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

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Ratings: 268
Reviews: 63
rAvg: 4.31
pDev: 9.28%
Wants: 616
Gots: 60 | FT: 6
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Vermont, United States

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

Availability: Rotating

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: Rochefort10nh on 12-19-2010

A huge, rich, and strong stout brewed with a maple twist. Designed to keep you warm on sub-zero nights and for sipping with a fine meal or dessert.
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Photo of Pinknuggets
4.36/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Bottle to HFS Sniffer

A: very dark brow in color like a cup of black coffee. It has no head there is not even a slight lacing around top. It is completely opaque about as dark as it can get in that regard, quite thick as well definitely motor oil status on a sluggish pour.

S:Rich and chocholately in smell you can definitely smell the maple syrup/barrell effects however that being said there is more then a hint of alcohol in there two though it is not overpowering from the other smell.

T: Wow so it is a lot like the nose in that there is a lot of rich chocolate flavor with hints of vanilla but not in that there is no alcohol that is impressive considering 11% is pretty high abv. Outside of the chocolate you can definitely taste the maple with syrupy sweetness it really balances the taste and makes it really drinkable for its feel and abv.

M: The feel is thick, chewy (toffee like) and syrupy there is basically no carbonation it does go down easily despite how heavy it is. If you like your stouts like chocolate syrup this is right up your ally I enjoy it but its not perfect.

O:I really like this beer another amazing stout from Lawson's and I think this is the best of the three. The bourbon barrel one has great flavor but it a little more overwhelming the maple barrel brings out the maple much more so and makes it smoother and richer in flavor in feel from the standard version. I am really impressed and I highly recommend this beer if your lucky enough to get your hands on it.

Photo of scottfrie
4.35/5  rDev +0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Batch #175 into snifter. Thanks a ton for sending me this one a year ago, SneezyAchew. Bottled Dec. 2010.

A: Pours black with a finger of dark mocha colored head. The head slowly faded into a dense fuzzy film that disappeared after some time and left virtually no lace.
S: Rich notes of maple and chocolate fudge brownies. Vanilla comes through lightly along with hints of brown sugar.
T: Much more sweet maple character than the nose let on. This beer must have been a sweet mess when it was first brewed. No wonder the label tells you to age it. Anyway, rich and potent malt flavors of dark chocolate, fudge brownie, caramel and roast are balanced by a very even sweetness and flavors of fresh maple syrup and vanilla. This is one decadent dessert beer, and that is how I’m enjoying it.
M: Thick body, low carbonation, sweet and lightly alcoholic mouthfeel that goes down smooth and pretty easy for such high alcohol.
O: Wonderful stout. I’m glad I waited so long to open this; the sweet maple is still extremely flavorful but the alcohol and sweetness has died down. Thanks again for this great beer, Michael.

Photo of domtronzero
4.35/5  rDev +0.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A - Very dark brown with a short, long lasting tiny ring of tan bubbles around the sides of the glass. Very little lacing.

S - Dark roasted malts, a touch of vanilla barrel aromas with a hint of maple-like booze.

F/M - Sweet rich dark malts with a big sweet boozy character. Light vanilla and a hint of maple-like sweetness. Moderately bitter with a dry finish. A little more carbonation than I like in big stouts and I expected a little bit fuller body, but its still a really good beer.

D - Rich, big and flavorful, the small nip didnt last long. But I probably wouldn't want to dink more than a couple glasses. Thanks to Dankbeers619 for sharing!

Photo of SourCK
4.33/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 357mL bottle somewhat aggressively into a snifter.

Appearance: Pitch black with light carbonation. Very small amount of head that quickly fades.

Smell: Chocolate and roasty with a nice balance of sweet maple. You can catch a hint of booze, but it is very subtle.

Taste: Strong presence of chocolate and roasty malts up front. A combination of maple and caramel comes through on the finish. This is a great take on an imperial stout.

Mouthfeel: Medium body and very smooth. I was expecting something heavier, pleasantly surprised. Light carbonation. Very satisfying.

Overall: This beer was great. It was well balanced and the maple syrup and maple liquor barrel aging really complimented the imperial stout, well. It was smooth and despite being higher gravity, there was no hot alcohol burn or negative impact on the mouthfeel. I waited outside at 20 degrees for an hour an a half for this beer so I had very high expectations. This beer did not disappoint. I would absolutely get it again.

