estoppel (1028) - Buffalo, New York, USA - MAR 23, 2007
Black body, dark tan head, roasty nose. Serious cocoa with coffee notes, creamy mouthfeel, excellent. imanerd (37) - Novi, Michigan, USA - MAY 31, 2007
I was stunned that this wasn’t an imperial at first taste. Very bitter. Full of roasty coffee goodness. Very delicious. Tilley4 (218) - Huron, Tennessee, USA - JAN 11, 2008
I was really surprised with this one. Liked this one a lot better than most.
Jet black pour of course, small head. Awesome lacing.
Absolutely the hoppiest stout that I’ve ever smelled or tasted. Mixture of hops and malt and chocolate on the smell. Big time hop presence on the taste here. Starts hoppy, fades to malt and chocolate and then finishes with the hop presence again.
Another awesome FFF brew. hellbilly (3306) - scottsdale über alles, Arizona, USA - AUG 9, 2008
bomber by way of StFun... pours really dark brown at the edges but the body is opaque black. it’s topped by a soapy reddish brown head with lots of pillowy carbonated lacing. the aroma is really hoppy... grassy, piny, some citrus and floral hops mix in with chocolate, slightly scalded cream, charred wood, mild sourness and coffee. intense roasty flavor pairs with cream, wood, citrus pith, fruit and fruity sourness, grass, pine, chocolate and a dry finish leading to an aspirin burn in the back of the throat. ashy aftertaste comes with a bunch of coffee. medium to full body. soft airy carbonation, acidity and astringency trick you to believe it’s a whole lot lighter... insanely drinkable... evilcougar (67) - Evansville, Indiana, USA - JAN 14, 2012
It’s not a normal stout.. This one is less about burnt coffee notes, and more about a nice hoppy undertone..
Easily one of the best and most balanced beers I ever had the privilege of having.
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hopson (635) - Williamsville, New York, USA - MAR 23, 2007
22 oz from Ty5592...An amazing beer. Don’t think it gets the credit it is due to the low abv...Eventhough it is not a "big" beer, it is excellent. Pours like black tar, nice dark brown head, tastes of melted chocalte, with a roasted coffee finish. Drank this with a couple friends who were strategizing about how we could locate more...In another state...Thanks Ty. obguthr (6657) - Staunton, Virginia, USA - NOV 25, 2007
Rich aroma of cocoa, fudge, walnut, and maple syrup. Black pour with a medium brown head. Harmonious taste of chocolate and licorice. The licorice lingers on the palate with a subtle introduction of smoke. Medium body, yet sufficiently flavorful. Not very hoppy. This a special brew! CP (124) - USA - JAN 30, 2008
UPDATED: FEB 13, 2008 This beer is unlike any "stout" I have had. It has a lower ABV, which is good in this case. This is a very drinkable beer. It is thin on the palate and is certainly the most "hoppy" stout I have had. It has an aroma of coffee, honey, and syrup. It has a dry almost smokey finish. I think a lot of people tend to rate this beer low (than other 3Fs anyway) because of the ABV and thinness, however that makes it great. I could drink this all day long over other beers with higher ABV. This is probably my favorite Three Floyd’s beer so far and the bottle is cool as hell. gunhaver (1030) - Tampa, Florida, USA - FEB 26, 2009
Bottle, courtesy someone. Black pour, big dark tan head and thick lacing. Nose has some sweet fruity coffee, some chocolate and roasted malts. Big on roast in the flavor, coffee, chocolate, and a very nice spicy dry finish. Crisp. Quite drinkable. Full-bodied for a small beer. Enjoyed it considerably. sigma23 (380) - , Maine, USA - APR 4, 2009
one of my favorite stouts. pours black and thin with little tan head that disappears fast. aroma is burned malts and rich coffee. taste is bitter coffee up front and finishes a little sweeter thanks to the malts. great stout any time