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Brewed By: Pizza Port (Port Brewing Company)

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Number of Ratings: 176

Style: American Double / Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 135 N. Highway 101, Solana Beach, CA 90725, USA

ABV: 12.10%

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Tasting Notes

Please sign in to post comments about this beer and see your Beer Buddies' comments. profile - June 25, 2016
Creamy Chocolate molasses imperial stout
Fireballlk profile pictureFireballlk - December 20, 2015
Very chewy mouthfeel, sweet and roasty dark fruits, thick and black; bourbon finish
RogMan profile pictureRogMan - June 12, 2015
The bottle is W A Y too small. profile - March 3, 2015
A+. Very, very rich and alcoholic. profile - December 28, 2014
Imperial stout, aged in whiskey barrels. Really DOES look like crankcase oil.
sandan_mark profile picturesandan_mark - December 11, 2014
Damn.....almost too good. Solid malt, thick, burbony, luscious.
captain eli profile picturecaptain eli - August 17, 2014
palace25 profile picturepalace25 - August 15, 2014
2010, 2014, 2011, 2013, in that order
jimortiz profile picturejimortiz - July 19, 2014
Thin head. Black color. Coffee smell. Coffee and chocolate taste with bourbon. Smooth mouthfeel.
svenllr profile picturesvenllr - September 18, 2013
The bottle claims that this is "Not your dads 30 weight!" In a way, it does pour like black gold as it thickly drains from the cork opened bottle. The smell gives away the secret high ABV of 11% lending a hint of the oak barrel aging. The taste is layered and complex. If you're expecting something like Guinness, you've got the wrong brew as every sip reminds you this was crafted and not mass produced. There's really no head to hide the pitch black tar resting your glass and those frightened by dark beers will run screaming from this one. Don't be afraid, though, it's a pleasant beer most enjoyed when sipped.
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