Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock - Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)
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Ratings: 2,466 | Reviews: 1,105 | Display Reviews Only:
3.75/5 rDev +3.3%
Served in a Beer Mug
A : Brown to black with an orange brown head. Two fingers but quickly dissipating
S : roasted chocolate malt and coco
T : Sweet malty, but bittering at finish
M : Smooth almost velvety
D : heavy flavor, and heavy aftertaste
Very unique beer, glad i tried it
03-24-2012 23:53:51 | More by Extrajoker00
3.15/5 rDev -13.2%
A: A very dark brown with a one finger head that disappears immediately.
S: Almost non-existent. There are very subtle notes of chocolate.
T: Chocolate malt but is very one dimensional. There is a subtle taste of brown sugar in the background. There is no caramel, hops, or special yeast character present.
M: Very watery and has poor carbonation.
O: Not that good of a beer. There is a large amount of improvement to be done.
03-24-2012 23:39:51 | More by jvillefan
3.55/5 rDev -2.2%
A: Dark brown with ruby highlights and a couple of millimeters of beige head that seeps away in seconds.
S: Deep malty chocolate. Dark and not especially sweet.
T: A two-note combo of chocolate syrup melds with toasty chocolate malts in a fine waltz, with a light hint of bread and molasses tugging at their skirts towards the end. Chocolate
really begins to dominate as it approaches room temp.
M: Smooth and viscous. Sort of a chocolate milk feel that coats the tongue and teeth. Just a little bit chalky. Bubbliness has a faintly harsh, soda-like quality to it.
O: More and more chocolate beers are being brewed these days. Sam's chocobock is still good, but the competition looks like it's going to be getting stiffer. Still wonderful to have on a cold winter night.
03-14-2012 20:05:43 | More by DirtyPenny
4/5 rDev +10.2%
A- pours a deep brown but not quite black, with a very good amount of head retention
S- smells like a beer with serious cocoa involved
T- This beer goes down smooth. From start to finish you can taste the chocolate.
M- Not to carbonated, very smooth and chocolatey from start to finish. Wonderful taste for the style.
O- Really liked this beer. Not big on this style but Sam Adams hit this one out of fenway park. I would love to drink this as a dessert after a good dinner. Well Done!
03-12-2012 05:12:35 | More by rdunigan
Samuel Adams Chocolate Bock from Boston Beer Company (Samuel Adams)
82 out of 100 based on 2,466 ratings.