Tiny - Weyerbacher Brewing Co.

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Ratings: 849
Reviews: 313
rAvg: 3.94
pDev: 12.18%
Wants: 36
Gots: 192 | 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 LordAdmNelson
3.05/5  rDev -22.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3 | feel: 4 | overall: 2

What a let-down for me. I had really high hopes going into this beer. Pours a really nice opaque black-brown with nice cocoa head on it. Not a ton of lacing, but a good looking beer for sure. Nose is ok, with roasted malts and a bit of fruit making a play, but it is boozy as hell. I'm not one to complain about booziness normally but this beer is just tough. The flavor is dominated by alcohol which adds an almost apple-like character to the beer in addition to some roasted malts, chocolate, and coffee flavors. Belgian yeast is there, but not a major player. Again, everything is overshadowed by the booze. And I normally like booze! Very smooth, however, nice MF on it. Drinkability is absolutely shot on this one. I can slug down an Olde School, WWS, BCBCS, whatever with the best of 'em, so I'm not sure why I'm having a difficult time with this guy. Maybe just not my beer. Hm.

Photo of Stinkypuss
3.93/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Weyerbacher Tiny, 25 oz bottle corked and caged. A play on words for sure, what a big beautiful black beer.

Appearance: Poured into a snifter. Midnight black with a very ominous, dark brown head that stuck around and provided some lace.

Smell: Heavy on the roasted malts. Also detecting some cocoa and chocolate syrup. An inviting aroma and as it warmed, it became stronger.

Taste: First off are the malts with a smokey, oaky, roasted flavor. Vanilla and cocoa blend together. For a beer weighing in at nearly 12% alcohol, the boozyness is paired down from what I thought it would be, but definately has a presence. There is even a hint of dark fruits, typical of Belgian ale yeast.

Mouthfeel: Full bodied and loving it. The maltyness sticks with you long after the sip.

Drinkability: Glad I got to try this palate abuser. A really good beer, and one I would like to revisit again someday. Good stuff from Weyerbacher.

Photo of NeroFiddled
4.45/5  rDev +12.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

An impressive head of brown froth rises steadily as you pour "Tiny" into your glass. It forms an inch and a half or more of pillowy foam that lasts for quite some time above the black body beneath. It leaves walls of solid lace about the glass; and once the head has fallen it appears almost orange as it forms a ring along the sides of the glass.

The aroma is sugary and cocoa-ish with notes of dark fruit, backed by yeasty spice and roastiness. It's interesting, but it doesn't convey the complexity that's to be found in the flavor.

In the mouth the carbonation is released as the beer warms, foaming up and becoming pillowy before settling down to a smoother, almost velvety feel. It's a little bit much at first, but as you work your way through the glass and a bit of that carbonation is released it becomes much softer and smoother.

The flavor is complex, and certainly rich. It starts with candy (sugar and vanilla) and dark fruit (raisin, plum) with a bit of spice, then displays a lot of chocolate and cocoa across the middle, and ends with more candy-ish and spicy Belgian character. There are also some leafy hop flavors across the middle and throughout the finish, adding another component; and a contrast to the candy notes. It's sweet, but it's also dry, no doubt due in part to the yeasty spiciness and the drying alcohol.

But the alcohol is never really apparent (in your first glass) besides adding to the spiciness, which is fairly surprising for a brew of 11.8% abv, and lends greatly to its drinkability. The Belgian character also gives it more complexity and depth of character than might be expected, and there's certainly enough going on to keep it interesting.

Worth trying!

Photo of prototypic
3.83/5  rDev -2.8%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Tiny is onyx in color. Pitch black. Not a speck of light cuts through, even at the outermost edges. Impressive. A very dark mocha colored head covers the top. Carbonation looks active. It stands over two fingers tall, and holds steady for quite a while. Lacing was sticky and moderate in volume. Pretty impressive looking stuff.

