Mokah - Southern Tier Brewing Company

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Reviews: 714
Hads: 2,154
rAvg: 4.15
pDev: 10.12%
Wants: 221
Gots: 450 | FT: 10
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New York, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  10.00% ABV

Availability: Rotating

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Beer added by: DrinkinBuddy on 04-20-2009

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Photo of claspada
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Pours very dark, like black coffee but thicker and more syrupy. Brown head and dissipated quickly, but at first it was fairly very dense.

Aromas are extreme chocolate, almost like I can smell various brands/types as well; high quality cocoa too, not average run of the mill stuff. This beer has a real quality and complexity to it. Dark and roasty, some alcohol. The coffee/java flavors come secondary, which is not to say they're hidden, by any stretch, merely playing the role of harmony to the chocolate's melody.

Tastes are a harmonious rich synergy of several chocolate and coffee flavors. The chocolate is still in charge here, but the balance is closer. Probably because this is when you start to notice the acidity from the coffee. Neither it nor the 11% ABV comes close to distracting you from the primary flavors though. There's plenty of sweetness yet enough bitterness from either the coffee or hops to balance it out once again.

Mouthfeel is creamy, strupy and chewy all at once. Kinda overpowers your tastebuds like any Imperial hopped up IPA but in a different manner obviously.

This is definitely a sipper and aimed squarely as a complement to dessert or as dessert itself. ABV is never a detriment; which is why beers like this are dangerous for me. (1,270 characters)

Photo of WanderingFool
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Mokah pours flat black with ruby highlights around the edges. On top a small fizzy tan head forms. The foam disappears quickly leaving only a few spots of lace on the glass.

The aroma is sweet with notes of chocolate, dark fruit and alcohol. The chocolate reminds me of Hershey syrup.

Each sip of this medium to full bodied beer is syrupy, with a moderate carbonated fizz. The flavor is sweet and full of chocolate. Other flavors of nuts, dark fruit, grass and alcohol are also present. It finishes mildly bitter with lingering chocolate and alcohol when gone.

A very sweet and chocolaty beer with a warming alcohol kick. (624 characters)

Photo of BARFLYB
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22oz fresh bottle pored into large snifters, split with oglmcdgl cause there is no way I could finish this whole bottle.

A- Pitch black like a cold night and with a moderate pour a faint dark tan head popped up with some bubbles within. The tan head faded before my glass was handed to me leaving just a sea of blackness. It took a very hard swirl to bring it back momentarily. Not much lacing just a scattered line here and there.

S- Well this really smells like choklat if you ask me but there is a very faint scent of coffee is in there but it isnt that pleasant smelling, almost generic. Overall I will give this one a pass on smell because I am a lover of choklat and this is not far off. Big huge amounts of dark malts are within the smell as well. Getting some tootsie roll as well and some mild roast.

T- Okay, a little more of the javah does come out in the taste and does make this pleasant, but in no way do I think this is a 50/50 split between the two styles, as the Choklat reigns supreme. Any hops that were used in the brewing process had no chance of making a dent in the taste, in this case they kind of support the overly sweet taste. Big focus on the malts in the taste as well.

M- Thick and sweet. Mokah has the same feel as choklat and many others in the blackwater series, although I have not had Javah by itself though. This one is very sweet and not for the faint at heart. Not bitter in any way, in fact i will venture to say no bitterness just candy like sweetness.

D- As I get older, I find myself to drink less and less in the blackwater series because it's just too much. I love Southern tier's desert beers, but only in about 5oz samples in a sitting. As for Mokah, it's a great beer but in the future i'll just pick between the two base beers and share amongst friends. (1,807 characters)

Photo of BarrelO
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

22oz bomber poured into a goblet.

A: Dark dark brown, not quite black. Anemic head quickly fades. No lacing to speak of.

S: Like chocolate. Specifically, like Choklat. Other reviews that have likened it to Tootsie Rolls are spot-on. I can't really pick out any coffee.

T: Pretty much all chocolate. Just the faintest hints of coffee in the background. Warming alcohol burn. It kind of dries out the mouth, but I'm not sure if that's from the alcohol or the coffee.

M: Much thinner than I expected it to be. No carbonation.

D: As far as I can tell, this is pretty much indistinguishable from Choklat. And the parts that are different are worse. I don't really see the point of this. (686 characters)

Photo of djmichaelk
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 2.5

22oz bottle bought on vacation, poured into a lowball glass.

A - Lighter than I would've thought, black coffee with some light around the edges. Maybe a finger of head, which took a while to recede. Nice lacing, which saves this part of the rating.

