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Weez - Maine Beer Company

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Reviews: 144
Hads: 954
Avg: 4.02
pDev: 25.37%
Wants: 23
Gots: 161 | FT: 4
Brewed by:
Maine Beer Company
Maine, United States | website

Style | ABV
American Black Ale | 7.20% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: ToasterChef on 06-13-2013

Hoppy and roasty American IPA, brewed as the dark-colored counterpart to Another One (both beers incorporate the exact same kettle and dry hopping schedule). Weez presents a blend of hoppy and roasty notes on the nose, followed by hoppy resins on the tongue, and finishes with a deep roast.
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Photo of Eamonn-Cummings3
4.69/5  rDev +16.7%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.75 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75

Served out of a bottle into Sierra Nevada IPA glass.

A- Pitch black opaque with solid light tan head.

S- Coffee, slightly smokey aroma (slightly stuffed nose, so it's hard to nail down anything exactly).

t-burnt roast malt bitterness along with classic hop bitter citrus flavor.

M- prickly carbonation.

O- One of the best Black IPAs of all time

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Photo of corby112
3.02/5  rDev -24.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 2.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 2.75

Bottled on 12-31-13

Pours a dark chestnut brown color that appears pitch black and completely opaque in the glass without even the slightest hint if lighter color. There's a two finger, frothy beige head that very slowly settles into a thick, lasting ring. Very good retention with streaks of soapy lacing coating the glass on the way down.

Dank, earthy aroma with prominent resinous, oily hops along with grassy pine needle, a touch of citrus and a slightly smokey, dark malt backbone. Underneath the earthy hops, the smokey element of the malt bill gives off a very subtle phenolic presence but it isn't very distracting or unpleasant. Some liquid smoke and charcoal along with dark chocolate, oatmeal, robust coffee bean and sweeter, dessert-like malt character. The malts begin to overpower the hops as it warms but the nose remains complex and inviting.

On the fuller end of medium body with slight viscosity and soft carbonation. Very dry and bitter up front with the earthy hops and charred malt flavors playing off of each other. Strong sticky, resinous hop flavor up front with grass, pine and spruce tip but it's missing the subtle citrus presence found in the nose. The hops are countered by a deeply roasted dark malt backbone that is somewhat acrid and nearly burnt tasting. The smoke presence is a bit stronger than in the aroma with hints of ash, charcoal and burnt toast along with used coffee grinds, oatmeal and dark chocolate. This beer has a decent balance of hops and malt but tastes very one dimensional with a ton of tongue scraping, dry bitterness and overwhelming roast. Needs a lot more sweetness to balance things out. Overall, this isn't a terrible beer but it's boring, a bit harsh and tough to drink.

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Photo of stephenjmoore
4.29/5  rDev +6.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A- Pours a very dark brown, with a body that looks thicker than I expected. Settles into the glass as a near-black with no transparency. Gorgeous frothy mocha-colored head that stays thick and lingers.

S- Lots of dank, herbal hop aromas with roasted malts and even some mocha aromas. Very nice nose.

T- Hops come through nicely, lots of herbal and pine hop qualities with the roastiness coming through nicely. Finish has a roastiness that resembles coffee with hints of chocolate. Really goes back and forth between the huge hop bitterness and the huge roastiness.

M- Smooth and creamy, medium carbonation.

O- I love this style when it is executed correctly and this one does a great job. I am interested to see what type of hops and malt are used in this because some of the flavors expand further than even the best black IPAs I have had. Really awesome offering.

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Photo of ghostwalker
3.89/5  rDev -3.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Bottle dated 080613.

Pours deep brown/ black with a huge froth of tan head.

Nose is clean earthy hops with a roasty malt note.

Flavor is crisp and clean for a black IPA. The roasty quality of the malt bill comes at the finish, leaving plenty of time and space for the IPA-ness to impress up front. A really great tasting brew, unlike any other Black Ale I have had.