The nose is alright. It smells like cocoa up front. There's a hint of roasted malts, but the chocolate seems stronger. Roasted coffee is there, but isn't overly strong. Coffee haters shouldn't shy away. Dark fruit notes are secondary. Smells mostly like plum. Belgian yeast is mildly noticeable. Needs to be stronger. Alcohol is there, but doesn't suggest nearly 12%. Not bad. Interesting to say the least.

The flavor is a notch better than the nose. It kicks off with a nice chocolate malt flavor. It's a little bittersweet and cocoa-esque. It's bolstered by a little roasted malt. There's a hint of a charred flavor. Roasted coffee is noted, but is definitely secondary. Dark fruit is noted, but is a little subtle. It does, however, complement the other flavors nicely. Belgian yeast has a light presence and needs to be stronger. Alcohol is there, and is a little warm. At 11.8%, what'd you expect? Finishes roasty and chocolaty.

Tiny has a body that's on the heavier side of medium. It's smooth, but isn't creamy by any stretch. Carbonation is definitely active, but feels light. Drinkability is above average. I like the flavor pretty well, but this beer is anything but tiny. It's a big, badass 11.8% abv monster. Proceed with caution.

Tiny is a pretty good release from Weyerbacher. I didn't really know what to expect from this "Belgian Imperial Stout." It tastes pretty good, but honestly would benefit a great deal from a stronger Belgian yeast presence. The stout flavors are good, but it just doesn't seem quite "Belgian" enough. Nitpicking aside, it's pretty good. Excellent value at about $8.00 for a 750 ml bottle. Grab one if you see it.

Photo of cmannes
3.85/5  rDev -2.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3.5

750ml Bottle poured into a Surly Stein.

Appearance: Motor Oil Black. Fluffy chocolate looking head of foam.

Aroma: Alcohol, chocolate, sweetness, and a hint of the Belgian yeast.

Taste: Definite heat from the alcohol. Some chocolate flavors, maybe a little toffee in there. Interesting finish, I think it's the Belgian yeast, gives it a slight hoppy kick at the end.

Mouthfeel: Thin, yet a little syrupy. The thinness makes it seem a little more carbonated than I think it really is.

Overall: Interesting beer. An odd cross between a stout (the color, the smell, the syrupiness) and a belgian ale (the thinness, the carbonation, the finish.)

Photo of Bouleboubier
4.08/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

This was my first foray into the "Belgian Imperial Stout" concept. The combination of the stout grain bill with a Belgian yeast turns out to be quite intriguing. Tiny pours just like a strong stout - pitch black with a coffee-tan head - the head doesn't rise up much, doesn't leave much lace, but does maintain a nice cap of soft foam all the way to the bottom of the glass.

Given ample time - as much as over 20 minutes - a wide variety of aromas are presented. The froth from the initial pour displays the unique blend of strong booze, mild smooth roasty notes, and the Belgian yeast (in full effect). A strange bouquet, indeed. Further scents come out as it warms, adding to its complexity - funky sweat socks, pretzel, boozy vinousity, real ale esters - while the yeast presence, with the rest, takes on Dubbel characteristics. Bitterness is pushed back. Overall, a decidedly Belgian elegance.

A big hit of alcohol up front, yeasty funk in the second half of the taste - bold all around. Smooth, slightly nutty roast, dark coffee notes, fruity esters, all in the middle. Faint bubblegum way in the back. The feel follows the sharp shift, fore-to-aft, of the taste. Ultra smooth and bone dry, respectively. Leaves a cottony feel in the mouth with residual roasted flavors.

While alcohol is ever-present in all facets - potentially off-putting to some - it's never harsh, dropping off sharply in the finish. The sensation is lightly warming, mostly hot. I would drink this again, for sure. An interesting palate/profile.

