Bourbon Barrel Aged Fayston Maple Imperial Stout - Lawson's Finest Liquids

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Bourbon Barrel Aged Fayston Maple Imperial StoutBourbon Barrel Aged Fayston Maple Imperial Stout

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211 Ratings
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Ratings: 211
Reviews: 69
rAvg: 4.16
pDev: 10.34%
Wants: 420
Gots: 45 | FT: 4
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Vermont, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  11.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: kingcrowing on 07-16-2010

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Ratings: 211 | Reviews: 69
Reviews by Bendurgin:
Photo of Bendurgin
3.12/5  rDev -25%
look: 4.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

Thanks a ton Alec for this one. Poured into a tulip. This one pours a black with about an inch of dark mocha head.

The aroma is slightly underwhelming. Faint with slight metallic hints and some bitter cocoa. Not enough though. The pallet is a bit more enjoyable. Nice mellow cocoa flavor with some faint bourbon lingering.

The body is medium with soft silky carbonation. Overall this one is a bit of a disapointment. Enjoyable enough but I had higher hopes.

More User Reviews:
Photo of Mora2000
4/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to Exiled for sharing this bottle.

The beer pours a dark brown color with a tan head. The aroma is about what I expected, with a lot of roasted malt and chocolate, as well as some nice bourbon notes. The flavor is more of the same. The chocolate and roasted malts come through first, but there is some coffee and bourbon notes in the background, as well as some alcohol. Medium to thick mouthfeel and medium carbonation. Glad I got to try this one.

Photo of kingcrowing
4.75/5  rDev +14.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Poured directly from a bourbon barrel cask into a tulip at The Farmhouse with rfc2323, huge thanks to both Sean and Chad for making this happen!

Pours a very dark inky black color with a nice deep brown head that's fairly small but lingers all the way through. Nose is very strong with bourbon, as you'd expect but it's even more intense than the regular version. There's some chocolate and burnt coffee notes as well.

Taste is just phenomenal, butting it back in this bourbon barrel cask mellowed it out a lot, the hotness that was in it early on has become much more subdued, especially as it warms. The mouthfeel is nice and creamy with light carbonation that makes it almost too easy to drink.

It was super unique to have it poured this way and was very well done. Looking forward to more beers served this way!

Photo of ehammond1
4.12/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Bottle (2012)

Acquired via trade
Thanks, AdamJackson!

Black throughout with very dark ruby edges along with a surprisingly large 2-finger's worth of dark brown, small-bubbled head. Leaves the glass dotted with stick. Pretty and appropriate.

My favorite aspect of this beer is its aroma. While there's plenty of roast, dark chocolate, and enough bourbon, the maple syrup and oak steal the show, interjecting a very rich, sweet, earthy wood and sweet syrup component. It all comes together extraordinarily well, especially as the beer warms.

The flavor, unfortunately, just isn't quite as good as the aroma. The flavor, however, is a lovely combination of chocolates, roast, mild coffee, and distinct bourbon and maple syrup. Very nice. I just wish the bourbon and maple were even more expressive.

Medium bodied with moderate carbonation.

Love this beer, though I don't see it going anywhere good with age. Will open my next bottle asap.

Photo of Beerandraiderfan
4.6/5  rDev +10.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Another thanks to jh1982 for breaking this out a few weeks back. Sturdy dark brown pour, not much head to it. Smells indeed of maple syrup. Neat.

Taste, chewy, amazed how the alcohol is barely even noticeable. Great low sugar sweetness, more of it from the viscous body of the beer. No hopping evident. Just a smooth ass beer. Mild accent of vanilla and oak. Strong notes of chocolate. Bourbon stays in the background, thereby allowing the smoothness without the alcohol heat.

Carbonation was just right, allowing the beer to not resonate too heavily. Love how it did all the standard barrel things just right, and then threw in its own little niche (maple) done oh so well. I'll add the bottle # before I shoot it up high on Beer Mountain.

Photo of jeonseh
3.48/5  rDev -16.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.25

Bottle shared by nasty31

A - Dark chocolate colored beer with a small one finger head that settled down to the layer of foam

S - Maple, vanilla and charred oak from the roasted malts. Not much bourbon from the barrel. Little sweetness overall

T - Chocolates, vanilla, light maple syrup, and oak to it. However, there is a strong charred malt flavor that takes over from the sweetness. The char is too overpowering for me and makes the beer have a bitterness that lingers on in the finish

MF - Medium body with chocolate malt. The roasted malt makes it too burnt and astringent for the flavor

O - This beer could have been great but the roasted and charred malts just take over. The maple and vanilla are there but overpowered by the char and bitterness

Photo of 05Harley
3.31/5  rDev -20.4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 2.75 | overall: 3.5

Purchased at the Valley Players Theater in Waitsfield, VT during the Farmers Market on 3/21/12.
Estimated calories - 330/12oz

Price - $25/bomber

After reading the Sean Lawson article in this month's Beer Advocate magazine it got me thinking. In the cellar there could be one more bottle of Lawson's Finest Liquids aging. There was and to my surprise this was it!