Photo of SFLpunk
4.33/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Mr. L and Mr. Rich for shepherding this bottle to me. 750mL brown glass cork and caged high shouldered champagne bottle. Aged in Saxon River "Sapling" Maple Liqueur barrel. Opened at 49 degrees from my cellar. Bottle #155 of 180.

Pours a rich, oily black with thick, slowly cascading dark brown head that stands up 2 inches and recedes leaving lots of lacing.

Nose is all about large black malt and roasty earthy black coffee, coffee grounds and boozey maple syrup. Some toasted oak too.

Palate is much richer, silkier and wider than the nose indicates. Rich caramelizing sugar, heavily toasted oak, dark amber maple syrup, rolled oats, lightly roasted coffee beans, dried berries and dense fruits like dates or figs. Nice hop bitterness in there that gives this brew lots of fine edges.

Notes: This brew is going to age with the best of them. Super tasty right now but I think it will all slide in nice and tight in about a year - if you can wait that long?... ;-)

Photo of anteater
4.32/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 12.7oz bottle

A: Dark brown, thin dark tan head

S: Chocolate, biscuit. Nothing too complex or intense but certainly not bad

T: Chocolate, vanilla, oats, just a touch of maple in the background and a hint of oak. I wouldn't have guessed that this is a maple stout or a barrel aged stout, but the taste is delicious nonetheless.

M: Medium body, appropriately low carb.

O: Really enjoyably stout, tasted more like a non BA stout to me but one that is very well done.

Photo of Rifugium
4.31/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Finally was able to snag this one. 375ml bottle, gold wax. Poured into a Farm House tulip. Opaque black in color, with a full two fingers of lush, dark brown head, which sank to a thick layer and held there, lacing the glass nicely. Big aroma of caramel, milk chocolate, moderately roasty malts, honey, maple, oak. This was easily the best Fayston stout I've had so far. Taste reminiscent of chocolate-chip pancakes, giving way to a more coffee-like roastiness, lending a moderately bitter aftertaste, notes of charred oak, sugary maple, and a slight kick of fusel alcohol. Body was on the heavier side of medium, might as well just call it full, mouthfeel was smooth and luscious, even with being slightly thinned out by booziness. Great brew overall; I'm saving my other bottles, looking forward to opening one next time I have a bad day.

Photo of WanderingFool
4.31/5  rDev 0%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Maple Barrel Aged Fayston (cellar aged 1 year) pours black with a small, creamy brown head on top. The foam fades quickly leaving behind spots of lace on the glass.

The aroma is malty with notes of chocolate, oak, bourbon, vanilla and dark fruit.

Each sip of this medium to full bodied beer is smooth and creamy. The flavor is sweet and dry with oak and roasty notes. What I taste are chocolate, oak, vanilla, roast malt, ripe fruit, and alcohol. The maple has faded. Finishes dry with lingering chocolate, dark malt and ripe fruit when gone.

Delicious beer with a smooth body. The flavor mellowed well. Easy drinking for a 11% beer.

Photo of oline73
4.3/5  rDev -0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Poured from the bottle into a snifter. I was lucky enough to have this along side the other three versions.

The beer pours a dark brown, almost black color with a layer of off white head. The smell is sweeter than the regular version. I'm also getting some roast and mild alcohol. The taste is also sweeter with more heat than the regular version. I'm getting some maple syrup and dark fruit. The finish has a roasty component to it along with some alcohol heat.

Photo of dbrauneis
4.29/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

A: Pours an opaque (yet clear) extremely dark black in color with some dark amber and brown highlights along with just the slightest hint of visible carbonation. The beer has a quarter finger tall sudsy dark mocha head that quickly reduces to a very thin ring at the edges of the glass and a very small very thin patch in the center of the glass. Light amounts of lacing are observed.

S: There are moderate aromas of dark roasted malts with some notes of chocolate/cocoa, brown sugar, and maple oakiness - light hints of butter and some booze.

T: Upfront there are moderate to strong flavors of roasted dark malts and cocoa/dark chocolate - there are some interesting smokey notes to this one that were unexpected. The maple starts out pretty subtle but intensifies as the beer warms, there are also quite a lot of notes of oak, butter, and vanilla. Just a touch of booze in the finish over the top of some light bitterness which fades quickly.

M: Slightly heavier than medium bodied with moderate amounts of carbonation. Light notes of alcohol heat towards the finish.

O: The maple aspects were a little more subtle in this beer than i expected at first but as the beer warms the maple makes it's presence more well known. The alcohol is present in this beer but it is still a very enjoyable sipping beer. Quite nice complexity to the smell and taste.

