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Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti - Great Divide Brewing Company

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Ratings: 2,538
Reviews: 835
rAvg: 4.22
pDev: 9.72%
Wants: 170
Gots: 555 | FT: 23
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Great Divide Brewing Company visit their website
Colorado, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  9.50% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes/Commercial Description:
Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout is another revered incarnation of our legendary imperial stout. We toned down the hops a bit to allow cocoa nibs to contribute some pleasing bitterness, while vanilla notes from the oak combine with the cocoa to create an aroma and flavor akin to a gourmet chocolate bar. A dash of cayenne keeps things lively, adding just a bit of heat to the finish. Another great Yeti? Hell yes.

(Beer added by: Mebuzzard on 05-30-2009)
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Photo of ChanChan
4.13/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

From notes:
Bottled April 7, 2011. Consumed May 4th 2011.

Appearance: Simply stout black, the head is dark fluffy tan about two fingers high. The head stays for a good while.

Aroma: Dark Chocolate and a little booze.This beer smells wonderful!

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied, the cayanne pepper is present and it reminds me of a Mexican chocolate icecream.

Taaste: This tastes like a dark bakers chocolate dipped in booze. The alcohol and oak are very present in the initial taste. In addition, the alcohol and cayenne pepper are both felt on the finish. This beer is quite bitter more so than the other oak aged yetis.

Overall: This is a typical presentation of an imperial chocolate stout. Not recommended for a beginner. The espresso stout is much tamer. Nevertheless, this beer will pair well with cheesecake, homemade brownies, and yes candied bacon ice cream!

Photo of adam42381
4.05/5  rDev -4%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 22 ounce bomber into a Cigar City snifter. Bottled on April 19, 2011 printed on label.

Appearance: Pours a motor oil black with a 1 finger bubbly dark tan head which settles nicely without dissipating completely. Nice lacing. Looks very thick. This is what I expect an Imperial Stout to look like.

Smell: Sweet chocolate, roasted malt and a very faint hint of pepper heat from the cayenne.

Taste: Roasted malt and black pepper up front followed by bittersweet chocolate in the middle before finishing with smoky oak and bitter hops at the finish. The aftertaste is a combination of smoke and bitterness with the sensation of heat from the cayenne peppers. Well-balanced flavor with the alcohol well-hidden.

Mouthfeel: Full-bodied, thick and creamy with a good amount of carbonation.

Drinkability: Good drinkability. Nice beer for a cold winter evening. It may be a bit spicy for some, but I like it. I'm going to have no problem finishing the bomber.

Overall: Very good beer overall. While the cayenne may not be everyone's cup of tea, I really liked that Great Divide was willing to try it. I would put this up there with the rest of the Yeti stouts. Definitely worth giving a shot.

Photo of ncfranklin
4.47/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

22oz bottle dated 04/08/2010 into a tulip.

A: Pitch black, big brown lacing head... yup, this is Yeti.

S: Dark chocolate, roasted to burnt malt with a sugary and coffee hint. Complex nose, but the chocolate dominates.

T: Big sweet milk chocolate up front before a middle of burnt roast bite expected of the style. The finish goes slightly dry, with a very high dark chocolate tang.

M: Thick and chewy, but with a nice velvety texture to it.

D: It's hard to go wrong with any of the yeti. The year and a half in bottle did this one some good of making it more of a chocolate show than a roasted malt performance. Balanced, and delicious.

Photo of MrDonQuixote
3.38/5  rDev -19.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Served at Great Divide Tap Room in 10 oz pour:

A- Dark oily black with an inch or so of chocolaty dark foam

S- Intense chocolate, oak and a slight malt aroma

T- Super intense taste, too heavy for my taste, chocolaty to the max, with a strong punch at the end

M- Very smooth, Great consistency

O- Great for its style, a little more intense then the regular yeti imperial stout, not super my taste, however I can definitely appreciate it

Photo of azdback
4.22/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a large tulip glass. The pitch I used to roof the house last summer wasn't as black as this beer is. Two fingers of creamy, pitted, sticky, hot chocolate colored head topped this gorgeous brew. Lace looks as it's gonna stick, but doesn't stay quite to the end.

Smells like sweet milk chocolate. There are some charred wood and alcohol there as well. There is a hint of pepper, probably from the cayenne.

Taste isn't as sweet as the smell. This is full of char and roastyness with the spice sliding into home plate. Some alcohol warmyness is there but the taste is masked well by the spice. As I sip this there are some roasty coffee and chocolate flavors, but as quickly as they appear, they disappear behind the spice.

