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Brewed By: Brasserie Dieu Du Ciel

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Number of Ratings: 339

Style: American Double / Imperial Coffee Stout

Brewed In: 29 Av Laurier O, Montréal, Quebec, H2T 2N2, Canada

ABV: 9.50%

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Tasting Notes

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chulk771 profile picturechulk771 - October 20, 2013
Low carb, smooth. Mid- big body. Big coffee, most I've tasted. Flavor lasts, balances ABV. 4.1
quara0 profile picturequara0 - July 27, 2013
A very oak scent invites a strong coffee flavor and lightning bitter chasing taste. A strong beer, interesting combination of flavors.
clint profile pictureclint - March 6, 2013
Monks 2013
jmouland profile picturejmouland - January 1, 2013
Big taste more burnt than most bitter finish
Conorpants profile pictureConorpants - December 10, 2012
4/22/12. Home
Dricka profile pictureDricka - June 17, 2012
Needs to be consumed with food.
spotted mitch profile picturespotted mitch - April 25, 2012
In league with kbs.
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - December 27, 2011
Pours a jet black that seems almost thick and creamy, resembling motor oil in more than color, but (presumably) not in consumptive appreciation! An excellent foamy, yet creamy brown/mocha head with superb retention and a good lace. Aroma is dominated by deeply roasted coffee with hints of stout malts exemplified by oats, though these are very negligible in contrast to the overwhelming coffee aroma that would be near indistinguishable from a freshly brewed espresso. On the tongue, this delicious, but bold, strong (9.5% ABV), and bitter beer begins with light oak and oat notes, though these are quickly eradicated by the bitter drying of extremely bold coffee flavours that entirely mask the alcohol. Some chocolate and hops dryness are discernible if considered explicitly, but everything is muted by the force of the coffee. Everything one would expect from the style. Quintessential. Not for everyone, but near perfect for those who'd like it! Even creamier and sweeter, as to be expected, when on nitrogen tap. 11th anniversary variant with different coffees is excellent too!
davl22 profile picturedavl22 - November 4, 2011
Roasty, malty goodness
tjwhitta profile picturetjwhitta - October 16, 2011
Bitter; very faint coffee flavor
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