertheless an absolute delight to savour in small sips. sjogro (4134) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - OCT 7, 2016
Sampled from bottle courtesy of mr svartvit. Dark brown pour with quick dissolving head. Big sweet and deep roasted malts. Big alcoholic, grapes, balsamico, notes of coffee. Big sweet, and some light sour. Medium body, low carbonation. The alcohol really burns through the palate. Chocolatey and sweet.