Mouth is quite prickly, like the Saguaros of the southern part of my great state. The roast really comes out at this point. My mouth is kind of wrecked by the roasts and bitterness. Nice carbonation and full bodied to the end.

Overall I really enjoyed this. I loved the pepper in this. If you don't like spiciness then you are probably not going to like this. But for those of us that love this in a brew, buy this at will!!

Photo of jgurley
4.53/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Pours coal black with a thick head that's as dark brown as I've ever seen. good retention and lace. Smell is of espresso and dark chocolate overlaying toasty roasted barley with slight metallic notes. Taste is roasted malt and bitter unsweetened cocoa up front. Chocolate and espresso on the middle. Maybe a note of milk chocolate as it heads toward a bitter finish. There is definitely a chocolate milky aftertaste. This beer gets much better as it breathes and warms. All evidence of the metallic notes are gone. A touch of heat in the throat. Alcohol is present, but not overpowering in the least. Light carbonation with a slick, milky mouth. Excellent. I wish I'd thought to pick up a cheesecake or key lime pie to accompany this. My overall is 4.5, but I'd put it closer to a 4.8. World class.
Edit: I looked in my kitchen for a sweet dessert to have with this most excellent brew. It warmed in my snifter as I spread an insanely thick layer of peanut butter on a slice of bread. Then a decadent layer of blackberry jam on another slice. Really good with the sweet, creamy sandwich. The cayenne comes alive as this beer warms. I will have this again soon with a nice creamy strawberry cheesecake.

Photo of scottfrie
3.93/5  rDev -6.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz bottle into 25oz snifter. Bottled 28 May 2010.

A: Pours black with a couple fingers of dense, dark brown head that faded into a thick film that left spots of soapy lacing down the glass.
S: Roasted and woody smelling, almost like lightly burned firewood. I also get the oak, but the chocolate was lighter than I expected. What is there though is dark smelling and bitter.
T: Waaay more chocolate than the nose suggested (thankfully). There is still a roasted woody character, but the chocolate is dark, bitter, and dominating. Coffee is light but comes out just a tad in the finish, and the aftertaste has a note or two of vanilla.
M: This beer is thick and pretty bitter actually. Carbonation is soft enough but the mouthfeel has a bit of a bite to it. The alcohol isn’t hot, but even after sitting in the bottle for over a year it still has a warming quality.
O: A very enjoyable brew. I may like the original and the other variations better, but there is certainly nothing wrong with this. Recommended.

Photo of uustal
4.28/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a deep, deep mahogany with a two-finger, coffee brown head with a bit of reddish hue. Great head retention and lacing throughout. Aroma of roasted chocolate and a bit of hops... not too strong. Flavor begins with a nice roasted chocolate flavor, not too sweet or syrupy, but the coco is definitely present. Hints of oak before the hops and spice take over. The cayenne is very noticeable and works well to counterbalance the chocolate notes in the beer. Gives it a bit of a hot finish, but the chocolate is not done as it lingers well into the aftertaste.

Photo of yemenmocha
4.13/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Sexy black pour, tan head, and nose rich with dark chocolates and espresso. Wow, what an appetizing appearance and nose! Palate offers huge BITTER chocolate/darkchocolate, cocoa, espresso bitterness, and some detectable hops too in all of this rich, desert-like goodness. Finish is incredibly chocolate bitter. Wow, bitter oh boy, bitter.

Photo of jonandhisflask
4.5/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 22oz 09' vintage

A Deep black and syrupy pour,looked like spent motor oil to a thin molasses, gave a great 1 inch tan head.

S Smells of chocolate, roasted malts and hops

T Awesome! i get a interesting Spicey hop, roasted malts and alcohol, transitions over to amazing dark chocolates, smooth maltiness came out in this vintage again ending with some spice due to the cayenne. such an awesome Beer, The 2011 Was very Up front with all these flavors, i suggest letting a few sit for 1-2.

M very smooth, creamy like. i had to hold back from slamming it haha. thick body medium carbonation.

O such an amazing beer, im always on the search for this treat and its brother variations.
looking to cellar a few of each variety.

Photo of Sky2625
3.9/5  rDev -7.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from a 22 oz. bottle to a glass mug. (this review is from notes taken on 7/10/11).

A - Poured dark brown, with a thick syrupy body. 1.5-finger medium-to-large bubble head starts a rich brown color and slowly fizzles down to a 1/2-finger light caramel head with sticky lacing.