Pours near black with a ruby edge and a one finger creamy brown head that boils up with average staying power. A thin veil and foam edging lasts quite awhile and begs for attention. Limited lacing due to the viscous nature, oily yup. Unfiltered, the fines are noticeable but not a concern.

Aroma starts off with maple, chocolate, molasses and vanilla followed by apple and charred peat from the barrel. This is a surprise and much more pungent than I was expecting.

The flavor starts off with maple, dark fruit and bourbon but in the end I'm getting a granny smith acidic aftertaste.

The body has a medium feel and starts out smooth. Carbonation is held in check but noticeable and not unusual for the style. The finish is dry and at the end, leaves me with a bad case of cotton mouth. Usually this doesn't bother me but with the acidic aftertaste I find it unpleasing.

Overall a disappointment and not what I was expecting. For some strange reason it appears maple and I in a beer combination don't get along. My description certainly doesn't match previous reviews but this is an accurate desription with what's in my glass. If I didn't know better I 'd think this somehow got infected. It's got a wax covering and looked pretty well sealed. On a good note the alcohol was well hidden for the strength. As far as cellaring, I wouldn't recommend aging this batch.

Photo of SpeedwayJim
3.65/5  rDev -12.3%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Thanks to GoGriz (Cody) for this one. Bottle # 324/350. Poured from a corked and caged bottle into a Darkness snifter. Shared with schen9303. Reviewed from notes.

A: Soft pour yields a .5 finger light coffee colored head with little retention. Beer is a thick, opaque black. Lacing is stringy and sticks close to the head with moderate retention. Average.

S: Nose is roasted malt, chocolate, sweet honey barbecue, and some cocoa powder. Surprisingly mute and a bit disappointingly subtle although very appropriate and appetizing.

T: Opens sweet molasses, creamy hop bitterness, roasted malt, chocolate, and some bourbon barrel characteristics. Sweet raisins and dark fruit in the middle with more chocolate and maple syrup towards the end. Finish is maple syrup and aftertaste is an added dose of cocoa powder, roasted malt, and dark chocolate bitterness. Great balance and the maple adds a nice sweetness.

M: Medium bodied with light to moderate carbonation. Slightly prickly in the mouth but oily and filmy going down and as it warms. Finishes with a slight bit of heat and aftertaste lingers. Nice, this one really needs to get up to room temperature though.

O: Not as good as the maple liquor barrel version which has a much more prominent nose and barrel characteristics. I'm not sure the bourbon barrel aging adds a desireable layer to this beer. Still though, a solid imperial stout with trying.

O:

Photo of MrKennedy
3.29/5  rDev -20.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Thanks to mulder1010 for opening this one up. Bottle #266/350 and poured into a Lost Abbey tulip.

Appearance is black, even when held up to light, not super thick pouring. Had a nice, moderately dark tan head of foam that sat well at a centimetre after pouring at a touch more. At times it would look orange, in a jaffa sort of way when agitated.

Smell was initially of bourbon, then oak and vanilla. After a little while it became dairy milk chocolate and later on it was ash and char. Quite varied and preferred the smell in the middle and start as opposed to the end where the ash and char detracted. Only faintly picked up the maple.

Taste was of pretty well followed the path of the smell, just with toned down ash and char at the end. Nice bourbon, vanilla and chocolate flavour for the most part.

Not a super big beer, sitting about mid-range thickness for the style. Got the odd bit of vegetative bitterness, but otherwise, it was easy to drink even with the barrel ageing.

Decent, but disappointing at the same time when compared with expectations. Some good points were cancelled out with the char and ash that came in late.

Photo of Kegatron
4.4/5  rDev +5.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

750ml corked & caged bottle into a couple of glasses. Rare batch 185 Bottle # 69/350. Black with a milk chocolate colored head. This maintains rich edges with robust lacing. Smells of maple, chocolate and dark roasty malts. Just the right amount of bourbon twang resides on the edges of the nose. The taste has an immediate bold sweetness up front of maple, chocolate and brown sugar. This is tempered quickly however by deep burnt roast and char from the barrel. Dry with a burnt woody feel on the finish. Mouthfeel is firm and chewy with some light sharpness to the carbonation in spots. Like the base, the alcohol is very smooth in this despite the barrel presence. This was probably my favorite over the Maple Barrel version, as it just had a nice balance to it and those base Stout flavors really worked well with that rich bourbon tanginess. Great beer.

