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Tiny - Weyerbacher Brewing Co.

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very good

786 Ratings
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Ratings: 786
Reviews: 307
rAvg: 3.93
pDev: 12.47%
Wants: 34
Gots: 175 | FT: 15
Brewed by:
Weyerbacher Brewing Co. visit their website
Pennsylvania, United States

Style | ABV
American Double / Imperial Stout |  11.80% ABV

Availability: Year-round

Notes/Commercial Description:
ABV may vary. "Belgian Imperial Stout".

(Beer added by: jrallen34 on 02-21-2010)
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Photo of beerwolf77
3.65/5  rDev -7.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Thanks to BeerFMAndy for busting this one out during our marathon tasting.

Poured into my pint glass the beer is pitch black with about one finger of dark beige head. The head settles leaving a decent coating of sticky lace around the glass.

The aroma is mostly smoked malt with hints of chocolate, dark fruit, molasses and a spice or two I simply can't pick out.

The flavor is leaning towards the chalky side for me. Cocoa and light coffee are present with a good deal of burnt malt. The powdery chalk flavor keeps sneaking in there to mess with my tastebuds. A touch of black earth lingers in the finish.

Medium to full body with lots of carbonation. I bit more than I was expecting.

Overall an interesting strong ale that if I was blind folded I might think was a RIS.

beerwolf77, May 30, 2010
Photo of magnj
3.65/5  rDev -7.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A - Very deep coffee brown. Small head from aggressive pour into snifter drops fast leaving no lacing and not a hint of bubbles.

S - Roasted grains, faint coffee and chocolate, some kind of spicy thing going on from the yeast I assume...and then alcohol.

T - Chocolate, old coffee, dark roasted grains. Yeast character is evident all the way though, it offers a spicy bite which may be assisted by hops bitterness.

M/D - Full body, thick and sticky yet enjoyable. Despite it being 80F and this beer being 12% it's quite enjoyable.

magnj, May 29, 2010
Photo of gabrielsyme
3.7/5  rDev -5.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

This tastes more like an imp stout than a Belgian; it just doesn't have enough of the fruit/funk going on. That said, it's pretty good, nearly black appearance with a bit of brown head. The taste is almost bourbon/whiskeyish. Some caramel and dark fruit, but definitely a lot of alcohol "hotness." I'd therefore like to try this again ages.

gabrielsyme, May 29, 2010
Photo of mfunk9786
4/5  rDev +1.8%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3.5

It's fun to be reviewing a brand new beer, especially one so reasonably priced for such a nice big bottle (which is so wonderfully tongue-in-cheek). But will it be good? Never had a "Belgian" Imperial Stout before...

A: Wow. The only beer I can think of that pours like this is Gonzo Porter by Flying Dog... it's very thick and looks just like motor oil. Even more shocking is the coffee-colored three-finger head that followed, although maybe it's just because it's an unbelievably fresh bottle that had quite a bit of energy packed behind a too-easy-to-get-out cork. Quite the specimen.

S: The smell is, well... I have never been more acquainted with anise than I am while experiencing this beer. Belgian yeast is definitely noticeable in the smell along with smooth dark chocolate and dark fruit.

T: The taste is not for everyone. There's anise first and foremost, followed by an almost charcoal-like deep dark scrapings-from-the-broiler flavor that might put you off unless you love roasty goodness (and I'm in luck). Dark chocolate and an aftershock of alcohol burn are also prominent. The belgian yeast gets lost in all this, however, and one can't help but think the flavor could be more balanced (with age, perhaps?)

M: It's hard to deduct more than a half point for alcohol burn, because aside from that, this beer is thick without tasting flat, there's definitely plenty of carbonation and you're left feeling like you're drinking a fizzy melted dark chocolate bar. Very smooth.

D: Once all's said and done, the sharp flavors of anise and fresh alcohol make this one a little bit of a chore if you're into pounding one back - it can easily last a whole evening. But isn't that a good thing?