Mouthfeel is really light and easy, considering the big malt that must have gone into that black body. No stripping quality from the hops.

Overall, I really like this one. Drinkability is very high, and so is complexity, a rather unusual situation.

Now, on to try "Another One".

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Photo of Fcolle2
4.07/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Pours black in color with a fair amout of sediment and not a whole lot of light making it through the beer. Head is big, about two fingers fluffy tans tan in color. Head leaves a good amount of lacing all around the glass.

Smell is really nice. Fresh citrus hops forward dominated by fresh orange and orange rind. Big roasted malt follows with aromas of cocoa and coffee. Dark malt works well with the nice fresh orange aromas.

Taste follows the nose with some light citrus hops forward with a relatively light herbal bitterness. Roasted malt flavors follow with big coffee and toffee notes and a lighter cocoa flavor. Well balanced, not too bitter.

Mouthfeel is good. Medium to heavy body and mild to moderate carbonation leaves this smooth and drinkable.

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Photo of magictacosinus
4.13/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

Thanks again to Mr. angrybabboon for this. Poured out of a 500ml bottle into a tulip glass. Bottling date is listed as "08/06/13."

As always by the standards of Maine Brewing Co., this pours a beautiful black ale - dark, pretty much pitch-black when held against the light, with a mahogany head that rises quite high in the glass and leaves good steaks of sticky lacing behind. Head retention is excellent, but the bottle conditioning is yet again at play here. In sort, looks like a great home brew. Very memorable.

The aroma immediately shows that this is an IPA disguised as darker beer. Notes of pine, lemon balm, light licorice, and orange peel are right at the front, with some roasted chocolate, cream, and some dark, dried fruits at the back. Most notably, prunes and raisins, but it's pretty subtle overall. A little bit of booze is present, but it's far more on the side of the pungent dried hops and cracker-like, grainy roasted feel that stings the nostrils more than anything else. Really, really appealing stuff overall - strives for balance in midst of its experimentation.

The flavor indicates that this contains far more to offer than other black IPAs in country usually do - and the secret is in strong, roasted flavors as well as the dark fruits at the finish. Yes, there's an explosion of dried pine sap at the front, but it's soon replaced by roasted notes of chocolate, coffee and some ash, which quickly meld into the prune/raisin combo that I was initially picking up briefly in the aroma. It's far more present here, including the hyssop, lemon balm, licorice, and herbal bouquet that soon follows after the pine and citrus. Very diverse on the spices - almost to the point where it's equivalent to a chocolate beverage that's been infused with them. In spite of its relatively thin mouth feel (which was different in contrast to Another One), it's still quite creamy and the slight vanilla and sugar cream sweet notes further accentuate the feel of the beer. Slightly dry and grainy, but filled with a roasted and herbal astringency that is quite enjoyable. These beers benefit tremendously from the bottle conditioning. This is a prime example in how they do.

Wonderful stuff again from these guys. While I enjoyed its normalized variant (Another One) slightly more, this is by far the most herbal and roasted black IPA I've had to date. Takes the style to another level that I hadn't even thought about before. This paired incredibly well with oregano soaked goat cheese and bread. A nice dessert to have after a meal, too. Definitely worth picking up for fans of IPAs and porters.

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Photo of emerge077
3.81/5  rDev -5.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

Bottled 090313

Poured black with a dense head of creamy tan foam. Long lasting lace, sticky in the glass. Extended head retention as well.

Mild roasty aroma, light trace of ash, lightly piney hop oils.

Taste is roasty and moderately bitter, piney hops linger into the dry aftertaste. Creamy and fairly substantial in body. Char lingers momentarily in the middle, fading into bitter resinous hops. Overall it's good for what it is, but for the price I'll keep drinking Wookey Jack.

