Old Viscosity | Port Brewing

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Old ViscosityOld Viscosity

Brewed by:
Port Brewing
California, United States

Style: American Double / Imperial Stout

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 10.00%

Availability: Rotating

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Added by drewbage on 08-11-2004

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Photo of Sammy
3.9/5  rDev -5.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.5

Thick dark XXX with coffee and chocolate aroma. Taste with my eyes closed is certainly imperial stout. Smooth and drinkable but I am getting stout first and foremost.

A large bottle found at a well-stocked grocery store called Minute Shop in Solana Beach that I have tried to add, to heads up other BAs.

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Photo of GRG1313
4.85/5  rDev +17.1%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Old Viscosity ON TAP at STONE BREWERY; Black color with a dark short tan head and lovely in appearance-very inviting.

A sweet assertive and most appealing rich sugared coffee nose-smells like a piece of fresh dark chocolate/coffee candy;

Huge dark bitter chocolate flavor with a creamy chocolate mouth and loads of underlying sweet coffee flavors. A big creamy and wonderful drinking stout.

Bigger, creamier, thicker, sweeter and, candidly, more appealing on tap than from the bottle. Nice! I had this with spicy wild boar ribs at Stone's cafe, but this would drink well with most spicy and big meat or game dishes. Also would do well as a nice accompaniment to drink with dessert.

A nice drink with which to simply relax and sip away after dinner or with a cigar.

This stout, ON TAP, can give any of the "big player, prestigious stouts" a run for their money.

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Photo of UCLABrewN84
4.03/5  rDev -2.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Pours an opaque black with a HUGE 3 inch khaki head that fades to a small cap. The head is thick and craggy and leaves sticky globs of foam on the drink down. Smells of roasted dark malts, dark fruits, raisins, plums. Taste is same as the smell with nice roasty malt, dark fruits, and citrus zest hops. Mild bitterness in the mouth after each sip. Good level of carbonation with a thick and creamy mouthfeel. This is a very tasty beer, but I question the stout categorization. To me it seems like a mix of a stout and Belgian strong dark ale. Either way, it's very good.

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Photo of Knapp85
4.07/5  rDev -1.7%
look: 3.75 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4

This poured out as a nice beer black color with a tan head on top. The retention is pretty decent but not much lacing. The smell of the beer is oaky, roasted and semi-sweet. The taste of the beer has a subtle tart flavor from the oak. There is a balance sweet chocolate with roasted bitterness. The mouthfeel of the beer is pretty thick, it's a bit oily with a sharp carbonation to it. Overall this beer is pretty good all around. Worth having.

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Photo of metter98
4.05/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

A: The beer is jet black in color. It poured with a half finger high dark beige head that died down a bit but left a thin head that mostly covered the surface.
S: Light to moderate aromas of dark and roasted malts in the nose.
T: The taste is similar to the smell and has a light to moderate amount of bitterness. Hints of oak are also noticeable and linger through the finish.
M: It feels medium- to full-bodied on the palate and has a moderate amount of carbonation. There are some hints of dryness from the oak barrel aging and roasted malts.
O: This beer isn't too difficult to drink considering its strength because for the most part the alcohol is well hidden from the taste.

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Photo of BEERchitect
4.31/5  rDev +4.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Not one to favor acrid roast or the texture of ash in a stout, Port Brewing devises a smoother, sweeter and more succulent taste. With a total seduction of the palate, Old Viscosity drinks with the sensibility of a big Porter or strong Scotish Ale. Aah, burnt barley never tasted so good!

But with no identity crisis to its appearance the beer pours with darkest of dark brown before falling undeniably black. Absolute opaqueness ensues as the Stout absorbs all light. Its creamy topping of foam is dense and lush as it swirls on top of the beer like espresso creme. As far as lacing is concerned, the Stout favors brandy-type legging over clinging Belgian lace.

