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Brewed By: Avery Brewing Company

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7.94251

Number of Ratings: 661

Style: American Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 4910 Nautilus Ct N, Boulder, CO 80301, USA

ABV: 16.03%

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afom1 profile pictureafom1 - October 15, 2017
14.6% ABV is on the bottle. Strong cocoa flavor.
laurahallie profile picturelaurahallie - November 12, 2016
Coffee-covered cherry
HSAlegend02 profile pictureHSAlegend02 - May 16, 2015
Cocoa, boozy....strong oak flavor throughout, good beer for its abv
big J profile picturebig J - May 5, 2015
One HUGE brew. Coffee and alcohol
jjswizz profile picturejjswizz - April 6, 2015
Very good chocolate taste with warm aftertaste. Can't tell it is 17% ABV. (Martin City)
rsd profile picturersd - March 21, 2015
3/20/15. Shoprite morris plains. Very good but strong. Too strong?
wesleyboston930@yahoo.com profile picturewesleyboston930@yahoo.com - February 9, 2015
Big boozy nose w slight cherry scent! Not as hot as I expected on the palat good woody flavor w smokey chocolatey
aaf145 profile pictureaaf145 - February 1, 2015
Might be my new favorite beer.. Boozy but so creamy and packed with dark chocolate taste u could easily pound..masks the liquor....the abv is nonexistent in this bad boy..a must try... Need a case of this shit..5 stars easy.. Went down so easy..Based on abv and smoothness makes this one of the best imperial stouts ever..should be in the top 3 on brew genes top 100..
dpinskey@hotmail.com profile picturedpinskey@hotmail.com - September 13, 2014
When one is enough. Variable high ABV. The batch I had was listed as being 18%. Rich burnt malt and pumpernickel flavor. Very boozy. Sip slowly.
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - April 26, 2014
Wow! Great beer. Black as night with an everlasting tan head. Subdued malty aroma. Big dose of sweet malt at first, then slight chocolate, toast and coffee that are quickly overtaken by a lovely, warming alcohol burn. Viscous and velvety. Pricey but well worth it. Stouts are my absolute favorite style and this is definitely one of the best.
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