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Dominus Vobiscum Hibernus - Microbrasserie Charlevoix

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BA SCORE
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112 Ratings
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Ratings: 112
Reviews: 61
rAvg: 4.08
pDev: 8.58%
Wants: 13
Gots: 23 | FT: 3
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Quebec, Canada

Style | ABV
Belgian Strong Dark Ale |  10.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

Notes & Commercial Description:
Beer added by: rodenbach99 on 12-30-2007

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Ratings: 112 | Reviews: 61
Photo of 86sportster883
4.5/5  rDev +10.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

I received a bottle of Hibernus from a colleague, and friend, that traveled to Quebec often. I laid it down for over a year waiting for a chance to share it with him. After he got hooked on a low carb diet I decided to pop this open on a cold February night in MD. I knew nothing about the beer prior to opening, but found it to be the perfect beer to, "comfort me from the wintery season."

Smell: When at the lower end of the recommended temp this beer has distinctively flowery, belgian yeast notes (but subtle) with a rich malt base that brings to mind a bowl of ripened mixed fruits (some dried appricot). As it warms, the richness become more and more pronounced, but not overdone.

Glass: I used a big ole brandy snifter and was glad I did. This beer deserved to be served in one of the better glasses I own.

Look: After a rigorous pour my glass wore a moderate-sized tan head and an enticing caramel brown bottom with red highlights. The head faded relatively quickly, leaving just thin cover resembling a pock-marked lunar landscape.

Mouthfeel: Evervescence adds a silky lightness to slickness underneath.

Taste: The big ripened fruit boldness that your other senses derive from this beer is somehow delicately balanced in the taste by carbonation and abv - but you'll have to use your sixth sense to peg this as a 10 percenter. I can't quite place the source of the beer's bittering counter balance prior to a quick drying out, leaving a hint of caramel that is eventually overcome by a lingering memory, of a granny smith apple.

Overall Impression: Outstanding. I have to deliberately pace myself as I find that I'm continuously drawn back to another sip. I lift the snifter, admire its seasonably fashionable contents, then give the glass a brief swearl to reset the landscape and release a fresh blast of an ever-growing likeness to fresh fruitcake. A moderate swig dispells any fear of cloying sweetness, and gets me thinking of traveling back to Canada. I've got to at least make it to Toronto for a festival this summer. Hmmm.

Food: I paired this with my some homemade chicken soup with a moderate dash of Cayene pepper to heat it up a little. The soup provided the additional liquid I needed to consume while I slowly sipped this beauty down. The added pepper seemed to stand up well, but not overpower, the beer. Also thought this might pair well with some venison jerky.

Photo of mick303
4.38/5  rDev +7.4%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Made it my number 900 rating and still alive. Held onto this treat (bott 2013/7/10) and broke it open a bit over a year later. Colour is quite a dark ruby brown caramel, thick caramel colour but not black. With a nice head and film of dark tan head. Retention and lacing are impressive.

A - slightly tart cherries, figs, plenty of yeasty esters, with some complex florals, lively aroma, some pleasant spiciness comes through, get some ginger maybe cinnamon, rich treacle character, toffee, a delicious spiced christmas cake character altogether.

T - similar with a really pleasant fruity character upfront. cherries, dark raisins and dates, then a little candied orange, rolling caramel notes with prunes and some tart apple, some light alcohol spice that is quite undetectable but adds a nice warmth and compliment. Yeasty complexity adds a pleasant compliment with some warm peppery and anise character from the spice. Finish has some toffee sweetness as the caramel dries out and leaves some drying dark fruits on the aftertaste. A really interesting arrangement of fruity, malty, yeast and spice characters, that work and balance out quite nicely.

M - certainly a sipper and after dinner warming beer for winter nights. A big body, but with enough carbonation to lift some of the heavy caramel malt and alcohol into a really lively and complex mouthfeel, also so soft and smooth especially as it develops on the palate. Dry (and crisp) finish but then an increasingly spicy aftertaste.

Very well executed. This is a very complete and satisfying beer, pleasant level of caramel malts, the light hop bitterness allows some of the spice and yeast to really add nice levels of depth. Taste has a really full fruity spice to it and a rich caramel baked character with a hint of baking spices that bring you to fruitcake around a fireplace. I enjoyed this, didn't have many faults by my view. Alcohol was really masked. Would recommend this, certainly will look for it in the future. Beautiful beer.
And on to the next 900!

Photo of spinrsx
3.92/5  rDev -3.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

750ml Bottle from Marche Omni QC for $15

Appearance – Brown colour with an above average size fizzy beige coloured head. There is an average amount of carbonation and there is some great lacing. The head lasted for 5 minutes before it was gone.

