Bake Kujira Burnt Titanium
J. Wakefield Brewing

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From:
J. Wakefield Brewing
 
Florida, United States
Style:
American Imperial Stout
ABV:
17%
Score:
Needs more ratings
Avg:
4.87 | pDev: 3.7%
Reviews:
1
Ratings:
4
Status:
Active
Rated:
Apr 25, 2022
Added:
Apr 21, 2021
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Notes: Introducing Bake Kujira Burnt Titanium, our Big Poppa base that was Double Barrel aged in Copper & Kings VSOP and Old Forrester Birthday Bourbon Barrels then treated with Coconut, Toasted Coconut, Mostra Kopi Luwak Coffee & Peruvian Vanilla. This is a collaboration with LIFEXLLAB x MOKSA x MOSTRA COFFEE.
Recent ratings and reviews.
 
Rated: 4.56 by Affinity from Missouri

Apr 25, 2022
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Reviewed by WickedBeer from Alabama

4.79/5  rDev -1.6%
look: 4.75 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.75 | overall: 4.75
This beer pours with a motor oil thickness. Small traces of brown carbonation dance around the top of the glass, accompanied by floating chunks of coconut.

A lot of coffee and coconut come through immediately on the nose. One of the most intriguing elements of this beer and many others from J. Wakefield is the Kopi Luwak coffee addition. Kopi Luwak coffee is incredibly expensive and uniquely sourced; it is produced from coffee beans that are partially digested by the Indonesian palm civet and then excreted. The more you know!

What I loved about this beer is that although clearly falling under the umbrella of pastry, the barrel aging cuts the richness in a way that really balances out the beer. While the nose runs more adjunct-heavy with coconut and coffee, the palate showcases a great balanced richness. Chocolate fudge and vanilla interplay with a brandy-forward twang; caramel and coconut softens the finish and emerges more with temperature and time in the glass.

One of the best qualities of Bake is the weight and overall smoothness for such a high gravity beer. This is one of the best I’ve found in terms of a stout that so successfully masks such a high ABV. That said, at 17% there was definitely some warmth on the finish, but zero ethanol burn or lingering bitterness from alcohol or adjuncts.
Feb 13, 2022
 
Rated: 5 by Jkolls from Ohio

Jan 03, 2022
 
Rated: 5 by Juggerr from New York

Aug 10, 2021
 
Rated: 5 by smartassboiler from Illinois

Apr 21, 2021
Bake Kujira Burnt Titanium from J. Wakefield Brewing
Beer rating: 4.87 out of 5 with 5 ratings