I highly recommend this one, even though it's not for everyone the price is right for a big American brew like this and it's worth seeking out (even if you end up disliking it). Thumbs way up.

mfunk9786, May 27, 2010
Photo of cokes
4.3/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Jet black with a dark brown head, kept supple and lacy with the rampant upfront carbonation, but receding towards bald as the CO2 fades.
Thick, molten dark chocolate aroma, with a shot of espresso, and spiked with prunes, cloves, and and warming Sherry notion. Short form: it smells like a chocolate liqueur.
Chewy fudge and French roast coffee blast into the mouth. The nose was a bit closed, but it blows the doors open on the tongue. Equally, massively sweet and acrid bitter. Dark cocoa, anise, prunes, dirt, toffee, char, cloves, 10-hour old burnt coffee, granite, crushed aspirin, Sherry, and an array of dried herbs. It concluded with some lingering tannic bitterness, dirt, coffee, and alcohol, in a Pinot Noir sense.
This is black hole dense, but carries the buzzing carbonation typical of a Belgian Ale (which is remarkable from a US brewery, because very few get it right).
This aerated chocolate booze broth drinks far easier than it has any right to. In most regards, it's too much of everything. Too sweet, too bitter, too confused at times, too boozy. But somehow this congeals into something vastly enjoyable.
With a couple years of age, this could be fucking mindblowing.

cokes, May 26, 2010
Photo of matty
3.78/5  rDev -3.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pitch blach colored beer with a slowly fading head.Aroma is cocoa powder and faint coffee.Taste is chocolate,sweet cream,coffee and alcohol.Very warming,probably not the best selection for a late May beverage.Overall a good beer that I would recommend and purchase again.

matty, May 24, 2010
Photo of jwc215
4.38/5  rDev +11.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

750 ml cage-corked bottle, poured into tulip glass.

Pours pitch black with a tall brown head. The head descends to one-finger head that slowly descends to a wisp. Minimal lacing sticks.

The smell is roasty and earthy with chocolate, toffee, black olives and cotton candy. Rich and robust.

The taste is sweet - chocolate cake, anise, cotton candy/bubblegum and black olives. It picks up vinuous notes as it progresses. Sweet, but balanced by roast and bitter dryness in the finish. Alcohol slightly noticeable, but more than reasonably well-covered for the high abv.

The feel is creamy, silky, velvety. It hits full-bodied for an effervescent feel. It leaves a bit of salt on the palate. Not thick. Smooth.

This is "dangerously" drinkable. Warmth does slow it down, but, again, in a reasonable way for abv. This is a great stout with a Belgian-esque flair. An enjoyable sipper to say the least!

jwc215, May 23, 2010
Photo of Jesstyr
3.53/5  rDev -10.2%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Grabbed a bottle of this for my wedding beer tasting, and was pretty excited to give it a shout. Seems like it needs a little aging or something to take the edge off. Served in a snifter glass.

Pours oily black with big foamy head that disappears almost instantly. Head is tan, and leaves nice lacing on the glass that lingers nicely. Nose is a little heavy on the alcohol to me, otherwise is smoky with some subtle chocolate notes that keep things somewhat interesting.

For a blegian strong dark, this one lacks some of the strong flavor notes I would hope for and expect. Heavy on the alchohol burn, subtle chocolate, very light dark fruit, and a little brown sugar. Medium body, but just has a bit of an oily mouthfeel, with strong carbonation. You definitely feel the 12% ABV here, and it isnt beneficial to the drink.

Jesstyr, May 22, 2010
Photo of oberon
3.95/5  rDev +0.5%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Poured into a tulip glass pitch black,oil slick black with a two finger fluffy mocha colored head that settled very slowly.A great mix of dark fruit,molasses,and bitter chocolate in the nose,even a hint of roasted nut shows thru,decedent and lush.A little prickly in the mouth with the carbonation being higher,flavors are a bit hot with big dark fruit flavors,bitter chocolate,and licorice dominating.A good beer, its hot but not over the top sweet,the alcohol does hit hard after awhile though.

oberon, May 22, 2010
Photo of blackie
4.13/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

a: unibroue tulip, big rusty mocha head atop a pitch black body, good retention

s: massive Belgian imperial stout with lots going on - rich dark chocolates most noticeable with underlying complexities of malt sugars, licorice, dark coffee, prune, and burnt cocoa; pretty boozy but not a huge issue, the yeast adds a bready fullness with some spicy byproducts buried underneath the massive stout structure

m: carbonation light and smooth, body silky and full but not overweight

t: big flavors - massive dark chocolates start things off, pungent molasses, the finish pulls out dark espresso and dry cocoa flavors with doughy yeast stuck behind, hops dry things out a bit without contributing much otherwise, pungent heat but not overwhelming, good stuff but there's a piece missing somewhere - a hold in the middle that could use a dose of refinement or complexity

d: one to take some time with, but definitely worthwhile, and at 6.99 bucks another will be purchased for the cellarfridge

750, paired well with burgers and radishes

blackie, May 20, 2010
Photo of argock
4.35/5  rDev +10.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from 750ml brown bottle into a Duvel tulip. No freshness date. Purchased at Wine Warehouse (Charlottesville, VA) for $7.29.