Photo of sulldaddy
4.35/5  rDev +10.4%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Large bottle split with Stopper.
Poured at cellar temp into a snifter the beer pours a dark brwon hue with no light passing through the glass. A think tan head fades to an edge layer rapidly and leaves a few scattered islands in its wake.
Aroma is robust with plums, brown sugar and molasses, some general booze shows up as well. Definitely a complexe and robust nose.
First sip reveals a smooth texture with fine rolling carbonation and a little stickyness on the lips after each sip. Flavor is as the nose advertises, complex, malty and robust, with brown sugar, roast malt, plums and a dose of booze on the finish. Not any hop presence to speak of anywhere. A nice sipper brew that is complex and easy to pay attention to as you work through the bottle.

Photo of Buebie
3.88/5  rDev -1.5%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3 | overall: 4

Billowing 3 or so inches of dark brown head off a rigorous pour. Color is black, non transparent.
No lace, but retention leaves a solid cap and even thicker collar.
aroma of burnt sugar and caramel, roasted grains, dark chocolate, some sweetness and a little vanilla.
Taste is rich with some sweetness, becoming increasingly robust. Bittering chocolate flavors and more burnt sugars. A little bark and a growl from alcohol warmth, but not much other then pallet warming.
mild breadyness and the funk to be thought of as belgian.
Finishing with roasty qualities and chocolate with burnt sugars.
Mouthfeel is slick and light with a crisp feel from carbonation.
Overall a stellar brew.

Thanks Grant!

Photo of emmasdad
3.93/5  rDev -0.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Picked up a handful of these in some trades earlier this year. I was a big fan of Thirteen, and I was led to believe this was in a similar vein. Either way, a big imperial stout in a 750 for seven bucks!!!

Pours a deep, rich black color, with an insignificant amount of tan head. Aromas of black licorice, booze soaked dark fruits and good red wine. On the palate, medium bodied, with dark fruits, booze, red grapes, and as it warms, a light winey tartness. Very enjoyable (esp. at the price); glad I have a couple more.

Photo of mavbrew
4.08/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A: Pours a very dark, almost black, brown with a thick and foamy dark brown head that slowly dissipates.

S: The strongest smell is that of roasted malts with a slight bit of alcohol in the scent as well. Has some chocolate notes as well.

T: The taste is very much like the smell, roasted malts are apparent with a sweetness as well. Also present is a bit of alcohol, not too much but it is there and a hint of chocolate flavor.

M: Medium bodied with more than average carbonation.

D: Very smooth for a 12% ABV, even though the alcohol is present, it isn't too overpowering. Overall, this is a good quality beer to be enjoyed, and I will be enjoying the rest of it now.

Photo of DIM
4.18/5  rDev +6.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

a: This had a black body with no highlights. It poured with a thick, frothy, long lived, and moderately sticky light tan colored head.

s: I find myself comparing this to XIII, which I love. This measures up surprisingly well. This is smaller than XIII and that is apparent in the smell. This is softer and milder overall with less Belgian yeast character. I found plenty of bordering on charred roasty malt flavors, chocolate cake batter, faint cherries, and very little heat.

t: The comparisons are inevitable, so I'm going to go ahead and make them. This is chocolatier and richer than XIII. This lingers into the long finish where it is joined some heavy roast character. The Belgian yeast influence is subtler in Tiny, but it does become stronger as it warms.

m: Incrediby thick with lush, creamy carbonation.

d: When I heard Weyerbacher was releasing a Belgian stout that wasn't going to be XIII I was very disappointed. While this is definitely different, I can't honestly say if I prefer one over the other. This was a very pleasant surprise and I would certainly buy more if it came in 12 oz bottles.

Photo of biga7346
2.42/5  rDev -38.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 1.5

A: Pours a deep choclatey almost ashen with a full, frothy head. Not much lacing. The beer seems viscous, frothy and chewy.

S: A boozy rich nose with hints of vanilla bean, table sugar, dark roast coffee almost like espresso, lactic.

