Beyond amazing. It perfectly captures all of the flavors it attempted. Upfront they all blend together perfectly and you are left with a residual mix of graham and chocolate lingering. It's ridiculously good.
27 February 2015
For 3 Floyd's Fifteenth Anniversary they collaborated with three other major breweries for this beer. My brother got his hands on one and it was delicious.
Lots of flavors all around and they blended better as it warmed up. The Brunch Stout was always prominent in the end. Very good beer.
Got this as a gift from my friend Wes.
It was canned less than a week before I drank it, and it was pretty good.
Brewed with eight different hops, it is FULL of a wide variety of flavors with only a mild dry-bitterness in the backend. Really enjoyable.
17 February 2015
A little more dry than I tend to like in a Belgian, but there are amazing flavors and a really robust profile going on. It's taken multiple drinks to feel like I am actually getting everything this beer has to offer. It seems to be getting better as it warms up.
So, my friend Marnee and I enjoy some sour together. So, when she told me about a Mikkeller tapping event and said she found a new favorite sour, I had to come try it.
Really good sour flavor that goes down very smooth. Can't say it's the best I've had, but it is very very tasty.
16 February 2015
Not my kind of beer.
It very light and has no bitterness, but the coffee flavor is way too powerful for me. I do enjoy the chocolate flavors in the back end - so the after taste is fine, but drinking it is just not very good.
Another typical beer from Dogfish Head. I can tell that it was brewed with quality, I can taste the flavors - but it's nothing that I am obsessed over. I don't need to drink it again, but I did enjoy trying it.
They served this to us too cold, and I didn't care for the flavors at first.
Let it sit for ten minutes an suddenly this was an amazingly delicious beer that I am really enjoying. Really smooth and no bitters with some great cacao flavors. Very enjoyable.
Pretty decent stout. Not as "milky" as most milk stouts I've tried, very light and watery. The peanut butter flavor kicks in very late, but makes the aftertaste very enjoyable.
05 February 2015
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01 February 2015
A very interesting and enjoyable flavor going on in this brown ale - which is said be brewed with brown sugar. The sweetness comes through in the back half after a very nice and bold brown ale taste up front. A little lighter than I would expect, but it's very good. Quite possibly the best beer I've had from Scarlet Lane.