Mash - The Bruery
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3.31/5 rDev -16.6%
750 mL bottle poured into a snifter.
Appearance - Deep brown. Small off white head. Thick collar.
Smell - Bourbon and brown sugar. Smells like a sugar bomb. Vanilla.
Taste - Bourbon and booze. Brown sugar. Caramel malts. More sugar. Boozy and sweet in the finish.
Mouthfeel - Medium heavy body. Boozy. Medium carbonation. Sluggish.
Overall - Yet another Bourbon brown sugar bomb from the Bruery. This one is tiring, though.
08-06-2013 01:20:28 | More by Alieniloquium
3.8/5 rDev -4.3%
Appearance: Medium-brown color with red highlights when held up to the light.Moderate light beige head that slowly faded.
Smell: Brown sugar, toffee, and mild bourbon. Nice aroma but not much of it.
Taste: Brown sugar, toffee, and mild Bourbon notes. Some hints of oak and hops creep through in the finish. The alcohol is mild for something 12.5% ABV. Has a slightly bitter finish.
Mouth-feel: On the light side of medium-bodied with a moderate level of carbonation.
Overall: Good beer that I feel a little age may do it good.
08-10-2013 19:42:59 | More by IKR
4.25/5 rDev +7.1%
Poured in to Bruery tulip.
A - Deep brown, almost black in colour with a thin layer of cream coloured head that receded to a thin rind around the edges of the glass.
S - Intense barrel aromas dominate the nose with bourbon, vanilla and charred oak notes present. some sticky toffee and caramel notes are also present from the base beer.
T - Follows the nose. Sweet bourbon, vanilla and charred oak from the barrel are well integrated with toffee, dark caramel and brown sugar flavours from the base beer.
M - Full bodies. Thick and viscous. Light carbonation.
10-19-2013 13:22:19 | More by TheSevenDuffs
3.95/5 rDev -0.5%
A-Practically black in the glass, more of a deep clear ruby when pouring. A one finger off white head.
S-Good deal of bourbon. Very malty. Caramel, vanilla, chocolate, roasted notes and oak.
T-Starts with bourbon, malt, some chocolate and vanilla. Not much bitterness, but what you'd expect from an English Barleywine.
M-Lighter, not much carbonation, flat finish and a tad watery.
O-A good BA Barleywine. But nowhere near Abacus and the like.
11-20-2013 01:19:13 | More by rlee1390
Mash from The Bruery
89 out of 100 based on 160 ratings.