T/M: Taste doesn't follow the smell all that well, lost of flavors overlapping each other in the smell and the taste is a bit of a letdown. Although it's labeled as a "Belgian-style" double stout, I'm not getting much here that reaches out of a typical imperial stout. Lots of sugary, chewy mouthfeel. Coffee-like, milk chocolate notes in the finish, very, very boozy at nearly 12% abv.

D: I probably wouldn't buy this again, I'm not much of a double-stout guy anyway. And if I was looking for a Belgian-style, malt-forward beer I would look toward a Hell Hath No Fury or JP's Noel De Cabaza.

Photo of kzoobrew
4.43/5  rDev +12.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Received this bottle from beandip via trade. Thanks Adam!

Black opaque body,absolutely zero light breaking through. Towering four and a half finger burnt sugar head. Retention is absolutely ridiculous though the lacing is nothing more than decent.

Roasted malt, dry cocoa and coffee aromas spill out of the glass. The chocolate aroma sweetens with warmth. Dark fruit scent are given off showing the belgian influence.

Deep roasted malt with the slightest hint of char, coffee and dark chocolate lay on the tongue out of the glass. Darker fruit flavors become more assertive with warmth. Molasses also comes into play mid bottle paring well with the fruity flavors. The base imperial stout flavors are absolutely outstanding.

Thick luxurious body. The carbonation is a bit higher than what is usually appropriate for the style but works extremely well. Rich, bold flavors dig deep into the tongue making for a long enjoyable finish.

Outstanding beer. Though my experience is limited, this is the best beer I have had from Weyerbacher. The booze is unnoticeable making Tiny a bit too easy to drink. There would be a decent amount of this in my cellar if it came around my neck of the woods.

Photo of ZeroSignal
2.4/5  rDev -39.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 2.5

Poured from a 750

A - Pours almost black; thick looking - an abundance of carbonation. Letting the cork "pop" on this one is a bad idea...you'll lose about 1/4 of the bottle foaming out the top. Hold tightly onto the cork and try to let it hiss (like opening champagne - let it whisper). Big, frothy, mocha colored head with good retention and sticky lacing.

S - Aroma is malty and boozy - hints of caramel and coffee; a bit of cocoa nib

T&M - Feels like it may be overcarbonated; full bodied. Big and boozy, with an almost rubbing alcohol quality - it's really quite overpowering at first. If there was Belgian yeast used here it's lost behind the booze...I don't taste it. Once the alcohol subsides there is a good dose of malt, and a hint of bitterness. The typical subtleties of a "stout" seem lost here, and I'm more inclined to go with the descriptor of strong dark ale.

D - Eh...heavy and boozy; I've had more then one bottle of this, and have never had trouble finishing the entire thing, but there are certainly much more drinkable beers out there...certainly warming on a chilly night.

Notes: Living in PA, I nabbed a case of this. I'm probably on my eighth bottle for this review, and although my score won't seem to reflect it, it's actually improved over time. The first one I opened was damn near undrinkable. I have a few more, and I'm hopeful for the future on this one.

Photo of Bung
3.73/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

750ml. Quite a dark nearly black pour, about 3 fingers of dark tan head. Very frothy head that lasts.

Roast malt, fig, some caramel, quite a bit of booze. Some musty yeast as well. Not quite sure what to make of this.

Flavor is quite an improvement on the aroma.
A lot more caramel and chocolate. Some malt, chcolate covered dark fruits. Finishes with a sweet cocoa. A smooth sweet ale, not terribly complicated.

Drinkability is not that bad considering the abv. Booziness in the nose does not translate nearly as much into the mouth. Solid medium body, carbonation in the appearance is more creamy and smooth.

Probably somewhere between the dark ale and stout that the bottle claims. Worth checking out but fairly straight forward.

Photo of cjgator3
4.15/5  rDev +5.3%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 5 | overall: 4

22oz bottle

A- Poured into a snifter. Pours a dark black color with a creamy light tan head with great retention and lacing.

