NYHarvey (2153) - New York, New York, USA - OCT 2, 2006
Aroma features dry cocoa and toasted/roasted malts. Flat black body with a thick mocha head. Mild roast elements appear first on the initial sip then chocolate, grainy cereal notes tastes more like a sweet stout than a dry stout though it certainly has a coarser and thicker mouthfeel than a SS. Not truly a bad beer, but it seems to stray pretty far from the Dry Stout recipe book. mojoman (158) - Nashville, Tennessee, USA - JUN 25, 2006
UPDATED: JUL 14, 2006 A great stout. Arguably the best stout produced in the state of Tennessee. You are rewarded with a great roasted finish with this one. Strong in alcohol. Kevin (2200) - Montana, USA - MAY 25, 2006
Purplish color with lacing sticky head. Chocolate Popsicle nose with sherbet filling. Flavor is a bit sour with a raspberry tea like taste. . Really liked the finish, chocolate cheesecake like finish. Even with all the sweetness it does finish dry. Active carbonation.
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Aurelius (5499) - Tallahassee, Florida, USA - APR 21, 2006
Rich, malty, smokey, slightly sweet raisinette aroma. Very dark, big tan head. Not sweet, tart, somehow simultanteously rich but going vacant. Smokey, creosote. Finishes sausagey. Medium-heavy mouth. A great compliment to cheese and salami. trafford (171) - Germantown, Tennessee, USA - MAR 20, 2006
UPDATED: MAR 27, 2006 This was the fourth Yazoo beer I tried at the Flying Saucer in Nashville and is the best so far. Not as strong or creamy as other stouts but it had a nice complex flavor that went down well.
StewardofGondor (1934) - Washington Heights - Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA - MAR 18, 2006
Tap. Deep translucency and inky dark brown in color with a ruby touch drawn out when put to light. Lovely, creamy mocha tan head covers the top, and marshmallow like lacing is left on the glass. Burlap sacks, wet dog, erasable pen heads, black patent crushed grains and mulch thrust upon freshly cleaned cotton summarize the nose. Oatmeal stout sweetness is promoted by brown sugar, chocolate milk and touchy toffee accents. This could sub for an iced down skim chocolate milk. Chocolate covered mocha beans and toasted grahams with slightly melted marshmallows come to fruition as well. Mild sweetness and saltiness touches the tongue’s tip. Chocolate malt powder brings things to a close. DJMonarch (9179) - Northwich, Cheshire, ENGLAND - MAR 15, 2006
Barrel Draught from the jug at the GABF, Colorado Convention Center 01/10/2005
Black slightly rich on the palate and strong in alcohol. Some dryness in a roast flavoured finish. tronraner (2459) - Walland, Tennessee, USA - DEC 17, 2005
Draught. Pours black with amber edges and a thin brown head. The aroma is roasted malt and cream. The palate is very smooth, and the flavor is pleasantly tangy. Grains dominate the flavor, with a smoky bacon flavor close behind, accompanied by some hops. Kind of different, but in a good way. NachlamSie (3536) - Denver, Colorado, USA - DEC 16, 2005
draught. Black. no head. Aroma is coffee, flat earthy soil, bread, a bit of cream. More coffee in the mouth, some hints of caramel, and smoky bacon. The smoked meat actually blends quite well. SpringsLicker (3665) - Tennessee, USA - OCT 23, 2005
Draught at the brewery.
Black pour that allows some deep ruby at hte edge of a tipped glass. Thin head.
The aroma is coffee with cocoa powder in the background.
Reserved sweetness and little roast barley bitterness make this a smooth drinking, easy quaffing stout. Drifts dangerously close to Porter in flavor.