Green Man The Dweller - Green Man Brewery
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4.5/5 rDev +13.4%
Pours with medium mocha head. As expected, the color is dark. It has initial smell of a crisp flowery chocolate. This is a very drinkable stout. It is smooth and living up to the name as the flavor dwells in a very pleasant aftertaste of vanilla and malt. Honestly, this is one of the best stouts I've had in a long time. Kudos to Greenman Brewery. I will definitely be drinking more from them soon. I feel honored to have had the chance to drink this rare brew. Thanks goes to my friend Molly for the present.
07-05-2012 06:19:03 | More by Blakerooster
4.3/5 rDev +8.3%
Beer pours out black with a mocha head and tight lacing. Very viscous and thick.
I get a lot of chocolate, some roasted malts and a bunch of prune/currant undertones. It smells great, but pick up more hops than I expected.
Taste is a great blend of chocolate, hazelnut, vanilla, cream, roasted malt, a little bit of char at the end keeps this from being a 5.
It has a thicker feel to me, but light enough to keep it from being overly rich, carbonation is ample for the style.
Overall, this was very enjoyable and a great first effort at bottling.
05-06-2012 20:27:29 | More by Netdigger2
4.25/5 rDev +7.1%
A - pours a thick motoroilesque dark brown With half a finger of rich darker chocolate head. Good retention, OK lacing.
S - rich chocolate, rosary almost mildly smokey malts, some sweet darker fruits and licorice.
T - Lots of sweet dark fruit and licorafe. Fair amount of chocolate sweetness and a bit of roastyness. Slightly boozy as well. The more I drink the more balanced between the four it gets.
M - not quite full bodied but not too far off, moderate carbonation, good mix of drinkable and sipper.
12-29-2013 23:33:14 | More by MacQ32
4.24/5 rDev +6.8%
My bottle designates alcohol content as 7.5% not 9.5%.
Capped 750ml bottle pours into a La Fin Du Monde oversized snifter. Pitch black in color with a rather dark and frothy, cappuccino colored head of at least one finger in size. Plenty of lacing adorns the glass.
Full of coffee, chocolate, and roasted grains in the nose. Minimal fruitiness, but the overall aroma is rather subtle; nothing is overly noticeable, therefore the overall feel is lacking. Some alcohol sweetness.
Nice balance in the flavor. Starts with coffee and sweet malts, figs and raisins. Finishes strong with bakers chocolate and chocolate cake. Quite complex and delicious. Espresso Coffee roast finally comes to life long after consumption. This beer has a flavor that evolves second by second, each second different than the previous. Very nice!
Silky smooth mouthfeel with the alcohol well hidden (although it is fairly low for the style anyway). A real coffee and chocolate treat. Really enjoyed this one.
07-05-2013 19:13:32 | More by SaCkErZ9
4.2/5 rDev +5.8%
Poured from a bottle into a snifter, the beer is almost jet black, with a tan, frothy, foamy, light tan head that settles quickly into a halo of head. Aromas of dark roasted coffee, bittersweet dark chocolate, molasses, charred wood, caramel, hints of smoke, and earthy notes. Very heavy and rich nose. Wow. Flavors are heavily roasted forward, but with more of a blended flavor profile, with the bitter coffee forming a solid backbone, and bittersweet chocolate, caramel, and some creamy sweet notes providing balance. Very tasty and very drinkable. The 9.5% ABV is hidden very well beneath the layers of this brew. More richly sweet notes come out as you drink, with molasses dark sugary sweetness and caramel highlights darting in and out. Earthy notes, and even some hints of tobacco, rough the edges up enough to really define each sip, and allow you to appreciate the experience. Smooth, slightly heavy, and layered body, with a bitter, roasted, and chocolate laden aftertaste. The finish is smooth, with a slightly dry, bitter undertone. This is a beast, and well worth searching out.
03-27-2014 20:57:21 | More by GarthDanielson
4.09/5 rDev +3%
2013 batch. Bottle states 7.5% ABV, must be much lighter nowadays (current listing and picture says 9.5%)
A: Pours a nice pitch black. Big, fluffy, effervescent head. Head takes forever to fade away. Nice spiderweb lacework. Great head retention.
S: Nice roasted malt notes. Dark chocolate covered coffee beans. Touch of char and a decent amount of anise.
T: Nice bitter coffee and dark chocolate up front. A little charry with hints of anise in the middle. Whatever sweetness there is runs out and you get more of a pure baker's chocolate in the finish. Lingering dark chocolate between sips.
M: Medium bodied, smooth. Silky almost.
O: A pretty simple stout with just roasted malt flavors (sorry, been drinking a lot of barrel aged/adjunct added stouts lately so I'm a little warped). Great smooth and well integrated flavors. Very tasty and goes down easy. Very nice.
05-21-2013 05:07:58 | More by Dope
4.08/5 rDev +2.8%
Thanks to Wil for this one, shared at the 3rd annual chili showdown.
Poured into a pint, it frothed a bit with an ample layer of creamy tan foam. Lasting coverage and good retention, minimal spotty lacing. Bakers chocolate and light roast in the aroma, moreso in the full bodied flavor. Big chocolate, roast, and mild tobacco that gives it some nice complexity. Smooth and creamy feel, full in body. Despite the higher abv, it was quite easy to drink with a silky feel. Recommended!
11-04-2012 19:36:26 | More by emerge077
4.06/5 rDev +2.3%
Note: 2013 Vintage
A: Pours a thick opaque jet black in color with moderate to heavy amounts of gentle visible carbonation along the edges of the glass/surface of the beer and some very dark cola brown highlights. The beer has a two finger tall dense foamy very dark tan head that slowly reduces to a medium sized patch of thick film surround by a thin film covering the remainder of the surface of the beer and a medium thick ring at the edges of the glass. Moderate to significant amounts of lacing are observed.
S: Strong aromas of dark roasted malts, bittersweet chocolate, and some lighter notes of anise/licorice. Some lighter notes of dark fruits (plum) and freshly ground coffee with hints of earthy hops.
T: Upfront there are moderate to strong flavors of deeply roasted dark malts and a strong flavor of bittersweet chocolate. That is followed by some light notes of dark fruit (plum), anise/licorice, and fresh coffee. There are light to moderate flavors of earthy and pine hops. Overall there is a light to moderate amount of lingering bitterness.
M: Very full bodied with moderate amounts of carbonation. Creamy with hints of dryness and alcohol warming in the finish.
O: I really enjoyed this beer - a really nice flavor and aroma with a wonderful body. Overall the alcohol is well hidden and the beer is easy to drink.
12-22-2013 19:42:03 | More by dbrauneis
4.05/5 rDev +2%
Bought back in April at Bestway in Greensboro.
Pours beautifully leaving a finger of head that settles down to the edges of the glass.
Smells of a little chocolate and dark fruits. Roasty. Some coffee. It's hard to smell after a Black Tuesday and Hunahpu's.
Tastes of chocolates and dark fruits with a bit of a burnt after taste. Very drinkable though.
Mouthfeel is perfect. Smooth and creamy, the way a big stout should be.
I like this beer for sure, and the rating may have been higher if it wasn't up against such heavyweights tonight.
06-03-2012 01:29:21 | More by DangerDawg
Green Man The Dweller from Green Man Brewery
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