Photo of ThePorterSorter
4.29/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

The beer pours jet black with a thin, dark, tightly packed tan head that settles into a halo around the glass perimeter with minimal lacing (light residual oil). The nose is maple sugar forward, with a slight roastiness, and hint of biting ethanol and oak. Maple also predominates the beer's flavor profile, a slightly nutty brown sugar sweetness that has minimal chocolate or tannic bitterness, and a lingering maple flavor. The mouthfeel has little booze compared to the nose, a silky malt/maple caramel sweetness that doesn't become syrupy/chewy despite minimally carbonation, only a hint of wood, some vanilla, slightly bitter-sweet finish. This beer meets expectations in having a noticeable maple presence on top of a full bodied barrel-aged stout.

Photo of metter98
4.27/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.25 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

A: The beer is essentially jet black in color, only traces of red apper near the far edges of the glass when it s held up to a bright white light. It poured with a quarter finger high beige head that left a ring of large bubbles areound the edge of the glass and wispy lacing across the surface.
S: There are light to moderate aromas of licorice in the nose.
T: Like the smell, the taste has flavors of licorice and dark malts along with a light to moderate amount of bitterness. Hints of maple are noticeable towards the finish.
M: It feels medium- to full-bodied on the alate and has a moderate amount of carbonation. There is a bit of warming from the alcohol in the finish.
O: This beer definitely tastes like it is a little strong, but hides its alcohol relatively well.

Photo of Sean9689
4.27/5  rDev -0.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks, Mike (Agentzero)! Bottle #13/180, Batch #175. Poured into Bruery tulip.

A - Pours black, dark mocha-color head, very thin whisps on top and some spotty lacing around the sides of the glass.

S - Bitter dark chocolate, caramel, roast, malts, and a decent dose of maple syrup. The maple notes are excellent and give this beer a nice added dimension.

T - Not quite as good as the nose. Chocolate, maple syrup, burnt sugars, malts, slight roast. Without the maple syrup, it would be just another stout, but I sure to do enjoy this! Alcohol is very well-hidden. Finish is sweet caramel.

M - Full, rich and smooth, creamy finish, good carbonation.

O - Really enjoyed this one. The maple syrup notes really hit the spot and make this beer into something more. Would def like to try this again to see what the maple syrup notes do in 6-12 months. Recommend.

Photo of gford217
4.25/5  rDev -1.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Big thanks to Conor for this nip bottle, #43 of 96.

Pours pitch black with a bubbly tan head that shows very good retention and some sticky legs around the edges.

Aroma is potent with liquor and sugary maple up front. But, upon further inspection, there are chocolate and roasted malts hiding underneath the heavy sweetness. Some vanilla and spicy oak to mix things up as well.

Taste is big and complex with the maple liquor bringing something interesting. A burning sweetness up front with some heavily roasted malts in the background. Chocolate and vanilla and a definite burn going down.

Mouthfeel is medium bodied with soft carbonation and quite a bit of barrel character.

Really interesting imperial stout from Lawson's with a killer sweetness and liquor character. There's a lot going on in this one and I'm glad I got the nip bottle because it's a hefty beer.

Photo of jlindros
4.24/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Thanks to Tom P for sharing.

Dark small fizzy head, pitch black,

N dark chocolate stout, little maple sweetness, little vanilla barrel, hint earthy hop

T super dark choc, fudge with some maple, vanilla barrel, little booze, earthy hops, actually gets pretty hot, little creamy oat velvety, mocha little dark malt and caramel.

M fairly hot and little creamy velvety, decent carb, full bod.

Photo of gueuzedreg
4.24/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

2013 375ml doing a side-by-side with Bourbon Barrel aged Lawson's from '12.

A- Almost pitch black with the thinnest of a ring of lacing.

S- Bourbon characteristics followed by in equal share maple, chocolate and dark fruits.

T- I like that more of a traditional stout was used for the bast. I am getting bourbon, chocolate, toffee and charred dark fruits. I am getting some maple. More than in the bourbon.

M- Kinda thin, but not too thin.

O- I very well done BA stout. I am glad that I got some Maple out of it.

Photo of claaark13
4.23/5  rDev -1.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

I got this a while back form jedwards....not sure exactly when, but I've really been looking forward to it. I've had a tough time fitting it into a tasting, so it looks like it gets split with my wife. Served at 52ish into a HF snifter. Bottle #16/180.

