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Black Hole (Red Wine Edition) - Mikkeller ApS

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Reviews: 99
Hads: 180
rAvg: 3.74
pDev: 16.04%
Wants: 7
Gots: 32 | FT: 1
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Denmark

Style | ABV
Russian Imperial Stout |  13.10% ABV

Availability: Limited (brewed once)

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: ShogoKawada on 05-26-2010

This beer is retired; no longer brewed.

Brewed at De Proefbrouwerij.
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Photo of jlindros
3.9/5  rDev +4.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Dark thick pitch black beer with hints of fizzy head.

Nose has a light wine fruit, still lots of chocolate compared to the original, hint of syrupy like malts, dark roast, bitter.

Taste is light sweetness, reddish fruit, little chocolate, decent kick of booze, charred malt and roast, touch of sweet wine like, a bit vinous, hint syrupy caramel like malts.

Mouth is fuller bodied, decent enough carb although lighter, some warming and hint tingly booze.

Overall not bad, wine barrel adds a decent flavor that blends fairly well, but doesn't add a lot. (555 characters)

Photo of metter98
3.91/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: The beer poured jet black with a small tan-colored head. A thin layer of bubbles continually covered the surface.
S: There is a moderate aroma of roasted malts along with hints of coffee.
T: There is a lack of complexity in the overall taste, which is rather bitter and dominated by roasted coffee flavors. The barrel aging doesn't overpower these flavors and lends some notes of oak and vanilla in the finish.
M: It feels full-bodied and slightly dry on the palate. The carbonation lends some smoothness.
D: The beer is surprisingly easy to drink considering the alcohol content, which is well masked. (605 characters)

Photo of liamt07
3.91/5  rDev +4.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle shared by Jason, part of our Black Hole blind tasting. 375ml into a snifter.

Poured black with a bit of clarity around the edges, solid light brown head a couple fingers in height. Moderate retention, good legs and lace. Nose is quite fruity, some berry and light sweet vinous notes. A bit of char, bitter dark chocolate and light booze. Flavour is composed of more non-descript fruity notes, char, less vinous suggestions than the nose (although still there), honey sweetness and bit of tar. Thick full and sweet on the palate, not a ton of alcohol though. Nice and fruity BA'd imperial stout, a success I'd say. (621 characters)

Photo of cindyjeffsmith
3.92/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Part of a Christmas package from best friend that included a botlle of CBS. Nothin to do with this beer, I just can't keep saying it.
Appearance: well...black as a hole. Almost no head at all.
Smell: that black hole charred roast and coffee and the red wine is right there. Well done.
Taste: better than expected. I do like the barrel aged black hole. Kind of thought the red would mostly gimmick, but this works.
Overall: nicely done. (435 characters)

Photo of Rifugium
3.92/5  rDev +4.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

First tried: bottle from Pinocchio's beer garden, Media, PA

Imperial stout (13+%ABV) brewed with coffee, chocolate, vanilla, honey, and aged in red wine barrrels. Sounded really delicious. And it was, but unfortunately, I didn't find it as distinctive as I had hoped. That said, it definitely gained character as it warmed to room temp. It poured a very thick black-brown with a beautiful bubbly brown head. The nose was of chocolate-covered cherries. Chilled, the first thing that hit me was the coffee, and it seemed an average dry stout. As it warmed, I got more of the chocolate, but the wine flavor didn't hit until it was just about room temperature, and then, I tasted it only up front and in the aftertaste, which was nice. I didn't get any vanilla at all. Mildly bitter, and surprisingly very little taste of alcohol. Moderate mouthfeel and very drinkable. (866 characters)

Photo of ATLbeerDog
3.93/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Red Wine BA Black Hole w/Red Foil

Pours similarly to others in the series – Pitch black super thick looking with a huge frothy tan head that reluctantly recedes leaving a ton of super sticky lacing. Smells very much like the white wine version with a ton of acidic notes defining the nose. Some roasted sweet malts, coffee and vanilla are also present. First sip is super complex tasting as the red wine seems to be a conflicting element as opposed to contributing to the overall positiveness of the brew. The red wine notes control the flavor with all others - coffee, sweet overly roasted malts and chocolate there but too much in the background… Or is the red wine notes too much in the foreground? Mouthfeel, like the others in this series, is phenomenal. As I consume more of this version the red wine becomes more accustom. (834 characters)

Photo of philbe311
3.96/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

A - No real head from the pour, just an uneven splotchy veil of lacing that is light to medium tan in color with a very thin collar... The beer itself is a very dark brown with a faint reddish hue... Still with no discernible carbonation...

