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Nøgne Ø - Det Kompromissløse Bryggeri A/S

Style: Winter Warmer

Alcohol by volume (ABV): 8.50%

Availability: Winter

Notes / Commercial Description:
In the US this is called "Winter Ale".

A dark ale brewed specially for the Christmas season, with a rich, complex taste of caramel. This is a strong, dark and rather sweet Christmas Beer – just the way we think a Christmas beer should be.

19°P, 30 IBU.

Ingredients: Lager, Munich, caramel, black, and chocolate malt; Chinook, Columbus, and Centennial hops; English ale yeast, and our local Grimstad water.

Added by Sigmund on 12-01-2003

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Photo of NilsFrisk
4.97/5  rDev +21.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Appears dark, with little to see through when you hold it towards the light. It has a creamy tan head.

Smells fruity, a little bit of roasty, but way less then what i've expected from the colour. A bit sweet booziness in there too.

Wow this beer is so incredibly smooth and easy, yet so heavy at the same time. A lot of bananas and caramel flavours. Moutfeel is full, creamy and very smooth.

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Photo of becktone
4.92/5  rDev +20.3%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

From notes 12-10-09

Eye: Good head retention and formation, creamy in appearance...and though the retention is pretty good, it could be better. Color of the head is dirt brown, well its got some reddish orange tint kinda like dirt with some iron in it, but not too much. Lacing forms in sheets. Color is extremely dark brown, so as to look black, opaque. Really a nice looking brew.

Nose: Stoutish in aroma. Lots of dark malt, roasty/toasty notes, chocolate-milk chocolate-, but nothing burnt or black though. Light notes of toffee, light candied aroms such as Worthers Orginal candies-butterscotch. Candied malt ball aroma too, there's also something so familiar and very likable about this that I just can't put a finger on...feel like its some candy from my childhood. Awesome, very nice!

Edit: Ah! I got it! that aroma is reminiscent of candy corn, the white, orange, and brown kind...so, yeah, chocolate

Tongue: Definitely roasted in flavor, dryness from grain, but not really roasted bitterness. The flavor isn't quite like that of the aroma, I feel that there was much more depth in the aroma. Chocolate notes, but not as in the aroma-not like the candy corn....this is more like dark chocolate not milk. All in all very nice, great to drink on cold days. I'd alsmost say its like an American Imperial Stout meets Russian Imperial Stout meets Porter, great stuff...this may beat out Old Rasputin for me.

Feel and Drinkability: Low carbonation, but fine give this beer a full feel and a thick body. This one is just too much, feels great in the mouth. Velvety and creamy in the mouth. This is one I am sad to see quickly disappearing from my glass...hahaha. I'm definitely enjoying this beer and am strongly thinking about buying another. Definitely pick this up, its perfect on a cold day after trenching out in the snow after some hard work. Give it a go, it'll definitely warm body and soul.

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Photo of beerenjoyer1
4.85/5  rDev +18.6%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

The Nogne Winter Ale lives up to it's name. The beer is a dark beer and pours with a smooth dark flow with a thin medium foam which thins out completely. The smell of the beer is malty, with hints of caramel, and chocolate. The longer the beer sits and acclimates the more pronounced the scents become which awesome in my opinion. The taste is perfect for a dark winter ale with the flavors all coming out in each taste along with small blast of alcohol at the end. This winter ale has a great mouthfeel and is full from beginning to end, love it! I would enjoy this great beer little by little to get all you can from each taste. It just keeps getting better and better! I will be getting more of this beer.

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Photo of Bananaman
4.78/5  rDev +16.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

Ah, a great "christmas present" from Nøgne Ø. Didn't get the chance to drink it this christmas so I had it a few days ago at Bishop's Arms - Karlstad.

Dark brown-almost black color with a big beige head that lasts a long time. Lots of sediment in the bottle.

Smells great of some smoke, chocolate, fudge and some nice spices (maybe imaginary 'cause it's a christmasbeer).

Tastes lots of chocolate, fudge, cascade-ish hops, smoke, coffee and a nice hoppiness, pretty sweet beer. 30 IBU is kind of ideal for this type of beer I think.

A new favourite, I will surely buy a few of this next christmas!

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Photo of lordofthewiens
4.72/5  rDev +15.4%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

On tap at When Pigs Fly. This was one of the best beers, if not the best, that I've had in 2012.

In a snifter the beer was a very dark brown with a hint of red. A small tan head left a smatttering of lace.

Roasted malt aroma. Strong coffee, chocolate, cocoa.

Amazing taste. Espresso, dark chocolate, a hint of sweet cocoa. A little bit of charcoal.