Sweet and savory to the nose, the scents of dark chocolate, bold-roast coffee, walnuts, singed molasses, port wine, sherry wine, and a hint of sweet teriyaki join to create a melange in the nose that's somewhat meaty, hearty and oh-so succulently sweet.

And as the taste aligns on the tongue, its equal parts molasses, espresso, and bittersweet chocolate. Keeping the heavy roast and toast in check, the sweetness carries its taste to introduce the robust and almost salty and savory aged sherry, port and worcestershire sauce. The combination seduces the taste buds as complexities of port, brandy, figs, dates, and even walnut and vanilla provide new twists and turns with every sip.

One sip explains why the Stout takes on a namesake of motor oil- it coaxes the mouth with a lush and velvety texture that seeps into the soft tissues with melding creaminess. Despite its tepid carbonation, the beer is still creamy, weighted and velvety. Its malty-sweet finish makes it well suited, not as a complement to dessert, but as a replacement for dessert instead.

Its warm closure is wrapped in a cocoon of malt sweetness just as the mind starts to think cookies n' cream. That vinous and fortified wine-like undertow is the perfect complement to its big sweetness and balanced char. Its an ideal stout when the sweet tooth needs dire satisfaction.

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Photo of biboergosum
4.02/5  rDev -2.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 3.75 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

22oz bottle, found in the awkwardly named 'Bier Haus' section of the local Yoke's in Ponderay, Idaho.

This beer pours a pretty solid black hole, with very subtle red cola basal edges when thrust into the light, and a teeming tower of puffy, frothy, and chunky light brown head, which leaves some decently thorough, random sudsy Mercator Projection lace around the glass as it slowly seeps away.

It smells of roasted, sort of sweet bready caramel malt, bittersweet chocolate, cigar ash, dry black licorice, rather faint hints of musty whiskey barrel staves, a small earthy bitterness, and a lack of any sort of alcohol astringency. The taste is toasty and now fairly sweet caramel malt, bready toffee, chalky cocoa powder, those Scandinavian anise suckers, a twinge of cafe-au-lait, very understated whiskey barrel notes - maybe some vanilla, maybe some grainy woodiness - a growing earthy, weedy, and mildly citrusy hop bitterness, and the suggestion of a mention of an echo of booze warming.

The bubbles are nice and soft in their lilting frothiness, the body a sort of wavering medium weight, and generally smooth, both the outside looking in bitter and boozy essences not really in play here, but you'd be forgiven for thinking so. It finishes well off-dry, the toasted cocoa/toffee/coffee thing lingering on and on.

Old Viscosity has been made for over a decade, obviously, and seems to take pride in not self-defining what it actually is (hey, that's what we're here for, isn't it?). A few things: firsties, using the 'Old <insert cool noun here>' nomenclature implies a barleywine brew, but this is certainly not that. Secondly, I agree with the overall BA consensus - this is indeed an Imperial Stout, and a good one at that - just don't go in expecting much of the proclaimed oak barrel to show its face - another good thing.

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Photo of brentk56
4.35/5  rDev +5.1%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.25 | overall: 4.25

Appearance: Pours an espresso black color with a sturdy head that retains nicely and leaves a web of lacing on the glass

Smell: Dark chocolate, oak, rum-soaked dark fruit

Taste: Starts with a roasty, oaky, fruit cake-influenced chocolate flavor that is incredibly intense; by mid-palate, the hoppy bitterness adds complexity and, after the swallow, the chocolate builds in sweet/bitter intensity, portending an entrance to molasses and charcoal flavors that join the fruit cake elements in the finish

Mouthfeel: Thick and viscous, with moderate to low carbonation and a bit of heat as the beer warms

Drinkability: One luscious brew, closer to a RIS than a Strong Ale in my book, but I'll not argue with the brewer

Thanks, Boolshot, for the opportunity

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Photo of largadeer
3.55/5  rDev -14.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 3

Appearance - Dark, muddy brown; very nearly black. Pours like oil with no head other than a few wispy bubbles floating around on top.

