Profiled by Ken Carman
Big rock head combined with some pillow, a slightly brown head holds and holds. Deep obsidian: 38 srm or more.
Peanut butter nose, but slight, some chocolate malt, slightest hint of roasted barley at best.
Taste is peanut butter, followed by darker malts. Could use a hint more roasted barley: just make sure “stout.”
Mouthfeel is full and a tad slick. Complex mix between a slight stick to the roof of the mouth peanut butter sense.
Peanut butter focus too high, though not excessive. Just needs more stout character. Not much: slight.
Says “export stout:” if export you definitely need more. Millie said there’s lactose, I’m guessing that’s the chocolate… did they add milk chocolate or just malts? That may explain lactose sense. All I got was maybe chocolate MALTS.
Not enough reviews on BA to assess: what was listed varied quite a bit. Nothing noticed via Google listed for Rate Beer.
This is a pleasing, quite drinkable, quaff. But needs more to be as claimed.
Welcome to the PGA beer rating system: one beer “Don’t bother.” Two: Eh, if someone gives it to you, drink. Three: very good, go ahead and seek it out, but be aware there is at least one problem. Four: seek it out. Five: pretty much “perfecto.”
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