LA-31 Bière Joi - Bayou Teche Brewery
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3.58/5 rDev -1.1%
Besides the obvious coffee that is on the label, not much going on to tell a buyer what kind of style beer is within the bottle. Basically a beer with Primo's Peppers and Mello Joy coffee.
A - Pours a dark amber brown body with laces of light brown amber around the edges. Has a one finger khaki head.
S - Sweet caramel with milk chocolate and light coffee.
T - Light dark chocolate (may'be 70% cocoa?) developing into weak (watered down?) coffee notes and finishing with some pepper heat. The peppers aren't overwhelmingly hot and add a nice element to the beer.
M - Light body with medium carbonation. Prickly on the mouth, not smooth.
O - A dubbel can be a boring style to me. This puts an interesting twist on it.
05-31-2014 14:41:01 | More by cvm4
3.75/5 rDev +3.6%
A: into a goblet, deep opaque brown beer with a slim head of tan foam that slipped away into a filmy collar with a little island of bubbles in the middle
S: oaky whiskey and coffee dominate, roasted hazelnut and dried herbs
T: darkly roasted coffee is immediate, with peppery heat following up; hints of whiskey barrel wood mingle effortlessly into the mix; earthy, dusky, mildly bittersweet, almost smoky; suggestions of dried fruit and cocoa powder in the background.
M: thin and light, smooth, tingle from arbol peppers; it slides across the palate
O: not a traditional dubbel, so that may throw some folks off - this Lagniappe version, by definition/translation, has a little extra in it by way of French roasted coffee, arbol peppers, and cacao nibs - as if that weren't enough, it is racked into Jack Daniels barrels for part of the maturation process. Surely a must try for the adventurous; understandably a hit-or-miss proposition based on your palate. I found it quite enjoyable and engagingly complex.
07-21-2013 14:57:14 | More by Greywulfken
4.15/5 rDev +14.6%
Sampled at a beer tasting at Weidmanns in Meridian. Pours dark amber brown with off-white head.
Smell is sweet with chocolate and coffee.
Taste follows well with lots of dark chocolate sweetness and coffee notes. Slight fruit notes. Light bitterness.
Mouthfeel is light to medium bodied with average carbonation.
Overall this was good.
05-31-2013 19:49:02 | More by TrappistJohnMD
3.95/5 rDev +9.1%
22 ounce bomber. Light tan head. Low retention. Some lacing, not sticky. Clear amber body. Aroma is interesting because of the coffee notes coming from a lighter colored beer, not often seen. Some caramel malt but the coffee dominates. Taste is slightly nutty, again with coffee and slight caramel. Easy to drink, unique and tasty.
12-06-2012 23:31:56 | More by KickbacksSteve
3.35/5 rDev -7.5%
Poured from tap into pint at Bulldog Midcity. Ruby orange brown color with thin head. Smells of bitter roasted malts - but very subtle. Taste is very very nutty, bitter coffee/malt. Not very pleasant but not bad either. Its really nutty...kind of weird, but the coffee is well hidden behind the nutty flavor. Did I mention nutty?
Its ok; definitely not a traditional dubble, but its an ok brew. Meh.
10-04-2012 03:29:40 | More by DrinkSlurm
LA-31 Bière Joi from Bayou Teche Brewery
82 out of 100 based on 27 ratings.