Smell – Malts, caramel, all spice, dark fruits

Taste & Mouth - There is an average amount of carbonation and I can taste malts, caramel/butterscotch, and all spice. There is also some dark fruits, anise, and some herbal notes.

Overall – Kind of a xmas pumpkin beer type of flavour going on here. Lots of flavour but not too sweet. The booze is extremely well hidden, it's almost hard to believe this is %10. As others have mentioned, a good beer to have with a meal.

Photo of FondueVoodoo
4.19/5  rDev +2.7%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Special thanks to richochet173 for providing us with the opportunity to taste this great brew.

Bottled 2013/07/10 @ 16:43

A: Clear rich cognac in colour toped with a tan head of 2 fingers, the ale pours out with a richness that suggests a strong solid flavour.

S: Sweet malts and honey mixed with Belgium yeasts with spices of all spice & cloves. Plump juicy raisins, with some notes mid way that smell like fresh red raspberry.
The sweet malts and fruits mingle and could pass for Banana Foster on the nose. It's notable that while the alcohol is 10%, there is no suggestion of alcohol ester

T: Sweet and malty up front with some honey notes with noticeable dark fruit notes of plump juicy raisons followed by overripe bananas. Hints of yeast and cloves in the background.

M: Medium bodied with light carbonation.

O: Another stellar beer from one of my favourite Quebec breweries, this Belgian strong will not disappoint. It offers traditional yet sophisticated flavours while completely masking the alcohol content. Definitely seek this out.

Photo of polloenfuego
4.48/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

From a 750 ml bottle to a snifter.

A: pours a deep dark brown with a foamy 2 finger off white head that breaks down quickly leaving a thin film.

S: wow. So much going on here. Sweet, dark fruits, prunes, bananas, cloves and other spices along with yeast.

T: again the sweet is there, the dark fruits and prunes are up front, with the spices and yeast taking up the finish. The finish has a very mild anise taste, which is quite pleasant.

M: medium carbonation and a medium body that makes this enjoyable.

O: okay, this has to be one of the best offerings from Charlevoix. It may be one of the better Quebec beers I've had. It is a great sipper that makes for an enjoyable evening. I would recommend it be enjoyed with a nice meal.

Photo of biegaman
4.38/5  rDev +7.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.5

Hibernus' fig coloured liquid is snowed-in beneath an avalanche of off-white powder - how appropriate for a winter seasonal. In all seriousness, the tint of its head does actually like dirty snow, the lacing of which turns the glass into a snow-globe, and the dark beer's tone is emblematic of those long December nights.

The aroma is sweet as jam and smacks of raspberry preserves and chocolate fondue. Belgian Strong Dark Ales tend to be yeast-powered and, while complex, very predictable; this bouquet, however, is unexpectedly rich malt-wise while still brimming with those spicy, savoury, fruity elements of the yeast. I wish I had seven nostrils with which to appreciate all of it.

To say that this drinks like plum pudding on steroids would be in a way accurate, but it would also downplay the beer's complexity and richness. It's distinctive enough that I don't feel it fair to liken it to anything else - beer, dessert, or otherwise. This flavour offers notes of raisin, dried cherries, chocolate-covered raspberries, dark caramel, and sticky toffee pudding and they're all doused in citrus zest, mace, clove and nutmeg.

Hibernus has a sweet port-like complex, citrus zest, and savoury spiciness that make it perfectly suited to the holiday season. It also has the substantial, hearty maltiness and warming effect (9.5%, though you'll never taste it) that drinking it all winter long is certainly appropriate too. Surprising for its strength, it is soft as a teddy-bear and approachable to everyone.

As far as winter seasonals go, Dominus Vobiscum Hibernus is the full package - and has the price tag to show for it. Despite its stellar reputation - and Microbrasserie Charlevoix's tremendous track record - I put off buying a second bottle until I could try things for myself - now I'm going back to buy up the whole store. The Quebecois know how to do winter right.

Photo of BGDrock
3.85/5  rDev -5.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3.75

Appearance: very dark brown with hint of ruby red; sizzling carbonation, but head burns out to a film in no time

Aroma: sweet figs, dates; touch of blackberry, cassis

Taste & Mouthfeel: very sweet, bordering on cloying; prunes, dates, vanilla, rum; a touch thin, needs better carbonation (have seen this happen a lot with Charlevoix beers, don't know if it's just an effect of how transported to LCBO); the flavour in general is great, but not terribly complex

Overall: more depth of flavour might show if there was even a little hit of hops in the finish, and certainly if there was steady carbonation; as it stands feels like the elements are there, but fall flat

Photo of peensteen
4.17/5  rDev +2.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Reddish brown colour, 2 fingers off white head, good lace on the glass. Smell is yeasty and spicy, anise and touches of cinnamon, dark breads, comes across like christmas cake, dark fruit, cherry. Taste is spicy up front with lots of dark bready malts, sugary dark fruits with a spicy-anise like finish. Medium carbonation, medium body. Nice stuff here quite complex with out going to hard on the spice, comes together really well and is quite the nice drink.