S - Very prominent cocoa/chocolate nose to start, with a dark-roasted malt finish.

T - A flash of vanilla at first, immediately followed by very mild well-balanced chocolate swarmed with oak and dark roast malt notes. Then the cayenne hits, first as a bit of zip, but then increases to a sharp burn over the chocolatey finish, ending in a slightly bitter after taste. With cayenne.

M - Creamy smooth, with a bit of hot cocoa texture. The texture isn't at all grainy or unpleasant...it's actualy pretty nice. There's also sharp burn from the cayenne.

D - A great creamy dessert beer, or perhaps a campfire or winter warmer beer. The amount of cayenne I encountered, though, was a bit much for me, throwing the flavor and experience a little out of balance. A bit less would have been perfect for me.

Incidentally, I love that food pairings are listed on the bottle.

Photo of AgentMunky
4.43/5  rDev +5%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 650mL bottle into a BrewDog cervoise glass and a Gouden Carolus chalice. Bottled on 31 March 2011.

A: A huge brown head erupts in the cervoise glass, about four fingers. The wider-mouthed chalice and a gentler pour resulted in a more modest finger and a half of gorgeous creamy head. The beer is black and very viscous. I'm loving it, and can't wait to try it. As I drink, scattered lace drifts down the sides.

S: Interestingly, hops. Lots of them. A dry smell, with roasted stout bitterness. Hints of dark chocolates. Nice.

T: Magnificent! Huge, rich, and flavourful. Touches of hops are shot through the whole beer. Bitter, especially on the aftertaste which is loaded with coffee and cacao beans. Chocolate (~75% cacao darkness, I'd guesstimate) is never dominant. The cayenne pepper was a hands-down brilliant addition. Noticeable mostly on the aftertaste as a gentle spiciness, the pepper balances the entire maintaste and mouthfeel, preventing this huge imperial stout from becoming oppressively heavy.

M: Creamy and excellent. The light spicy cayenne is simply inspired. Mouth-wateringly good.

O: I really like Great Divide. This is yet another Great Beer. Perhaps even my favourite Yeti iteration, although I'd have to go through all the others again to be sure. Immensely enjoyable; highly recommended. I am going to buy another to go with steak.

Notes: "Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti is another revered incarnation of our legendary imperial stout. We toned down the hops a bit to allow cocoa nibs to contribute some pleasing bitterness, while vanilla notes from the oak combine with the cacao to create an aroma and flavor akin to a gourmet chocolate bar. A dash of cayenne keeps things lively, adding just a bit of heat to the finish. Another great Yeti? Hell yes."

Photo of BelgiumBill
4.47/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I paid $10.99 for a 650ml bottle at Total Wine.

I poured this into a Guinness pint glass. As it poured, I noticed no bubbles so I poured harder. Oddly and suddenly it exploded with a cascading dark brown fat 2 finger head almost overtaking the rim. The head was foamy and sticky producing gobs of lacing. Jet black, no light penetrating the rim even when held to a light.

The smell was super roasty with baker's cocoa and ample amounts of oak.

In the mouth it delivered a huge and intensely roasted malt experience with unsweetened chocolate, some cuban coffee/espresso, and hops to provide a nice structure. While the oak wood was clear in the nose, it was much more subdued in the flavor profile.

The mouthfeel was predictably thick and the finish was lingering. The 9.5% alcohol was well concealed with hints of warmth at the end of the finish. Some hop bitterness bit at the edges of the tongue toward the end of the finish.

This is a superb imperial stout though scores low on the value scale.

Photo of r0nyn
4.18/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a bomber into my DFH snifter. Bottled on May 10th, 2010. Shared with a fellow beer lover.

Dark, rich and completely opaque, this is a good-looking stout. A vigorous pour gives rise to a creamy half-inch head that recedes into a light cap, leaving many strands of sticky lacing. Yetis have always been lookers and this one is no different. Smell is chock full of decadent baker's chocolate, the bittersweet kind that makes the mouth water. Underneath that is the distinctive aroma of the oak wood chips along with some big malt presence. Alcohol is also a bit noticeable on the back end along with some mild hoppiness.

Malts and sweetness greet the palate on the initial sip, followed swiftly by the assertive chocolate and cocoa flavorings. The finish is characterized by a very interesting oak and pepper combination. Cayenne is apparently a key ingredient in this brew and it becomes quite evident as it teams up with the oak chips to provide quite a spicy kick to the finish! Definitely wasn't expecting that, especially as it becomes more pronounced as the brew warms. Mouthfeel is big, thick and chewy like a good imperial stout should be. Good, full body that settles on the tongue well and finishes with a drying note.