S- The aroma is sweet roasted malts with cocoa and espresso with some alcohol in the nose as well.

T- The taste like the aroma is incredibly smooth up front with some sweet roasted malts, cocoa and espresso flavors as well. There is some warming in the finish from the alcohol. It us hard to imagine 11.8% ABV in this one though, the alcohol is well hidden for the strength.

M- The mouthfeel is fantastic. Full bodied with a perfect amount of carbonation. Perfect for the style.

D- Overall, the name is misleading. Nothing "tiny" about this beer. I enjoyed it fresh and would love to see how well this will age after a few years. Recommended!

Photo of Stunner97
2.4/5  rDev -39.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 2 | feel: 2 | overall: 1.5

Appearance- dark pitch black with no even a speck of light coming through this beer, tan head starts thick and foamy and quickly fades away to nearly nothing

smell- roasted malts and espresso and coffee notes really dominate this strong pungent nose, a very strong and powerful nose

taste- a taste of booze is certainly noticeable a quite a bit, the start and mid palate is a little weak on this beer but the finish is decently long lingering of espresso and roasted malts, slightly bitter hops on finish drying it up a bit, overall the boozeyness is maybe just a bit high and complexity bit low

mouthfeel- its a bit way to thin for the style and i felt over carbonated a bit at points and unfortunately just to hot on the back end of booze

Drinkablity- this beer really started out better then it wound up being, its just kinda missing something, its got to much boozey nature to it and they probably over did it a bit at 11.8, but whats strange is just how light this in the body, just really never finds a balance between being a belgian, a stout, and having some hops, just off balance and hot whack a bit to me,

Photo of Yesac
3.58/5  rDev -9.1%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

A- Solid black pour. Large light brown head that slowly fades to a very thing layer.

S- Strong alcohol, roasted malt, slight brown sugar,

T- Along with the smell, very strong alcohol, roasted malt, hint of chocolate, dark fruit, black licorice. To hot for my liking.

M- Thick bodied, slightly frothy/silky

D- Decent flavors, it's just to hot for me.. the ABV is not well hidden and doesn't make for a pleasant drink.

Photo of elgiacomo
4.22/5  rDev +7.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

750ml corked and caged bottle.

Pours thick black with a good two finger brown head of small dense bubbles that slowly fades to a foamy cap that holds all the way down the glass, but doesn't leave much lacing.

Aroma is strong and vinous, a lot of dark fruits, grapes, raisins, figs, dark cherries, anise, a good deal of alcohol, some coffee, chocolate, a bit musty and earthy.

Flavor is also very fruity and vinous, more chocolate comes through, coffee, roasted malt, molasses, caramel, toffee, brown sugar, noticeable alcohol, fairly sweet, very robust and strong.

Mouthfeel is thick and chewy but is also pretty heavy on the carbonation, making for an odd mix.

This is my 2nd bottle of Tiny, great stuff, really took me by surprise the first time as I was expecting a thinner beer due to previous experiences with Belgian-style Imperial Stouts, however Tiny is one of the thickest beers I've seen, particularly the 2nd half of the bottle.

Strong and powerful, really want to see what this does with some age.

Photo of bierguru
3.33/5  rDev -15.5%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

A -
Body is black almost no head laces out pretty quick

S-
Pungent smell of alcohol some roasted notes coffee and some sweetness

T-
Chocolate hugh alcohol bit at the which for me covers whatever else is in the beer AT FIRST but one the beer warms up to around room temp you get toffee fig and the sweetness from dates

M -
nothing impressive bt a burn fron the alcohol

D -
Has some similarites with Stone's Imperial Stout slight its drinkable I am not sure how quick I will be to buy another

Photo of jwinship83
3.33/5  rDev -15.5%
look: 3 | smell: 3 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 3

750ml corked and caged bottle traded to me from user spleeb. thanks again! drank from my stone IRS snifter/tulip.

