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Brewed By: Stoudts Brewing Co.

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Average Rating:

Number of Ratings: 384

Style: American Double / Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 2800 N Reading Rd, Adamstown, PA 19501, USA

ABV: 9%

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Tasting Notes

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TriDad profile pictureTriDad - November 7, 2012
Very creamy, rich head, clear coffee and chocolate overtones, smooth fine grain finish
trained moose profile picturetrained moose - September 30, 2012
Great. Smooth. Very nice.
savvysaint profile picturesavvysaint - September 20, 2012
Great beer dark malty with oatmeal flavor if you like stouts get this beer also hoppy but not to much
dlitolff profile picturedlitolff - August 21, 2012
Average imperial stout, not bad but a little different aftertaste than many. Bottle, August 2012.
a hungri bear profile picturea hungri bear - July 29, 2012
28JUL12, Flying Saucer, TN Bottle Ugh. Typical stout. Bitter with some chocolate hints. Overall, a meh flavor. 30JUL12, Flying Saucer, Nashville, TN Bottle Now it reminds me slightly of the Old Rasputin with the tinge. Still too bitter and weird on the flavor.
rsd profile picturersd - July 9, 2012
Excellent dark smooth beer. Ocean city
Sweet Lou 44 profile pictureSweet Lou 44 - April 13, 2012
Nice dark, thick, rich beer....Right up my alley! Great to chill out with on a cold night.
krebsrob profile picturekrebsrob - April 11, 2012
Very thick. Very, very thick. It has a lot of roast malt character, and the oatmeal is present in the mouth almost immediately. Not bad, but save it for a cold day. Goes great with beef. You'll need a fork and knife for this beer.
Janster profile pictureJanster - April 7, 2012
Not too bad but heavy. I'm not much into the dark n heavy beers
selively profile pictureselively - January 29, 2012
Smells of chocolate, malt, roasted oatmeal, and booze. Color dark caramel. Taste dark chocolate, light hop, and roasted caramels
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