Buck Snort Stout - North Country Brewing
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Reviews by rievelx6:
4.23/5 rDev +8.7%
A- Comes out pitch black with a very nice slit darker color or tan head, looks very appealing in a glass.
S- When I smell this I get an aroma of some coffeeish with a little hint of some chocolate. What a stout should taste like.
T- Very smooth with rich coffee and chocolate taste very good for a stout.
M- Smooth while in the mouth then goes down very well. Leaves a very good taste on your tongue that leaves you wanting another drink.
D- One of my favorite stouts, neck and neck with Guinness foreign extra. Cant wait till they start to can this stout, I will definitely be getting a couple.
09-15-2013 02:48:55 | More by rievelx6
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4.16/5 rDev +6.9%
My favorite offering that I had from North Country,came in a standard pint glass a a deep pitch black with a one finger sized roasted almond colored head.Heavily roasted malt,deep espresso roast aromas with some unsweetenend chocolate and a hint of mollasses as well.The flavors near intense in its roasted character and slightly burnt with a big dry earthy presence from a healthy dose of hops to round it out.Not a stout for the meak its roasted to the hilt and has big hops,personally I love it.
03-19-2008 12:48:33 | More by oberon
4/5 rDev +2.8%
I love all the canned beer available from these smaller PA breweries, it's a good trend...I remember having this on tap at the source a few years back. The can pours pitch black bodied stout with just barely ruby highlights, big thicket of tan head forms thick dimpled cloudy texture speckled lacing scattered. Aroma roasted dark malts provide hints of dark chocolate/coffee, nice herbal mint notes that work well within the hop/malt combo. Medium bodied creamy texture with mellow carbonation. Easy to drink nice stout in a can.
03-01-2014 06:41:20 | More by WVbeergeek
3.44/5 rDev -11.6%
A thanks to the creator of the canquest, woodychandler, for this beer. Poured from a 12 oz. can. Has a black color with a 1 inch head. Smell is a bit sweet, chocolatey. Taste is roasted malts, some hops, a hint of chocolate, surprising bitterness. Feels medium bodied in the mouth and overall is a solid beer.
03-03-2014 21:58:52 | More by tone77
4.5/5 rDev +15.7%
Part of a 5oz sample platter.
Stouts to me are like girls to a 12 year old - you know you should like them, but you're not sure why/how yet. I'm learning though, and this one could be that 1st crush you remember a long time.
This, surprisingly, was my 2nd choice of 7 samples this afternoon. Of course it had a wonderful color (orangish ebony, just almost opaque) with wonderfully tight cream colored head that clung tightly & long with lace. The nose was comforting - warm, deep oatmeal with a slight sweetness to it.
The most surprising (and enjoyable) aspect was what I called its "velvet bitterness". It has a great hop bite, but sooo smooth, very enjoyable. The throat eased up on the hops to a slight bitter with some caramel undertones to help it down.
This may have spoiled me for stouts in the future. Well worth trying & enjoying regularily.
04-03-2005 20:51:21 | More by BuckSpin
3.71/5 rDev -4.6%
Picked this up at my House of 1,000 beers for about $1.75. Into a pint glass.
A - Looks good a deep dark shade of brown almost black. Head is a nice tan shade with good lacing.
S - Smell is good chocolate malt, roasty goodness, and a herbal hint.
Y - Well most memorable is the best part is the balanced hops to malt ratio. Not overall sweet or roasty. Poundable.
M - Light to medium in body not watery or chewy .
Overall its a tasty stout easy to chug but I don't think I will get it again.
04-22-2014 22:47:57 | More by DrDemento456
Buck Snort Stout from North Country Brewing
87 out of 100 based on 80 ratings.