Smell - Chocolate syrup, molasses, hints of oak and vanilla with plenty of noticeable alcohol.

Taste - Molasses, cocoa, toffee, vanilla - sweet at first, and then a permeating bitterness hits the palate. The finish combines intensely bitter roasted barley mixed with a massive herbal hop kick and an astringent alcohol flavor. Much complexity, though it's really a bit over the top; I could never drink an entire bottle of this.

Mouthfeel - Heavy and minimally carbonated. Syrupy on the palate - this is seriously thick stuff.

Notes - Beer for masochists. Sure, there are stronger beers out there, but very few of them have the ability to wreck the palate like Old Viscosity. The Bottle of The Abyss I had yesterday was downright mild compared to this.

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Photo of kojevergas
3.48/5  rDev -15.9%
look: 4 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3 | overall: 3.5

1 pint 6 fl oz brown glass bottle with standard pressure cap served into a nonic pint glass in high altitude Castle Rock, Colorado. Reviewed live. Expectations are pretty high.

A: Pours a 2.5 finger head of lovely cream lacing, appealing tan colour, great thickness, and fantastic retention (especially considering the high ABV). Colour is a solid black.

Sm: Oak, must, caramel, nuts, yeast, and cream. Some chocolate. A moderate strength aroma.

T: Extraordinarily oaky, with all the notes from the nose in a pretty well done balance. The caramel is a bit overdone. All around, the build is admittedly strange - especially for the style. It is a bit simple.

Mf: Smooth and wet. A bit coarse. Rather thick, but not horribly so - at least not as much as the label and title would want us to believe. I certainly wouldn't refer to it as viscous, and I'm glad that it isn't.

Dr: Quite drinkable for the ABV, but not unique or special. I enjoy it. I'd like to try it on nitro-draught, or aged.


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Photo of emerge077
4.2/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Black body with a frothy head of tan foam, spotty bits of lace dot the glass. Little upside-down "W" bird shapes lace the edges. It demonstrates nice head retention, never breaking the surface layer. Cocoa and trace alcohol in the aroma when inhaling deeper.

Rich, bittersweet bakers chocolate flavor, with a mild hoppiness that lingers well into the dry aftertaste. Some charred malt character blends with the layered hop flavors, giving a good deal of complexity to the taste. Very smooth and creamy body, but slightly thin for being a higher abv stout. Easy drinking, nice west coast hop twist makes it unique...Thanks for sharing Jay!

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Photo of Phyl21ca
4.05/5  rDev -2.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

Bottle: Poured a black color ale with a off-white foamy head with good retention and some lacing. Aroma of bitter roasted malt with some citrus hops is intriguing. Taste is dominated by some medium roasted malt mix with some bitter hops as well as some oak and maybe light bourbon and vanilla notes. Very interesting and complex beer with a full body and no alcohol was discernable.

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Photo of zeff80
4.15/5  rDev +0.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

A - Poured out a thick, oily, black color with a small, brown head of foam. It left some sticky rings of lace.

S - It smelled of caramel malt, coffee, cocoa and some subtle bourbon notes.

T - Great taste of chocolate, coffee, roasted malt and sweet caramel. Some nice bitterness and sweetness create great balance.

M - It was soft and smooth. A heavy bodied brew that is definitely a sipper.

D - This is a great tasting ale. I loved the coffee and cocoa flavors.

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Photo of Thorpe429
4.32/5  rDev +4.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Reviewed from notes.

Pours near black. Slight mocha head and a slight amount of lacing. The nose is loaded with coffee, chocolate, vanilla, roast, and a bit of anise. The taste i most coffee and chocolate alongside the roast, and the balance is great. Good feel with a nice body and alcohol level. Drinks very well and is another hit from Port.

