Schifferstadt Stout - Barley and Hops Grill & Microbrewery
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Ratings: 13 | Reviews: 7 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by KFaulkner:
3.85/5 rDev +1.6%
This was an excellent beer, the best I tried (out of four) on my visit to Barley and Hops in Frederick. Unfortunately they had no cask-conditions or seasonal beer available and my disinterested server (Chris) didn't seem to know or care when they would be available. But I digress, I'll save that for my beerfly review.
The beer is great; an excellent stout, very malty with coffee, chocolate and caramel smell and taste. A nice balance of hops and smooth as can be. Highly recommend this beer over their others on a visit.
06-24-2007 23:22:38 | More by KFaulkner
More User Reviews:
2.4/5 rDev -36.7%
A sad Guinness draught clone. Uninspired.
Same black color with the creamy head. The head on this "Schifferstadt Stout" was somewhat sightly, I will admit.
Not much in the way of smell. Some chocolate undertones.
Taste - almost exactly like Guinness draught. Slightly different in that you can taste the faint chocolate undertones stated above.
Mouthfeel - Seemingly nonexistant carbonation - just like ol' Guinness. Yuck. Give me at least A FEW bubbles - not beer flavored juice. Flat.
This beer is not recommended! I wont be ordering it again.
06-15-2005 15:36:35 | More by chOAKbarrell
4.13/5 rDev +9%
Poured vom fass at the bar. A nice $2.00 Happy hr. Pint. The liquid is dark, almost black with good carbonation. A very nice 2 finger tan head made the beer look great, it faded nicely to a thin cap with good lace. I have had this before at local events and Gary the main man always seems to be around.
The smell is pleasant a nice roasty aroma.
The taste is classic Irish dry stout. Roasty coffee and chocolate taste, a little milky and sweet.
The mouthfeel is thinish to follow that same style.
This is a smooth drinking brew and quite sessionable. Prosit MK
03-30-2007 05:16:58 | More by MuenchenerKindl
4.3/5 rDev +13.5%
Very nice, probably one of 3 that we enjoyed which were currently being served in April 2008 (versus the other 3 that were sub-par).
A= very dark ruby-brown, slightly glistening appearance, modest brown head.
S= very nice; lots of hops and darker burnt traits, hints of liquor.
T= exciting from first-sip, the scent prepares you for it. Bold yet not annoying or out of balance. Noticeable scotch-like kick (at first we thought we'd confused this Stout and the seasonal Scotch Ale sitting next to it!). Burnt everything plus balanced hops just short of being hoppy-biting.
M= bold; slight syrupy feel with earthy chocky-ness; and a modest kick similar to but less than taking a shot of scotch.
D= probably session if you can take the AVB (unknown to us).
04-29-2008 14:45:57 | More by therica
3.13/5 rDev -17.4%
Draft pint at the brewpub. A dark black pour with an ice-mocha-tan poofy head. Presented a smoky lactic aroma. Bit thin bodied for a stout but well flavored ... hint of smoke, bit sweet and a bit tart for a stout. My wife actually liked it more than I did. (#2711, 2/18/07)
02-20-2007 21:40:23 | More by Braudog
3.13/5 rDev -17.4%
This very dark and roasty dry Irish-style stout poured with a nice nitro head. The roasted malt definitely is right up front in this beer and was quite tasty. I felt it had more flavor than Guinness but lacked some of the mouthfeel that its Irish relative has. All in all, a good American dry stout and a great session beer.
06-03-2006 18:07:17 | More by beertravel
3.83/5 rDev +1.1%
A big black pour with a slight tan head. The beer is full of roasted malt smells and coffee and even a bit of citrus hops. Full of roasted and chocolate flavor and a nice grainy oatmeal flavor. The hops even come through quite a bit in the end with a touch of C-hops and a finishing bitterness. Very nice full body ~5% oatmeal stout. Poundable beer and the second best offering, I've had here.
03-14-2006 16:02:53 | More by Higravity
Schifferstadt Stout from Barley and Hops Grill & Microbrewery
85 out of 100 based on 13 ratings.