A - Pours black with a dark tan head, rising about an inch and then fades to a thick lacing. Sticks well.

S - Sweet dark malts with some roast. Some of the booze is evident at first. The maple comes out, but not without a bit of investigation.

T - Cocoa, roasted malts, sweetness with a note of heat on the tongue. Finish has a little cocoa, touch of dry oak. The sweet roasted malts seem to dominate, but the cocoa peeking through is what makes this one. I really don't get much of the expected maple, it really just seems to add a perfect amount of sweetness. The aforementioned heat goes away after the 2nd sip, making it easy to forget that 12%.

M - Medium body that feels slightly thicker due to the lower carbonation.

O - This isn't quite like anything I've had. There is a complexity yet balance in the flavor. The (somehow) subdued flavor of the maple seems so appropriate by just providing the sweetness to cover the ABV%. I will be seeking this one out fresh the next time it comes around.

Photo of stakem
4.22/5  rDev -2.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Huge thanks go to Kegatron for sharing this. This has been on my wants list since day 1 of making such a list. What better experience than to get a full pour along side the base and bourbon version. 750ml bottle numbered 35 of 180. As expected and like the other Faystons, it appears black in color with a dark tan head. Some spotty lace sticks to the glass as cap collpases.

The aroma has a big sticky sweet nose of caramel, vanilla and burnt sugars perhaps like maple syrup. Some hints of chocolate and coffee with a mild alcohol bite across the back that comes across a little solvent. The roasted aromatics verse sweetness creates and interesting contrast to the nose.

The flavor is bitter and roasty with earthen aspects of coffee. Quite a contrast compared to what you might expect based off the first impression of the aromatics. Plenty of dryness with tobacco and a mild acrid bite. Some solvent alcohol is present before being tempered by a contrast of barrel character that tastes somewhat like caramel and raw maple that is almost woody like bark instead of oaky barrel.

This is more medium bodied than light with a modest level of carbonation. It is quite boozy and aggressive for an imperial stout but I liked it the most of the Faystons we drank. It provided the most contrasting charcter to the bold stout and I found it to be the easiest drinking and most balanced. Any of these Fayston brews are well worth the time and resources to secure, id love to have this again. Thank you very much Heath for the unique opportunity.

Photo of MDDMD
4.21/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

A-dark brown black color with a smallish tan head and some lacing

S-dark malt, coffee, maple, molasses, chocolate

T-dark roasted malt, chocolate coffee, maple, vanilla, slight char

F-medium body with light to moderate carbonation, smooth

O-very flavorful stout, but a little lighter than I expected

Photo of KevSal
4.2/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Pleasant mishap led this bad boy my way. Thanks to johnking for making the trade with me and thecaptain99 for getting the trade together haha! I thought these came in 750s, this one is in a 375ml. Perfect size to crack it a late Friday after working 70 hours this week watching Flight.

Poured into a tulip, not sure the vintage of this guy.

A- wow this one looks absolutely amazing! Super dark with a nice thick brown head. This one looks like hunaphu! Viscous

S- smell is a little more subdue than I was hoping for.roastyness and sweetness up front. More sweetness follows.

T- wow this one is roasty! A ton more roasty than I was expecting from a maple barrel beer. Lots of roasty chocolate, followed by the maple. Sweetness comes in thick on the back end. Different than I was expecting. Tasty stuff for sure, better than the nose.

M- very nice, not as thick as the appearance leads you to believe. Slightly fluffy and rich. No alch on this guy at all

O- the more I drink it the more I'm liking this and the less I like Vermont haha. This is good stuff. I coukd drink this all day.I'd love to try it again, thank you John for letting this one come my way, I appreciate it! I'd love to try more lawstons, this is my second encounter with them, and this one really delivered

Flight is getting good!

Photo of MasterSki
4.2/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml bottle courtesy of Mike (AgentZero). Served in a Hill Farmstead tulip. Batch #175, Bottle #13 of 180.

A - A late-rising dime of dark mocha foam settles to a thin ring, leaving a wisp of bubbles on-top and spotty lacing. Black body with a glint of brown at the fringes.

S - Buttery oak, brown sugar, booze, roasted malts, and an increasing maple note as the beer warms up. Very unusual and unique smelling - the closest point of reference I can think of is actually Good King Henry Special Reserve.

T - Taste has a meaty applewood smoked bacon quality to it that I didn't notice in the aroma. Plenty of roasted malts, and a light maple syrup note in the finish. Alcohol is more restrained here, and I think this is actually a step up from the smell.