A: Deep brown-black, opaque, with huge 3-finger German chocolate cake colored, big-bubbled head with good retention an dtons of lacing.

S: Belgian yeast is prominent in the aroma, lending fruitiness, which plays a nice contrast to the earthy, roastiness of the dark malts. Hops are earthy and herbal as well.

T: Big flavor with a blast of roasted maltiness with tobacco, chocolate, and coffee notes. The yeasty fruitiness brings out the dark fruit notes of raisin and prunes. Hops are earthy and tobacco with some floral qualities. Alcohol is not easy to find which is surprising at 11.9% ABV.

M: Fine hefty carbonation give a smooth silky feel to this beer but also leaves a lighter than expected body. Aftertaste is long and roasty.

D: Very impressed and will be picking up a few of these to set aside for a few years -- and maybe a few more at that price to enjoy in the coming weeks too. It represents the pseudostyle of Belgian Imperial Stout very well.

argock, May 20, 2010
Photo of silentjay
4.3/5  rDev +9.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

pours almost black with a huge head that is the darkest color foam I have seen in a long time, if not ever. head dissipates rather quickly and leaves ample lacing.

smells roasty and chocolaty some booze detectable.

burnt chocolate and some fruitiness from the belgian yeast. the typical stout dark fruits as well as some fruits typical in belgian beers i.e. banana, orange, figs. some dark breads, a tiny bit of peppery spice. A bit of licorice and anisette and a bit of booze, warming but not harsh. finishes with some drying cocoa powder on top of a bit of orange zest. Think of those orange chocolate candies.

mouthfeel is great. just short of full-bodied with ample carbonation. enough alcohol warming to let you know its there, but enough flavors to balance it out.

drinks as a sipper, which it should. tons of flavor bails out the neglected aroma.

silentjay, May 19, 2010
Photo of mikesgroove
4.13/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

I really liked this one, served it with cake for everyone I really think it went off quite well. Poured into several snifters, this one was consumed on 05/16/2010.

Really nice pour here, really just perfectly done with a pitch black yield and a huge, towering, billowing head of chocolate colored foam on top that would not go anywhere, settled down slowly but never completely it left a huge sticky, gooey mess along the sides of the glass.

The aroma was vanilla, molasses, coffee, brown sugar, hints of some hoppiness coming through now as it warms up, very intriquing and quite different then what I was expecting to be honest, but again very nicely done i have to admit. Each sip again brought forth a great mix of flavors and tastes. Rich belgian yeast is balanced against a wonderful chocolate and coffee base. Diving further into it really brings out vanilla and hoppy tones, especially in the finish which just screams of light citrus and dryness while balancing a nearly superb roasted malt. All of the ABV is hidden so damn well, I could have sworn this thing was around 6 percent. I mean where the hell was the alcohol here?

Overall just a superb new one from weyerbacher. Would have no issues at all with trying this one again any day. Just fantastic.

mikesgroove, May 18, 2010
Photo of farrago
3.85/5  rDev -2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

Average pour yields three plus fingers of hyper-active foam. The bubbles pop at a highly accelerated rate and then, boom, it's down to the surface, while it was there the foam has a dark tan color, no real lacing to speak of. The nose is a slow, steady unfolding of licorice, prune, plum, cherry fruit with a deep dark chocolate, roasted coffee, caramel character, more raw grain than bread, orange zest and flowers, would absolutely have more impact were it not for all but conscious desire to seem monolithic and simple. Full-bodied, Spreads broadly so as to saturate every mouth pore, filling it in with caramel, butterscotch, vanilla, cocoa and coconut. The orange, lemon citrus brings some tang but not that much liveliness. More roast and coffee here, dries out the finish a wee bit. Likewise, more graininess and hops present to add more bitterness. Remains dense through the finish, you basically chew it as much as sip it.

farrago, May 17, 2010
Photo of sweemzander
3.8/5  rDev -3.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

750mL corked & caged bottle split, poured into a tulip. No bottled date. Thanks to BeerFMAndy for sharing this one!

(A)- Pours a pitch black color that produced a good brown head that dissipated down to a good layer of brown bubbles.

(S)- A dense roastedness with a potent wheat & wood-like dryness. Bits of cocoa and a light lemon-like biscuit aroma.

(T)- A big roastedness with a mocha-like profile with coffee, cocoa, & molasses. A big bread-like denseness & dryness to it.

(M)- A big carbonation level that borders on a fizzy level. Normally, for the style, this would not bother me, but this really feels and tastes more like a stout with a big carbonation level and belgain-like sugar sweetness.

