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Brewed By: Oskar Blues Grill & Brewery

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Average Rating:
7.9382

Number of Ratings: 3479

Style: American Double / Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 303 Main Street, Lyons, CO 80540, USA

ABV: 10.0%

IBU: 25


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Tasting Notes

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Mapwhap profile pictureMapwhap - June 26, 2014
A very good stout. Very dark and complex, but a little more bitter on the end than I like. Notes of dark chocolate and coffee prevail.
edwinjcreque@gmail.com profile pictureedwinjcreque@gmail.com - June 2, 2014
Very creamy. A bit bitter but you can subtly taste the vanilla and chocolate hints.. A little bit of coffee on the finish. If super frosty and on a hot summer night with outside seating
doodlebug profile picturedoodlebug - May 28, 2014
Heavy with too much molasses flavor
postalmarke profile picturepostalmarke - April 13, 2014
Nice,rich,tasty
mikehkaiser profile picturemikehkaiser - April 8, 2014
Dark and heavy but oh so good
wesleyboston930@yahoo.com profile picturewesleyboston930@yahoo.com - March 29, 2014
Malty boozy creamy
Beezer111 profile pictureBeezer111 - March 19, 2014
Strong beer, lots of chocolate, brown head, coffee overtone, fills you up...would drink several but, heavy. Good for 1 at a time with a hearty meal.
shannplunkett1 profile pictureshannplunkett1 - March 7, 2014
Dark chocolately taste! Loved it!
drfancher@hotmail.com profile picturedrfancher@hotmail.com - February 24, 2014
One of the best beers I've ever had. Very drinkable. Rich, thick, roasty but very smooth
braduva profile picturebraduva - February 22, 2014
Tobacco. Espresso. Chocolate. Alcohol. Very strong, but good
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