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Photo of donkeyrunner
3.08/5  rDev -23.4%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 2 | overall: 3

Dark with a big hunka dark beige foam. Smells like menthol and roast malt. Tastewise roast malt is complimented by lemony menthol. Some grapefruit. Very watery, Weez doesn't really catch on the tongue. Minimal bitter. Balanced though I'm not sure that's what you want from this style.

I believe that Another One and Weez are the same hop bill but AO is a traditional IPA and Weez is a black IPA. Interesting that AO shows off lemony citrus hop characteristics and Weez displays lemony menthol hops.

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Photo of gmfessen
4.18/5  rDev +4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Got this one as a present from my Mom on her trip to Maine, thanks for thinking of me!

Poured from the simple but very informative bottle into a pint glass, Weez is very dark you can see a slight dark brown hue when held to the light but otherwise black. There is a thin, creamy mocha colored head that hangs around all day. The nose is a nice mixture of aromatic hops and dark malty notes. The taste prevails in the hop direction initially with a sweet piney, resinous hop flavor and then shifts back to a bready, burnt chocolate, semi-dry finish. Mouthfeel is lighter than expected and goes down easy, mild but adequate carbonation helps too. Overall, a great beer and a great representative for the state of Maine!

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Photo of TheBrewo
4.15/5  rDev +3.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

We crack a bottle, pouring a brew of midnight black into our oversized tasting snifters. It gives up the quickest flash of deep maroon towards the bottom of the glass when held to light. It puts forth a two finger head of creamy, cakey medium brown bubbles, showing great retention. Lacing is left in islands and ridges around the glasses. No haze or sediment is noted, and carbonation appears to be light. The nose gives fresh and super sweet citric, floral, and nectary hops, charred black and chocolate maltiness, smooth plastic bite, light banana ester sweetness, Softsoap cleanliness, chalk, pencil graphite, Smarties candies, syrupy strawberry fruitiness, and marshmallow sweetness. Our first impression is that while the hops certainly shine, the malts are big enough to challenge them for center stage at most turns throughout the sip. As we sip, the taste begins with banana pudding sugars, citric and grassy hops, sunscreen chemical bite, black malts, light plastics, peppery booziness, chalk, steely metallics, watermelon and tangerine fruitiness, mint floss, honeys, and a curious wheat cracker maltiness. Bitterness takes over through the middle, with oily hop resins, dried autumn leafiness, hay, rye-like metallics, soured cocoa, powdery white flour, heavy roast of coffee and chocolate malts, campfire charcoal, eraser, and synthetic lemon juiciness. The end washes with biting plastic foaminess, chalk, light lead and mineral qualities, soft mossy woodiness, glassy yeast, roasty chocolate and black malt grittiness, brightly sweet citric and nectary hops, dried twigs and oily green grass resins, soured citric rind, basement mustiness, and continued smokiness. The aftertaste breathes of packing peanuts, cardboard and stamps, syrupy sweet chocolate malt mash, light booze, celery vegetals, fruity hoppiness, peach and strawberry fruitiness, baker’s yeast, medicinal phenols, bitter char, herbal hop freshness, and orange peel zing. The body is medium, and the carbonation is high, instantly attacking the palate with each encounter. The sip shows nice slurp, smack, and froth, with decent creaminess to follow. The mouth is left cooled, coated, and pleasantly satiated, with eventual dripping dryness into chalked astringency atop a gentle pucker. The abv is appropriate, and the beer well.

Overall, the most enjoyable thing about this brew was its aroma. The hops are much more prominent here from the get go, but the flavoring does catch up more and more as it warms, with oily resins working their way in between the dense layers of chocolate, malts, and char. This beer does just the right amount of blending, with that unique black ale oily sweetness of hops that marries so, so well with the darkness of the grain bill. The product works to somehow lighten and denude the malts a bit, and is a quality that we’ve appreciated in the best beers of the style. This beer has been a long time coming, and again, and with a new style to their lineup nonetheless, continued to impress us with their versatility and general prowess.

