Donnybrook Stout - Victory Brewing Company
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3.43/5 rDev -6.3%
Nitro pour at the Warwick. Big bonus points to this establishment for serving this in a matching Donnybrook nonic. The brew pours dark brown with a khaki, silky finger of topping. Some ruby coloring is seen around the edges. The typical nitro look here with a head that lasts until the last sip and produces a webby pattern of lace all over the glass.
The aromatics are quite phenolic almost like burning plastic at first. As it settles, pete smoked malts emerge along with a faint roasty aspect. Some suggestions of coffee and plenty of earthy tones fill out the void. Overall, despite having that pete quality, it is a mild smelling brew.
The flavor has a minor smoked aspect like pete mixed with a mineral element almost like chlorine. A little bit of herbal hops character and hardly any roasted maltiness to be found which is a bit of a let down. However, overall it fits the style in that it is very mild flavored.
This is a super light bodied brew with a modest amount of that silky smooth nitro feel. But this is very watery in the feel even by irish stout standards. It is lacking quite a bit in body and character but was a pleasant unique offering that I would probably have again.
02-22-2013 15:48:02 | More by stakem
3.38/5 rDev -7.7%
A-dark brown with a creamy light tan tap.
S-smells like black coffee with some creamy chocolate. Great strong scent.
T-comes in with a really mellow taste of black coffee and some chocolate: it's a bit watery but it's an awesome taste. Somewhat faint though.
M-light carbonation. More watery than creamy.
O-a very nice easy drinking beer. Very watery. Sadly not better than Gunniess. Not bad though.
12-27-2012 16:56:22 | More by AdamBear
Donnybrook Stout from Victory Brewing Company
83 out of 100 based on 412 ratings.