Photo of korguy123
4.13/5  rDev +1.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

Opaque, dark brown pour with ruby highlights. Two finger, light tan, creamy head. Lacing is good.

Cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, some candied sugar. Dark stone fruits, a touch of ginger, digestive cookies and a sweet malt backing. Alcohol is quite well hidden.

Dark stone fruits, cinnamon, cloves, strawberries, a metallic taste synonymous with these styles of beers for me. Raisins, cherries and a touch of alcohol in the finish.

Light body, very bubbly and effervescent.

Photo of AlexFields
3.03/5  rDev -25.7%
look: 4 | smell: 2.75 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.25 | overall: 3

Pours a thick dark brown with a large tan-brown head.

Smells floral and a little spicy, like holiday candy, maybe a little sweet. A little meh.

Tastes sweet, boozy, some spices again (cloves), some bright fruit maybe, or fruit cake. Pretty decent but not what I was expecting.

Mouthfeel is really nice and creamy, but also pretty boozy.

Pretty good beer, I don't care for the spice thing but the beer is nice otherwise.

6.2/10

Photo of brewandbbq
4.25/5  rDev +4.2%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

750ml bottle from 2007.

Pours dark mahogany with amber edging and an inch-plus head of bone. A thick skim coat and plenty of stringy lacing throughout the glass.

Aromatics lead off with sugar-dusted dates and raisins, licorice, and clove-studded apples. Hints of nutmeg, cardamon, and Coca Cola follow through.

Medium bodied with a creamy mouthfeel. A bit tacky.

Sweet malt, brown sugar, and spiced dark rum starts the palate. Star anise, cloves, and some throat warmth step forward.

Finishes with sweet malt and spicy rum.

Tasty BSDA, but after seven years the spice is still a bit heavy.

Photo of uno99
3.98/5  rDev -2.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Appearance: Looks fantastic in my Tripel Karmeliet glass. Head rises quickly atop the chestnut brown beer and leaves nice lacing after it settles down into a halo of off-white foam around the edges.

Smell: suggestions of spices (ginger, pepper...) oak, all shades of fruity esters (apricot, pear, plum), honey, maple. Even at close to fridge temp this tells a story.

Taste: a bit sweeter than the smell suggests. Honey and caramel up front. malt backbone is rich and soothing. Spices and hops gradually pick up during the finish.

Mouthfeel: Perfect medium bodied and medium carbonation for the style.

Overall: A decent beer in this competitive segment (in Quebec terms). Would drink again.

Photo of SebD
4.35/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Appearance: It has a nice dark reddish/brown color to it. It has a nice thick beige head that dies down slowly and leaves little lacing.

Smell: The aromas definitely give out hints of dark fruit (raisins, cherries), Belgian yeast, spices, some breadiness, caramelly malts and a touch of booziness.

Taste: Like the aromas, it has a nice dark fruit character, Belgian yeast, sweet caramel, brown sugar and the spices really come out here with some cloves and nutmeg.

Mouthfeel: It has a low carbonation with a very nice overall balance, feel and complexity.

Drinkability: It's a very smooth drinkable beer accompanied with great flavors and aromas. Considering keeping the other bottle for Christmas day. Great beer!

Photo of Rutager
4.15/5  rDev +1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Thanks Deadbolt82!!

Appearance. Pours a deep orange-brown with a massive, almost 5 fingers of billowy, pale orange/off-white head.

Smell. Fruity belgian yeast, light floral spices, and some sweet caramel malts.

Taste. Some really nice sweet caramel and brown sugar (not in a thick, sugary way though), some light fruits and a little complimenting spices - licorice root, ginger, maybe some allspice and rosemary. Interesting stuff and very nice.

Mouthfeel. Medium+ body with quite low carbonation. Just a little sticky, and I would prefer a little more carbonation.

Overall. The amount of all of the flavours going on really speaks to the brewer's skill and knowledge when using these (I'm asuming) interesting spices. Spices are so easily overdone. Everything is ballanced so nicely and it goes down easy considering the sweetness.

