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Brewed By: Stone Brewing Company

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7.36656

Number of Ratings: 3923

Style: American Strong Ale

Brewed In: California, United States

ABV: 7.20%

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Oaked Arrogant Bastard Ale

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Tasting Notes

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DrGonzalez profile pictureDrGonzalez - October 27, 2015
Bitter with a little sweetness
tonyc210@gmail.com profile picturetonyc210@gmail.com - August 11, 2015
Pours a dark copper, minimal head. Not much to the nose; a bit of toffee maybe. Espresso flavor at the beginning, lots of hop bitterness, but not overwhelming. Pretty smooth and it has a nice tart sweetness to it. Definitely worth trying. I would drink this again. 8/10/15 12 oz bottle 4 stars
wtexoticanimals@yahoo.com profile picturewtexoticanimals@yahoo.com - March 17, 2015
Crisp and rich.
bjc304 profile picturebjc304 - March 8, 2015
Strong Bitter
HSAlegend02 profile pictureHSAlegend02 - October 25, 2014
Pretty smooth for 7.2% abv, nice oak flavor but pretty hoppy...I like this better than the regular arrogant bastard though
ronborlaza@yahoo.com profile pictureronborlaza@yahoo.com - September 11, 2014
Smooth Oakley flavor.
Baldydoublechins profile pictureBaldydoublechins - August 16, 2014
Not a lot of oak in that beer
Herbz? profile pictureHerbz? - August 7, 2014
If u like the oak taste on a beer this is the beer for u. Strong. Dark. And enough alcohol to keep u happy.
alepatrol profile picturealepatrol - August 3, 2014
Reminds me of Bigfoot but a little less bitter
Borderking profile pictureBorderking - July 9, 2014
Arrogant Bastard, but smoother, more refined, better. It's not that any oak flavors really take over or are even that noticeable...It's just that the beer as a whole is more polished, the edges aren't as rough, so the deliciously strong malt flavor can penetrate more easily without being too aggressive or overly bitter. It's a wonderful improvement to an already great beer!
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