Brewed by Animal Army Brewery - The Fiddler Brewpub
Style: Stout
Den Haag, Netherlands


on tap


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RATINGS: 35   MEAN: 3.04/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.03/5   EST. CALORIES: 180   ABV: 6%
Black Mamba is a positive danger to all English ale lovers. As the most dangerous snake on the planet looks for its prey, this stout will sting you with its venom, which will make you want to drink more and more. Coffee in the aroma. Proper as a stout should be; dark, intense and flavourful.

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sjogro (4885) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - DEC 4, 2015
After-Whiskey Festival biertje bij The Fiddler: Griezel en gruwel bij de zwarte drap uit dit glas. ’t Is geen feestje. Backlog from 2014/11/15.

Christos (5902) - Arnhem, NETHERLANDS - NOV 26, 2015
(The Fiddler Black Mamba) Cask at The Fiddler, half pint.
Black coloured body, with a small and thin brown head on top. Average retention.
Aroma has light roasted malts, coffee grounds, a bit of dark chocolate.
Taste of roasted malts, coffee, bitter chocolate, nicely bitter finish with a long aftertaste.
Medium thin body, good carbonation.
Nice one, best of their own beers.

madmitch76 (25817) - , Essex, ENGLAND - OCT 23, 2015
26th September 2015
Cask at the Fiddler brewpub, Den Haag. Almost clear dark amber beer, residual cream colour head. The very modest malts bring a trace of dark chocolate. Mild tang and very mild bitterness. Light finish. An extremely light stout. Okay.

Theydon_Bois (20929) - Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, Buckinghamshire, ENGLAND - OCT 14, 2015
Cask at the Fiddler, Den Hague, 26/09/15.
Black with no head.
Nose is chocolate, light spice, tar, dark toffee.
Taste comprises roast malt, Chocolate, light spice, liquorice.
Medium bodied, moderate carbonation, semi drying close.
Best of a mediocre bunch.

mR_fr0g (13675) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - OCT 5, 2015
Cask at the brewpub. Opaque black coloured pour with a fading light tan head. Aroma is sweet roasted malts, cakey, caramel, vanilla and marmite. Flavour is composed of sweet cakey malts, black roast barley, booze, rum and vanilla. Palate is rounded, sweet, lowish carbonation. Lingering charred toast and tangy Berry.

harrisoni (19425) - Ashford, Kent, ENGLAND - SEP 25, 2015
Sampler at The Fiddler brewpub Den Haag. Black beer no head. Roast aroma. Roast chocolate and some bonfire . It’s OK.

77ships (11412) - Antwerpen, BELGIUM - FEB 22, 2015
Cask taster @ The Fiddler Brewpub. Part of their Beer Flight. Shot glass sized. Red wine-hued dark brown, blackish with zero head. Nose is liquorish, vegetable, soy, roots. Taste is roots, herbal, bark, watery soy sauce, cooking oil. Flat, watery & oily body. I suppose decent compared to their other beers.

jerohen (2359) - Bussum, NETHERLANDS - JAN 6, 2015
On draft at The Fiddler, Den Haag. Black appearance, almost no head. Strong nose of all sorts of licorice, roasted malts. Flavor is somewhat sweet and bitter, lots of licorice again. Very thin bodied. Way too much licorice for me.

fonefan (51665) - VestJylland, DENMARK - DEC 30, 2014

Draught @ The Fiddler, Riviervismarkt 1, Den Haag, Netherlands 2513 AM.

[ As The Fiddler Black Mamba ].
Unclear medium to dark brown color with a small to average, frothy, fair lacing, mostly lasting to diminishing, off-white head. Aroma is moderate malty, roasted, sea water. Flavour is moderate sweet and light to moderate bitter with a average duration, plastic, roasted. Body is medium, texture is oily to watery, carbonation is soft. [20140925]

Maakun (6582) - The Hague, NETHERLANDS - NOV 15, 2014
Tap at Fidlers. Black with small off white head. Lots and lots of licorice, salmiak, roasted malts. Light body and carbonation. Meh, way too much licorice.

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