Photo of thagr81us
4.32/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Big thanks goes out to beeruser for sharing this one at a past Random Sunday Tasting! Sampled side-by-side with the base beer! Served from bottle into a SweetWater 15th Anniversary snifter. Poured pitch black with a minimal brown head. Maintained excellent lacing throughout the glass. The aroma was comprised of sweet malt, spice, wood, sweet alcohol, vanilla, dark fruit, dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and smoke. The flavor was of sweet malt, roasted malt, spice, wood, sweet alcohol, vanilla, coffee, molasses, dark fruit, dark chocolate, and smoke. It had a medium feel on the palate with medium carbonation. Overall this was a very good brew. Wow! The amount of complexity that this beer has going on was nothing short of insane. This fell true for both the flavor and the aroma as it seemed to be firing on all cylinders. Even with all of this going on it still managed to be very well balanced and was able to blow your palate away with everything that was going on in it. A really well done brew that I would not hesitate to trade for in the future to have a chance to try it again. Well done guys, well done.

Photo of claaark13
4.16/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Pretty sure this came from Bobby. Cellar temp into a HF tulip. Fall 2012, 375ml bottle with red wax.

A - Really dark pour with a creamy tan head, a lot of bubbles in the middle, possibly due to the aggressiveness of the pour. Ok legs. Dies to nice lacing.

S - Tons of boozy sweetness to start. After breathing, bready and roasted malts prevail. Some oak qualities come through.

T - The booze is there for sure, it has cleared my stuffed left nostril. Boozy roasted malts, caramel, oak. There is a sweetness throughout that fights against the booze, must be the maple? Burnt chocolate and roast, nearly coffee on the finish. The finish is fantastic, leaving a great charred mix of the aforementioned flavors. There is a lingering boozy oak that eventually sears onto the palate.

M - Mediumish.

O - Pretty well put together. I'd buy this locally, so I get why the VT guys are all over it. The flavor was originally a 4.0, but I bumped it up because it grew on me a bit and because of the finish. I'd drink it again, but for some reason I think this bottle is pretty damn expensive. Ha, who am I kidding, it is probably a better bang for the buck that the Eclipse series.

Photo of TheSevenDuffs
4.13/5  rDev -0.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Sampled at the Vermont Brewers Festival.

A - Black with a small amount of medium brown head.

S - Bourbon up front with maple syrup, oak and vanilla. Fairly sweet with some noticeable alcohol

T - Roasted malts, maple syrup, bourbon, oak, and a big sweet vanilla kick. Good balance overall

M - Medium body. Light carbonation.

Photo of baconsausage
4.1/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Sean graciously donated this for the Three Penny Earth Day clean-up in the park. Thanks Sean! We had the Maple Barrel for breakfast and moved on to the bourbon for "after dinner".

The bourbon is a little hotter than the maple barrel. same great pour, tan light head. Bourbon in the nose with a little more oak. More oak in the flavor as well, with molasses and dark roast malts. Carbonation is a bit more lively on the tongue than the maple as well. Still a very solid stout with good mouthfeel and drinkability. I would age this for another year or more.

Photo of oline73
4.4/5  rDev +5.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Poured from the bottle into a snifter. I was lucky enough to try this along with the other three versions, and this one was my favorite.

The beer pours a dark brown color, almost black with a nice layer of off white head. The smell is full of sweet alcohol with some dark fruit and a mild maple syrup note. The flavor is quite smooth. I'm getting the bourbon with a mild maple note. There is some roast, but it mainly shows up in the finish. I'm also getting some bourbon and maple syrup in the finish. There was a pleasant oaky note throughout the sip.

Photo of claspada
3.8/5  rDev -8.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Sampled the Oak-Aged Fayston Maple, Original Maple and Bourbon Barrel Aged versions simultaneously.

Pours a black color with a thin tan head and some small bubbles that recede to leave some moderate lacing.

Aromas begin with a majority of chocolate and roast, light earthy bitterness and honey sweetness from the maple. As it warms you get a little more oak, sweeter milk chocolate and vanilla sweetness from the barrel.

The tastes follow the nose with some dark chocolate maltiness up front and oak, molasses, lightly roasted malt and light maple in the background, plus a bit of vanilla and milk chocolate as it warms.

The mouthfeel is medium bodied with medium to low carbonation. Finish is a decent mix between roasty and sweet.

