Jones Dog - Pipeworks Brewing Company
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4.1/5 rDev +7%
Poured from bomber into Jester King pint.
A- vigorous pour, black at bottom with 3/4 of glass fills with a cola colored head that rises to leave about 1/2 of a glass of beer. Some blotches of lacing.
S- sweet roasted malts and bitter chocolate.
T- roasted malts, some sweetness and nice chocolate finish. Has just a slight bitterness at the finish.
M- light body, medium carbonation. Slightly thin but not different per the style.
O- not a huge milk stout fan, but is a very easy drinking enjoyable beer.
04-06-2012 01:08:07 | More by kawilliams81
4.1/5 rDev +7%
Pours dark black and thick with some sediment. 1.5 finger tan head that dissipates pretty quickly
Smell has notes of slight roasted malt and a slight vanilla presence over a dark chocolate backbone.
Roasted malt comes out more in the taste and has a mild char flavor. Lactose sugar gives this a mild rich feel with chocolate coming in last after the swallow.
Mouthfeel is thick, creamy and has mild carbonation.
08-20-2013 00:47:19 | More by Fcolle2
4.01/5 rDev +4.7%
In honor of chocolate labs everywhere Jones Dog is the poster child for Pipework's chocolate stout to do the awesome breed justice.
Jones Dog Milk Stout pours a dark, very dark brown- but not completely black. Its edges show tawny brown low-lights but through its center, it appears like ink. Upon that ominous body, a delicate and creamy gives appearances of as much espresso as of ale. With low-lying retention and spotty lace at best, its quite apparent that the oils of cocoa have gotten to its foam.
Doubting that even just poured a beer, the decadent scent of chocolate is overwhelming. Hershey would be proud as the aromas are spot on milk chocolate. But as the beer warms, here comes a tinge of alcohol, and vanilla, and heavy whipping cream, and burnt toffee, and nuttiness. Huh, I guess there's a beer in here after all.
With all that sultry sweetness coating the mouth, its taste of milkshake and mocha seduces each and every taste bud. Bittersweet chocolate, and not so bitter chocolate gives the taste a silky milk chocolate flavor that's backed by dark roast coffee, roasted walnuts, toffee and toast. Its roasted elements are softened completely by the taste of heavy whipping cream and vanilla before the sharpness of cocoa powder and espresso finish things off.
Its full body is velvety and sinfully smooth. As the ales silky weight glides over the palate, its like a little massage to the soft tissues of the mouth. The ale simply does not waiver as it finishes as lush as it starts, trailing with coffee and chocolate, despite its hidden alcohol warmth.
The beer is simply lavish with chocolate flavor and all things that support chocolate. Sure, the balance is completely thrown off, but is thrown off in the most wonderful of ways!
02-20-2014 18:54:55 | More by BEERchitect
4/5 rDev +4.4%
Pours blackish brown, looks black in the tulip glass. Surface foam is a creamy textured caramel color, swirling and eventually fading into a veil on the surface. Spotty lacing hangs in the glass after each sip, slowly returning into the liquid.
Aromas of dark chocolate, mild coffee, malted milk balls, dulce de leche sweetness. Light and pleasant.
Medium bodied and lightly carbonated, it has a supple creamy feel, with nice chocolate and cream flavors that linger into the aftertaste. Light banana yeast esters, vague bitterness in the background at first, aftertaste of light roastiness. Overall a tasty Milk Stout, seemingly with more body and cacao sweetness than End Of Days.
04-05-2012 23:41:55 | More by emerge077
Jones Dog from Pipeworks Brewing Company
86 out of 100 based on 120 ratings.