S - An intoxicating aroma... Roasted malts... Chocolate... Vanilla... Cherries... Honey... Very subtle notes of tannins from the wine barrel aging... A slight alcoholic heat character... Wonderful balance... Wonderful complexity...

T - Burnt roasted malts... Some alcoholic heat... The notes of vanilla and honey are minuscule at best... The finish is that of red wine and it lingers for quite a while...

M - Medium to full bodied... A bit of a thin feel... Not much carbonation, possible even a bit "flat..." A distinctive dry burnt nature... Some alcoholic heat lingers... Takes on a lot of red wine character from the aging process...

D - A sipper for sure... Challenges the senses... A bit of a booze bomb... The red wine components are undeniable... May make some beer drinkers uncomfortable, but I can't understand many of the negative reviews... This is not something I would drink on a regular basis, bit is the type of brewing that pushes boundaries that I really enjoy... (1,230 characters)

Photo of cvm4
3.96/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A - Pours dark like a stout, 2 finger brown head, great lacing & retention.

S - Huge roasted malts, honey, light milk chocolate and some booze.

T - A tart-ish stout! I like this! Charred malt, a little chocolate and coffee notes as well.

M - Spot on for a stout.

O - I believe I like this more than the cognac version. The tangy falvors makes it interesting. (363 characters)

Photo of coreyfmcdonald
3.96/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A: Pours pitch black with 2 fingers of very dense light brown head. Retention is great.

S: Heavily roasted malts, toffee, milk chocolate, and oak. I also get strong booze in the aroma. I get a hint of grape I assume from the wine barrel, but I'm honestly really looking for it.

T: Extremely burnt malts, really over the top and overwhelming, but fortunately the beer has some caramel and vanilla sweetness to help balance. I get a bit of fruitiness that I assume is from the wine barrel, but it's quite mild. This got significantly better after a few sips I assume as I got used to the burnt malts, but it's a bit much.

M: Medium to thick body for an Imperial Stout with creamy carbonation.

O: Way over the top burnt malts, but the other flavors in this beer are nice. The beer was far too strong to get much character from the wine barrel. I wish they'd make a similar series of beers with a base beer that is slightly less harsh. (935 characters)

Photo of scruffwhor
3.97/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Jet black color with dark brown highlights. Quick tan head recedes to nothing before I even sip it.

Very roasted and vinuous aroma overall. Coffee, brunt to roasted grains, and dark chocolate come to mind. Much more tart smell compared to the other three Barrel-aged Black Holes I've tried.

Drak coffee, mocha roasted malt flavors upfront after each sip. The middle has a more chocolate and red wine flavor. Sweet from teh viney red wine barrels, and dark from teh super roasted malts and coffee. I like the combo of RIS flavors and red wine barrel flavors. The oak is just a little there. The red wine stands out the most.

The palate has a little pucker, liek from a slightly tart red wine, but that roasted almost charred flavor from the malts and coffee. The best beer out of the barrel-aged Black Hole series I've tried so far. (836 characters)

Photo of ShanePB
3.98/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Served on-tap at Capone's for their Black Friday event. Poured into a 9 oz snifter glass.

A: Dark chocolate brown, essentially black in body with a light beige bubbly head. Nothing but a thin ring around the edge remained, but the lacing was splotchy and sticky.

S: Ripened dark red fruits (black cherry, red grapes), leather, chocolate roasted malts and hints of whiskey. There is certainly a distinct fruit element to the beer, not necessarily akin to a wine profile though the fruits themselves are. A touch of smoke and wood towards the back end.

T: A rich and robust dark malt, chocolate and cacao nib base is laid up-front. The wine qualities of this beer quickly come through and build on. Dry red fruits, more black cherry and raspberry, toffee and tobacco follow. Finishes like a dry red wine with some lingering fruity and smoke qualities.

M: Acceptable carbonation, not overdone but it still doesn't provide as full of a body as perhaps it should. Not thin or watery though, dry in the finish.

