Bottle at share. Near black pour with a thin beige head. Aroma is roast malts with accents of maple, vanilla and connamon. Taste doesn't deviate and stays the course for a slick slippery brekfast stout. Excels on all levels.
Silky black with a short but puffy dark tan head settling to a creamy thin collar.
I continue to love what Angry Chair does with nuts. This is one of the roastiest AC stouts to date, with a nicely toasty caramelized maple fudge accent. The walnut here doesn't shine like it has in past AC stouts, because the malt itself is pretty roasty and toasty, but it still does have a wonderful presence, and is complemented well by the maple, creating a truly maple walnut fudge character.
The body is slick and a little sticky, moderately light compared to some of their other stouts, finishing semi-sticky.