(D)- An interesting idea, but I just do not see much that reminds me of a belgain strong dark ale other than the higher carbonation level typically associated with it. However, for what it is, it tastes good and I enjoyed it; it just doesnt feel like the style it is under.

sweemzander, May 17, 2010
Photo of Pencible
3.88/5  rDev -1.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 3

This poured a nearly opaque black mahogany with some dark tan head. (The cork popped off with force typical of champagne, and it bubbled out for nearly 5 minutes after. But when I poured into glasses, there was not much head at all. Very strange!) It smelled like alcohol and bitter dark chocolate, with some licorice and molasses and sour yeast. It tasted like dark chocolate with some molasses and licorice and a bit of coffee grinds and alcohol. It was thick with lots of smooth carbonation, and had a bitter aftertaste with alcohol warming. Overall this was a very rich and creamy beer that needs some time to settle. I had a cold when I tried it, so I'm not sure if that affected my scent or taste perception. But I thought it was pretty tasty, but the alcohol was overly noticeable and detracted from drinkability. So with age (maybe lots of it?), this would hopefully calm down and become an excellent brew. It's still nice fresh, but daunting to sip an entire glass.

Pencible, May 17, 2010
Photo of PDXHops
3.85/5  rDev -2%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750 ml bottle poured into a Duvel tulip.

An enormous 4-finger dark tan head raises initially, but it's rather fizzy and soon enough settles down to a thick collar of foam with an island in the middle. No lacing to speak of. The body is near black.

Although the hefty ABV is noticeable in the nose, it doesn't smell boozy at all. The aromas are fresh and pleasant- dry roasted/toasted malts, a bit of chocolate sweetness, a little dark fruit, a bit of yeast and some cloves. On the mild side initially, but it improves as it warms.

The flavors are much bolder. It's almost as if it's not even the same beer. Very warm and boozy from start to finish, with plenty of tangy molasses and burnt malt lingering long after the swallow. Quite spicy- cracked black and white pepper with a bit of cloves. Bready and chewy, with fluffy and filling carbonation.

Overall impression: This shows excellent aging potential, but is an enjoyable sipper right now. Recommended, especially at the modest price point of $6-something a bottle.

PDXHops, May 17, 2010
Photo of BeerFMAndy
3.9/5  rDev -0.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750 ml bottle split and poured into a Unibroue tulip. 11.8% ABV, no date.

A - Completely black and dense with no light shining through. A tall, dense, dark tan head builds up quickly and looks like a Russian imperial stout. Low retention with almost no lace whatsoever and no bubbles left on top. A little disappointing after the foamy display to start with.

S - Deep chocolatey mocha nose with tons of roasted malts in the background with an interesting Belgian yeast hint that throws you for a loop. A bit of cold refrigerator comes out which is unfortunate in this one. Dark fruity hints of raisins and prunes adds depth as well as the leafy hops on the back end.

T - Tons of massively roasted malts with a bold molasses and rye bread roasted flavor. Belgian yeast funkiness comes through which makes it a blend of Belgian and American styles that works well. Cocoa and mocha finish up the flavor with a lingering and ever increasing boozy alcohol punch.

M - Medium-full bodied with a fully carbonated finish, the roasted dry bitterness finishes this hot alcohol beer. The alcohol warming sensation increases with the beer's temperature.

D - This beer is a bit hot towards the finish. It could really use some age to let it mellow out a bit and let more nuances pull fourth. The Belgian yeast really adds a crazy spin on an over-saturated style. I'm looking forward to having my other bottle with a year or two on it.

BeerFMAndy, May 16, 2010
Photo of lackenhauser
4.03/5  rDev +2.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Gorgeous black color with a very nice, tight, cocoa colored head. Moderate aroma of roasted malt, chocolate and an earthy graininess. Strong roasted flavor. Slight lactic bite to it. Sulfury yeasty quality. Less pronounced Belgian characteristics then some of the other Belgian RIS I have had. Good mouthfeel-the lactic tang and higher carbonation makes it quite lively on the tongue. A very enjoyable beer overall. One of the better beers I have had from Weyerbacher.

lackenhauser, May 16, 2010
Photo of CampusCrew
4.08/5  rDev +3.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

appearance: pitch black with some good head rentention and lacing

smell: roasted malt, coffee/choclate

taste: possibly the best weyebacher beer in the line up. Huge belgian stout with hige coffee roasted malt flavors. definitly some chocolate.

mouthfeel: medium bodied

drinkability: I had this at a weyerbacher tasting in charlotte with chris wilson. I was very impressed with this beer and most of all the weyerbacher products.

