Cooter Brown - Jekyll Brewing
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4.03/5 rDev +2.8%
16 ounce pint - $6.00 at Hop Alley in Alpharetta, Georgia.
Appearance: Displays a dark brown body, though there're some amber-gold hints at the edges. Foamy, faintly beige head.
Smell: Heavily toasted bread, there's a thin edge of coffee roastiness. Minor cocoa powder, faint caramel. Lightly fruity, low herbaceous hop notes.
Taste: Falls in the middle ground between toasty and roasty, with inclusions of lightly sweet chocolate and caramel. Soft fruitiness, a little raisin and cooked apple. Light herbal hops with sufficient bitterness to balance. Drying, toasty (oh, but still a bit roasty) on the finish.
Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied. Medium carbonation.
Overall: Solid, likable brown ale.
12-22-2013 02:40:58 | More by ChainGangGuy
3.76/5 rDev -4.1%
Appearance - deep copper brown hues bordering on dark brown in low light, 1 finger of creamed coffee colored head
Aroma - light caramel, some toasted grain, black malt character
Taste - bready, toasty, mild caramel with smoothe roasted character. Low hop flavor that is grassy and mildly spicy, black malt character in the finish with notes of coffee. Dry finish with lingering black malt roastiness
Mouthfeel - low but sifficient carbonation, smooth mouth coating medium-full body, finishes with slight silky noir coating linger
Overall - very good, very drinkable beer, the black malt like character makes it seem a little more like a robust porter but very good brown ale for drinkers seeking roastiness
11-17-2013 18:36:14 | More by TheBarnBrewer
4.06/5 rDev +3.6%
32 oz - counter pressure filled growler - poured into a BHB snifter.
A - Deep brown with salted peanut hues. Thin beige head with OK lacing.
S - Fresh coffee, roasted peanuts and light chocolate notes. Light grassy hop notes. Really smells amazing.
T - Slight burnt toast, hints of your typical dark malt flavor profiles like chocolate and toffee in there with a moderate hop bitterness.
M - Light and drying finish that makes this a super drinkable beer. I made the mistake of saying that Cooter is poundable -- free joke for everyone out there in BA land.
O - An solid, drinkable brown ale. Would recommend.
09-09-2013 03:32:02 | More by Zach136
Cooter Brown from Jekyll Brewing
87 out of 100 based on 34 ratings.