Topless Wytch - Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
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4.75/5 rDev +17.3%
Poured from a 22oz bomber into a tulip glass. Pours very dark with tan head. I was supprised by the complexity yet smooth drinkability of this porter. The mouthfeel was very silky. This is just a darn good baltic porter and I will be buying this whenever I see it on the shelves.
05-19-2014 18:25:20 | More by PBRmeasap1980
4.64/5 rDev +14.6%
A- poured dark and opaque, with about 1 finger head. Good lacing
S - roasted barley, coffee. no hop aroma, which is surprising for FFF's
T- incredible! Slight roasted barley flavor is smoothed out by the chocolate and coffee. Tastes somewhat like an expresso milkshake.
M - rich smooth velvety. Almost chewy. Feels like I'm consuming a meal and I love it
O - really surprised by the lack of hop flavor and aroma (since its three Floyd's), but not in a bad way. This is a fantastic beer and I will definitely get it again if I have a chance.
03-22-2014 01:36:55 | More by DVoors
4.6/5 rDev +13.6%
Look - beautiful.... Brown w slight red. Dark dark dark. Head is very foamy and stuck around.
Smell - slight chocolate, has a hint of fruit like a plum, smells like a Baltic porter. Tingles the nose.
Taste - has slight coffee but not overpowering, very clean and doesn't hang around. Taste stays w you but not in a bad way at all and is very consistent.
Feel - smooooth w a great carbonation. Light and not heavy at all.
Overall - this is a fantastic beer and I'd get it every time I see it at the brew pub.
03-30-2014 23:14:59 | More by drdiesel9483
4.6/5 rDev +13.6%
Poured at the brewpub. Tulip glass. Gorgeous burnt black chocolate, almost completely opaque, topped with a hearty head.
Smells a little cold, if that makes any sense. A little like the flavor is getting dulled by the temp. Crisp, fiery burnt malts flick and flitter alongside fruity and bitter American hops. Profile grows in complexity as it warms.
Tastes smooth, sweet, bitter, and then dry. Milk chocolate moves into burnt grain--rough, unfinished porter malt--and then it moves into much smoother, almost stouty finish of bitterdry hops.
03-11-2010 22:28:27 | More by mynie
4.55/5 rDev +12.3%
Pours out a really dark thick black liquid with 1/2 finger of tan suds. Lots of lacing here.
Smell is sweet molassas and charred malts. A fruity raisin/plum aroma comes into play as it warms up. NO alcohol in the nose. Pretty nice for a 9.00%er.
Taste is bitter coffee and strong dark chocolate with a sweet caramel sugar in the background.
No alcohol here either.
Mouthfeel is darn near perfect. Sweet and bitter then dry making you lift the glass back to the mouth.
Drinkability is very good here too. You really can't tell you are drinking a strong abv porter.
Very good job Three Floyds.
Oh yea, the spelling is Wytch fyi.
04-01-2010 02:30:44 | More by peabody
4.55/5 rDev +12.3%
Sampled at the brew pub in a 1/2 pint glass. This beer appeared a dark brown. A scant khaki head that left hardly any lacing. Smell is fruity sugar with a giant coffee back. Taste is a chocolaty coffee punch, backed with a fair share of hoppy vanilla twang. Simply, it is VERY tasty. Mouthfeel was a nice blend of creaminess and some drying hop oils. Extremely drinkable. I had to stop myself from really going at that 1/2 pint glass. This is one brew that they should really consider bottling, there aren't many offerings of this style around. And this beer is easily amongst the best
09-14-2008 04:30:49 | More by crayphish
Topless Wytch from Three Floyds Brewing Co. & Brewpub
90 out of 100 based on 419 ratings.