S - Interesting. Roasty, but with the sweetness from the chocolate in the foreground. Not much coffee in the aroma. Very dark in the beginning but finishing very light and sweet.

T - Very nice. Similar to the aroma; lots of roasted malt and coffee, and a sweetness that follows through the finish. Wasn't sure at first but over time I came to really like it. Mokah may be a little misleading, since it doesn't taste much like any mocha I've ever had, but it certainly represents the components pretty well. Not too boozy, although it makes itself known.

M - Thinner than I expected, although still full-bodied. Good carbonation, dry finish.

D - The alcohol, while well-hidden, definitely takes its toll over the course of a bomber, as does the sweetness. Not sure I could open another.

O - This is definitely a nice sipping beer for the morning, although you may need a nap after finishing it. (1,150 characters)

Photo of Bone53
3.82/5  rDev -8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

On tap @ Blue Dust

Appearance: Seems to be black with a light brown head

Smell: Chocolate, coffee, cream

Taste: A ton of chocolate upfront with an espresso finish. Undertone of hops throughout

Mouthfeel: Great body for 10%; Smooth with moderate carbonation throughout. Carbonation is spot on

Overall: I was surprised how much chocolate presence was in here. It overshadows the coffee in my opinion. After all it is called mokah right? The chocolate also seems slightly artificial. I think this is a slightly better than average imperial coffee stout. I can see how people really like it, just not exactly what i go for (624 characters)

Photo of zoso1967
3.81/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Mokah pours a deep dark blackish brown that appears quite opaque, but shows some orange highlights around the edges.. The head is wonderfully fluffy and mocha colored with excellent retention and decent lacing abilities. This is a very attractive brew.

The aroma is just what I had expected and yet at the same time not. It is predominantly chocolate and coffee, with the chocolate really ruling the roost. It is a chalky bakers type chocolate aroma crossed with chocolate milk that reminds me a lot of Choklat. The coffee aromas seem nice and roasty.

The flavor mimics the aroma quite well, though the coffee comes through very nicely on the back end of the flavor with its sharp roasty qualities. The flavors are intense and true, but chocolate and coffee are pretty much all I get. I pick up a bit of vanilla and some caramel as it warms, but they are way in the background.

The mouthfeel is on the fuller side of medium with a smoothness that is broken up by some lively bubbles. The finish is sweet, but tempered by the bitter chocolate and coffee flavors.

This is another flavorful beer from the blackwater series. It is quite tasty, but just like all the others it is a bit over the top. I must say though, I think I would have enjoyed it a bit more if it had more coffee in the aroma. (1,296 characters)

Photo of keaston
3.81/5  rDev -8.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Visited the brewery less than a week after this was released, picked up a bomber for $4.

A - Jet black with a creamy tan head. Head fades to a quarter-finger and sticks around. An impressive looking stout.

S - Hershey's chocolate syrup in the nose. Not as intense as their Choklat, but still overpowering. I find the smell too cloying and easily the weakest aspect of this beer.

T/M - Same intense chocolate as Choklat, but quickly gives way to more complex and less cloying taste. Sweet fades to a not-quite-bitter coffee flavor. There is very little roasted flavor typically associated with stouts. Coffee and an interesting prickly spiciness on the palate. Coffee flavor becomes more prevalent as the beer warms. Mouthfeel is very good. Rich and full with perfectly attenuated carbonation. 11% ABV is nowhere to be found.

D - Definitely above-average drinkability for an Imperial stout. Flavors are not overly rich, but rather brisk and bracing. The chocolate in the beginning is rich but quickly fades and is not overbearing. The alcohol is masterfully hidden and I had to remind myself that this is an 11% brew.

While not something I will be guzzling in the summer months, I will definitely pick up some more of this for when it gets cold. Between this brew and their barleywine, Southern Tier has persuaded me to try every one of their offerings. Everything I've tried from them has been well-crafted and is of high quality, and this beer is no exception (1,466 characters)

Photo of Docer
3.8/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Got this bottle in a trade some time back... been cellaring it for about 5-6 months I think...

- Dark stout... looks like the Creme Brulee.... dark cola, can't see through it... bubbly mocha head upfront.. but a small ring sitting still.

- Nice sweet chocolate scent.. light bittering.... like a German chocolate cake... little whipped mouse.. cream..

- Sweet chocolate cream... and warming alcohol.. certainly not quite like the hot out of the oven brownies like the chocolate.. but a nice more mild blend of that... with a touch of light roasted coffee.... now i need to try the Jahva....

- Dry and bitter, but yet sticky sweet... overall not bad.

