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RATINGS: 48   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.41/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 35   EST. CALORIES: 210   ABV: 7%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Jabberwocky is brewed in teh English Strong Ale style. This ale is abundance of specialty grains is balanced with generous additions of Cascade, Perle, Willamette, and Chinnock hops. This blend of grains and hops produces a very smooth, well balanced and much appreciated brew.

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2.5
SHIG (4956) - Wasilla, Alaska, USA - AUG 14, 2016
Bottle shared by Ferris at RBWG: Poured a reddish orange with off white head. Aroma was sweet malt. Taste was earthy with some sweet malt. Didn’t work well with my palate.

3.4
phaleslu (10099) - Cincinnati, Ohio, USA - FEB 23, 2016
22 oz. bottle shared by Ferris. He had a boatload (RV load?) of these after stopping by the brewery en route to RBWG, so they were a mainstay in the Fart Dungeon, hotel, and everywhere else throughout the week. It pours a clear deep copper color with a small off-white head that settles into a ring. Notes of peanuts, toasted malts, leaves, sugars, a bit of grass and cardboard. Light-medium bodied, with low carbonation and a toasty, earthy mouthfeel. It’s fine, but not a particularly exciting style.

3.2
BuckeyeBoy (7514) - Boise, Idaho, USA - FEB 13, 2016
22oz bottle thanks to Ferris. Pours out a amber copper topped with a sand head. nose is sweet malts nutty notes. Taste is more of the sweet malts.

2.6
DSG (14685) - Tel Aviv, ISRAEL - FEB 12, 2016
[1/29/16] Bottle sample at a hotel room bottle share during RBWG 2016 in Santa Rosa. Thanks everyone who shared bottles! Clear amber. Aroma of malt, caramel, toffee, butter. Sweet flavor, with caramel and a buttery note. Medium-bodied.

3
JulienHuxley (5792) - Trois-Rivières, Quebec, CANADA - FEB 6, 2016
Bottle shared. Clear copper pour with disappearing white head. Aroma is sugary, brown sugar, light cinnamon. Taste is sweet, sugary, light grainy huskiness. Palate is med bodied with light-med carbonation.

3.1
mR_fr0g (11901) - Hertfordshire, ENGLAND - FEB 6, 2016
Bottle shared with in a hotel room. Many thanks to Ferris for this one. Hazed reddy copper coloured pour with a lasting loose off white head. Aroma is toffee apple, treacle, woody brown sugars. Flavour is composed of sweet brown sugars, thin, sticky toffee pudding, little apple. Pretty boosty with not much pay off. Palate is thin, sweet, , moderate carbonation. Little woody and cardboard in the finish.

3.1
b3shine (8795) - Indiana, USA - FEB 5, 2016
Bomber to taster (shared with the Mrs; thanks Ferris). Looks solid; a mostly transparent chestnut with off-white head. Smells maltyvwithvnotes of grain and toast alongside some mild hops in the background. Tastes like it smells with notes of burnt toffee. Mouthfeel is medium-bodied. Unoffensive, but underwhelming.

3.1
djd07 (14358) - Houston, Texas, USA - JAN 30, 2016
Bottle. Pours a clear copper with small white head. The aroma is biscuit, spice, dark fruit. Medium mouth, caramel, raisin, grain, lingering sweetness.

3.3
VsXsV (4414) - Stockholm, SWEDEN - JAN 30, 2016
Bottle. Clear amber liquid with small white head. Aroma of raw sugar, toffee, raisins, sweet alcohol, earth and light fresh hops. Taste is light sweet and light bitter with notes of raw sugar, toffee and alcohol. Medium bodied with medium carbonation. Quite good.

3.5
mjg74 (3093) - La Mesa, California, USA - JUN 30, 2015
Bomber from Capital Market. Deep amber/ruby in color upon pouring. Fairly subdued nose with a little dark fruit coming through. Mild earthiness up front with quite a bit of dark fruit. A bit of hoppiness, but mostly malts and dark fruit. Very balanced easy drinking strong ale.


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