M - Smooth medium-full body, lower carbonation, some noticeable alcohol heat as well. Quite chewy and viscous.

D - This is quite good. I preferred it to the Maker's Mark version, although both are still quite boozy at this stage. I would encourage everyone to wait about 6 months before getting to these, as that should cut some of the heat. I'd love to try this one periodically down the road and see what develops. Definitely a sipper - the nips are a good choice for single servings, but sharing a 750ml with friends is probably the best way to enjoy this.

Photo of craytonic
4.2/5  rDev -2.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

#36 of 180; 750ml "Rare Batch #175"

Appearance: Dark black pour with just a touch of mahogany, nice tan head that leaves very little lacing.

Smell: Lots of sweet chocolate and fudge with a touch of maple syrup and oak. Very sweet smelling.

Taste: Similar to the aroma, rich sweet chocolate and fudge with touches of maple syrup, brown sugar and oak. I do wish the maple was a bit more pronounced as it is in Founder's Canadian Breakfast Stoout.

Mouthfeel: Silky and velvet smooth, although a bit thin. I had expected a Maple beer to be a bit sticky.

Drinkability: Very drinkable and smooth for 12%; I did enjoy this one but not one of my top for the style.

Photo of Kegatron
4.17/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

750ml corked & caged bottle into a couple of glasses. Rare batch 175 Bottle # 35/180. Black with a dark mocha head. Rich retention with a good bit of robust spotty lace. The aroma has a huge maple presence, with spicy tobacco notes along the back and some chocolate, vanilla and dark roast mixed in. A green tannic presence hangs on the edges but this isn’t hugely oaky. Maple is strong in the flavor as well, with a hot feel to it from the barrel. Chocolate, vanilla, brown sugar, a touch of tobacco and dark roast all make themselves known as well. The roast leaves bitter char in the finish, where it lingers with some burnt barrel character. This full bodied and chewy in the mouth with some silkier undertones. This shows it’s alcohol but isn’t overly hot, just leaving some spicy sweetness back in the mouth. This was certainly tasty and interesting but the maple from the base beer and the barrel (both the maple and vanilla) just got to be a little too much in spots. I did like the overall complexity here though and the drinkability was decent. I’m still glad I sought this one out a while back.

Photo of koopa
4.17/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle # 15 of 180 received in an in person trade with a great BA thanks!

Appearance: Pours a super dark opaque brown with a small light brown crown that displays moderate retention and a touch of lace.

Smell: Strong maple liquor barrel note over chocolate covered toffee.

Taste: Same as the nose but not as pungent. Maple liquor note becomes more present in the finish.

Mouthfeel: A touch thin for my liking.

Drinkability: Very high due to the smoothness of the well integrated flavors.

Photo of jegross2
4.13/5  rDev -4.2%
look: 3.75 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.25

Reviewing the Maple Barrel Aged Fayston Maple Imperial Stout from Lawson's Finest Liquids out of Warren, Vermont.

Score: 93

Batch 1, Bottled in December 2010. vintage bottle served in a GLASS and enjoyed on 06/19/13.

Appearance: Pours virtually no head above an inky black body. Minimal lacing and retention. Has some oily legs. 3.75/5

Smell: Lots of oaky vanilla, maple, chocolate and some roast. Smells a bit sweet, nothing complex. Better integration as it warms up. 3.75/5

Taste: Chocolate, maple and lots of roast. Vanilla too, which is more pronounced on the back half than upfront. Raw unsweetened chocolate flavor in the finish. I love how there is a nice medley of "sweet flavors" that are not sweet. Quite drinkable. 4.25/5

Mouthfeel: Full bodied, low carbonation. The flavors that hit you are initially sweet, but then a roasty bitteness takes over and balances the sweetness just right. This makes for an interesting mouthfeel, as it gets the palate quite dry. No residual sweetness. The dryness borderlines on chalky at points, but I like that a lot. Reminds me of The Count in that regard. 4.5/5

Overall: The nose was better in batch 2, but the taste here is so much better. The bitter dryness and roastiness is done just nice, and the lack of residual sugar makes this an excellent beer to drink more than a few ounces of. Gets better as it warms up, and the nose integrates better.

Cost: ??? for a 750 ml bottle.

Maple Barrel Aged Fayston Maple Imperial Stout from Lawson's Finest Liquids
95 out of 100 based on 268 ratings.