Road Slush Stout - New Glarus Brewing Company
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4.85/5 rDev +25%
Love it, love it, love.
This beer tastes like hershey's special dark, maybe better. It has the nose of a cigar and a nice rich foam.
Until I met this beer, Hinterland's Winterland was my favorite dark chocolatey brew, now its this.
The orange color on the bottle is a little deceiving, cause its a nice dark chocolate brown.
I just wanna put one in the freezer in a paper bag for half an hour and see if I can make a slushy out of it.
02-03-2012 05:31:44 | More by mattfungus
4.8/5 rDev +23.7%
Appearance - deep mahogany brown around the edges. A tan head, thin but sticky.
Aroma - strong roasted grain with accents of coffee grounds.
Taste - good roasted grain again, as it smells. A fine coffee flavor in there also. A brief touch of sweetness on the swallow and lots of roasty flavors on the aftertaste.
Mouthfeel - smooth with a good body. Medium carbonation, in step with the style.
Drinkability - a fine session stout. Much thanks to brdc for this diamond in the rough acquired at DLD08.
07-22-2008 17:36:49 | More by brewdlyhooked13
4.74/5 rDev +22.2%
Great beer. I had this beer as the people i was with wouldnt try it they are all busch light drinkers and nothing else. It was my first oatmeal stout and it was good. At the time I wasnt big into craft so i didnt pour into a pint glass. Oatmeal and nuts was the taste. i was addicted but havent had the beer since. Also willing to trade for some of this beer
05-29-2014 15:18:27 | More by yuenglingfan101
4.7/5 rDev +21.1%
New at this but I don't think words will be too difficult to come by after a couple of these.
A - Almost totally black. A mohogany color lines the bottom of the glass where just a tiny bit of light is able to peek through.
S - Roasted malts, dark chocolate, and coffee in the nose of this one.
T - Seems to change with every sip. Strong notes of espresso, dark chocolate, and roasted malts as evidenced in the smell are backed up by undertones of toffee and caramel.
M - A little thin for a stout for me. Medium carbonation.
O - A very sessionable stout that should probably be stocked up on as it is seasonal.
05-02-2012 06:39:59 | More by peterpapermaker
4.65/5 rDev +19.8%
This beer pours an inky black color, with a thick brown head. The head fades slowly, leaving few laces.
This beer has a malty sweet aroma. It smells of dark chocolates. I also smell the burnt malts. A slight coffee aroma is present. Molasses is also noticable.
This beer tastes strongly of coffee. It has a sweet malty, dark chocolate flavor. It has a very slight smokey flavor, but only if you look for it. I think this beer tastes great.
This beer is a little thin for a stout. It goes down smooth, leaving a coffee like aftertaste. It is carbonated well for the style.
I think this beer would make a great session beer. It tastes great, and the alcohol content is not too high. I think that if I could get this beer more often, it might be one of my regulars.
Thank you thomashardy for this nice surprise. I owe you one.
07-31-2006 00:47:01 | More by OStrungT
4.65/5 rDev +19.8%
Part of a resent trade with my buddy Jerod out in Iowa. Thanks again! This is easily my new favorite oatmeal stout.
Pours black as night with a fluffy khaki colored head that dissipates pretty slowly and laces well throughout. Smell is of sweet oats, toasty malts and some cacao. The taste is fantastic.. Fluctuates gracefully from sip to sip.. Toffee, Milk chocolate, espresso, sugary oat flakes, milk, and Caramel. Toffee notes lingering sip to sip. This was way to smooth and delicious to sip on with a bag of chocolate covered pretzels.
05-12-2012 03:43:43 | More by JustinMatthew
4.5/5 rDev +16%
a: pours a dark brown color with a few ruby hues around the edge of the glass, semi transparent
s: roasted malts, coffee cocoa, sweet roasty malts very inviting flavor i like it a lot
t: roasted cocoa and coffee taste very nice
m: medium bodied beer with a good amount of carbonation
overall, i really enjoyed this, ive hunted it for a long time and havent been able to find it in western wisconsin
03-27-2008 20:38:01 | More by happygnome
4.5/5 rDev +16%
Appearance - Dark, Dark Dark. Poured to a black of blacks. Very little light coming through the glass.
Smell - Hints of peat smoke come first. But overall the beer is smooth smelling.
Taste - Smoked a little. Very strong black malt presence. Oats non existant. Nice smooth strong feel to it.
Mouthfeel - smooth, and light. Not too acidic nor alcoholic.
drinkibility - It is a strong and slow beer made for a winter night here in Wisconsin.
Overall - This is a very good very strong stout. STOUT STOUT STOUT LET IT ALL OUT!
03-24-2008 04:18:09 | More by timmlimestone
Road Slush Stout from New Glarus Brewing Company
87 out of 100 based on 405 ratings.