This was a nice surprise and a good way to end the morning at the restaurant. A lot of the red wine/wood qualities came through more than I expected. If you're not a wine person this may come off as confusing, but I think Mikkeller did a nice job at blending the two. (1,277 characters)

Photo of BEERMILER12
3.98/5  rDev +6.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Red foiled 12.7 oz. (375 mL) bottle

A: Pours a pitch black color with a 2 finger mocha/brown head that lasts for a while

S: Coffee, vanilla, oak, red wine, some sweetness overall but not too bad

T: Same as the smell, with the red wine notes coming off fairly strong. Definitely more present than the other BA Black Hole varieties in terms of flavor of the spirit in the barrels. Also in there is the bitter coffee, vanilla, and some oak. The wine does a nice bittering job along with the coffee

M: Full bodied with moderate-low carbonation

O: In terms of overall BA'ing jobs for the versions of Black Hole that I have had so far (this, Cognac, Tequila, and Bourbon), this has to be the best in terms of imparting flavor from the actual spirit (in this case, the red wine). Overall though, I'm not sure that red wine is the best with a RIS. Definitely interesting, but I think the other spirits add something that blends better with a RIS (942 characters)

Photo of rhoadsrage
4/5  rDev +7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

(Served in a snifter)
A- This beer pours a jet black body with a bubbly dark tan head that pops away into a thin film. There are a few tiny bubbles gliding up the glass. It was quite a bit of arm wrestling just to get the cork out of the bottle.
S- The chocolate and black malt has some melanoidins and a faint red wine tannin quality in the finish. There is a vanilla hint that comes through as the beer opens up.
T- There is a tart flavor that soon leads to a dark roasted black malt flavor with a slight inky taste to it and lots of char. There is a faint vinous finish with an alcohol taste that lingers a bit. The dark chocolate flavor really increases as the beer warms and more of the dry red wine lingers after the finish. M- This beer has a medium-light mouthfeel with an alcohol bite that finishes the beer.
D- Age might help this beer but right now it has lots of big sharp flavors that are tasty but seem to compete against each other. The tartness, chocolate, tannins and alcohol all fight against each other. (1,026 characters)

Photo of shoky01
4/5  rDev +7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

On tap at the Meddlesome Moth. Served in a snifter.

A: Pours deep black with a tiny light tan head. Good carbonation with good sticky lacing.

S: A little malt but the red wine aging comes out right away, almost smells bourbony.

T: wow, one of the best stouts I've had! The slight bitter fruitiness of the red wine followed by stouty goodness. Little bitter on the backside.

MF: tingly with alcohol. Smooth but a little sticky. Little burn on the way down.

OA: awesome, want more. Need more. (497 characters)

Photo of peensteen
4/5  rDev +7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Jason's bottle, part of the blind Black Hole tasting.

Near jet black, one finger of tan head, some lace left on the glass. Smell is quite fruity, some oak and roast malt, wine like notes, some wild/funky notes as well almost certainly the influence of the barrel, some bittersweet notes as well. Taste is fairly roasty, oak, vanilla and chocolate as well as some coffee, some lactic sourness that is quite complimentary, more roasted notes in the finish. Medium carbonation, full body and quite a nice feel. This was pretty solid, easy drinking but still a slow sipper, quite enjoyable. (587 characters)

Photo of JizackFH
4/5  rDev +7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - This beer pours a really dark brown color. There is a 2-finger dark tan head resting on top. The head has good retention, and it leaves behind a nice bit of sticky lace on the glass.

S - The nose has a good amount of dark roasted malt, as well as quite a bit of coffee aromas. There are some red wine aromas here, but a little less than I expected. I am also getting some notes of dark chocolate, oak, vanilla, smoke, and a bit of booziness.

T - The taste pretty much follows the nose. It starts off with a bunch of dark roasted malt and quite a bit of coffee. The red wine is present, but just like in the nose it is less present than I expected. There are other flavors of dark chocolate, smoke, vanilla, oak, and some booziness. The finish leaves some lingering coffee, roasted malt, alcohol, and wine flavors behind on the palate.

M - This has a pretty full body, but it isn't quite as heavy as I expected it to be. It has a fair amount of carbonation. It goes down easy and has a nice rich smooth feel to it. There is a good amount of roasted malt bitterness, as well as some sweetness. There is a little bit of dryness on the back end, and it also has some alcohol warmth in the finish.

