RATINGS: 15   MEAN: 3.35/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.27/5   EST. CALORIES: 270   ABV: 9%
We will be brewing our New Brighton Coffee Stout in small batches using coffee beans roasted by our neighbors at Harry and Bean’s Coffee Company. All profits from the New Brighton Coffee Stout will be donated to the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine in honor of George Gerlach, the legendary founder of Surfers Supplies in Ocean City, who passed away this year.

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ClarkVV (6940) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - NOV 24, 2017
12oz bottle shared by AdamC, via Skrip, on 7/29/17.
Light tan head immediately fizzles out atop a deep mahogany-ebony body of high clarity.
Nose is spoiled milk mixed with raisin and prune juice then stirred in to coffee! Nice.
Yes, this has been infected by the coffee. No date given on the bottle. Though it's been quite a while since I've had an infected coffee stout, it certainly can happen, though if you're beer is properly fermented, it shouldn't. It does seem like this was way too underattenuated, still having some sugary, syrupy character remnants. Whatever, would still try Tuckahoe again.

AirForceHops (8026) - Epping, New Hampshire, USA - JUL 29, 2017
12 oz. bottle AdamChandler on this share. I have never had this Paris, and this definitely is a very bad first impression. The aroma is real nice mild coffee bean, chocolate, mild roast. The problem is the beer is infected.

No bottle date coding, no date indication anywhere. Sour mash with acidic coffee bean. The flavor is completely offensive, drain pour. Not sure what happened here.

AdamChandler (5206) - Enfield, New Hampshire, USA - JUL 29, 2017
120z Bottle from Skrip. dark brown to black. small head. smells great. loads of coffee. hmm. it’s like a sweet raisin wine like flavor. this is odd. I can tell it’s an imperial stout but IDK it’s like ultra sweet. but entirely from the coffee?

hopdog (13191) - Lansdale, Pennsylvania, USA - SEP 1, 2016
On tap at Tuckahoe. Poured a black color with a small sized off white head. Roast, coffee, with some vanilla. Decent coffee profile.

Ed5388 (3488) - Forked River, New Jersey, USA - AUG 21, 2016
On tap at the brewery. Pours black with a small creamy tan head. Aroma and taste of milk chocolate, rich coffee powder, roasted black malts, hints of vanilla, and charred smokey wood.

dmac (6573) - Toms River, New Jersey, USA - JUN 3, 2015
Draft at the brewery and the best of the bunch. Poured a flat black body under a smaller creamy beige head. Aroma of light sweet coffee, mocha, burnt toast. Flavor of burnt toast, black coffee, coffee beans, Coffee Mate creamer. Medium body that has a touch of harshness from the coffee on the back of your throat with average to strong carbonation. Good stuff.

nimbleprop (8922) - SouthWest, Washington, Washington DC, USA - JAN 22, 2015
12oz bottle pours a murky, deep blaxk with some creamy, frothy beige head. Nose has some nice, mild but inviting coffee, nutty, mild chocolate, mild molasses, even a little vanilla. Flavor has a nice mix of turbinado sugar and medium roast coffee bean, some cola, some molasses, a little bread crust. Medium bodied, dry, roasty finish. Drinks more like 6% than 9%. Nice little beer.

ganache (6087) - New Jersey, USA - MAR 31, 2014
First I’ve seen this in bottles, this one 9.0% abv. Nose is nice coffee, light mocha and occasional sweet tones, luxurious with slight chocolate and not going bonkers on aggressive roast. Just a touch of malt fruitiness peeking around the corner. Pours pitch with a rocky light brown head. Taste sweet up front and dries only a little bit, mocha/cocoa and chocolate with heavy brewed coffee overtones, very lightly acidic, about on par with its lowish bitterness; nice yeasty/espresso crema finish, though that may be attributable to my hurried pour. Full body with faint (mastered!) alcohol, berries, and malt sweetness, overall very smooth and with few enough volumes of CO2 to evoke the descriptor "slime". Rich and creamy, really. I love coffee stouts like this, largely because they’re so hard to find; not a sweet, syrupy mess loaded with adjuncts, nor is it a punishing dry and bitter roast-monster, it’s somewhere in the dulled middle, sultry-smooth with workingman’s beans.

closey22 (2126) - Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, USA - JUN 22, 2013
Black with thin light brown head; aroma of vanilla, fruit and coffee; flava is distinct coffee bitterness with sweet notes of buttery caramel and slight hint of alcohol; feels rich thick and creamy; finishes dry with roasty bitterness and a tinge of alcohol.

mikem409 (2032) - bloomfield, Michigan, USA - APR 17, 2013
bottle. pours dark brown with tan head. massive coffee aroma. taste is chocolate and coffee medium body. dry roasted

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