Genealogy Of Morals (Bourbon Barrel Aged) - Hill Farmstead Brewery
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4.7/5 rDev +5.4%
A- black with a thin brown head. A ring of brown lacing remains around the glass.
S- honey, candy sugar, molasses, coffee, bourbon
T- lots of coffee, sweet bourbon, chocolate, very well blended.
M- super silky smooth with a bite of alcohol on the finish that fades as the beer warms.
O- a dangerously smooth and drinkable barrel aged imperial stout. It is a wonderful blend of coffee, chocolate, and bourbon.
10-18-2013 02:11:37 | More by AdamF625
4.24/5 rDev -4.9%
500 mL bottle poured into a snifter.
Appearance - Jet black. Inky with a small mocha head. A few islands and a medium collar.
Smell - And there's a ton of bourbon. Sweet, vanilla bourbon. Coffee comes through behind it all as well as some chocolate. But holy hell it's a lot of bourbon.
Taste - Still just a bucket of bourbon. Quite sweet. Deep roasted malts offer a slight counterpoint. The coffee is faint here, but there's a little bit of acidity from it. Chocolate malts throughout, but it's always sweet. A bit of smoke in the finish.
Mouthfeel - Thick and sweet. Heavy with medium carbonation.
Overall - This is nothing like I remember the Madeira version. Nowhere near as harsh. The sweetness can't possibly be from just the bourbon barrels.
08-15-2013 02:01:45 | More by Alieniloquium
4.13/5 rDev -7.4%
Deep black hue with a touch of radiance this created a light brown head that collared with considerable thickness.
The aroma has a ton of coconut, sweet vanilla, butterscotch, malts, oak wood and the tell tale scent of bourbon.
The flavor is a bit thin, as if the base beer was weak and so the barrel takes overs. The oak, wood and bourbon lead the way. The flavor is creamy with a stiff coconut and vanilla finish.
The feel is thick on the tongue, creamy and smooth but then appears thin at the back of the throat.
I must plead ignorance to what Hill Farmstead used in the barrel but I'd guess it doesn't matter as the barrel was showcased.
03-26-2014 23:53:20 | More by KYGunner
Genealogy Of Morals (Bourbon Barrel Aged) from Hill Farmstead Brewery
98 out of 100 based on 302 ratings.