O - This has really good drinkability. Sure it's a sipper, but the flavor is really nice. I thought it was going to have more of a red wine presence, but I'm really not sure if that would make me enjoy this more or less since I'm not the biggest wine fan. Overall, I think this is a really nice beer, and I think it is real interesting. I definitely recommend trying this one out. It was worth the $13 i paid for it. (1,621 characters)

Photo of russwbeck
4.03/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: The beer pours out as black as I would expect from something called Black Hole. It builds up around three fingers of deep brown head. Around a finger remains after a few minutes, and the space that used to be occupied by the head is now graced by a ton of lacing. 4.5

S: The tannins of the red wine, coffee, and honey really come together nicely on the aroma. It's musty as well, but in a good way. The coffee seems to be at the forefront, with the sweetness from the honey adding character. 4

T: The red wine is significantly more a focus of the taste than it was on the aroma. The wine and the coffee seem to fight for primacy at the beginning, but it gives way to a nice, smooth chocolate. The honey adds a sweetness that bolsters the finish. Despite some of the flavors trying to be the strongest, they all work well together. I was quite impressed by this one. 4

MF: Thick, heavy body that is low in carbonation. I found the alcohol to be well hidden, making this beer deceptively drinkable. 4

O: I was impressed, but not overwhelmed by this beer. There aren't many stouts this big aged in red wine barrels to my knowledge, but if they all taste like this I'd be ok with more coming out. 4 (1,201 characters)

Photo of GbVDave
4.05/5  rDev +8.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured from a (synthetic) corked and caged 12.7oz bottle into a Mikkeller tulip.

A: Pours a fantastic black with dark coffee brown highlights. Sitting on top is a dark mocha colored layer of creamy foam that slowly melts down to an unbreakable collar. Lace curtains all the way!

S: Aromas of fresh ground espresso, dark chocolate, and tangy fruit. As it warmed I picked up on the vanilla and/or honey, rich milk chocolate, and a surprising green hop nose.

T: Espresso and bitter dark chocolate are the big players here. A mildly tart fruit flavor is the obvious end result of the wine barrel aging. Fudge and bakers chocolate abound with fresh green hops and a bit of alcohol flavor. Loads of french press coffee in the long finish.

M: A flash of sweetness at the very beginning. This quickly becomes quite prickly and dry, without ever turning thin. A vinous tang acts as an undercurrent to the awesome hop/coffee/alcohol bitterness prevalent throughout this whole beer.

D: Considering its' heft, this was exceedingly drinkable. However, by the last 1/4 of the glass this left my cheeks feeling scorched and my eyelids a little heavy. (1,140 characters)

Photo of ncketchum
4.07/5  rDev +8.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Served in a Chimay goblet, allowed to warm to 60ish degrees

A = Pours very dark brown with a half a finger of old dark brown head which quickly dissipates, some carbonation, mild lacing

S = chocolate and red wine initially, followed by malt

T = taste on the wine overpowers at first and then the chocolate, coffee set in at the end. As with the Rum Aged Black Hole, ralcohol is almost overpowering at first

M = Good amount of alcohol, little carbonation

D = Drinkability is good, however, I couldn't see myself making more than one of these is sitting. Overall, it is unique and quite good. I would definitely try this again, but not on a daily basis. (657 characters)

Photo of WOTO97
4.1/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Split a bottle my friend picked up from Beer Revolution in Oakland (also picked up the rum and whiskey version). Pours a very deep black with a thin mousse-colored head; very little lacing. The alcohol is pretty pungent on the nose, but tons of other profiles are lurking beneath. Big roasted character and some pepper come through on the nose as well along with vanilla and earth characters. Some bold fruit playing in the background. The taste profiles are relatively similar, but the booze is much more in the background. Lots of the fruit comes out immediately but quickly fades to clover and pepper, very sweet residual honey flavors linger on the palate along with some very nice roasted malt notes on the back of the palate. The vanilla plays out very faintly and gets overshadowed by the very distinct honey qualities. The body was a little sticky but by no means big and round; wish the carbonation was toned down a bit for a bit mellower finish. Really enjoyed this fella but couldn't possibly have more than half a bottle--a bit too sweet on the finish for my taste--but a half glass is perfect. (1,106 characters)

Photo of Reaper16
4.1/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

12.7oz. bottler served into a snifter

Pours a super-dark brown; pretty much black inside of the edges. The head poured out an amount of head larger than I ever expected - a quarter-finger's worth. Decent lacing, actually.

This is the second Black Hole Barrel-Aged Series beer I've had tonight, and this is remarkably different than the Whiskey-barrel rendition that I had earlier. All that smoke is gone and in its place comes the coffee that I found lacking in the Whiskey-barrel Black Hole. Nice roasted coffee aromas play nicely with the bitter chocolate. There is less vanilla than anticipated, thought the oak is still strong. Wine-barrel, eh? Yes, there is a sweet, vinous red grape undercurrent. Grape and black currants, but not strongly of them. Finally, the alcohol seems a tad bit subdued compared to the Whiskey-barrel version.