Dry mouthfeel. Great depth.

If you ever have a chance to drink this beer, grab it!

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Photo of smakawhat
4.7/5  rDev +14.9%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured from the bottle into a nonic pint glass.

Minor gush, controllable. Hits the glass and makes a perfect uniform head, off tan in color a bit foamy, lost of retention, great cap. Body color is black, very much so, perhaps some red in there. It's nearly perfect looking.

Bouquet is great roasted malts. Beefy smoke, beechwood like rauchbier hints. Faint small milk chocolate on the nose also. Just fantastic

And on the palate, it's almost none of these things that hits first from the nose. It's licorice chew and grain density that hit first. Licorice nibs like black candy, then aftertaste of faint chocolate. Prickly carbonation palate, but manages a real playful sense, but doesn't get stout like thick. Leaves wonderful coating on the lips and teeth

Overall, dam this is really impressive, a nearly perfect beer for the style.

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Photo of Ljunkan
4.68/5  rDev +14.4%
look: 5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

Had this at Bishops Arms, Karlstad, together with Bananaman. Also tried it last Christmas eve, and I could definitely see a change since then. This was bottled 13 august last year, If I'm not misstaken.

When the bartender opened the bottle it almost exploded. Some beer poured out at the floor. Weird, you think a year would calm down the beer a bit...

The color is darkbrown with a large foam. It remains in the glass until the beer is finished. Nice.

The smell is of some smoke, chocolate, and some christmas-like spices.

The taste is chocolate, fudge, slightly of coffee, smoke, hints of grapefruit and citrus from the american hops.

Mouthfeel is very fullbodied, creamy and thick.

Nøgne Ø is one of my favourite breweries, and this could be their best beer. It tasted good in december, but tasted even better now in august.

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Photo of opwog
4.67/5  rDev +14.2%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Now listening to: Beach Boys - I Just wasn't Made For These Times

A- dark, dark brown with off white/light tan haead. About two finger head comes down to a consistant ring without any lacing.
S- lots of dark fruit, especially half way through drining it, enhanced with holiday spices.
T- just like aroma only maybe some chocolate
M- good carbonation, despite the head. good maltiness
D- F'n aye, man! Serve me another! Happy Holidays!

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Photo of mxchap
4.66/5  rDev +13.9%
look: 5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

(served in a 15cL sample glass)

Appearance: Very dark brown, hint of red. Rich creamy head
Aroma: Dark chocolate, coffee, and smoked malt.
Taste: Caramel, chocolate throughout, candied fruit, and toffee. A smokiness is also present.
Mouthfeel: Perfect! I wish most dark strong ales could match this. Dry finish but enough residual sugar to balance it.
Overall: Excellent winter ale!

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Photo of scottyshades
4.65/5  rDev +13.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

A: Pours an opaque black color that produces a fluffy mocha colored head that retains well and looks very creamy and tightly-knit. Guinness-esk creaminess.

S: A lot of lactose and caramel on the nose. Very sweet overall. Hops are not really noticeable at all, and with only 30 IBUs it's no surprise. Creamy and milky and definitely malt-dominant.

T: Very similar to the nose; creamy, milky, lots of lactose, chocolate, slight coffee, roasted/burnt flavors, and a touch of hop bitterness to back the malt wall. Very very sweet, with a touch of dark fruits, caramel, and molasses.

MF/D: Very creamy and viscous, amazing carbonation (barely any), with a lactose/chocolate finish.

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Photo of BobbyBeerman
4.65/5  rDev +13.7%
look: 5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Porter?? I could swear this was a stout. Imperial stout at that.

A: I'm actually backing it up to before the pour. When I popped the bottle it started to slowly expand out of the bottle. Carbonation that didn't want to be contained. It pours a deep dark brown/black that light cannot penetrate except around the edges. The head is tan and incredibly fluffy with big bubbles that eventually settles down to a persistent layer that leaves some good lacing.

S: Coffee, roasted malts, chocolate. I'm picking up some spices in there and alcohol.

T: It blends it all: chocolate, coffee, smoke, citrus (hops), maybe a hint of spice. Sweet with just a little bitterness on the back end.

M: Medium to heavy body. Despite the creeping out of the bottle and the incredible head there isn't that much carbonation to this. It continues its complexity to be creamy and dry at the same time.

D: I love this one but, after all, I am a fan of the dark side. I'm a little surprised that this doesn't carry an Imperial tag with it. I love the complexity and depth of this beer. I would put this on the list of beers you have to try.

