Uiltje Meneer de Uil (Bowmore BA)

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Uiltje Brewing Co.
Brewed at Jopen

Style: Imperial Stout
Haarlem, Netherlands
Serve in Snifter

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RATINGS: 123   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.73/5   IBU: 80   EST. CALORIES: 345   ABV: 11.5%
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3.3
Marduk (8404) - Reval, ESTONIA - NOV 12, 2017
330ml bottle (thanks suurjuust). Very dark brown almost black color. Small size, beige head, stays. Peat, ashy, dry roast in aroma. Roast, peat, slightly leathery in taste. Solid brew.

3.6
Juks (1066) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - NOV 11, 2017
330ml, thanks suurjuust. Pours black, small beige head. Aroma aroma is peaty, roasty, liquorice. Taste is really peaty, roasty, boozy. Full bodied, below average carbo. Drinkable, but boozy and really peaty. I like peat.

3.2
martjoobolut (5122) - Tallinn, ESTONIA - NOV 11, 2017
Bottle (thanks suurjuust). Pours black. Aroma is peaty, malt, roast. Flavor is sweet and bitter, peat, roast, malt. Finish is peaty. Overall: ok.

3.3
suurjuust (3767) - ESTONIA - NOV 11, 2017
330ml bottle, about 1,5 years old. Almost black beer, beige head. Nose is alcohol and whisky, roast and peat. Flavor is really peaty, pea notes, roast, iodine. Flavor is peaty iodine with alcohol, roast. Dry and woody finish.

3.9
The_Osprey (9157) - Richmond, Greater London, ENGLAND - OCT 29, 2017
September 2017 - Bottle share at Leighton's. Huge thanks! As 'Uiltje Meneer de Uil Bowmore BA', 11.3%. I have aged this one a few years. Black, opaque, foamy brown head leaves dotted lacing. Aroma is smoked, lots of PVA glue, charcoal biscuits and dark chocolate. Body is frothy with soft carbonation. Taste is huge peat, red berry, chocolate and a long smoked finish. Very smokey stuff. (7-4-8-4-16=3.9)

3.8
Scopey (15725) - Croydon, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 25, 2017
Bottle at LKS, thanks to Danny. It pours jet black with a thick beige head. The aroma is rich, roasted malt, charred wood, vanilla, fruity whisky, tangy toffee, smoked peat and some medicinal notes. The taste is dry, bitter, oily, slick, rich roasted malt, peated malt, wood, earth, leather, medicinal whisky vibes and warming booze through the finish. Full body and fine carbonation. More peated character than I would expected from a (normal) Bowmore cask. Good fun.

4.2
Leighton (22307) - London, Greater London, ENGLAND - SEP 6, 2017
Bottle shared in Hackney - cheers! Pours oily black with a creamy, tan head. Big chocolate, ash, burnt rubber in the nose, some peat. Medium to big sweet flavour with loads of peat and chocolate, moderate ash roast, smoke, scorched earth. Medium to full bodied with fine carbonation. Warming finish, with some fudge and brownies, more peat smoke. Excellent. I love it.

3.9
beerplace (2043) - Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA - JUN 12, 2017
330ml bottle from the Brewery Creek. Pours an almost black with a dark beige head. Aroma is peaty, some chocolate and dark fruits. Taste is sweet with peaty and chocolate notes. Good balanced stuff, even for the people who don’t very like islay whiskey, like me :-)

4.5
vincentvega72 (887) - Terneuzen, NETHERLANDS - MAY 19, 2017
Donker bier met bruine schuimkraag die snel wegebt tot fijn laagje. Aroma en smaken van rook, as, leer, tabak, koffie, gebrande noten, beetje chocolade. Ondanks redelijk geturfd aroma is deze relatief zacht in de mond. Mooi vol van smaak en een licht gerookte/geturfde afdronk. Klassebier.

3.9
SVD (2086) - NETHERLANDS - APR 8, 2017
Bottle at home, black beer, small head. Aroma is whisky, peated, smoke, iodine, hint of chocolate. Taste is the same, bitter with some sweetness, very nice.


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