DNR - Coop Ale Works
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4.13/5 rDev +9.3%
Served in a chilled shaker pint at Upper Crust in Edmond. Pours to a creamy beige head that is thin (poured too carefully?) but laces and lasts. Color is red amber and hazy. Aroma is sugary malt, plums, yeast esters such as clove, bubblegum, and other spices, brown sugar and alcohol. Flavor is rich and complex with a strong sweet port/marsala taste up front, with spicy funky Belgian flavors in the middle and a rich, sweet rumlike finish. Mouthfeel is medium and sugary in a good way. Overall a delicious, satisfying high gravity ale with complexity and polish, approaching world class.
06-07-2014 19:25:29 | More by EagleTalon
4.9/5 rDev +29.6%
Yummy! This Belgian style high alcohol volume beer is on top of my list. The flavor is full like caramel and aroma is very pleasant. It's pour is beautiful and it's lacy! It's not a beer for those that detect the high alcohol volume. I love it and recommend it on tap!
06-05-2014 02:08:52 | More by Irasema
3.81/5 rDev +0.8%
A Belgian Quad from Oklahoma. DNR or Do Not Resuscitate is high in ABV. it has a dark amber appearance. It feels almost like light syrup in the mouth. Being so high in ABV it is a slow drink. It usually come in an 8 oz serving instead of the regular 12 oz or pint. It is kind of hard to find this on tap and only comes in 22.5 oz bottles, so if you can get it on tap, go for it.
05-23-2014 14:49:43 | More by BeerExplorer
DNR from Coop Ale Works
85 out of 100 based on 111 ratings.