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Photo of thedoubler55
4/5  rDev -0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A: This one pours a nice dark black, that leaves a nice tan head at the top and a nice brown lacing around the glass as you drink.

S: Nose is very piney with a slight alcohol scent, a little fresh fruit comes through but mostly hops and roasted malts present on the nose.

T: Up front a little bitterness and a little dryness, the hops and malts are very present, slight bready notes on the tongue, a dry finish.

M: Medium bodied, good amount of carbonation, and slight stickyness.

O: Maine brewing is moving up my favorites list very quickly this black ipa was really tasty and would definitely have another.

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Photo of joe1510
3.72/5  rDev -7.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

500ml Bottle

Bottled 8/6/13
Drank 10/16/13

Thanks again for the big ol' sampling of Maine Beer Co goodies, facesnorth! A tilt of the bottle releases a chestnut brown beer that appears more like black coffee when filling the glass. The chocolatey brown head forms slowly but before I know it fills as much glass space as the body and has no intention of retreating. Big puffy lacing clings tightly to the glass as it finally does settle. Maine Beer Co. sure knows how to brew a good looking beer.

The malt profile is tough for me to dissect as complex and well balanced as it smells. Soft coffee, black bread, and smooth dark chocolate come together. Clean alcohol adds a welcomed spiciness. Bright pine shows up with a hoppy bite and grapefruit pith adds a touch of fruitiness. There's even a little hazelnut coming forward with warming. I'm not usually a black IPA guy but Weez is smelling good.

A very mild astringency hits quick and fades just as fast before the main characters of robust pine, black bread, and dark chocolate kick in mid-palate. A quick flash of pithy grapefruit kicks in before the swallow and the finish is lightly roasted coffee, hazelnut and bitter pine that followed through from the middle. That quick astringency takes a little something away but the overall flavor is welcomed.

Weez is rich, velvety and smooth. The body itself feels substantial but is actually only moderate in weight and very easy to drink. The pine bitterness grows over time and gets me a little fatigued when combined with the roast but a 500ml fits just fine.

Yet another well made beer by the folks up at Maine Beer Co., Weez. Like I said above, I'm not a normally a black IPA guy but this one fits the bill nicely with a complex malt profile and bright hoppiness. I'd give Weez another go if it was available in my area. Thanks, Ryan!

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Photo of cbutova
3.97/5  rDev -1.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A- Poured from the 500ml bottle into a tulip and goblet. Dark ale falls into both with a black color but not like oil or as black as RIS. A nice light brown head forms to a few fingers with a supremely thick, foamy texture. Great head retention and lacing is superbly thick and plentiful.

S- Dark roast grains off the top lend decadent notes of milk chocolate, coffee, toast nuts and semi burnt cracked barley. Floral and citrus hops provide a nice contrast.

T- Hops amp up a bit here with IPA levels of pine, citrus peel, and floral notes in an equal balance with the rich malts. The roast grains are very flavorful adding a nice burnt roast, nutty, bitter cocoa powder base to the whole flavor. Mango and tropical fruit hints with time.

MF- High carbonation is noticed right away and it lends a nice edge for the emphasized hops. Body is moderately thick and has a creamy texture. Finishes with hop and roast bitterness.

It seems like more and more good hoppy black ales are popping up or I am appreciating the style more. Good flavor seems to switch back and forth between rich roast and resinous hops.

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Photo of micromaniac129
4.04/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4.25

Got the Guiness affect as I poured this beer. A super tall head foaming out of the glass, down the glass and onto the counter. All this and a nice cascade.
The beer itself is super dark.
The aroma is rich roasted malts. I think for a black ale it's a bit much.
Aromas of roasted nearly burnt malts chocolate and bright citrusy hops.
This medium bodied beer has a rich roasted malt taste that is very pronounced. Hints of chocolate come through as well as citrusy hops. Just like the nose.
Weez seems a bit unsettled and unbalanced. Drinks thin and almost watery.
It's good and I like it but it could be better.