A- this one pours out an opaque black body with a tall khaki colored head that surprisingly fades away to nothing rather quickly. small spots of lacing are left behind.

S- lots of dark roasted malts. almost burnt smelling. lots of alcohol too, unfortunately. some chocolate, both milk and dark. this one smells fierce.

T- the dark roasted and burnt malts i could smell come through strong in the taste. lots of dark chocolate, and a little bit of milk chocolate also. the belgian yeast is there, but its pretty hard to taste. theres a healthy dose of coffee at the end.

M- full bodied. palate coating. a nice low level of carbonation. a nice dry finish.

D- this one reminds me very much of weyerbacher XIII. i didnt go crazy over that one either. if i get another bottle of this, im going to sit on it for a very long time.

Photo of mothman
1.7/5  rDev -56.9%
look: 3.5 | smell: 2.5 | taste: 1.5 | feel: 1.5 | overall: 1

Poured into darkness snifter.

Pours over 2 fingers of thick tan head. Color is black. Very good retention.

Aroma: Roasted malt, dark milk chocolate, dried cherries. Fairly muted. Smells like perfume.

Taste: Roasted malts, milk chocolate, and a sour cherry flavor. I don't know if this is infected or not. Some raisin and fig flavors.

Mouthfeel: Roasted and sour. Kind of creamy. Thinner bodied with tons of carbonation. Very fizzy. Ends very dry.

Overall, not good. Seems infected. Not drinkable. Flavors don't blend well. Drain pour.

Photo of Daniellobo
4.2/5  rDev +6.6%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Rich and long stout with a marked lingering yeasty bitterness, and an assertive boozy feel.

Presentation: 750 ml brown corked bottle. Simple design with the name highlighted in black over a dark background, which tries to be a starry sky including a lion emblem if one looks carefully. Not a dreadful design, like quite a few Weyerbacher labels, but still has a long way to go presentation wise. One liner under the name describes the main characteristics of the brew. Lacks any bottling or best by date. Shows Alc. by Vol. (11.8%). Served in a snifter.

A - Black pour with thin dark brown edges, generous creamy head, medium to poor retention, little surface memory and a faint memory ring with minimal to no lacing.

S - Long roasted nose, with dark fruits lingering over a boozy touch.

T - Profound malted range with the same hefty fruitiness, the boozy touch, and a lingering yeasty bitterness that stretches the flavor quite a bit.

M - Full body with medium-full carbonation, very tingly in the end as it rides the creamy and boozy finish coated in bitterness.

D - Very pleasing and rich sipper. Maybe a bit too hefty for those not eager to that range.

Notes: Nothing tiny about this... Probably one the best Weyerbacher offerings I've had to date. Worth the try and the repeat.

Photo of rfgetz
3.9/5  rDev -1%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Pours a hazed and particle filled dark brown with active carbonation, but minimal head. Scent is quite unique, the roasdtyneess, earthyness and faint chocolate of a porter combined with dark and vinous fruit. At first, taste comes across as boozy and muddled, but as it warms the individual components stand out - dark roasted grain, touches of chocolate, earthy, smoke with a dark vinous fruit taste and alcohol warmth. Carbonation very active and needs to dicipate before the body smooths. A good, unique beer very close to being exceptional but slightly muddled.

Photo of IPAescotch
3.03/5  rDev -23.1%
look: 3 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 1.5

reviewed from notes:

S: Light caramel roasted notes. Surprisingly subtle in the scent department.

T: Winy and dark. Hid the alcohol well, but still drank more like a wine than a stout. More of a patronizing flavor than the usual stout challenge.

M: Carbonation left quickly. Kind of felt like a triple thick milkshake from mcdonalds, ugg.

D: Lowest drinkability of many beers tried. Carbonation depletion rate contributed, but also just not much of an enthralling flavor

Tiny from Weyerbacher Brewing Co.
88 out of 100 based on 849 ratings.