Was not expecting this to be such a wild brew, but it certainly threw me for a loop. Chocolate was definitively delivered as promised, but the peppery cayenne stole the show. Great Divide certainly knows how to make their different Yeti incarnations unique and this one lives up to that reputation. A good, solid beer by all accounts, though they should definitely add the cayenne part to the name as it is a major component of this flavorful and surprising brew.

Photo of ExplosivoSR
4.38/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle to snifter.

A - Deep, DEEP black with 1 finger of creamy mocha colored head. Nice lacing.

S - First smell is of a mixture of chocolate malt and oak. Digging deeper, there is definitely a cayenne presence to be found, along with slight coffee notes.

T - Roasted malts, with slight coffee/toffee hit first, with a slightly alcoholic middle and spicy finish. Just when you think you're done BAM... The taste of chocolate hits the back of the throat and stays there forever. Amazing.

M - Chewy, full body, flavor sticks around forever.

O - Easily my favorite of the Yeti clan.

Photo of aasher
4/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I had to pick one of these up since I've been hearing of a "chile" aspect of this beer. That was enough to intrigue me even though I had thought that I'd tried this before, and didn't remember any spice or chile. The bottle is dated April 7, 2011, some three months old.

This beer pours a very viscous and oily midnight black in color with a one finger, perfectly even, dark mocha colored head that is both spongy and thick. It is almost sudsy. It looks as good as any good imperial stout could. The beer smells of smooth milk chocolate, lactose, lightly roasted malts, coffee with cream, with an ever so soft bitter finish. It tastes of rich milk chocolate, roasted coffee, cream, has a light bitter bite and finish with a light chile like tingle. The chile aspect lingers in the aftertaste but is really pretty subtle. I'd say it's barely even noticeable. If I hadn't been told to look for it I may have never noticed it. It drinks thick and full in body with a very smooth and creamy mouthfeel. The chile is an interesting addition but I wish the spice was a little more prevalant. Overall this is a very high quality brew and well worth a try. I recommend it.

Photo of
4.28/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

a-jet black stout, pours with a two finger head. Laces down the glass.

s-coffee, chocolate, and tons of roasted malts. This Yeti smells like regular Yeti, but richer and more intense.

t-like biting into a high cacao content bar o'chocolate. There is some bitterness, slight sweetness and a lot of chocolate taste. The malts come right in behind the chocolate taste. Coffee is next to hit the palate. After this, in the back of the mouth is the pepper taste. It is slightly warming, and lingers in the finish for a few. Good balance to all the flavors. The profile works well together.

m-rich and creamy, rolls over the toung really well. Carbonation is done well to support the mouth feel.

o-first time trying this variant of Yeti. I enjoyed this a lot. The spice was good, and added some intresting finishing flavors to the beer. I think this would do well with some aging. I'll have to find a few more bottles to set in the cellar.

Photo of jtingue
3.85/5  rDev -8.8%
look: 3 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

Bottle dated March 24th 2011 poured into a snifter.

Appearance- Fairly standard for an imperial stout. Truly black with absolutely no light passing through. I was surprised at the amount of head on the initial pour, a full fingers worth and a beautiful black cherry color. This dissipates to a slight ring around the glass. Slight alcohol legs are left on the side of the glass. Lacing is thinish and dissipates quickly.

Smell- Huge malts bombard the nose with notes of chocolate and coffee. There is also a fairly prominent smokey note reminiscent of a peaty scotch.

Taste- Right away there is the bitterness similar to a very dark chocolate. The malt body builds a bit with the roastiness detected in the nose. There is a spiciness that is present throughout, which builds during the middle, kind of like black pepper. I also detect a sort of meaty quality in the middle as well. The finish is dry and full of the spice noted before.

Mouthfeel- The body is not as thick as I expected, though is is certainly thick enough to saturate the palate. Moderate carbonation. Pretty standard.

The spiciness was really surprising here. The oak comes through in a way which is dissimilar from other oak aged beer that I have had.

Photo of ehammond1
4.1/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle

Thanks for sharing Sam!

A very dark brown pour that is just almost black. A relatively thin brown and dark cinnamon red head that doesn't last for long. Leaves some bubbles and sheets of lace down the glass.