- Certainly another desert beer from Southern Tier.... and easy to drink. I am wishing I had aged this one even another year or two... (789 characters)

Photo of brdc
3.8/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Large capped bottle, poured into a very large snifter.

Very dark, but not quite black, with a rich coffee colored head that holds well, and produces nice lacing.
It should be mentioned right off the bat this is not your typical stout, but rather a "dessert stout", much more than Rogue Chocolate Stout, for example.
Sweetish, and quite so, but not nearly as sweet as creme brulee. Chocolate and caramel, as well as coffee on the nose suggest what is coming.
Cocoa, sweet chocolate, sweetened coffee, caramel, vanilla, and cream.
Medium bodied, it is one good dessert beer, I think, although it took a while to get over the susprise there was no bitterness to be mentioned.
Have to try this one more time to make up my mind, but plan to share the bottle among four people - in my case, a large chunk ended being wasted (divided in two). (841 characters)

Photo of silentjay
3.8/5  rDev -8.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

pours into a tulip with a generous light-khaki head that retains and laces well (though a bit lighter than I imagined) on top of a brown-tinted black liquid thats not quite as viscous as I would like, though its still an attractive pour.

aroma is predominately sweetened chocolate. a bit of espresso as well. chocolate covered espresso beans! very little beery aromas, unfortunately. some caramel, vanilla, and hot cocoa.

taste follows as the "easter bunny" chocolate is first to take hold of the palate. Not the drying baker's chocolate as is found in many stouts, but rather the sweetened candy chocolate. coffee takes a back seat, but is there. Beer flavors are pushed to the background, but are of roasty dark malts. a bit of booze warms the aftertaste which hints at a bit of hops as well. Very tasty dessert beer, but would like a bit more beer flavors.

medium-heavy bodied with plenty of carbonation and some "corn syrup" stickiness on the swallow.

Drinks rather well. Very sweet, and almost over-the-top flavoring may not be for some, but would do well for many people who claim to not like beer. Perfect dessert beer that packs a bit of booze in strength and flavor that detracts slightly from its drinkability. (1,224 characters)

Photo of busterwhite
3.79/5  rDev -8.7%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Poured into pint glass

Dark brown almost black in color, no head at all.

Big chocolate smell, hint of coffee.

Like the smell a big rush of dark chocolate with a touch of coffee flavor followed by a bit of an alcohol taste. Lingering sweetness stays in the mouth.

Light carbonation, rich and thick.

Definitely lives up to the Mokah name, a little too sweet and chocolaty for me. (382 characters)

Photo of Ambiorix
3.78/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Black pour, with a tan-colored, fast-fading head. Little to no lacing.

S: Cocoa powder, coffee, bready yeast. Not very roasty. Little to no alcohol notes. No hops. Very chocolate.

T: Flavor is layered with cocoa, baker's chocolate, coffe, and alcohol all coming through up front. Finish is slightly bitter, but there is no hop aroma or flavor.

M: Medium mouthfeel, slightly oily.

D: Too much chocolate, not enough stout. Not very well balanced. It was good, but I won't place it on my list of things I must try again. (524 characters)

Photo of flagmantho
3.78/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured from 22oz bomber into a tulip.

Appearance: completely black, even when held up to the light. Head pours two fingers of creamy tan foam. Head retention is good with quite a nice lace as well. Shazam!

Smell: rich chocolatey aroma, very much like the Choklat. A light hint of vegetal hops appears at the end. Overall, quite nice for a big ol' chocolate stout.

Taste: big flavor with chocolate at the beginning, followed by a big roastiness and more of those vegetal hops. The hops and roasted malts combine to create a kind of unappealing je ne sais quoi ... overall, not bad, but I'm not a huge fan.

Mouthfeel: big body with a good carbonation and an amazing silky creaminess. These Black Water series beers do have their textures nailed down, yes they do.

Overall: the flavor sort of gets me here. I love the chocolate, and the roastiness is nice, but the interplay with the vegetal hops doesn't work great. The coffee advertised in the bottle doesn't make much of an impression at all. (997 characters)

Photo of maltyb
3.78/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Poured from a 650 mL bottle into a Leffe chalice, tried to let it warm up a little bit before drinking.

Produced a nice solid brown head that dissipated fairly quickly, leaving lace that lasted for a good while before being left with a ring of foam around the glass.

Color is as close to black as possible, no light gets through this, very dark brown.

Aroma is initially of chocolate, which becomes more pronounced as it warms. At one point the smell is reminiscent of Nesquik powder, and eventually some coffee/espresso aroma comes through.