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Photo of ColdOneKev
3.98/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

A - Pours a dark brown almost black with a huge 2+ in. of tan head.

S - Roasted malt, accented by fruity hops

T - Citrus and pine, with light coffee.

M - Medium to light body. High carbonation.

O - Excellent brew from Maine Beer Co. Definitely recommend and would have this again.

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Photo of MDDMD
4.1/5  rDev +2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

A-dark brown color with a nice tan head and good lacing

S-dark malt, cocoa, pine, tropical fruit

T-dark roasted malt, chocolate, light coffee, pine , light topical fruit,earthy, moderate bitter finish

F-medium body with moderate carbonation, smooth and crisp

O-nice black ale, good flavors and feel, solid ale

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Photo of jlindros
3.66/5  rDev -9%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Just finished Another One, so time to do this back to back. Not expecting a lot since I'm not a huge fan of American Black Ales, but we'll see. Bottled 09/03/13 same as Another One.

A darker mocha colored 2 finger fluffy head similar to Another One but darker colored, fades semi slowly with nice lacing, pitch black beer with no light coming through.

Nose brings a lot more of the dark malts, little mocha and roast, a little fresh coffee and roast, little dark powdered cocoa mix aroma, lots of black malt too. Hops are there but not much, they are drowned out by the dark malts and roast, the hops that come out are more on the spicy chewy side, amazing how the same hops can take a completely different perspective depending on how the malts mask or complement it. The deeper I nose a slight hint of a citrus and fruity hop character come through, a hint of pineapple interestingly, and some fluffy nougat.

Taste brings chocolate, dark malts, powdered cocoa, baker's choc, and a little black malt to start. A little creamy, and some light caramel and nougat, but not a lot of either, with touch of roast and coffee. Then Hops come through a lot more than the nose, but again the spicy chewy aspect of the hops. Again amazing how different the hops taste than on Another One. The nice tropical fruits, resin, and citrus really get masked by the dark malts, and the spicy chewy hops shine through with help from the tannins of the dark roasty malts. I eventually get a little citrus, a mild floral hop, touch of rind, and a little generic fruit but not much, and it's hard to get any of that. The caramel comes out a bit more as it warms, as well as a bit of orange peel citrus hop. Finish is dry but not as dry as Another One, a little sticky like, quite bitter and about the same overall bitterness, long lingering bitterness, hint of pine but mostly spicy and chewy.

Mouth is med bod, a little creamy, decent carb almost fluffy.

Overall not bad for a black IPA, nice malts, the hops get a little in the way of it, and the malts get in the way of the hops, so overall again I think this is a completely flawed style, and this shows why. Two different beers, same hops, different malts, the wheat and light malt beer in the Another One was awesome and the hops brought resin, tropical fruit, juicy generic fruit, floral aroma, very nice hop character. The dark malts drown out the nice part of the hops, and contrast what comes through from the nice hops, and brings out the less interesting parts of the hops, just not nearly as tasty.

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Photo of jbaker67
3.83/5  rDev -4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

Black with a medium creamy beige head and good lacing. Aroma of roasted malt, resinous, tropical fruits and caramel. Taste is slightly sweet with roasted malt, pine, tropical fruits, caramel and a light bitter finish. Medium body. Slightly dry. Average carbonation. Good Black IPA. A tad watery on the finish, but well balanced and drinkable aplenty.

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Photo of Greywulfken
4.18/5  rDev +4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

A: pitch black cat with a tall hat of dark brown foam; fluffy lace trails

S: darkly roasted malts and earthy, herbal hops; made me think of wet, deep, dark, nutrient-rich soil - that may sound off-putting, but I found it inviting

T: this is a toward the dry and roasty end of the spectrum, but with a big juicy mouthfeel. I picked up lots of bittersweet flavors throughout. Spices of some sort flash and fade into mellow toastiness and dark chocolate char. Very understated.

