Barrel-Aged Fantastic Voyage - Perennial Artisan Ales
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Ratings: 48 | Reviews: 8 | Display Reviews Only:
2.69/5 rDev -35.2%
Served from bottle into a tasting glass on 8/2/14
A: Looks like your average BA stout, little thin in comparison due to the milk base rather than an IRS
S: Not good. Smells like sour coconut milk.
T: Chocolate, cocunut, and bacteria. This beer is clearly past it's prime and quite possibly infected.
M: Thin and not very impressive
O: This beer is way past it's prime, while each of us noticed some souring qualities; I don't believe the beer was actually infected. Pretty disappointed, but what can you do drinking a beer like this past it's prime.
08-04-2014 15:19:47 | More by jaken0ss
2.56/5 rDev -38.3%
This beer is lost to infection. I have heard of people loving it in February, and not so much lately.
A- Pitch black, little bit of lacing, coffee brown head. No legs on the lacing.
S- The qualities of a BA stout are there, but this one is soured. Bacteria has invaded this one and made it a shell of itself. I am still enjoying it a bit though.
T- Adjunct flavors are not there with the bacteria, but a nice ba stout is hiding there somewhere.
M- Kinda thin. Watery void.
O- This one has been lost; I want to try next year's version though when it comes out!!!
06-23-2014 01:42:04 | More by gueuzedreg
4.45/5 rDev +7.2%
Reviewing the Barrel Aged Fantastic Voyage from Perennial Artisan Ales out of St. Louis, Missouri. This bourbon barrel aged coconut milk stout is a blend of Knob Creek 9 year and Blanton's barrels, using the first (i.e., the uninfected) commercial batch of Fantastic Voyage as the base beer.
January 2014 vintage bottle served in a Mikkeller tulip taster and enjoyed on 05/10/14. Thank you Jim for the chance to sample this one.
Appearance: Pours an inky black color with a thin layer of tan head that settles to a ring around the glass. Good lacing and retention. 4.5/5
Smell: Coconut milk, chocolate and light vanilla. Primarily coconut, and amply so, but not quite the utter smack-you-across-the-face-with-coconut coconut bomb that the good bottles of Proprietor's Bourbon County Brand Stout were. Not super complex, but well integrated and appetizing. 4.5/5
Taste: Creamy coconut/coconut milk and milk chocolate, with a splash of whiskey flavor to the finish. Nice lasting flavors. The barrel is very subtle here, adding a nice complexity rather than taking the center stage. Not complex, but again, well done and tasty. Very similar to the nose, but with more barrel character apparent. 4.5/5
Mouthfeel: Medium-ish bodied. A bit over carbonated straight out of the bottle, but that breathes out with some patience and swirling. Creamy mouthfeel. Good balance. 4/5
Overall: Another delicious barrel aged stout release from Perennial, albeit without as much fanfare as the other. Fantastic Voyage (when not infected) is just good as Sump and 17. Seek this one out with confidence. It's pretty good and you will not be disappointed (unless you are expecting a Proprietor's clone).
Cost: $25 for a 750 ml bottle.
05-13-2014 18:36:05 | More by jegross2
4.39/5 rDev +5.8%
This is one of the best smelling beers Raul has ever come across. Like Nina Agdal fresh out of the steam room...breathe it in. Ahhh! Delicate aroma from the whiskey barrels, yet there is this gorgeous coconut presence that would even give Gilligan a boner.
Let's move on...
Flavor is real nice, yet it's a bit light while the mouthfeel is thinner than this player would like. I mean, if Nina put a few pounds on that rump...wowie.
04-21-2014 03:06:44 | More by RaulMondesi
Barrel-Aged Fantastic Voyage from Perennial Artisan Ales
91 out of 100 based on 48 ratings.