Taste is definitely chocolate based in the front, malty and sweet. Before this warmed up it was nearly cloying. The espresso really comes through more in the taste than in the smell of this brew, and provides the main bitterness. Some noticeable warmth on the finish, as expected at 11.2%. As the carbonation dissipates and it warms, the flavors blend together more smoothly. I do wish it had a bit more hop contribution to help pull the finish together.

The head is creamy initially before giving way to a thick rich feeling beer.

Overall, definitely an enjoyable beer that should be tried at least once. Chocolate on the forefront and a coffee/espresso finish leave it spot on for what its advertised as. (1,256 characters)

Photo of skrib09
3.78/5  rDev -8.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

poured a rich dark brown, very dark, almost black. thick dark tan head formed.

smell is a sweet chocolate with hints of coffee. malt notes come through and pair with the chocolate well.

taste is chocolate and coffee bomb. the alcohol comes through along with some bread flavors as well.

mouthfeel is smooth and creamy. the flavors of the chocolate pair with the feel to make it creamy.

good drinkability, even for an imperial stout. (436 characters)

Photo of donkeyrunner
3.77/5  rDev -9.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

As I'm pretty sure Southern Tier is the master of dessert beer I'm stoked to try another of the Blackwater series.

Opaque black with a large beige head. Thick, horseshoe retention lasts about half the glass but put up some lacey splashes while it lasted.

True to it's name, Mokah does smell like mocha, perhaps with an emphasis on the chocolate. Sugary coffee aroma more akin to coffee ice cream. Booze all over.

Taste comes packaged in a hot alcoholic wave. Coffee ice cream and dark chocolate with a lean towards the coffee end of mocha. A neutral hop presence helps to push the flavors forward and enrich body.

It's good underneath the alcoholic heat so why not just tone it down? (688 characters)

Photo of Nugganooch
3.77/5  rDev -9.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Big thanks to mdfb79 for this growler fill - Cheers Dan

Notes from 09/12/11
Growler to Goblet

A: First growler pour was a slight viscous black color with some dark brown hints to it and no head. Just some specks of lace. Carbonation looked low however other pours yielded a decent 1 finger turbanado sugar cap to it.

S: Mokah smells like straight chocolate syrup. YooHoo bro. Deep chocolatey roasted malts. Some hints of this toasted oaky character too it. Has a sort of overall Tootsie Roll smell. It is quite incredible.

T: TOOTSIE ROLL. This is a rich and decadent brew no doubt. TOOTSIE ROLL Chocolaty for sure. TOOTSIE A tad thicker and def sweet but not too syrupy. ROLL Touch of licorice. Some booze. TOOTSIE ROLL Has a slight almost fake/artificial component to it that is not so pleasant but tolerable. TOOTSIE ROLL Some alcohol warmth. TOOTSIE ROLL A real treat. TOOTSIE ROLL.

M: Thicker body with any oily slick viscous mouthcoat.

D: A sweet and decadent sipper. Not something you are going to session at all.

Definitely an adventure in craft beer. A must try for any chocolate beer lovers...unless you can't stand TOOTSIE ROLLS (1,148 characters)

Photo of BMoney575
3.77/5  rDev -9.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

Sampled on 7-30-09

Pours super black, no light at all, even on the edges. Almost no head, and absolutely no lacing.

Smell is immense chocolate, sweet and bitter at the same time. Tons of vanilla, with a very young, sweet-stout aroma dominating. Super sweet, but very enjoyable.

Taste is all alcohol bite, with lots of sweet vanilla flavor. A little coffee is in there, right at the end, but the finish is all booze. Not as offensive as it might sound, just very young.

Mouthfeel is thick and very creamy, spot-on for the flavors.

Drinkability is not very good, the sharp alcohol and sweetness are a wicked combo.

Overall, a good beer, and I might have to pick up another one, to age for awhile. (700 characters)

Photo of BitterPachyderm
3.77/5  rDev -9.2%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

22 oz. bomber (via spacecowboy) poured into a snifter...no freshness...

pours a deep brown, almost black with a thin creamy head that bubbles and dies very quickly...nice legs, but almost no lacing noted...

some matled chocolates, roast coffee...some notes of whole milk and cream...all of the aromas are mild, yet extremely balanced.

lots of bitter chocolates and coffee roasts in the background with some creamy notes near the finish...bitter finish...the coffee and chocolate seem to work together quite nicely.

this is where things begin to go downhill...watery and low in carbonation and slightly sticky...not real promising for an impy stout.

this has decent drinkability, but who really wants to deal with that wateriness for more than 22 oz.? the alcohol is hidden extremely well...

