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Brewed By: Epic Brewing Company (UT)

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Average Rating:
8.28295

Number of Ratings: 774

Style: American Double / Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 825 State St, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, USA

ABV: 12.1%

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tylerharp@yahoo.com profile picturetylerharp@yahoo.com - March 8, 2014
Very strong coffee flavor but sweet finish
whoopn profile picturewhoopn - March 7, 2014
Coffee! But well balanced and tastes like a great coffee that's also beer. Your taste buds will be confused for sure.
mrd775 profile picturemrd775 - February 23, 2014
Release 28. Lower ABV at 9.9%. Big time coffee - by far the dominant flavor. Should be called a breakfast stout. Following coffee is a mix of sweet and bitter. Solid brew - certainly not the best I've had. Also not the worst.
csmithivxx profile picturecsmithivxx - February 17, 2014
Very well proportioned chocolate to stout flavor. Makes me think of dark ages when monks made beer.
rabbitfuzz619 profile picturerabbitfuzz619 - January 25, 2014
Great beer! Batch # 25. First few sips I was wishing for more cocoa, but once the alcohol warmth dissipated the cocoa stood out. Definite coffee flavor but not overwhelming. Great texture and finish. If you like imperials this is top notch.
robertvperry@gmail.com profile picturerobertvperry@gmail.com - December 10, 2013
Release 23. This is the real deal. Pour heavy to whip up the head. Lots of chocolate and coffee and kick.
dkrenik profile picturedkrenik - November 23, 2013
Foamy, tan head. Opaque brown/black color. Effusive coffee and cocoa aromas buttressed with malty undertones. On the palate coffee dominates with malt in the finish. Surprisingly medium bodied with fine/soft carbonation. Not bad. This bottle came from release 11 with 12.1 ABV. Release #54 with 12.5 ABV. Consistent with earlier releases. Perhaps more chocolate in the nose and palate.
Jackets60 profile pictureJackets60 - April 28, 2013
Release #10. Typical dark stout. Tanish 1 finger head. Huge coffee notes on the nose and taste. Getting the cocoa nibs and some chocolate as well. Not getting much of the barrel character. Coffee dominates it! Solid brew!
wehler profile picturewehler - March 10, 2013
Batch #10 was similar to southern tier black water series. Creamy, smooth with cocoa, coffee and a slightly bitter finish. Batch #7 was much more average with no unique attributes. Research batch information before you buy!
brennanturner6 profile picturebrennanturner6 - February 24, 2013
Great rich dark chocolate color. Subtle coffee and chocolate on nose with smokiness of charred oak. Caramel taste with bitterness that compliments the charred oakiness and is offset slightly by blackberry sweetness. Coffee and chocolate. Bold but not too heavy.
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