Roasted malt and rich chocolate aroma.

Not quite as hoppy or bitter as the standard Yeti. This version is a touch sweeter and a touch more chocolatey, though I don't find much oak character.

Touch thicker and more luscious mouthfeel than the standard version.

A delicious chocolate stout. For my money, this is better than the standard Yeti...and even more chocolatey!

Photo of chilly460
4.08/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A - Oily looking black pour with a thick two finger dark brown head. Lots of lacing and head retention, great looking beer.

S - Rich chocolate is immediate, as well as some really nice, bourbon notes and sweet smelling oak.

T - Rich, deep, dark chocolate followed up by the oak. There is a "hot" finish, that I can't really determine comes from teh spice or booze...leaning to spice as it's not very "warming".

M - Low carbonation results in a slightly chewy, very smooth beer.

O - Very very nice, could use a little cellaring to calm down the hotness, but overall a great beer.

Photo of zaphodchak
4.22/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottled April 19, 2011.

Foil inflated as I popped the cap-- interesting touch.
Aggressive pour yields 2 finger brown foamy head on opaque black body. Laces magnificantly; elegant and 2-toned.

Nose is powerful and intense, coffee, oak, and cocoa, just as it should be. Pretty much spot-on.

Taste is primarily black coffee-- resisting the urge to add milk and sugar! Some oak on the finish, and a lot of robust roasty malt in the middle. Quite bitter, but not from hops, mostly bitter cocoa... cellaring would probably do wonders for this. Edit: Read the label mention of cayenne and it completely clicked. Very well played. Sweetens and gets a bit pepperier as it warms.

Mouthfeel is very, very, very fine carbonation. Only enough to add texture and keep it from being syrupy. Completely appropriate.

Overall bitter, but not dry nor particularly rich. Not quite my style, but Russian Imperial Stout means different things for different people. Cellaring is probably a must, but this is quite nice and worth a try if you come across it.

Photo of DarthKostrizer
4.47/5  rDev +5.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

On tap at 38 degrees Barrel aged week

Look: Black with a nice 1/4 tan head and amazing amounts of retention and awesome looking lace

Smell: Coaco nibs definately is the front runner on this one and its just delicious

Taste: Chocoalte dominates this beer and I love it. There is a hint of coffee and caramel and just a slight bit of oaky finish very nice

Mouthfeel: Almost as good as it gets

Overall: This was my favorite beer on tap during barrel aged week. The beer has an amazing flavor profile and wonderful notes of chocolate. Im glad I have one of these I have been again about 5 months now and I would say it is about time to crack it open and have it again. Very nice beer

Photo of glid02
3.25/5  rDev -23%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Cask at the Brick Store.

Pours a hazy dark brown with a thin tan head that leaves light lacing.

Smells of dark malts with hints of roastiness and unsweetened chocolate. Also present are good amounts of tart and nutty aromas.

Tastes similar to how it smells, with roasted and unsweetened chocolate up front. Lightly tart dark fruit flavors and hints of chalky nuttiness come into play near the end of the sip. The ending is moderately bitter. Mouthfeel is good, with soft carbonation. Drinkability is OK.

Overall I have to believe something made it into this cask that wasn’t intended. Not nearly as good as on-tap but somehow still drinkable, hopefully I’ll have the chance to try it again uninfected.

Photo of MrVonzipper
4.53/5  rDev +7.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

On tap at 38degrees (BA Week)
Pours black as Satan's heart with a dense light brown (like the best color m&m, they foolishly discontinued) head. Optimum head retention and lacing.

Very nice nose of dark bitter chocolate, dark rum, coffee and oak

Flavor is same as the nose just intensified and better. Bitter chocolate, bourbon, coffee and a touch of oak in the aftertaste.

Medium to full bodied. Not quite as thick/heavy as I thought it'd be. Pretty smooth and creamy with medium carbonation.

Overall this just a delicious beer. Great balance. Great depth in flavor. I could drink this for breakfast.

Photo of Armand
5/5  rDev +18.5%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Have traded and have purchased this beer before it was available here in SD. What a great beer. Always stocking up this one for guests or to crack open from time to time.
A: Pitch black with some nice red light underneath
S: Chocolate, mocha, coffee
T: Man, this is a warm comfy beer that just goes down like slik silk.
M: Very heavy, and full body.
O: Goes well with chocolates and sweet desserts.

Chocolate Oak Aged Yeti from Great Divide Brewing Company
94 out of 100 based on 2,538 ratings.