Overall this the best varient of the 3 sampled back to back to back but still wasn't an amazing beer. The barrel aging added the necessary sweetness to balance the dry, roasted malts and bitter molasses flavors but once again for the rarity and straight-forward flavor profile, I won't be seeking this out anytime soon.

Photo of DarthKostrizer
4.22/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to JohnDoe8 for sharing this bottle

Look: Black and opaque with a 1/4 inch tan head and very good retention

Smell: Chocolate coffee bourbon oak and some maple

Taste: Bourbon upfront and it's quite nice backed up by some roasted malt vanilla and oak. Very nice but I'm missing the damn maple

Mouthfeel: Medium body and mildly carbonated

Overall: I really enjoyed the beer but it was missing the maple which was just a bit of a let down for me but overall a very good beer

Photo of beerdrifter
3.94/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thick, pitch black pour with a quickly fading one finger caramel-colored head with great lacing. The nose is roasty and boozey with hints of cocoa, dark chocolate, oak, vanilla, toffee, espresso, but very little maple. The taste is earthy and boozey with lots of the barrel coming through. Hints of licorice, toffee, dark chocolate, raisins, espresso, oak, vanilla, and cocoa. As it warms the maple finally makes an appearance, albeit very subtle, but tasty nonetheless. The mouthfeel is thick and creamy with medium carbonation and a sweet, velvety smooth finish. Overall, a solid barrel aged stout that is extremely drinkable.

Photo of ChrisPro
3.96/5  rDev -4.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Reviewed blind as part of Blind BIF #6 thanks to sholland119

750 mL C&C bottle poured into my Hill Farmstead goblet, shared with my wife.

A - Pours obsidian with a one finger khaki head. Was not expecting a stout from a C&C bottle. Pretty nice lacing and tons of effervescence in the glass. 4.5

S - Vanilla, cinnamon, tree bark. Maybe a little coffee and smoke. Doesn't smell barrel aged yet. We'll see as it warms. Little bit of fruit on the nose makes me think we've got a little age on this thing. 3.5

T - (at this point, my wife takes a sip and says "good choice. this is exactly what I wanted right now.") Lots of caramel, and a weird funky finish. There's definitely some char on the finish as well. This is definitely a very bitter imperial stout. Still not convinced that there's any barrel aging, but it doesn't taste fresh either. Maybe just an imperial with a couple years of age? Might be some slight oxidation. I definitely get some tannins the more I drink, which I may be confusing with some really grassy hops. This is definitely a hopped American Imperial stout. 4.0

M - A touch of heat. Lots of carbonation, but actually works for this beer. Full-bodied but finishes very clean. 4.5

O - This is a solid, if unspectacular imperial stout. I tend to like mine a little sweeter and less bitter, but this one definitely works. I wouldn't go out of my way to drink this again, but happy to have it any time it'd be easy to get. Pretty sure there's not bourbon, but I wouldn't be surprised if this had oak chips or something. This is actually drinking incredibly easy and is very balanced. I'm guessing this is much higher ABV than it seems as we are both plowing through our glasses. 4.0

Final guess: An american imperial stout. I'd say Insidious, but I remember not liking that as much as this beer.

The reveal: Lawson's bourbon barrel Fayston (bottle #70 of 350)

Wow, Scott! Even though this wasn't listed, it's always a want. We were lucky enough to drink a bottle of this a couple months back and it was nowhere near as good as this one. Don't know if it was bottle variation or just a couple months of aging, but this beer is drinking fantastic right now!

Photo of abraxel
3.87/5  rDev -7%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 3 | overall: 4.25

Reviewed blind as part of Blind BIF 8, courtesy of Auror. Poured into a tulip.

A - The pour is dark brown, but it settles to a solid black in the glass. Not much head, and the finger or so that was there to start quickly dropped to a thin ring.

S - There is definitely some oak and whiskey influence here. Sweet, dark fruits, with some caramel, booze, and maybe a touch of smoke.

T - Roasted malt takes a surprising lead over the barrel, but there's still prominent oak and some bourbon. It's somewhat dry for a big, barrel-aged stout (I'm guessing that's what this is), but there's still a sweet malt backbone in there among the roast.

M - Thinner than I'd like for a stout, which is probably related to its being drier than most stouts. Not much carbonation, and only a hint of booze in the finish.

Overall, it's slightly unusual; I think the brewers were aiming for a different sort of balance than your standard BA stout, but it works nicely!

Non-blind comments: Either I am incapable of detecting maple in beer, or maple syrup doesn't actually contribute much flavor after the yeast have had their way with it... Regardless, it's a delicious beer, and I'm liking it even more with every sip.

