Toasted Coconut Ale (The Chosen One) - 903 Brewers
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Ratings: 14 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
1.2/5 rDev -62.4%
Aroma - highly chlorophenolic with hints caramelized sugar.
Appearance - average clarity, small ring of krausen around the circumference of the glass, beer arrived to table with no head except for ring. Light amber in color.
Flavor - highly chlorophenolic, malt character is absent, some sweetness in the finish - as if unbalanced by hops, but not sweet enough to cover up the chlorophenolics.
Mouthfeel - too thin even for an American Blonde Ale. Under-carbonated.
Overall - very few beers I will push back, and I pushed this one back. I grew up in the town this beer was brewed in, and I find it to be an embarrassment to Sherman, Texas.
08-24-2013 01:24:46 | More by jdub76
3.73/5 rDev +16.9%
A Color was a burnt amber, minimum head but nice lace.
S sweet coconut maltyness.
T coconut caramel sweet goodness.
M very nice carbonation and mouthfeel is very drinkable.
O very awesome offering from sherman, had on tap in a shaker pint (boo) at Cellermans.
08-17-2013 23:14:43 | More by tubeyes
4.03/5 rDev +26.3%
Clear amber orange in color. Minimal head when it arrived at our table. Toasted coconut aromas dominate. The taste is the same. Very fresh coconut flavor is immediate. There's a good malt profile as well throughout; minimal hops. This brew has the frestest coconut flavors I've had yet in a beer. Light body with minimal carbonation. Would have liked a bit of a more robust body and carbonation.
My first 903 beer and my wifes new favorite beer. I'm looking forward to trying their other offerings after a solid initial offering.
05-02-2014 23:42:04 | More by J_Dub
4.26/5 rDev +33.5%
A: Murky golden caramel color. Small amount of off white head with sticky lacing.
S: Big hit of sweet coconut. Biscuity malt smell.
T: Coconut! Sweet bready malt backbone, subdued floral hops fighting for recognition in the background.
F: Smooth carbonation. Perhaps a little too light for the flavor.
O: Very nice! Not sure I would want to have 2 back to back without a change of pace beer between to give me a break from the sweet bready coconut, but a really unique treat from Texoma's new(only?) craft brewery.
06-17-2013 21:41:40 | More by deadliest
Toasted Coconut Ale (The Chosen One) from 903 Brewers
78 out of 100 based on 14 ratings.