Zombie - Tired Hands Brewing Company
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Ratings: 39 | Reviews: 9 | Display Reviews Only:
4.6/5 rDev +9.3%
Growler from Retai1LO, thanks Hayden!
A- Pours a very dark browna with a 1/4" dark tan head that leaves great lacing. It sits pitch black in the glass
S- Big piney hops and tons of dark roasty malts, looks amazing!
T- MMmmm just like the nose. Pine from the hops in front and roasty malts with some coffee coming through in the finish. Top notch!
M- Nice and smooth with carbonation getting through at the end
O- Best black ale I've ever had. Beats out Wookey Jack by a nose. Delectable
11-06-2012 01:48:36 | More by pschul4
3.9/5 rDev -7.4%
Again, thanks to Pnell316 for sending this one out to me. A real treat to get to try two beers from one of the hottest breweries out there when they don't bottle and are 2000 miles away. Poured very dark black but some light gets through when it is thin. Nice lacing. Head was pretty thin but a nice light mocha color. Aroma is of sweet hops, freshness, and vegetal earthiness. Flavor is pretty similar. Really just what you would expect in a double black IPA. Lots of sweet hops and that roasted malt. Mouth is a little light on carbonation and a medium to plus body.
Overall a really well done beer. Not trying too hard, but as there are not a whole lot of double black IPAs out there, you just want to make a good beer and that is what they have done.
11-05-2012 00:36:24 | More by RuckusDu
3.85/5 rDev -8.6%
First had: on tap at the brewpub
Dark black pour, seemingly opaque, with a creamy tan head that lasted forever and left nice lacing on the glass. Nose was dominated by resinous hops, lesser notes of slightly roasty malts came out as the beer approached room temperature, but definitely much less than an average CDA. The taste mirrored the aroma pretty much, piney hops playing the major role, lesser notes of citrus pith, mellow-enough roasty malts, with a nice balance of local honey, the sweetness of which took the edge off a bit, making the malts meld better with the hops, giving this a pretty smooth mouthfeel. On the fuller side of medium-bodied, and surprisingly not too boozy for an 11% brew.
11-01-2012 04:32:04 | More by Rifugium
4.4/5 rDev +4.5%
On Tap at The Brew Cafe in Ardmore, PA.
A- ZOMBIE was split between black liquid and a frothy dark tan foam that was veering towards brown, each taking up about half of the glass. It took over five minutes for the head to die down before becoming a nice sturdy cap. The liquid is black except with light some brownish spots pop up around the edges, good lacing.
S- Very hoppy, almost reminded me of a Storm King nose when cold. Big pine and citrus. Maltier as it warms with roasted malt and some minimal coffee. Some dark fruit appeal as it warms even more. This has the nose of a black IPA and the hops beat out the malt for once, nice. A whole lot of grapefruit.
T- And as expected the hops come forth strong and piney. Getting some citrus grapefruit as well. A bit too hoppy so with some time I let the malts come up more which made for a better balance. The malts give off some fruit such as plum with some roast and sweet candy on the low side. The coffee i was getting actually is more of a burnt roast. This is a strong ale though with hops ruling and a dash of honey.
M- Bitter, bordering on being muy bitter but this strong black ale is built with a nice malt base. This provides for an easier and smoother drink when it warms. This is not a hot beer but it is a strong beer with legs. A thick body with perfect carbonation.
D- A bit off putting at first and then I remind myself i am drinking a small batch double black ale so the hops dont bother me as much now. I could not finish a lot of ZOMBIE since the ALC is mad high, but this is a tasty beverage with some Ummpphhh.
10-27-2012 16:45:15 | More by BARFLYB
4.08/5 rDev -3.1%
This poured as a deep rich black color with a light brown head on top. Very nice looking beer. The head retention is good and the lacin is very sticky. The smell of the beer is loaded with hops and roasted malts. The taste has a hefty amount of hoppy flavors with some chocolate in there as well. I wasn't able to pickup much of the honey. The mouthfeel was thicker, smooth and oily. Lightly carbonated and drinkable but still a sipper. Overall this beer was quite good and glad I took the trip to get some.
10-21-2012 01:27:05 | More by Knapp85
Zombie from Tired Hands Brewing Company
92 out of 100 based on 39 ratings.