Half Acre / Perennial Two Tugs - Half Acre Beer Company
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4.38/5 rDev +9.5%
Appearance is dark brown and very thick, which I was surprised poured only a one finger head.
Wafts of chocolate, malt, slight bourbon? Appealing nonetheless.
Very chocolaty and on the back end, I'm still getting hints of bourbon, very tasty.
Mouthfeel is thick as it poured, a lush and very sweet palate pleaser.
Overall a damn good beer, but the chocolate does get to be overbearing halfway through the bottle, would pick up again.
05-08-2014 22:21:48 | More by larryarms847
4.38/5 rDev +9.5%
a:very dark brown. about a finger and a half tan head which subsides to a small cap fairly quickly
s: slight roastiness. hints of chocolate. grainy malts.
t: milk chocolate accentuated with very slight hops. roasted malts.
m: creamy. medium body. medium carbonation seems just right. bit sticky on the finish
o: This is a solid beer. I'm not usually a big fan of this style but this one is very easy to drink. I know this is a one-off but I don't think I could drink more than one serving of this as I could see myself might getting tired of it for some reason. But that one time drinking it was great. Glad I had a chance to try this.
12-23-2012 02:33:29 | More by Jaycase
3.95/5 rDev -1.3%
Oddly named with an equally goofy label, thankfully the beer itself is good!
Pours a tawny brown into a tulip glass, light tan head of foam ebbs away slowly. Minimal spotty lacing, a finger of foam settles to a bare string of wispy bubbles around the edge after awhile. Reddish glints in the light, somewhat transparent.
Dry earthy aroma, a combination of roast malt and vague hops.
Flavors are dry and bitter, big roasty malt rides alongside dry bitter bakers chocolate, though there's a hint of carob and creamy chocolate sweetness. Some grassy chlorophyll from the hop additions. Nice creamy feel, light carbonation and medium bodied. Finishes very clean and smooth with a lingering hoppy bitterness. Sort of style-bending, drinks almost like a Black IPA/IBA, though brown in color with all the essential greenery.
12-11-2012 02:59:27 | More by emerge077
4.06/5 rDev +1.5%
A: Pours a rich woody brown with a nice tan head.
S: Light mocha, thick molasses and dark bread, cocoa. Robust aroma.
T: Charred grain, light citric hoppiness, chocolate and brown sugar, lightly nutty.
M: Thick and chewy. Great mouthfeel.
O: This tastes pretty good, and really shines in the mouthfeel. Whoever came up with the name should be fired, though.
01-22-2013 03:20:02 | More by Etan
4.5/5 rDev +12.5%
Poured from a 22oz bottle into a St. Feuillien goblet.
A: Pours a shade of deep chestnut, just shy of pitch black. Immediately, one finger of khaki colored cream forms on top and displays excellent retention. A bubbly skim leaves a surplus of lace stuck to the inside of the glass.
S: Dark fruit (raisins, plums, figs), dark chocolate, black cherry, Whoppers candy, fudge, tiramisu, pan roasted nuts, roasty malt and a hint of anise.
T: See above with more emphasis on the dark chocolate/fudge flavors as well something akin to rum raisin bread pudding. Frigging delicious!
M: Creamy and full with just the right amount of hop/alcohol spiciness. A lingering bitterness spreads itself over my tongue during the long finish.
O: What an excellent beer. Not marketed as a "holiday beer", but that's exactly the feeling I got while enjoying it. The spirit of collaboration is alive and well between these two breweries. Hopefully it's the first and not the last...
12-01-2012 19:26:54 | More by GbVDave
3.1/5 rDev -22.5%
Served in a tulip glass.
Is it weird that it took my buddy's fiance to get me to see the double entendre at play here? Regardless, this stuff pours a fairly deep ruby-brown topped by a finger of glowing off-cream foam. The nose comprises lightly-roasted barley and watered-down maple syrup. A slight bit of vague nuttiness appears as well. The taste brings in more of the same, along with a twinge of lightly-acrid coffee. The body is a light-leaning medium, with a light moderate carbonation and a drying finish. Overall, a meek beer, one that just seems like it may have been trying too hard to be something better than it is.
01-08-2013 02:58:39 | More by TMoney2591
Half Acre / Perennial Two Tugs from Half Acre Beer Company
89 out of 100 based on 68 ratings.