French Press - Two Brothers Brewing Company
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3.68/5 rDev +3.4%
On tap at Naperville Ale Fest - 3 oz served in the festival branded pint glass. As a big fan of the original Domaine DuPage as well as coffee flavored/infused beers, I might be biased. Perhaps it's the style (as opposed to a porter or stout) but the beer really doesn't hold as much of the coffee flavor as typical coffee-advertised beers usually do. Meaning, it's not overpowering or a caricature of coffee flavors - it's nicely balanced and the Domaine DuPage still comes through plenty. Great beer and would absolutely try it again.
07-23-2013 04:02:16 | More by schmidtmattsays
3.73/5 rDev +4.8%
The French Press is a neat beer that blends Dumaine Dupage with Coffee. The beer poured a caramel clear with little to no head and did not lace. The scent carried slight coffee and some maltiness. The taste had a very nice balance of caramel malt and some espresso. The mouthfeel is medium in body with subtle carbonation. Overall the beer was quite nice and easily sessionable.
08-18-2013 01:34:44 | More by WoodBrew
4.64/5 rDev +30.3%
Obtained a 22oz. bomber from Binny's in Naperville, IL.
It is exactly like what the bottle says : a coffee-infused Domaine DuPage. It smells like coffee beans, but the coffee smell is not too overpowering. I taste coffee, but again it is not overpowering. A very good job balancing the coffee with the Domaine DuPage, of which the latter's taste is still very evident in this beer. A solid offering by Two Brothers.
07-15-2013 02:55:28 | More by mjc3151
3.3/5 rDev -7.3%
Attractive saturated copper color, clarity is bright, a thin layer of soufflé foam on the surface, and a minimal collar around the edges of the glass. Retention is average, the skim breaks after the first couple sips.
Aroma is yeasty and grainy, a little hard pressed to pick up any coffee. >_>
Mild specialty malt grainy sweetness, yeast notes, light coffee lending bitterness in the aftertaste. First sips were a touch metallic, but that seemed to dissipate later on. The yeast and the coffee seem to be at odds. Light to medium bodied with a touch too much carbonation. Not really sure what they were aiming for, i've had solid amber coffee beers before, and this one just is neither here nor there.
07-31-2013 23:09:30 | More by emerge077
3.99/5 rDev +12.1%
Not too different from a standard Domaine Dupage really.
Here is where the maltiness of the principle beer combines wonderfully with the coffee notes. Almost like a heavily tampered with coffee. Ironically, I like my coffee plain black.
The coffee notes are demure compared to most coffee stouts, but for this style of ale it makes sense. Stouts are paired with coffees most for a reason, an ale like this would be overpowered if there were more coffee. That being said, it has a sweet malt caramel taste followed by a pepperish coffee taste.
Good carbonation, taste lingers a little bit thanks to the coffee.
A fun beer to have simply because you don't see many non-stout coffee beers. Try it if you can.
08-12-2013 22:45:26 | More by Rope
French Press from Two Brothers Brewing Company
81 out of 100 based on 49 ratings.