Tranquil milk-sugared Imperial Stout layers creamy milk chocolate fudging above mild hop roast, picking up subtle coffee, coconut, vanilla, bourbon and Black Forest cake licks. Black chocolate syrup finish gains dried fruited whim while lingers softly.
Finally, a perfect Baltic Porter rich with flavor and never overcome by murky stylistic propensities like desiccated mocha powdering and uncertain earthen hop dankness. Instead, this enlightened Saboteur delights the tongue with rich black chocolate syruping, thick molasses fudging and chewy cookie dough malting, adding a profound milk stout dimension to the reluctant Baltic style. Dark toffee, burnt caramel, sugared cocoa, chocolate cake, dark rum, cafe latte, hazelnut coffee, dried cherry and anise tones abound above oats-dried charcoal hop bittering. Highly recommended.
Nebulous schwarzbier never catches fire. Indecisive dark-roast mocha malting wavers above chalky cocoa, soy, cola, walnut and port irrelevance. Milk-sugared brown chocolate center needs more prominence. A true goat!
Durable Brit-American hybrid offers hard-watered English-styled herbal dewiness and toasted grain pleasantry to citric hop-forward American IPA crisping (and mild cookie dough sweetness). Zesty orange-peeled lemon rind bittering perfectly contrasts floral tangerine-grapefruit-peach-apricot tang. Recommended.
On tap at Poor Henry’s, magnificent soft-toned India Pale Ale boasts busy fruited flavor profile above resinous pine pungency and musky cannabis snip. Syrupy peach, mango, cantaloupe, honeydew, apricot and fig sweetness as well as honeyed caramel malts luxuriously contrast citric-pined hop bittering. A small step beyond the usual lemony grapefruit-orange West Coast-styled IPA’s.