Mocha Wednesday - The Bruery
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4.4/5 rDev -2.9%
750 mL bottle served at 50F into a HF wine glass. Shared w/Brewinsue
A: As expected, pitch black. When held up to the light, only the faintest deep reddish-brown hues penetrate te edges of this bee. Thin Mocha colored head (1/2") dissipates quickly. Swirling won't revive it and this beer peaes no lacing in the glass. Tiny carbonatin bubbles are visible.
S: Roasted malt and strong rich espresso with blended tones of bourbon, chocolate, vanilla, caramel, pecans/pralines and toffee. So different from the base beer ad the other BT treatments.
T: Mimics the nose. The nearly overpowering residual sweetness of BT is muted by the coffee and chocolate notes. Fresh baked brownies and a cup or coffee...this is truly a decadent dessert beer. The richness is fantastic, and the balance of bourbon and esperesso on the finish is lovely. Clean with just a touch of leftover sugar on the tongue.
M: Full bodied and heavy with medium-low carbonation, but that is to be expected. Slick, this beer coats your tongue and mouth. Not unpleasant though...and it grows on you.
O: Really wishing they bottled this in those 8 oz. bottles that Anchor used to use for Old Foghorn to justify a single serving. Very glad to have the opportunity to try this and I will be happy to share my remaining bottles with friends and family. Unique to be sure and though my taste falls to lambic, gueuze and saison of late, this is not to be missed.
08-05-2014 03:49:20 | More by F2brewers
4.65/5 rDev +2.6%
A - pours near black with a dense finger of mocha colored head. Nearly non existant lacing. Good retention
S - pretty heavenly. Biig chocolate sweetness and mocha, minimal booze quite a bit of vanilla
T - so sweet roasty coffee not bozzy but considerable burn on the backend
M - full bodied min carb very smooth. Should be less drinkabke than it is at 19.2
05-29-2014 23:03:45 | More by MacQ32
4.83/5 rDev +6.6%
S. - Tons of fresh coffee with fudge dark chocolate, caramel, and chocolate brownie that makes up a great nose. 4.5
T - Dark fudgy chocolate, vanilla, caramel, and fresh coffee. Imagine Chocolate rain filled and perfectly balanced with a great coffee and you get this. This is one really great beer.
M - Syrupy sweet with a slight bitter coffee presence as well as light oak near the finish
O - Wow this is an impressive stout from the Bruery with tons of flavor. The coffee takes a good stout and makes it even better by adding more balance and complexity.
01-29-2014 04:01:24 | More by jeonseh
4.91/5 rDev +8.4%
On tap in the Bruery tasting room.
5oz. pour served @ 45 deg. allowed to warm to room temp before finishing the last sip.
A: very dark brown. Viscous and opaque. No head what so ever.
S: Roasted, espresso, chocolate, bourbon.
T: Very much like the nose. Roasted coffee, up front then creamy and dark chocolate. The high ABV is well hidden. Some dark fruit. Very drinkable. As the beer warms, even more of the flavors of vanilla and chocolate come out.
M: The only fault I find in this beer is here. A little oily with no carbonation. But really how much carbonation can you expect at this high ABV.
OA: Better then Black Tuesday and Grey Monday. Far more drinkable then the other two. The sweetness of the base beer is perfectly contrasted by the bitterness of the coffee. Black Tuesday is a beer you have to share, Mocha Wednesday is a beer you don't want to share.
01-08-2014 16:30:44 | More by Crazydaddyo
3.93/5 rDev -13.2%
750 mL bottle poured into a snifter.
Appearance - Black, but not quite. Small, brief khaki head. Thin collar.
Smell - Bourbon, brown sugar. Coffee. Smells sweet. Vanilla.
Taste - Coffee with a little bit of acidity. Bourbon. Sweet brown sugar. Caramel diabetes. Chocolatey finish.
Mouthfeel - Heavy. Sweet. Everything I expected. Low carbonation.
Overall - The coffee is sharp, but the sugar balances it out. As always, too sweet.
04-01-2014 02:13:16 | More by Alieniloquium
Mocha Wednesday from The Bruery
100 out of 100 based on 355 ratings.