Friday, July 2, 2010
Ratebeer 3.07 53rd percentile
Beer Advocate B
This was one of the first craft beers that opened my eyes. The flavours are just as I remembered them. The aroma was roasted malts with thin coffee. Toasted malts carried a creamy light bitter chocolate all over the mouth. Your mouthfeel was full with low carbonation and oily vanilla highlights.
Oddly the aftertaste didn't last that long. It was a dry and crisp ending. Only a slight roast and bitter chocolate remained.
Alcohol Content -1 4.2%
Even better at almost session strength.
This is a great stout; mild in alcohol but big in flavour.
Ingame Enhancement +1
Toronto provides a great opportunity to sample all the great craft beers available in Ontario.
This is a great dry stout. The flavours of roasted coffee and bitter chocolate are packed with low alcohol to make this an easily repeatable beer.
The Great Irish Stout Blind Taste Test
Old #38 Stout (North Coast)