Port Omna - Kane Brewing Company
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4.35/5 rDev +6.1%
Poured from a growler filled at Cranbury BuyRite into a Kane Belgian style tulip glass.
Pours an opaque black. Bubbles rise to the top to make a wonderful thick creamy tan head. Leaves nice lacing.
Aroma gives off strong roasted coffee upfront. Some bitter and sweet chocolate and a nice toastyness in the nose.
All of that wonderful aroma comes out full force in the taste. Some sweet chocolate notes upfront that give way to nicely roasted coffee and finishes with bitter chocolate and sweet toasted caramel. Finishes dry with a nice toastyness lingering on the pallet keeping you coming back for more.
Mouthfeel is excellent not heavy and definitely not watery in the slightest, a nice full body. Spot on carbonation. Extremely smooth and drinkable, a little creamy on the pallet.
Overall this is another awesome brew from the folks at Kane. I am glad I finally got the chance to try this somewhat elusive stout after always running into just kicked kegs and changed taps. I have tried most of their offerings, and can't wait to try more as these guys really start to develop.
04-25-2012 19:50:06 | More by Chugs13
4/5 rDev -2.4%
Pours a bubbly black color, with a solid thick light brown head.
Aromas begin with coffee and a hint of dark liquorice. Chocolate emerges next, both milk and dark bitter baker's version.
The tastes begin big and bold with some coffee and dark chocolate. There is a nice sweet caramel and bready malt balance, with a toasty finish. Little to no hops are detectable which is different for many American stouts nowadays, but I really appreciate it because I dislike intense hops in dark beers.
The mouthfeel is medium to heavy bodied with medium carbonation. Nice mouthfeel for such a low ABV stout.
My second offering from Kane and both have been winners. Nothing too crazy amazing about this beer but it is super solid and plenty of flavor for a lower ABV stout. Looking forward to sampling more from this up-and-coming local brewery.
03-23-2012 13:49:01 | More by claspada
Port Omna from Kane Brewing Company
91 out of 100 based on 78 ratings.