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Photo of nickfl
4.29/5  rDev +3.6%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4

A - Thick, two finger, dark brown head resting on a opaque, black body. The head sticks around for a long time, but somehow doesn't leave much lace.

S - Rich, mocha aroma with an excellent balance of chocolate and coffee. Velvety hops lurking in the background with a whiff of alcohol.

T - Sweet, toasty malt followed quickly by spicy chicory/ coffee flavors. Dark chocolate slowly reveals itself in the middle and transitions to a dark, bitter roast grain finish with notes of mild vanilla, charcoal, smoke, and spicy hops.

M - Thick, truly chewy body, medium-low carbonation, and a fairly dry finish.

D - Complex and enjoyable. Very dark flavors bordering on carbonized. Surprisingly smooth for a 10% beer. The flavor is quite nice, but the aroma is really the most successful aspect of this beer.

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Photo of oberon
4.17/5  rDev +0.7%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.25 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.25

I can't believe this is the first time I have had this beer.Pours a jet black except for just a hint of chocolate brown when held to the light,a large fluffy deep beige head atop.Smells like sweet alcohol and dark fruit over top of chocolate and roast.The roast plays a much bigger role on the palate,roasted and charred with caramel and alcohol dipped dark fruit on the palte,I have to say the alcohol lingers.This is an old school favorite and Iam glad to finally try it,it kicks ass.

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Photo of superspak
4.2/5  rDev +1.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

22 ounce bottle into snifter, bottled on 8/7/2012. Pours pitch black color with a nice 1-2 finger dense tan head with great retention, that reduces to a small cap that lingers. Nice soapy lacing clings on the glass, with a fair amount of streaming carbonation. Aromas of dark chocolate, roasted malt, coffee, light char, toast, dark bread, toffee, light raisin, and roasted earthiness. Very nice aromas with good balance and complexity of dark/roasted malt notes; with good strength. Taste of big dark chocolate, cocoa, roasted malt, coffee, char, toast, dark bread, light raisin, toffee, and roasted earthiness. Moderate coffee bitterness on the finish; with lingering notes of dark chocolate, cocoa, roasted malt, coffee, char, toast, dark bread, light raisin, and roasted earthiness on the finish for a while. Awesome balance and complexity of dark/roasted malt flavors; with a good bitterness/sweetness balance and no cloying flavors after the finish. Medium-high carbonation and medium-full bodied; with a creamy, chalky, and moderately crisp mouthfeel that is good. Alcohol is very well hidden with only a light warming present after the finish. Overall this is a highly excellent imperial stout. All around great balance and complexity of dark/roasted malt flavors; and very smooth to sip on for the ABV. A highly enjoyable offering.

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Photo of NeroFiddled
4/5  rDev -3.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 4

Thanks to Blithering Idiot for the sample...

Unique unto itself, Old Viscosity is neither a barleywine nor an old ale, although if you'd have to choose it's more like an old ale. But it's also nicely chocolatey and slightly roasty like a porter... but bigger and richer and fuller. Yet not a Russian Imperial. In fact, not a stout at all. But not an Imperial porter either. It's, shall we say, a hybrid?

A rough pour will bring up a short head of frothy dark tan foam, but even that is hard to coax. As it pours from the bottle, the stream is dark and reddish, but once the glass is filled it's black without question. Some deep mahogany highlights can be seen when held to the light, but that's it.

The nose is restrained, and this beer doesn't really come into it's own until it reaches close to cellar temperature. There's a bit of oily dark malt, a note of licorice due to the combination of dark malts and hops, some deep dark chocolate, some softer fudge, an air of delicate roastiness, a waft of alcohol, and some grassy hops in the background.

