New Holland Black Hatter - New Holland Brewing Company
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4.68/5 rDev +26.1%
Good carbonation level. Intense citrus hop aroma is very inviting and leaves me wanting for more. Intense hop taste and mild carbonation tickles the tongue fading into dark malt flavor. Not a ton of roasted malt flavor, but enough for me. Viscous mouthfeel. Excellent!
06-17-2013 00:33:54 | More by Franziskaner
4.45/5 rDev +19.9%
On tap at Uptown Grille Commerce MI
A_Dark brown with ruby red highlights. Thick khaki colored head. Lots of lacing.
S_ Hops,roasted malt,chocolate.
T_Dark fruits,roast barley,hops,hint of coffee and vanilla.Chocolate. Very nice.
M_A little thin but very smooth and very creamy.
D_Very very drinkable.
08-12-2010 16:15:29 | More by nickadams2
4.33/5 rDev +16.7%
Pours a deep, deep brown black with ruby high lights around the edges. A tall tan head sits on top leaving lots of sticky lacing.
Its dry hopped so along with a nice roasted malt bill we have some pungent oily hops with a citrust scent. Taste finds a good roasted malt bill and some light hops citrusy as in the nose but more complimentory to rhe malts. Drinks well.
Smooth tasting but a little flat also. Finishes semi dry and semi bitter. A solid offering from the boys at New Holland.
08-25-2012 10:21:13 | More by micromaniac129
4.3/5 rDev +15.9%
Had this charm on tap at reverend's and i must say besides the imperial hatter this is probably the best of the series. A very malty BLACK hatter. A truly rare beer that should probably be bottled sometime. Not very hoppy but still a verry good brew.
06-25-2010 19:07:34 | More by beerhan
4.28/5 rDev +15.4%
2011 Vintage, first bottled version, I think. Remember having this in the brewpub two years ago. Glad it's bottled now.
Poured into my New Holland Pint glass. Pours a clear deep garnet with a sandy tan colored, rocky head. Head stands up pretty well, leaving some lacing.
Aromas of grassy, citrusy, hops, with a hint of roasted malt and dark coffee.
Flavors of lightly roasted malt, dark coffee, citrus and piny hop bitterness. Finish is medium, with a nice citrus peel bitterness.
Mouthfeel is medium, with a nice mouthcoating bitterness.
Overall, a very nice, balanced, ABA. Not too roasty. Roast malt and hop bitterness pair nicely.
07-02-2011 04:03:27 | More by JamnesCameron
New Holland Black Hatter from New Holland Brewing Company
84 out of 100 based on 307 ratings.