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Brewed By: Revolution Brewing (IL)

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8.08333

Number of Ratings: 60

Style: Russian Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 3340 N Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60618, USA

ABV: 11.4%

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truss profile picturetruss - December 9, 2018
Clever name, cleverer beer. 14.8% abv. Either the 2018 vintage upped the octane or the initial poster both got the data wrong and took a shit picture. In contrast I can offer no criticism of this potent beer. Quite boozy, meaning the bourbon. I can hardly think of a worse place to be introduced to this style! Newbs and naysayers be warned. Also a little vanilla, chocolate, a faint hint of coconut. Full bodied. Very similar, and compares quite favorably, to Goose Island?s Bourbon County. But I think this one is bigger on the bourbon and it?s less smooth, though that?s compared to year old Bourbon County, which I had two weeks ago. This is the best Revolution beer I?ve had by far. Also, got in a can, so reasonably priced at around $7, I think.
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - December 3, 2015
A delicious bourbon barrel stout. Pour black with a thin brown head. Smells of bourbon, vanilla, coconut, and chocolate. Tastes similar, almost like a Mounds bar soaked in whiskey. Not viscous but thin and a little oily. The head leaves no lace but the liquid itself sticks to the glass. Ecstatic to have had it but at twenty dollars or more for a bomber I won't be having a whole lot more. Great beer!
Mac17 profile pictureMac17 - May 9, 2015
Tap house Palatine May 2015. Too big for me. Couldn't drink it.
jason9er@gmail.com profile picturejason9er@gmail.com - December 3, 2014
A good imperial A little to much salty taste
Reeds profile pictureReeds - March 3, 2014
Excellent imperial stout. The nose has a ton of bourbon. First sip also accentuates the bourbon. The finish has tons of malts with a hint of chocolate.
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