Remy - Taps Fish House & Brewery
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Ratings: 83 | Reviews: 20 | Display Reviews Only:
4.63/5 rDev +7.4%
*This was the 2012 release that was aged in Heaven Hill barrels, not the 2013 release that was actually aged in Rittenhouse Rye barrels*
12 oz. bottle poured into a mini snifter
A - Nearly pitch black with only a small amount of tan head
S - A little bit of booze with lots of burnt malt and dark chocolate aromas
T - More booze, but extremely smooth after two years in the bottle. Hints of bourbon and vanilla. A strong cocoa flavor that is reminiscent of baker's chocolate. The perfect amount of sweetness balanced by the bitter chocolate notes
M - Great amount of body for the style. Pretty chewy with little carbonation
O - Wow, this was one tasty beer. One of the best BA stouts we have had. It was really smooth and extremely flavorful without being too sweet or boozy. Great job, Victor! A huge thanks to Joel for sharing this one.
06-21-2014 16:19:54 | More by wolf_switzer
4.38/5 rDev +1.6%
doing a side by side with Pappy Remy and Remy(2013)!
poured into TG snifter.
Appearance: black bodied beer with thick cap of tan head. looks identical to pappy remy. booze legs and minimal staining.
Smell: slight roast and nutty notes. milk chocolates, brown sugar and tobacco. hint of black licorice and slight oxidation.
Taste: sweet tobacco and dry cocoa with milk chocolate for good measure. brown sugar and caramel. hint of black licorice. vanilla and bourbon are mellow.
Mouthfeel: medium bodied beer with almost moderate carbonation levels. this has a better feel that Pappy Remy. Maybe a little bit more carbonation made this feel thicker than pappy remy. not a boozey as pappy remy either.
Overall: Remy is still a really nice BA stout. those heaven hills barrels are always a great choice for barrel aging; they are a staple of barrel aging.
06-16-2014 03:55:05 | More by 4DAloveofSTOUT
4.06/5 rDev -5.8%
Poured from a 12 oz glass. acquired in a trade
A- Pours a deep brown, slightly opaque body with a small off white head that reduces to a thin layer of foam.
S- Sharp whiskey, french vanilla, caramel, some booze and a plastic-like smell.
T- Lots of milk chocolate, vanilla, caramel-raisin, whiskey, coffee-char aftertaste.
M- Medium-heavy mouthfeel, low carbonation
A solid barrel aged stout. Very well done.
04-09-2014 03:00:57 | More by gcamparone
Remy from Taps Fish House & Brewery
94 out of 100 based on 83 ratings.