Photo of Thorpe429
4.2/5  rDev +1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Huge thanks to imagineii for getting this bottle out my way. Thanks again right away, as I really wanted to try this one. Served in a Captain Lawrence tulip.

Pours a dark brown color with a pretty hefty creamy tan head and some really nice lacing on the way down. The nose brings forward a pretty strong amount of chocolate and roast plus some coffee. Good dosing of maple and bourbon there as well, with some oak in the background. The bourbon and maple play beautifully in the flavor as well, but there's not quite that kapow that the nose had. Good chocolate and stout in the background. Mouthfeel takes it back up to the next level with a creamy, full body and light carbonation. Really smooth and well done. Another big hit for Sean.

Photo of Rifugium
4.03/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

First had: bottle at Waitsfield Farmers Market, Waitsfield, VT

(Replacing old review)

I'm officially willing to say that my first tasting of this was a bogus bottle. I recently sampled this, poured by Sean Lawson himself, into a Lawson's signature plastic cup. Dark brown-black color (thank you), with a small mocha head that retains well. A sharp hit of booze in the nose up front, dark malts, caramel, moderately roasty. Similar taste, dark roasty malts, dark chocolate, smoke, woody bourbon (more smooth than strong), with a touch of maple sweetness that just barely comes through. The alcohol heat is welcome. On the fuller side of medium-bodied, and quite nice overall.

Photo of 4DAloveofSTOUT
3.67/5  rDev -11.8%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

reviewed from notes taken on 11/11/2011. I brought this for a tasting with some beer buddies the night before FOBAB.

poured into snifter; approximate 8 oz pour.

Bottle number: 236/350.
Rare batch 185.

Appearance: black bodied beer with no head. nothing to exciting here visually. No lacing to speak of either.

Smell: Some very mild barrel notes of wood and bourbon. Bakers chocolate and cocoa seem to be a prominant in the nose.

Taste: The bourbon is there and its shows up right away with some woody barrel notes. Just as the nose implied. The bourbon is not sweet or robust, I guess it just seems a bit underwhelming. Decent amount of bakers chocolate or cocoa flavors is the best thing I can get as far as stout notes are concerned. Maple is faint and found at the end of the beer in the finish.

Mouthfeel: Medium bodied beer with low carbonation. To me its a bit thin, but it works okay for this beer.

Overall: Really expected this beer to be world class beer, but I was underwhelmed. It is a decent beer, but I was hoping for more maple syrup notes, a thicker mouthfeel, and a more flavorful experience all around. With all that said, I would still like to try another Lawson's beer to give them the benefit of the doubt. I am not sure the beer is worth 30 dollars for a 750, which is the going rate for this beer.

Photo of mulder1010
3.06/5  rDev -26.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Thanks to Kelp for the bottle. Much appreciated
750 poured into a Mikkeller tulip

A-- Poured black, nearly motor oil color. Not entirely thick looking though. No light penetrating the glass. One finger light brown head that faded to a good looking light brown film than lingered through drinking. Had touches of orange here and there. Good lacing through drinking and a bit of an oily residue when done.

S-- Soft as heck nose. Chocolate to start, changed to vanilla, bits of maple syrup, soft bourbon, dairy milk, and touches of licorice and char.

T-- Bourbon, chocolate, bits of vanilla, carmel and maple syrup. Nothing really huge though.

M-- Medium feel and medium carbonation. Good amount of char and ash in the finish. Really what stood out most in drinking this. Actually pretty easy to drink considering the ABV of this. Touches of harshness here and there made me slow down on this. Fairly slick and oily.

O-- Barrel did not do much for enhancing this. Expected more maple syrup than what I got. Not bad but not great at all.

Photo of womencantsail
4.12/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks a lot for sharing this beer, Jeff.

A: The pour is just about black with a couple fingers of tan head perched on top. Surprising amount of head and retention.

S: Big time bourbon aroma to it which really stands out more than anything. A nice vanilla and oak smell, too. There is a smooth dark chocolate/cocoa smell in there and a little bit of roasted malts.

T: Slight boozy tang on the tongue, but otherwise all good. Big bourbon, oak, and vanilla flavors. The dark chocolate is quite prominent as well. There isn't much in the way of roast or coffee. A slight molasses sweetness in there as well.

M: Medium in body with a surprisingly lively carbonation.

O: This was really a good beer. Looking forward to trying the maple barrel one.

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Bourbon Barrel Aged Fayston Maple Imperial Stout from Lawson's Finest Liquids
92 out of 100 based on 211 ratings.