Barrel Aged Shade Grown Coffee Poter - Real Ale Brewing Company
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Ratings: 10 | Reviews: 5 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by JonathanL7890:
4.1/5 rDev +1%
On tap at the Ginger man in Austin. Poured into a shaker pint with a 1 finger head that dissipated fairly quickly. Appearance is thick black. Aroma is roast malt. Coffee chocolate some spicy hop presence. Small amount of fruityesters.
Taste is a nice rich chocolatey with some coffee notes. Some roast character lingers in the aftertaste but isn't astringent.
Mouthfeel is medium heavy with a pleasing aftertaste.
Overall this is a very delicious beer that I look forward to every year.
11-11-2010 00:54:37 | More by JonathanL7890
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3.6/5 rDev -11.3%
Poured into a pint glass and got a thick tan head(about two fingers thick) that quickly dissipates into a finger thick creamy covering. The body is dark with dark amber/maroon hues on the outer portions of the beer. I pick up some mild malts cream and slight fruity aromas come through. Its got a light mouth feel to it and is bitter throughout the tasting. The aftertaste is a bit bitter as well, this is an interesting beer that’s quite simple and taste good and goes down easy.
12-31-2011 23:09:26 | More by vickersspitfire
3.5/5 rDev -13.8%
A: Pours an opaque brown color. A one finger beige head forms, but recedes in a minute. Light lace is left behind.
S: Lightly roasted malt and chocolate. Sweet vanilla lingers on.
T: Again, some lightly roasted malt, chocolate, and vanilla. Slightly vinegary and sour. Very interesting.
M/D: A medium body and carbonation. Easy and smooth to drink. Something I can quaff with no problem.
This is interesting. I can't say that the barrels really add much, except a vanilla sweetness and a very light vinegar character. However, I would recommend this just for the uniqueness.
03-08-2010 01:51:00 | More by champ103
4.08/5 rDev +0.5%
A - Poured a very dark brown coor with a thin tan head that fades to a ring
S - Lots of roasted malt with coffee and vanilla scents
T - Lots of coffee flavor with a nice vanilla touch without the extra alcohol of most barrels
M - This beer has a thinner body with medium carbonation to it
D - this is about as drinkable as you can get for a barrel aged beer great taste hats easy to drink if you find it on tap get it
03-07-2010 23:56:19 | More by armock
4.03/5 rDev -0.7%
Big thanks to texasclimber for saving some to share with me.
Poured from a self-capped bottle that was transferred from I presume a growler and then poured into my sniffer.
Appearance: It pours dark and thick looking with no head, only large bubbles on the top that quickly fade.
Aroma: Huge amounts of bourbon and wood. This is the most oak I have ever smelled from a beer. It as like placing your head in a barrel and smelling. Vanilla, caramel, and molasses compliment the oaky aroma.
Taste: Pretty boozy! Bourbon dominate, with hints of vanilla and roasted grain.
Mouthfeel: I can't knock it for being under-carbonated, due to the way I was given this beer so take this part and the appearance with a grain of salt. Virtually no carbonation (due to the beer being transferred and the age in the bottle I assume), thick with a noticeable alcohol burn. There are also some tannins that I presume come from the barrel.
Overall: It would be nice to have some proper bottles of this beer and age them a bit to decrease the alcohol in the nose and perhaps the tannins. I enjoyed it and was glad that I got to try it since I couldn't make it to the anniversary party.
06-30-2011 15:41:31 | More by jamescain
Barrel Aged Shade Grown Coffee Poter from Real Ale Brewing Company
87 out of 100 based on 10 ratings.