M: roasty and crisp, slightly coating, full-bodied, dense, balanced right between a bittersweet & wet and roasty dry finish - super easy drinking.

O: real good beer - can't see any fan of ABAs not liking it, and I think it has a very approachable character for any drinker. On par, in my estimation, with most of the popular beers in the ABA style.

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Photo of deltatauhobbit
4.05/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours a wicked black color with a large light tan head, head is a bit too much though since it took forever to fade, tons of patchy lacing on the glass.

Smell starts out with a strong pine hop aroma, a burnt roasted malt backing accompanies the piney hops to help balance things.

Taste surprisingly hits first with a burnt malt backing, a lingering bitterness from the malt similar to what coffee would have but this definitely does not have a coffee flavor, piney hops have a strong presence and add a different kind of bitterness to this beer, carbonation is somewhat subdued but more than adequate, good body with a decent stickiness.

This beer reminds me of the original trial batch of Zoe years ago before it became an amber ale.

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Photo of hooliganlife
3.88/5  rDev -3.5%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

thanks thechrislife for this

pours dark black, huge cocoa head just lifted over the glass. thick lacing and retention. had no idea this was dark until i poured it.

light citrus and grapefruit with plenty of charcoal and roast. a bit of a sweet nuttiness

very heavy on the roasted malt. charred through out with some bitter dark chocolate and espresso or french roast. citrus is lighter here, roasted malt being more dominant.

body is light for a 7%, easy drinking. sweet and simple

this and Another One are the same hops with different grains. i found the hops being far more dominant in Another One. this is like a hoppy stout, and in a great way.

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Photo of lordofthewiens
3.77/5  rDev -6.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 3.75

I didn't know this was a black ale until I poured it into my snifter. I think if I had known it was a black ale I would have passed; I'm not that big a fan of the style.

The beer was black with a thick tan head. There was a good deal of lace.

Aroma of piney hops and chocolate.

Ditto for the taste. Pine and chocolate.

Pretty hop forward.

Good example of the style, just not my cup of tea.

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Photo of Sludgeman
3.69/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

A hefty pour into a chalice. Bottled on 6/11/13.

Don’t let the color of this beer fool you. Wonderful aroma. I can inhale this one all night and the color and the head are great. But the taste does not match. Needs more of a malty backbone, some sweetness for balance. This is no Sublimely Self Righteous or Wookey Jack.

A – Pours brown with a mousy light brown 3-finger lasting head. A nice sticky lacing.

S – Floral hoppiness, sweetness, faint pepper.

T – Hoppy bitterness, unbalanced like an IPA, some roastiness, but minimal malitness.

MF – Medium light bodied, dry finish, but not necessarily a lasting bitterness.

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Photo of WunderLlama
3.45/5  rDev -14.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.25 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Bottle poured into a stein

Beautiful , huge four finger tan foam cap . Big and frothy. Puffy lacings on the glass as it settles down. Pitch black liquid...who knows what lurks in the darkness?

Aroma of pine with a hint of citrus.

Hops forward, bit of coffee malt. Bitter finish, not too sharp. Medium mouthfeel.

Recommended by my local beer shop, I gave it a try. Did not know what I was trying as the label said "ale." It is a black ale with a good dose of hops. I tried it, but, not my type of beer.

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Photo of Bicyclette
3.15/5  rDev -21.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3 | overall: 3

Not my fave from Maine Beer Co.

A rich, deep, brown-black with a golden off-white foam... This beer's malt gives a burnt toast char aftertaste that just doesn't suit me. But, the fragrance is great and the mouthfeel, while a little lighter than I'd expected... has active little bubbles that keep it far from feeling flat.

Hops are still present. Maine Beer Co loves to showcase their hops.

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Weez from Maine Beer Company
90 out of 100 based on 144 ratings.