RATINGS: 1239   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.72/5   EST. CALORIES: 240   ABV: 8%
Formerly Weyerbacher Imperial Stout.
Rich, velvety and deliciously complex, Weyerbacher Imperial Stout is a truly distinctive winter warmer. We use seven types of malt and two varieties of hops to bring forth this big brew. Quite robust and roasty on the palate, Weyerbacher Imperial Stout has a wonderfully fruity nose and a moderately dry finish. The taste is highly complex- perhaps you’ll even discern notes of expresso or chocolate.

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TorbenJensen (1545) - Valby, DENMARK - OCT 11, 2015
Cool light brown and creamy foam. It does not last as long after pouring, but leaving small islands of foam on top. It leaves beautiful lace on the side of the tube and has an incredible enticing aroma of hard roasted malt and chocolate. The taste is malty of the aforementioned hard roasted malt, but it also brings some coffee notes and dark bitter chocolate notes. Hop bitterness is gentle and leads to long finish. A little smoked character is finally in flavor nuances and it is an imperial stout that is incredibly delicious and very good.

rafael52 (1576) - Łódź, POLAND - SEP 21, 2015
Kolor: ciemnobrunatny, prawie czarny.
Piana: obfita, drobnopęcherzykowa, dość szybko opada.
Zapach: gorzka czekolada, praliny, kakao, trochę kawy oraz paloności, delikatny alkohol.
Smak: średnia pełnia, przyjemna aksamitność, smak trochę płytki, kakao, gorzka czekolada, kawa, lekkie nuty palone oraz kwaskowe, delikatny alkohol.
Wysycenie: średnie.

jbruner (5121) - Marietta, Georgia, USA - SEP 8, 2015
Pours an opaque black from the bottle with fluffy tan head that dissipates to leave moderate lace. Aroma of coffee roast and sweet chocolate, hint of soy. Taste follows, awesome dark roast and chocolate notes. Solid imperial stout with minimal booze.

BRW (2941) - Barcelona, SPAIN - SEP 1, 2015
Bottle at BBF LAb. Black colour with beige head. Roasted aroma. Roasted, chocolate and slightly fruity taste. Medium to full body.

Acid303 (674) - Barcelona, CATALONIA, - AUG 24, 2015
35.5cl bottle, served in Snifter. Pours black with beige head. Aromas of sweet malts rather than dark ones, licorice and a slight touch of smoke. Taste is roasted malts, coffee and licorice. Moderate bitterness on the palate. Medium/full body, good carbonation. Not bad, just a little bit too sweet.

kevinsenn (2263) - Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA - AUG 21, 2015
Bottle from Bruisin’ Ales, Asheville NC. Rich aroma of chocolate, coffee, and toasted marshmallow. Pleasant sweet and bitter taste with the same notes as in the aroma. Great.

BREWMUSKCLES (2727) - New Jersey, USA - AUG 12, 2015
somewhat smooth and somewhat thick. some wine in the flavor and a bit of anise or licorice. light cocoa or coffee.

madelfonatree (317) - Columbus, Ohio, USA - JUL 7, 2015
Look - Nice black body and medium tan head with aggressive pour. Thick bubbled head. No lacing. Smell - Coffee. Chocolate. Malt. Caramel. Belgian? Taste - Malt. Chocolate. Caramel. Coffee. Dirty. Alcohol is prominent at the end. Feel - Creamy and heavy. Carbonation throughout but not a bomb. Overall - A good imperial stout with little over the top features. Can’t really complain with that.

radio_nowhere (1472) - Maryland, USA - JUN 22, 2015
4 oz. draft at the brewery in Easton, PA. Opaque black color with tan head. Aroma notes of roasted malt, cocoa, light coffee, smoke and faint dark fruitiness. Taste adds caramel, char, faint vanilla and earthy bitterness. Medium-heavy body, low-moderate carbonation, creamy, dry with bittersweet roast finish. Pretty solid, yet average, imperial stout. Great base for the bourbon barrel aging done later!

ctipping (2200) - Florida, USA - JUN 17, 2015
12 oz. poured into a goblet. Black, perhaps dark brown. Does not look viscous. Tan head that vanishes quickly to leave only a trace of carbonation. Roasty. Very roasty. Chocolate aroma, maybe coffee, but mostly roasted malt. Bitter right at the start. Some chocolate, some coffee. Mostly the same as the smell. Finishes with a roasty malt flavor. Thin for a big stout (not all that big, really). It finishes a bit dry. It could use a bit more body. Not much alcohol, but it’s only 8%, so I probably wouldn’t even notice it if it were prevalent. Kinda uninteresting, but well made.

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