Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout - Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
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Reviews by beeragent:
4.51/5 rDev +7.4%
Poured into a pint glass from a bottle.
A - Pours a deep brown with ruby highlights. Creamy 1/4 inch mocha head with medium rings of lace.
S - Strong sweet chocolate malt aroma! Very reminiscent of chocolate milk.
T - Flavor profile is dominated by the chocolate malt. Very smooth and creamy with a definite lacto presence. Slight hop bitterness in the finish.
M - Thick bodied, but not like motor oil, with good carbonation.
O - Exactly what you would expect from the label. Great milk/sweet stout overall. One of thee best I've had. Highly recommended if you like milk/sweet stouts!
05-08-2013 00:50:37 | More by beeragent
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4.45/5 rDev +6%
Poured into an imperial nonic a deep chocolate brown with a creamy 1/2 finger tan colore head atop,a great looking pour.Milk chocolate really stood out to me in the nose along with roast and a hint of vanilla,like dessert in a glass.Mellow slightly fizzy feel to the beer,both balance each other out well.Chocolate and more chocolate on the palate but it doesn't hammer your taste buds,it's just a mellow lingering chocolatiness,mild roast and nuttiness with a shot of vanilla.I would make an ice cream float out of this,it's not even close to being cloying but the chocolate flavors are predominant,a great fricken milk stout here!
10-31-2012 20:37:36 | More by oberon
4.03/5 rDev -4%
Pours a dark, deep brown with some ruby shining through the edges - not quite dark or bold enough to be called black. A light tan head forms, stays, and leave a little bit of wet looking lace on the way down. The aroma is full-force, 100% chocolate. BIG TIME chocolate - creamy and sweet, like chocolate milk or chocolate candies. Chocolate syrup, up and down. Some light roasty malt aromas, of course, but they don't stand a chance against the chocolate barricade. As it warms up, a slight nutty aroma pops its head in. But, like, chocolate covered nuts. This chocolate means serious fucking business.
The taste is basically everything you'd expect - sweet chocolate, through and through. Like a creamy and sweet chocolate milk, with some extra chocolate syrup added. The chocolate is overall pretty sweet and milky, but there is a bit of bitterness from the heavy roast in the malt. Perhaps a little bit is from the hops also? But I don't taste much hop flavor, if any at all. Maybe a bit of leafiness, but I'm probably just talking out of my ass. I don't taste much else but combinations of different chocolates. Thin-medium body, a little thinner than expected, and not as creamy as I'd hoped for, with high carbonation.
Chocolate milk beer, basically. Milk chocolate flavors dominate, with just a touch of bitter roast for balance. Good beer to introduce people to stouts who are intimidated. Drinks easy, and very flavorful for being only 5% ABV.
02-16-2013 22:23:03 | More by tectactoe
4.2/5 rDev 0%
Typical SS mid sized bottle. No freshenss info.
Pours near black. Head is larger and luxorious. Stays and stays. Then a nice film, low sheeting and ample fine bits of lace and more sheeting.
Chocolate sniff. Yum
Smooth and super tasty. More milk chocolate all over this one.
Also notes of dark malts, vanilla, dark bread. A treat to enjoy this well crafted ale. They have been doing it since 1758! Dark beer lovers go get some and enjoy with a chocolate dessert or worked great with some spicy mexican tacos
01-13-2013 19:33:58 | More by Billolick
4/5 rDev -4.8%
Appearance: one inch head, dark brown in color, clear, moderate carbonation
Smell: chocolate both sweet milk and dark varieties
Taste: cocoa powder dominates with tastes of sweet milk chocolate, light amounts of dark chocolate and slight coconut
Mouthfeel: sweet start with a slightly bitter backbone, light bodied, moderate carbonation, bit chalky
Overall: I like this one a lot, but perhaps not as much as their organic fruit beers--almost like a good English chaocalte candy bar in liquid form. It takes on a great chalky--but pleasant cocoa quality to it. A lot more choclate taste than stout taste but definately one to get again--especially in the cooler months.
12-10-2012 15:10:59 | More by tigg924
Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout from Samuel Smith Old Brewery (Tadcaster)
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