Lilja's Sasquatch Stout - Sand Creek Brewing Company
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3.93/5 rDev +5.1%
Served this one closer to a cellar temp
Appearance: Pours a deep dark brown, almost black…dark khaki colored head about an inch thick formed and hung around…(4.5/5)
Smell: Deep, dark roasted malt, chocolate, coffee, oatmeal…some alcohol heat way in the back…it’s nice but light…there could be more…(3.5/5)
Taste: Much like the nose…a well rounded taste, I feel like we made a stop at all the classic stout flavors: deep roasted, chocolate, nut, coffee, cream and oatmeal…I would say the dark roasted malts and coffee are the most lasting flavors…oatmeal lands a bit heavy in the after taste…(4/5)
Mouthfeel: Medium to full bodied…Tons of carbonation…a very wet feel on my tongue…somewhat dry in the finish…very nice! (4/5)
Overall: This is a really good beer…tons of robust flavor, a very drinkable…it’s really that simple…highly recommended, I’m definitely gonna get this one again…(4/5)
12-18-2012 04:20:17 | More by SerialHiker
4.15/5 rDev +11%
12 oz bottle poured into a pint glass.
Pours pitch black with two fingers of thick mocha foam. Substantial lacing. Aroma is quite roasty, with some grassy hop flavors present as well.
First sip is roasty, thick, viscous, and just the right amount of sweetness. Substantial hop bitterness in the finish.
This is a very nice stout. Great viscosity, sweetness, but with enough bitterness to balance things out. Awesome mouthfeel as well.
11-04-2012 19:14:36 | More by FickleBeast
3.7/5 rDev -1.1%
Black with a creamy thick head. Light does not really pass through this beer.
The smell is very pleasant. You can immediately recognize a smooth chocolate aroma with a hint of coffee in the end.
Same as the smell. Chocolate and coffee. There is a little bit of bitterness but not too much, overall is is smooth.
overall this is an enjoyable beer. I would recommend giving it a try if you are in the mood for something new.
edit: I would like to add I very much like their box art!
06-30-2012 23:39:23 | More by jokemon
3.6/5 rDev -3.7%
Nice entertaining label made me try this one. Didn't have high expectations. Pleasantly surprised.
A: Dark brown to black with a slight tan colored head.
S: Nice aroma that stays to the final swallow. Roasted malts, coffee, chocolate, and molasses.
T: Similar to the aroma. Slight bitter or burnt taste.
M: Medium body, mild carbonation, 7.0% alc.
O: Good for an American (Wisconsin) stout
06-01-2012 21:10:10 | More by Giggy
4.21/5 rDev +12.6%
On tap at Mason lounge, Madison. Fortunate to have the chance to sample thiis on tap. Nice aroma, beautiful opaque appearance, w/ rocky head and permanent lacing. The flavor is a bit disappointing, after the aroma. Mouthfeel is this and somewhat chewy. I'm fairly pleased with this beer.
05-30-2012 06:03:01 | More by martyl1000
3.81/5 rDev +1.9%
Pretty rich in the look, this one is completely black, no light coming through whatsoever. It forms a tan head that starts off just over a finger and creamy, but grows to two fingers and is continuously being renewed by a very nice cascade. It remains very creamy but develops some thickness and heaviness to it. Nice patching is left behind.
The nose offers some a mix of cocoa powder and almost milk chocolate, more sweet than bitter as with many stouts. Underneath lies a citrus element. Roast is there, but as a sort of subtext. Barley grains come up from underneath. There's some tang I'm not terribly fond of.
The taste pretty well follows suit, with the barley element pushing to the front and the roast pushing up more than in the aroma. There's almost a hint of peat and smoke. The roast, in fact, goes a little charred and, combined with the sweetness, stops shy of an acrid note. It subsides a bit, but the finish gets, for lack of a better way to express it, salty.
The feel is a pretty heavy medium, a subtle crispness giving way to a smoother sip. While the cascade is there the entire time, the carbonation is still light.
05-25-2012 17:25:10 | More by Brenden
3.98/5 rDev +6.4%
A: Light mocha colored head, Jet black with browning color when held up to the light.
S: Dark roasted malt, Chocolate, caramel, slight molasses aroma and a feint coffee smell
T: heavy molasses and dark roasted coffee flavor, sweet chocolate and caramel flavors as well, kind of a mocha flavor that is heavier on the coffee
M: Dry and smooth, thick and sticky, medium full bodied, pleasant roasted mocha aftertaste
O: This is a great beer, full flavors that really highlight what this beer is made of. Lighter on the ABV for a Stout but that just makes it more drinkable. This is a highly enjoyable stout!
04-28-2012 22:43:16 | More by Crundy
3.65/5 rDev -2.4%
Deep brown with and interesting amber-like colored head. Good clarity. Very subtle nose of chocolate and charcoal. Thrown off and surprised by the big chocolate flavor right off the bat. Roasted malt up front. Chocolate and caramel coat the tongue, some astringent asphalt like flavors. Body appears large at first but thins a little on the swallow. Extremely clean finish. Rich flavors. Carbonation breaks flavors apart, not necessarily a bad thing, adds a unique layering effect. Surprising find.
04-03-2012 22:55:33 | More by jtierney89
4.05/5 rDev +8.3%
Poured from the bottle into a pint glass, beer is black as night with a foamy, tan colored head. Nose is dominated by roasty malt; smoke, burnt chocolate and coffee. Taste is also all malt, slightly smokey and cocoa powder with just enough hops to balance perfectly. Mouthfeel is medium in body with a viscous and creamy smooth carbonation. Overall an enjoyable stout, worth trying and worth going back for again.
04-03-2012 00:17:40 | More by gmfessen
3.93/5 rDev +5.1%
Sand Creek Brewing Co.
Lilja's Sasquatch Stout
Pours a deep black color. Solidly brown, large topping of fizzy bubbling foam and some lace shows. Aroma is malty, like Ovaltine, lots of malt and cocoa. In the taste, rich roasted malt flavor with chocolate, mocha and slight licorice notes. Robust and full, little alcohol shows. Hop bitterness is noticeable but not in the forefront. Mostly, coffee, toast, molasses and chocolate are the big players. Mouthfeel is full bodied, smooth and very drinkable. Overall, this is the second time I have had the pleasure of drinking the Sasquatch Stout, and hopefully not the last. Very good stout.
03-21-2012 15:16:28 | More by Stinkypuss
Lilja's Sasquatch Stout from Sand Creek Brewing Company
84 out of 100 based on 151 ratings.