I will give Southern Tier slight props here, because this is the best of the Blackwater Series (at least from what I've had so far), but it's still not cutting it for me. Can someone help me find a GOOD Southern Tier brew? The saving grace on this one, is the simple fact that it's not as over the top on the artificial flavors as the other two that i've had.

NOTE: this beer opens up a lot more as it warms and becomes slightly better (1,233 characters)

Photo of kingcrowing
3.75/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

22oz bomber poured in a sampler glass. Thanks to stowehop for sharing!

Pours a very dark black with almost no head or lacing at all. Tastes just as you'd expect with a name like Mokah. Very coffee on the start but quickly goes into some intense chocolate after a bit. Vert interesting beer to add to their line of crazy desert beers. Better than choklate but not quite as good as creme brulee. (394 characters)

Photo of dirtylou
3.75/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

22oz bomber, jenny street market

appearance: served in a snifter, dark inky body with a light tan ring...very dark garnet highlights

smell: big roasty nose, black coffee, dry chocolate, burnt espresso beans

taste: this is some sort of a mix of jahva and choklat...very strong rush of roasted goodness - coffee, current of creamy chocolate, biting bitterness level. i like this but i think i prefer the originals

mouthfeel: high bitterness, strong alcohol - a little rough around the edges to be honest

drinkability: wish it was easier - way too boozy, too rich and sweet. not impressive (591 characters)

Photo of jdklks
3.75/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

thanks to normyk for this awesome extra!

pours more like a baltic porter than an imperial stout (i.e. really dark brown instead of black). the head is a dark cream color that i've never before experienced with an imperial stout. the smell is of chocolate brownies and coffee. mmmm... hot chocolate at Christmastime. nothing much else in there, and while it isn't unpleasant, it almost seems a little artificial, like canned cake frosting.

wow, its almost like drinking a liquidized brownie that's been soaking in baileys and kalua. tons of bitter-sweet chocolate notes, with a nice bitter coffee finish that isn't at all over-bearing. not too much complexity due to the overwhelming amount of chocolate and coffee, but there is a hint of caramel, and a big alcohol presence that is hot on the palate and in the esophagus. a lingering hop presence in the aftertaste that combines decently with the coffee/chocolate bitter-sweetness. overall, and i cannot stress this enough, it tastes a lot like brownies, or even fudge. this one is much too sweet, and the dominating coffee and chocolate combination do not work as well as they could.

mouthfeel is perhaps the most uneventful part of the beer. super-light (which is certainly unexpected). again, more like a baltic porter than an imperial stout. drinkability is good here, however, it may be a little too sweet, and the sheer richness of the chocolate (again, imagine brownies or fudge) makes it difficult to imagine opening up two in the same night.

a very good beer overall. if it was readily available to me, i would buy it consistently. (1,594 characters)

Photo of sevenarts
3.75/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A: Pours very dark brown/black with a frothy, bubbly tan head that soon dissipates to a small skim on the surface.

S: A very strong, bittersweet chocolate aroma dominates, with some hints of the alcohol already evident.

T/M: Sweet chocolate up front with some bitterness and edge to follow. The alcohol hits with a warming sensation on the way down, a reminder that this is definitely a strong sipping beer.

O: This is a nice strong stout that focuses on one dominant flavor and does a good job with delivering a deliciously chocolatey experience. (552 characters)

Photo of Kadonny
3.75/5  rDev -9.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.75 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Updating my review.

Poured from a bomber bottle into a tulip glass. No glass lacing to speak of.

L: A jet black color that allows no light to shine through. Light brown slight head appears. It just looks thick and gummy.

S: I pick up the huge coffee smell right away that mixes with some equally as huge dark chocolate smells. I get some sweetness and some roasted notes that mix in.

T: Very roasty in flavor with huge flavors of milk chocolate up front. The coffee flavor mixes in well but is overtaken by the chocolate flavors. Sweetness really takes over mid taste vanilla and some caramel flavors that remain creamy. Finish actually turns more to dark chocolate with some bitterness on the finish mixed with some alcohol. Huge beer.

F: This was a two faced mouthfeel. Up front and mid palate was all creamy smooth whereas the finish turned bitter. Alcohol definitely is tasted. Really rich and full beer.

O: This was way more chocolate than coffee, I was hoping it was the other way around. Huge beer that can only be had in smaller doses. I just don't get why ST insists on putting these huge somewhat tough to drink beers in bombers. 12 ounce bottles would be much better suited. Good beer, not great (seems to be a lingering undertone with me and ST). (1,284 characters)

Mokah from Southern Tier Brewing Company
92 out of 100 based on 714 ratings.