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Photo of CampusCrew
4.65/5  rDev +13.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 5

appearance: deep dark brown, nearly ebony color, nice lacing body.

smell: nice chocolate/coffee aroma and roasted aromas

taste: tons of caramel but not sweet. rich flavor, mayeb the best porter I have ever had. Probably because it's like an imperial. Like the bitterness on the back vs sweetness

mouthfeel: medium to full bodied

drinkability: quite possibly the best porter I have ever had. american or english

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Photo of auxiliary
4.63/5  rDev +13.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4 | taste: 5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

appearance - Looks black, but it more of a dark brown clor. Crazy fluffy head formed, never seen big bubbles like this. Had a nice tan head that stuck around on the first full glass pour. Little bit of lace stuck, nothing noticeable.

smell - Cofee beans, and chocolate.

taste - Roasted malts, chocolate, coffee. Little bit of bitterness at the end, but I didn't notice it at first.

mouthfeel - Medium-full body.

drinkability - With all the hype on this brand, this was a good find. One of the best English porters I have had. Would buy this again, enjoyed it big time.

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Photo of avalon07
4.6/5  rDev +12.5%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 5

A: Poured from a bottle to a pint glass. Had a dark brown color and a thick texture. Some floaties present. There was an inch and a half of long-lasting, tan-colored, foamy head. Excellent lacing.

S: An enticing aroma of malt, chocolate, spices, coffee, and barley.

T: Tasted of nutmeg, chocolate, coffee, malt, and barley. Very complex and easy to drink. Not a classic English Porter, but in my opinion better than most in the style.

M: A well carbonated beer with a somewhat slick finish. Medium-bodied.

D: Absolutely excellent. One of the best porters of any kind I've had in awhile. Highly drinkable.

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Photo of farrago
4.57/5  rDev +11.7%
look: 4.5 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

Full finger of dense dark brown microfoam, barely dimples and leaves sheets down the glass walls rather than lacing streaks, very slow to dissolve. Completely opaque black with the barest hint of orange at the rims. Powerful nose of black licorice, juniper, Vienna roast coffee beans, bitter dark chocolate, caramel and nutmeg, moderately fruity, mainly plum, black cherry and blackberry, the breadiness is dense like a scone, no attempt at relieving the constant weight in your nostrils. Full-bodied, whereas its sweetness is not to be denied, the first thing which strikes you are the powerful hops which ratchets up the bitter bite, especially with grain, straw and pine notes. This helps keep the pacing brisk and shed extra poundage around the middle. All that coffee, dark chocolate, anise, vanilla bean, coconut flakes, ginger there in spades, again sweet but nowhere near "sugary," more like a dessert truffle or German chocolate cake, more focused on flavor intensity than satisfying a sugar jones. Indeed, almost an electric mouth presence.

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Photo of dfillius
4.55/5  rDev +11.2%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 5 | overall: 4.5

The first I've had from this renowned brewery. Glad to find it at BevMo Escondido. Enjoyed in an imperial pint glass.
A: Moderate pour yields a thin layer of tan head. Very dark brown (nearly opaque) liquid with red hints along edges. More head please.
S: Dark fruit, nice hops, roasted malt - very porter-like. A little alcohol is apparent.
T: Bittersweet chocolate like 70: Green & Black's. Cherry. Alcohol.
M: Bitter and perfectly carbonated. Has a great smoothness.
D: Very good. Delicious. Smooth and delightful. I see why there is a buzz about this brewery.

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Photo of tmitch75
4.54/5  rDev +11%
look: 4 | smell: 5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 4.5

500ml bottle purchased from West Lakeview Liquors in Chicago.

Dark color, a shade off of black, with a thick tan head.

Nice roasty smell with a little sweetness. Caramel and raisins. Smells awesome.

Roasty malt flavor too, with coffee and caramel, with an earthy hop presence. A little alcohol too.

Smooth medium- to full body. Very soft in my mouth.

Awesome beer. A nice example of the style and a great cold weather beer.

Tasted on 2/26/08.

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Photo of beerthulhu
4.5/5  rDev +10%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

A: Poured a dark, mahogany red with a spongey, 2 finger head that was medium khaki in color. Retention was excellent, still sturdy and strong with hardly a trace of give even after 5 full minutes of sitting about. The lacing was thick and lustrious making for a full sheet coating.

S: The aroma was equally impressive with a nice wintery pine scent, a rich caramel with a hint of fresh warm chocolate and cocoa notes. The Columbus hops provide a beautiful dry floral orchid aroma that is very distinguishable for those familiar with Anderson valleys hop ottin.