Photo of TheSevenDuffs
4.26/5  rDev +4.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to David for this bottle. Poured in to CBS Snifter.

A - Dark brown with a very slight bright amber glow around the edges of the glass, but otherwise opaque. One finger of light brown head.

S - Big Belgian yeast and clove aroma up front. Some roast, chocolate and spice are also present along with a lighter banana aroma.

T - Spice and roast up front. Raisins, chocolate, cloves, dark fruit enter in the middle. The finish has dark cherry and some tea-like flavours. Very complex with the various flavors well integrated and no one flavour dominating.

M - Medium body with a huge chew. Smooth and silky. Light carbonation.

Photo of duracell
4.45/5  rDev +9.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

A - Very dark copper color with bright red hues. Light brown rocky head with an excellent retention for the ABV and a nice lacing.

S - Very omplex smell, bready malt (a bit toasted), yeast, scpicies, nutty, some dark fruits and candy sugar. Very typical from trappists.

T - Lots of spicy notes coming from the alcohol. Good malt sweetness with some esters. Raw sugar is lingering next to alcohol and hop for a slight bitterness and some herbal notes.

M - Very smooth mouthfeel. Medium to full body.

O - Inscredible balance and perfectly to style. This beer has nothing on the greatest trappist names, just seek it out!

Photo of smakawhat
4/5  rDev -2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Poured from the bottle into my hotel glass, eh what can you do.

Great red ruby body with dark chestnut colors. A fair amount of cola like carbonation, with a minimal tan head. Manages to keep a nice puck and collar. Some nice ring like lacing here in my glass, I wish I had a tulip for this.

Nose brings faint quinine tonic, pie crust, cinnamon, and some sweet mild brown sugar.

Palate comes with a light body and full taste. Mild raisin and mellow brown sugar sense of malt. Prickly slight carbonation but not detracting. No heat or boozyness either.

Overall just a real solid brew from these guys.

Photo of jrenihan
4.42/5  rDev +8.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

2009 Vintage.

Beer is dark chestnut brown with a substantial light tan head. Lots of activity in the head. Head recedes relatively quickly and settles into a film, leaving a fair bit of lacing.

Smell is full of cherry, spices, raisin and nice, sweet malt scents. In addition to the cherry, I start to pick up some other berry scents. Belgian yeast as well. Very good.

Taste is lovely. Lots of cherry as well as some juicy raspberry, red grape, and raisin. The fruit flavours are mixed with spices and sweet malt. Alcohol is very well hidden. Great.

Fairly high carbonation level, a little too much. Full bodied, juicy.

Overall, another fantastic beer from Charlevoix. Definitely one of my favourite Canadian breweries. A really nice take on the BSDA. Not sure how it is fresh, but with 2+ years on it, this beer is drinking really nicely.

Photo of mikesgroove
4.47/5  rDev +9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

tan colored head reached skyward to a eight that easily surpassed the top of the glass. Good thing this pour was into a 24oz glass. Nice, opaque brown color was evident from the start with a rich looking hazelnut tone to it. The head finally calmed down after about twenty minutes but still dropped tons of foam and lace along the glass.

The aroma was very nice, a little bit ruddy at first. Hints of chcoalte and caramel, rich belgian spice and a wonderful bit of dark fruit all dancing around wonderfully inside of it. But it was once I took a sip that everything really came together for me. A wave of cascading brown sugar and tart apples just rolled across the tongue. Enormously rich and vigorous, this was just a wonderful thing to behold. Nice touches of chocolate and rich toffee like notes were all balanced well in advance of a lovely dark fruit tone that led the charge once the yeast kicked in. Nice notes of prunes and rasins, hints of plums and dark cherries were all very much evident in the profile. The carbonation was spot on, as the rich, velvet like bubbles converged on the tongue and added to the prickly pepper like spices that lasted long into the finish.

Photo of Jeffo
4.37/5  rDev +7.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4.5

Got this one from Freud in a trade over a year ago. Thanks again for the cool box of Quebec happiness man!

From a 750ml bottle into a wine glass.
Vintage: 2009
Tasted before Lupulus

APPEARANCE: Pours a one finger, medium looking, light tan head with great retention. A cloudy cedar brown or dark amber color with higher levels of carbonation. A good wisp remains until the end, but only touches of lacing down the glass. A pretty good looking beer.

SMELL: Toasted malts, spicy notes and red berries. White wine or rose notes with some hints of smoke in there as well. Very potent and interestingly different for a strong dark ale.

TASTE: Lightly toasted malt flavors with lots of berries and white wine as well. Raspberries and light spicy yeast notes. A big and lingering aftertaste of red berries, white wine or even champagne, and some smoked malt notes. Very bold flavors, and quite unique for sure.