The flavor pretty much follows the lead of the aroma, but it's just slightly fuller. The alcohol is more present, and becomes even more apparent as it warms; and the hop flavors seem to rise to the top as the roastiness subsides. The chocolatey character turns a bit vinous with a bit of dark black cherry and red wine, and the bitterness rises. The softer caramel notes get pushed aside. Over the course of the glass it goes from dark-sweet to dark-bitter; and it finishes semi-dry with a lingering dark chocolate note, a subtle astringency, and a lingering deep-roasted, almost-burnt, acrid edge. As you progress, and your palate fades and it warms and becomes a bit tar-like.

A sipper for sure, this oddity could use a touch more refinement in its formulation, but is nevertheless a pretty decent goblet at the end of a long day.

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Photo of chinchill
4.01/5  rDev -3.1%
look: 4 | smell: 4.25 | taste: 4 | feel: 4 | overall: 3.75

On tap at the brewery in San Marcos.

Pours black with a beige head that soon reduces to a ring but leaves a little lacing.

Aroma: enticing aroma with a good malt base; hints of white wine.

Flavor: rich but not particularly complex dark malts. No burnt elements.

Feel: medium-full body; medium carbonation.

O: recommended

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Photo of TheManiacalOne
4.33/5  rDev +4.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Poured from a 22oz bottle into a mug glass. I know I've had this bottle for a while and the numbers on the bottom of the bottle look like this beer is from January 2006.

A: The beer is a deep dark black color, with a thin light brown head that fades slowly and leaves a thick lace on the glass.

S: The aroma is of rich roasted malts, chocolate, dark fruit and a touch of hops.

T: The taste is very malty and very stout-like with flavors of chocolate, dark fruits and a tiny hint of smokiness. The sweetness is not overdone and is at just the right level to let a mild hops presence creep in to achieve a good balance leave a slightly sweet after-taste.

M: Crisp and very smooth, dare I say "viscous", medium body, medium carbonation, finish is slightly sticky.

D: Tasty, goes down easily, not too filling, strong kick, I had become a bit disenchanted with the bigger darker beers out there but this beer has restored some of my faith, this is an excellent beer to drink for a whole evening.

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Photo of mactrail
3.92/5  rDev -5.3%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Inky black in the chalice at Pizza Port in Ocean Beach, Calif.

Modest head, some lacing. Huge flavors, really rich, and full of fruit. Seems hot and spicy. Chocolate and burnt caramel. Big bitterness to match the sweet malt. Vanilla oak rises out of the heavy stew of flavors. Cloys a little after a while. Not so good with food. Make it a small one for after dinner or that half-hour classic TV rerun.

There are several Imperial Stouts that deliver knock-out flavors with a fine smoothness. So it's another one for the list.

06-20-2012 Update - Rich, dark, thick-- everything a RIS should be. Not overly sweet, but full of malt. Not too bitter but nicely hopped with plenty of charred barley and burnt sugar. Some nice smoothness from the barrel aging. And at $6 a pint, a bargain.

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Photo of dbrauneis
3.98/5  rDev -3.9%
look: 4 | smell: 4 | taste: 4 | feel: 3.75 | overall: 4

A: Pours a clear yet opaque jet black in color with moderate amounts of visible carbonation and dark amber + cola brown highlights. The beer has a two finger tall dark tan head that slowly reduces to a medium large very thin film and a medium thick ring at the edges of the glass. Light to moderate amounts of lacing are observed.

S: Moderate aromas of dark roasted malts with some very light hints of oak.

T: Similar to the smell, there are moderate to strong flavors of dark roasted malts with some light to moderate notes of oak. Moderate amounts of lingering bitterness.

M: Less than full bodied with moderate amounts of carbonation. Light notes of drying especially in the finish.

O: The alcohol is well hidden in this beer and it is enjoyable but it unfortunately suffers in comparison to some of the others that were shared at this bottle share.

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Photo of ChainGangGuy
3.6/5  rDev -13%
look: 3.5 | smell: 3.5 | taste: 3.5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Appearance: Pours a black, brown-edged body with a khaki-colored head.

Smell: Rich, roasty aroma, with hints of coffee, chocolate, and anise. Deep within the scent are some faint notes of cherries.