T: rich chocolate and cocoa, with a big helping of pine resin hopping. The Columbus hops soon kick in providing a pungent floral taste. A beautiful slightly burnt caramel sweetness, pine and spruce woodiness compliments the malting creating a wintery warm sensation and feel for this beer. Some light citrus, black cherries and dry holiday spicing rounds things out here. The flavor was exceptionally good, well balanced and was very smooth in transition of taste from start to finish.

M: light and silky, very luscious on the tongue with a warming feel and a soft carbonation. Very nice, with a dry fade of pine, coffee, and light charred woodiness for a fade and finish.

D: Drinkability was of course was very good, with a warming, beautiful winter feel that was beautifully exceuted making for a great example of style. One that is sure to warm and cheer you up.

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Photo of Immortale25
4.5/5  rDev +10%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Poured into a Sierra Nevada pint glass. No freshness date.

A- Pours a fully opaque black color with an inch of light tan head that retains a good while before trickling down to a 1/4 inch head and leaving a full coating of lacing behind.

S- Heavy wafts of clove and anise along with some nutmeg. Maybe some cardamom.

T- The cloves are nearly overpowering before the big malts come around and bring about some equilibrium. Some hops are detected but the spices steal the show with notes of anise, rosemary and even thyme. As one drinks on, there's eventually a warming caused by the high alcohol...but one does not care, for this is tasty. A bit of a metallic taste is sensed upon pouring the rest of the bottle into the glass and taking a sip, but this is easily overlooked.

M- Quite succulent actually. Borderline chewy. Medium-high carbonation.

O- Spectacular across the board.

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Photo of Asgeirr
4.5/5  rDev +10%
look: 4.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 5 | feel: 3.5 | overall: 4

Appearance: Nøgne Ø God Jul Anno 2007 pours a pitch dark, and obviously opaque, brown with a sepia-coloured crown of striking thickness eventually leaving plenty of lacing.

Smell: Tar, a lot of fucking tar to be precise, counterbalanced by ginger as a prominent freshness. Simple yet astonishingly impressive.

Taste: Wow! Obviously resounding of tar, thanks to the smoked malt we also get some liquorice. However this time around ginger makes a much more humble occurrence. This beer is extremely bold in its flavour, almost bordering at a whiskey-feel.

Mouthfeel: Medium full, as presumed low in carbonation, rather smooth but punishingly coarse in the aftertaste.

Drinkability: As anachronistic as it may seem, I tried this Yule-brew on Midsummer's Eve but Lord (Chtulhu ) oh Lord was it ever so delightful. Additionally, this particular beer goes great with chervil, tarragon and juniper-graved reindeer fillet -- enjoy!

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Photo of NeroFiddled
4.49/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 4.25 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Nøgne Ø Winter Ale
16.9 oz bottle, no apparent freshness dating.

As it is the month of May as I sit down to review this beer (labeled "Winter Ale") I highly doubt that this bottle is even close to being fresh. I'd guess it's about 8 to 10 months old. Surprisingly, it shows no signs of oxidation. Of course it does appear to be bottle-conditioned, which would help. As for the hops or anything else, I'm not sure. Keep that in mind...

It's a very dark mahogany brown in the glass, but not black. Initially it was clear, but once I roused the yeast it became cloudy. Of course that's fine for such a dark beer. The head is an orange-tinted dark tan, and although it drops, it does maintain a silky surface covering; and it does leaves nice spots of tiny lace around the glass.

The aroma displays dark fruit (cherries, raisin), light chocolate, some lightly smoky/roasty notes, and a bit of peppery and piney character. It's interesting and welcoming.

In the mouth it's medium bodied with a distinctly dextrinous edge. The carbonation is median, and it's delicately bristling before warming to become creamy smooth.

Flavor... ? The flavor is exactly as the aroma suggests it will be, but fuller. I get more fruit, including plums, figs, and some juicy apple; and I get more chocolate, fudge and toffee/dark caramel. What I don't find is a lot of dark roastiness, which I appreciate. If this is an English-style porter then we can leave that behind. There's a bit of coffee-like roastiness, yes, but it's more like a sweet and creamy coffee than espresso. It's not harsh or acidic, but as it warms it really opens up, and a much more smokey note appears. It becomes much rounder, and softer as well, with the sharper notes of the fruitiness fading into the cushion of the milk-chocolate and caramel drizzled malt. Ahh, and there are hops! It's fairly well balanced by a bitterness that keeps to the lower end but pushes at the malt, but there are also some pine and spruce-like and leafy hop flavors that appear in the finish. Quite nice. I'm thinking East Kent Goldings for the leafiness, but I'm not sure where the spruce and pine is coming from (Chinook? Actual spruce tips?). Surprising! Who would have thought it could be so complex at the start of the glass?