This is on the sweet end of the style. Chocolate and nice coffee and oaky vanilla and a spritz of red fruits on the back end. This isn't too complex, but it does have balance between roast and fruit and juice and dry. This is pretty darn tasty.

The mouthfeel is noticeably different than the Whiskey-barrel version. The carbonation is somehow pricklier. The beer is less silky but also less hot with fusel alcohol. That lesser heat and less abrasive aftertaste make for a more drinkable beer.

I am very impressed by the stark differences between the two versions of Mikkeller Black Hole Barrel-Aged Series. Judging by this beer, I want to see more beers aged in red wine barrels. The results are tasty. (1,549 characters)

Photo of Vdubb86
4.13/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Served in a Stella glass

I'm rather fond of this series of beers. This one gets a nice little bump because I really liked deciphering what type of wine barrels were actually used. This beer pours the blackness that the name would suggest the smell is very chocolaty with hints of the red wine grapes on the nose, but it's too faint to pick out the type. The taste again is greatly chocolate filled with the wonderful currant taste and a tad bit on the spicy tannins that would lead me to believe that in some way shape or form that this barrel previously contained pinot noir grapes. The oak comes through as well. It's really a rather pleasant drink. It's a tad on the hot side, though I wonder with the cork and all how well it might actually age. (750 characters)

Photo of StonedTrippin
4.13/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

i found this and the tequila barrel aged edition down at coaltrain in colorado springs. that place has some dusty gems sitting around, these are relics at this point, and although i feared some deterioration, at over 13% abv, it was worth the risk. this one smoked the tequila one i though, the red wine was quite intense, the tannins there really sort of countered the slight oxidation the beer suffered, and while the honey has faded plenty, the other elements were prominent, and the texture was right on, huge and creamy, bitter enough from coffee and roast, and somehow soft in feel, not the least bit harsh, the alcohol has mellowed tremendously. i remember the white wine edition being more subtle on the wine, the fruit here is really pretty bold, cherry being the most obvious, and it goes great with the coffee and the relative dryness of the whole thing. i would have been curious to taste a fresh one side by side with this, but i enjoyed it very well next to the tequila edition. i hope these beers come back around at some point, but i think they were all one offs for now. a shame, such a cool base beer. (1,119 characters)

Photo of Arenbeer
4.15/5  rDev +11%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

12.7oz synthetic cork and caged bottle thanks to finewinemike!

Poured into a C Lawrence goblet at Fridge Temp

No date on bottle or Cork

A- Pours a solid black, you don't get darker than this. A small 1 finger light brown head on top that dissipated fairly quickly leaving spotting lacing and some serious alcohol feet on the side of the glass when you swirl it.

S- Really good. Dark roasted malts with a nice sweetness from the honey and vanilla. Has a really nice oak/wood note to it from the barrels. After giving it a nice swirl and let it warm a bit you definitely get some red wine notes in the background. Some sweet fruity notes from the grapes. A really great smelling beer to say the least.

T- Wow nothing like the aroma. Super strong roasted dark malts that bring out some nice coffee and bitter unsweetened chocolate. After it goes down your slammed with a strong smokiness and dryness from maybe the burnt barrels? Kind of like smoked meat in a way. Definitely some sweeter flavors hidden in there as well, most likely from the honey and vanilla. The wine kind of gets lost in the smoke but at the same times comes through and adds some fruit to the mix and complexity. Not at all what I was expecting

M- Medium bodied with lower carbonation and a nice dried out smokey finish.

Overall Black Hole is one of my favorite stouts so to try this definitely blows all my expectations out of the water. Definitely a completely different beast in every way. Once again Mikkeller has out done himself. Looking forward to the rest of these bad aces!

SkÅL! (1,569 characters)

Photo of ngeunit1
4.16/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - Dark brown-black with a finger of frothy chocolate colored head. Fades at a normal pace.

S - Dark chocolate and dark caramel malts, roasted coffee, molasses, black licorice, oak, vanilla, red wine, some dark fruit, and some booze.

T - Dark chocolate and sweet dark caramel malts, roasted coffee, black licorice, molasses, oak, red wine, vanilla, and some dark fruit, some citrus and pine hops and a bit of bitterness, and some booze.

M - Full bodied with moderate carbonation. Smooth with a warming and sweet finish.

D - Nicely balanced big imperial Stout. Nice body and mouthfeel. Red wine adds some nice depth and complexity. (635 characters)

Black Hole (Red Wine Edition) from Mikkeller ApS
84 out of 100 based on 99 ratings.