CampusCrew, May 12, 2010
Photo of axeman9182
3.2/5  rDev -18.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Looking forward to this, as I was a big fan of XIII with a little age on it. Tiny pours jet black into my tulip, with an impressively sized milk chocolate head, though it does recede quickly and not leave enough lace. The smell is a mixture of rich chocolate and a smoky character that doesn't bode well for me. The taste largely follows the nose, there's some chocolate, but also a fair amount of roasted flavor that just doesn't sit well with me. Tiny is suitably creamy for a belgian stout, but the carbonation skews towards being a bit too much. There's a slight note of alcohol in the background all the way through, and that and the overcarbonation drag down the drinkability.

axeman9182, May 11, 2010
Photo of Gavage
4.25/5  rDev +8.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Appearance: pours a black color with a huge 3"+ fluffy milk chocolate colored head. Some spots of lace develop.

Smell: roasted malts, chocolates, figs, and some alcohol is easily detectable.

Taste: big roasted malt profile with nice amount of bittersweet chocolate, figs, prunes,brown sugar, and a decent amount of warming alcohol. Bitterness tries to bring this back into balance.

Mouthfeel: heavy in body. Prickly to start, smooth at the finish. Some dryness arrives late.

Drinkability: a real slow sipping beer. One bomber will last you a while. With the high and hot alcohol level this is score is down a bit for me. Great beer.

Gavage, May 08, 2010
Photo of avalon07
4.5/5  rDev +14.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A: Poured from a bottle to a tulip glass. Had a black color and a thick texture. There was a quarter inch of long-lasting, tan-colored, foamy/creamy head. Not a whole lot of lacing.

S: A sharp smell of malt, chocolate, dark fruits, and some yeast.

T: Tasted of roasted malt, bittersweet chocolate, coffee, dark fruits, Belgian yeast, and some sugars. Very complex, with a lively character.

M: A highly carbonated beer with a dry finish. Full-bodied, but not in an overly heavy kind of way.

D: This is one of better American versions of a Belgian beer. Drinkable.

avalon07, May 07, 2010
Photo of maximum12
4.15/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Thanks to beerisheaven, a prince among thieves, for sending me a bottle of this unprompted by any trade. Such kindnesses are not only appreciated by my taste buds & belly, but are part of what make this such a great community (y'all know who you are). Thanks Brian!

Pours midnight-on-the-water dark, with a big, freakishly foamy head; lots of carbonation in this little guy. Even smells of tiny bubbles. Otherwise there's a strong candied Belgian air coming out of the glass along with insanely rich chocolate. Alcohol & a tinge of coffee, too. Lots going on, a great start.

Tiny is dominated by a steady stream of dark, deep fruits that spring to the fore. The Belgian candy sugar is a close second, & shaking hands with the warming malts. Chocolate chuckles underneath this pleasant din, & there's wine chunks floating in there, too.

Effervescent to the point of being distracting, which is offset by the lightness of the brew, in contrast to its dark look. Little of the high ABV shows itself, other than a happy sting in the back of the throat.

Excellent beer! Good thing, because I have two more en route. I'm eager to find out what several months might do to Tiny...frankly, I don't even have a guess. Check back in early '11.

maximum12, May 05, 2010
Photo of glid02
4.15/5  rDev +5.6%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Bottle purchased from Green's on Ponce in Atlanta.

Pours black with a one-finger brown head. One of the darker heads I've seen in a while recedes into a wispy layer on top leaving decent lacing.

Smells of robust roasted malts, dark molasses, and cocoa powder. Very mild hints of booze-soaked cherry aromas waft out as the beer warms and the molasses gains some steam as well.

Tastes similar to how it smells. Big sweet molasses flavors with roasted malts backing things up kick things off. Following are mildly chalky unsweetened chocolate flavors that sneak in for a moment before giving the stage back to molasses with hints of dark fruits - black cherries and plums. The ending is mildly bitter and leaves a bit of an alcohol burn lingering.

Mouthfeel is very good. It's got a real nice thickness with carbonation that decreases (in a good way) with each successive pour.

Drinkability is also good. I finished my glass quickly and could have another without much of a problem.

Overall I thought this was a well done beer but I think it could benefit from aging. The flavors are a bit too far on the sweet side right now for this beer to be anything more than very good, but it's still worth a shot.

glid02, May 04, 2010
Tiny from Weyerbacher Brewing Co.
88 out of 100 based on 786 ratings.