Taste: The semi-sweet taste is an engaging mixture of black licorice, molasses, and cold coffee that would evoke thoughts of an imperial-strength root beer if it weren't for the ever-increasing roasted bitterness and hints of alcohol. Also, there's those far-off cherries carrying over from the aroma.

Mouthfeel: Medium-bodied. Moderately carbonated, with some alcohol warmth showing throughout.

Drinkability: While I would've preferred a lessened presence from the dark roasted grains, it was still pretty good!

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Photo of dcmchew
3.9/5  rDev -5.8%

Pours oil-like black with a huge light brown head, really dense and quite long-lasting, sticking to the sides also, really messy. Great look. Later on just some floating spots remain.
Chocolate and vanilla pretty obvious on the nose, faint citrus peel and licorice, mild roasted malts, caramel, faint coffee. Woody notes feel a bit weird, with a medicinal alcohol note attached to them. Hmm.
Not the usual trip through an Imperial Stout this one. Alcohol and complex fruit in the front, not just raisin and plum, but also a zesty citrus note and a generic fruitiness that gives off apple brandy, maybe schnapps, maybe even sherry. All atop some bitter dark chocolate, with the hops showing some teeth even this early. Roast follows with a bit of caramel sweetness, a bit burnt, grainy, almost doughy. Something like brownies baked with extra(!) cocoa powder. Some black pepper dropped in there too, plus some stave from the aging. Finishes roastier, boozier, with a bit of leafy hop, some coffee and a bitterness that's a bit more than mild.
Even with tiny sips, there's an almost mouth-numbing alcoholic feel that in one way helps the brew, in another way it makes it harder to drink. Light to medium body, prickly carbonation, a bit viscous, so named appropiately. Aftertaste is fruity, with some roast, hoppy and, yes, boozy.
It's kinda a new style on its own, a "sticky strong dark ale", tasty, but needs to be handled with care. The 0.65l seems a bit too much to handle for just one person, unlike others with the same abv, but i'll manage.

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Photo of BuckeyeNation
4.42/5  rDev +6.8%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Espresso black with zero highlights. Not even bright July sunshine is able to penetrate the depths of this black hole brew. A mousse-like crown of coffee-with-cream colored foam is generated on the pour and hangs around for a good, long while. When it finally starts to fade, a passable amount of lace is left on the glass.

The brewery says that Old Viscosity 'blurs the boundaries between porter, stout, old ale and barleywine'. Like Older Viscosity, it smells pretty much like a Russian Imperial stout or an American double stout. Bourbon notes are appreciated as well, although only 20% of Old is aged in bourbon barrels, while 100% of Older receives that treatment.

First impression: the flavor score will be a difficult call that will have to wait until many more ounces have disappeared. No problem, that's why I'm here. While I prefer the in-your-face flavor of the bourbon whiskey in Older, this one is pretty damned delicious too. The barrel aging is especially noted on the finish, once the malt flavors have begun to fade.

Warming is beginning to deliver the depth and complexity that I've been waiting for... and that ensures the higher of the two taste scores. That said, Older is a 4.75 (rounded down) and this beer is a 4.25 (rounded up). Specifics include bittersweet chocolate, dark caramel, molasses and a hint of vanilla bean. The 10.0% ABV is integrated exceptionally well, which increases drinkability that much more.

Due to only 20% barrel aging, this mouthfeel is slightly more full and creamy than Older's mouthfeel. It still doesn't have quite the size and heavy creaminess of the best big stouts, though it isn't far off.

I didn't intend for this review to become a comparison between Old Viscosity and Older Viscosity, but that's how it turned out. They're both excellent elixirs from a world-class American craft brewery that any RIS lover should seek out. Given my love for bourbon, however, Older is clearly superior.

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Old Viscosity from Port Brewing
4.14 out of 5 based on 1,975 ratings.
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