PALATE: Medium body and medium carbonation. Semi-creamy on the palate, goes down smooth and finishes slightly dry.

OVERALL: This was one hell of a brew! It didn’t quite remind me of a Belgian strong dark ale from Belgium per se, as it was missing some of the patented dark fruit aromas and flavors that style is so well known for, but it was certainly a flavorful and enjoyable strong, yeasty ale. One of the better beers I had all summer. Thanks again Freud for including this one in our trade many moons ago. Cheers!

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4/5  rDev -2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

***2009 Vintage***

Poured from a 750ml. bottle (best before end of 2012) & shared with my wife.

Appearance: Thick tan foam fills the glass up to 4 fingers worth, easily coats the sides and there's a nice plum-red body.

Smell: Spicy, dark fruits and chai tea. Smells like winter.

Taste: Winter spices, plums and elderberries. Felt faded at first but definitely opened up as it warmed. Some spicy chai tea and some sweetness come out.

Mouthfeel: Very low carbonation, warming and fills the palate nicely.

Overall: I found it good and much better as it warmed. Though not my favorite, it grew on me.

Photo of womencantsail
4.15/5  rDev +1.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Thanks to Mike for sending this one my way.

A: Pours a dark amber color with a tall khaki head to go with it.

S: First thing I pick up is some tart cherry. There's a nice fruit character overall with some raisins and plums in there. A big yeastiness and a really green aroma. I seem to get some grass, rosemary, and anise.

T: A big red grape and fruit flavor provides a nice sweetness. There are some good dark sugar and malt flavors, too. Fairly herbaceous, but in a good way--not medicinal. A really nice spiciness that I didn't get on the nose. Lots of all-spice with a little bit of nutmeg and anise.

M: Medium in body with a fairly high level of carbonation.

O: Really complex beer with plenty of great flavors.

Photo of Otterburn
4.12/5  rDev +1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

2009 edition

poured into Blonde d'Achouffe glass.

result is a unfiltred brown brew with orange reflect in it. The head is beige,moka, dissapeared slowly.

The smell is the most interesting part of this beer. It is original, with cinammon, fruit confis, orange, malt. it is mellow and sweet and spicy. Very complexe and enjoyagble smell.

The taste is similar to the taste, not a big surprise tough. The sweet and fruity spicy comefirst. Then a second wave of taste come. It got edge with malt, hop and alcool presence.
So., 2 movements of flavors.

Mf: it is a full body of course, dense, and medium thick. carbonation is medium, theres a mdium after-taste fruity yeasty

Drinkability: its a good beer for beer lovers, because at around 15$ for 750ml, it is not your everyday beer. It is nice to try tough. i recommand it.

Photo of CliffBrake
4.27/5  rDev +4.7%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle says best before 2012, but I couldn't wait.

Pours a transluscent dark brown with a fine textured head, good retention and lacing. The aroma is full and complex. I mostly pick up raisins, anise and nutmeg.

Flavor is sweet malt and various spices. Mouthfeel is velvety smooth and surprisingly light for the style and alchohol content. I think a little hop bitterness or a little more body would balance things out a bit better.

As a northeaster is bearing down on us, and the lights are flickering, this is a good one to sip on.

Photo of Reinheitsgebot71
4.4/5  rDev +7.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Picked up in a bottle shop down the street of Dieu du Ciel. I dropped this one and cracked the cap slightly so unfortunately couldn't cellar it as long as I'd hoped to.

The beer pours with a huge tan head, very bubbly and foamy. A beautiful, clear dark cherry burgundy body lurks below this fuelling an excellent level of head retention, this leave a fine trail of lace on its slow decent.

What a nose on this one! Strong toffee and caramel notes flow out first followed by hints of coffee and very ripe banana. Smells of raisin pear and apple add some fruity finesse to the aroma. More robust aromas of burnt sugar and bitter chocolate make the bouquet even more appealing. Finally a boozy note of fermented dates rounds out this great nose.

Boozy notes of ice wine, rum chocolates, port and whiskey mix with spicy hints of nutmeg. Roasted chocolaty notes round out the massive middle, dark chocolate mousse and cocoa butter compliment the boozy qualities well adding to the warming effect of this high proof elixir.
The body is velvety smooth and mouth coating adding to the warming nature. A medium low level of carbonation helps this along.

A wonderful beer very complex and intriguing pity it's I wasn't able to save this for the harsher days to come. Highly recommended.

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Dominus Vobiscum Hibernus from Microbrasserie Charlevoix
91 out of 100 based on 112 ratings.