Overall, it's quite an impressive ale. It's surprisingly complex, and it takes the taster on a journey through several different types of flavors (fruitiness, maltiness, and hoppiness) while always displaying a varied 'listing' in each category, and never going overboard on any one of them. Nicely balanced. Superb!

Note: The recommended serving temperature for this beer is "12˚C/53˚F", and I would totally agree with that. However, I started this beer cooler, and without doing so I highly doubt you'd find such a variation of flavors.

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Photo of bilyboy65
4.49/5  rDev +9.8%
look: 3.5 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4 | overall: 5

Pouring my first glass almost caused the head to overflow it. After reading Jason's review I can say his warning is warranted.

Except for the brown head and the brown chunks of yeast floating in the glass this beer is pitch black. I'm guessing a million candle watt light to shine through this sucker. Nothing really marking the path on the glass however. This beer is very complex and as it warms to room temperature the more that becomes apparent. Starts off with the simple porter characteristics...malty, yeasty and somewhat bitter. Then as it warms it seems to develop a nice chocolate, caramel and slight hoppy scent to it. The taste follows the same path and it's awesome to drink in it's transformation. Very smooth heavy bodied beer, with surprisingly only a slight oily trail. This is easily one of my favorites and this is the first time I've ever had this beer.

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Photo of blackie
4.47/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Wasn't expecting this one to be a gusher, so of course I was far from any sink and surrounded by virgin white carpet...and nearly broke my Piraat snifter in my rush to keep the spew contained. So yeah, watch out for that. This one seemed appropriately named for one of the colder nights in awhile, with a low of 26. Yes I know, I live in NC.

a: Pours a healthy dark khaki head that shows just above average retention. Little to no lacing. The beer is a very dark brown in color.

s: Great blending here of dry bittersweet chocolate with lightly roasty black malt aromas, rounded out with a light-moderate milky sweetness. The chocolate presence smells delicious...very well integrated. An ever-so-light note of ethanol gives a sorty of spicy sweet aroma that combines well with a touch of wood way in the back. Notes of rich chocolate cake with heavy cream icing. A near perfect hopping allows the complexity to come through.

m: Smooth carbonation on the high end of medium, with a delicately medium-full body.

t: A gentle lactic sweetness smooths out a backbone of black malt and dusty, dry chocolate with a touch of light roast. Subtle, benign earthy hop flavor. Nice finish, with a light bitterness cleaning things up and a gentle roast and cocoa lingering. Extremely well made and beautifully blended...the subtle complexity makes me work for it, and thereby enjoy it that much more.

d: The ABV is practically a no show, great drinkability. Let this one warm a bit before drinking.

bottle from Bruisin' Ales

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Photo of TheQuietMan22
4.47/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Serving type: 500 ml bottle. No freshness date. The bottle cap was quite dusty so I assume it has been sitting around for a while. Hopefully not too long.

Appearance: Poured into a pint glass. The color is very cloudy black; it turned to a murky, deep amber brown when I held it to a lamp. There is quite a bit of sedimentation. Three fingers of dense, cappuccino-colored head dissipated slowly.

Smell: Brandy and a forest along the NorCal coast. Very sappy and evergreenish. The aroma is very intense and boozy, but it also has a very enticing and festive spiciness. Very herbal and woody (as oppose to tinny). Others have pegged it as juniper and I will refer to them. Underneath is a solid malt base of caramel and chocolate, but the spice and booze dominate.

Taste: The booze is completely masked by the herbal, woody spice. (Juniper? Perhaps. It tastes a little like pine, too.) Unlike the smell, though, the malts are much more pronounced and effective; caramel, toffee, and chocolate. The herbal spice and hops leave a subtle bitterness after each sip.

Drinkability: In essence, it tastes like a spiced Christmas wreath. And I have no problem with that because it is tasty as hell.

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Photo of BDTyre
4.47/5  rDev +9.3%
look: 4 | smell: 4.5 | taste: 4.5 | feel: 4.5 | overall: 4.5

Great winter warmer/porter style beer from Nogne-O.

Dark mahogny-rruby with a creamy, sandy coloured head. Spice, fruit and malt nose with a fair does of alcohol warmth.

Sweet, christmas pudding taste with a mild spiciness. There are raisins, cinnamon, brown sugar, cloves and nutmeg in there.

Very smooth, light carbonation. A bit of alcohol warmth there, but it doesn't take away from it.

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