"Stout Stoat" Stout - Salamander Brewing Company
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Ratings: 3 | Reviews: 3 | Display Reviews Only:
3.9/5 rDev -6.7%
A - Very dark brown to black in body. Moderate khaki head on pour. Head recedes moderately quick. Lacing looks good.
S - Milk chocolate and fruity esters up front. Slight alcohol smell at the beginning as well. Roast and a slight astringent smell in the middle to end.
T - Lots of roast and chocolate up front. Moderate amount of dark fruit in the beginning to the middle as well. Finishes slightly boozy.
M - Medium bodied. Slight alcohol warming sensation, carbonation is nice.
O - A very drinkable beer. I think the roast and the chocolate can be increased a bit, and a thicker body would be nice as well. Overall pretty good though.
01-28-2012 19:09:11 | More by WrathsU
4.6/5 rDev +10%
Ok got the 10oz pour at jupiter. My first time here at Jupiter. Found it via bart and beer. http://beerbybart.com/why/jupiter-berkeley-station/
Color- Black with zero light making it through. The head is milk choacolate cream. It is a real thing of beauty. Seriously it looks amazing.
So smell is not that strong. Granted the two dudes next to me had a huge plate of jupiter's garlic bread.
So taste is malty with a hint of choacolate. I ma having a hard time really describing it but it is great.
Mouthful is smooth, smooth as butter....It is way to easy to drink this thing of beauty.
So now I am a little pissed I don't have access to this beer in Boise.
12-05-2010 22:13:35 | More by isualum12
United Kingdom (England)
4.03/5 rDev -3.6%
Tasted by a half-pint at the (former) Cask & Cutler, Sheffield, served with a non-sparkler pour.
A: extremely dark brown in colour, with a faint caramely glow when seen against light; a tan-hued foamy-spongy head holds up really well (for a non-sparkler-poured ale).
S: rather fruity on top of the usual (light) roasted malts, with loads of nuttiness to follow... some nectar-ish syrupy touch is also detected. Overall, the aroma is FULL, simple, and nice.
T: the nearly full-bodied black/coffee-ish malts support the initial smooth taste of roast nuttiness... the flavour lingers and stays intact rather than evolves over time, then leading towards a soothing bitter dry-ish palate with an occasional "spicy" intervention... the palate is chewy in the end as well, but overall the long bitterness is rather settled and laced with a "lovely" (hard-to-describe) hop flavour/aroma.
M&D: having tried only two Salamander's ales, I have to say I've already been converted - this one is a very refreshing and balanced smooth stout, showing a critical level of bitterness that balances off as well as benefits from the sound sourness from roast barleys.
05-27-2009 18:35:24 | More by wl0307
"Stout Stoat" Stout from Salamander Brewing Company
- out of 100 based on 3 ratings.