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Brewed By: Rogue Ales & Spirits

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Number of Ratings: 160

Style: Schwarzbier

Brewed In: 2320 SE Marine Science Dr, Newport, OR 97365, USA

ABV: 6%

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Tasting Notes

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BZintheHizzy profile pictureBZintheHizzy - February 12, 2015
Very smooth dark chocolate taste
brubaker profile picturebrubaker - March 8, 2014
Malty goodness
subwaymark profile picturesubwaymark - July 3, 2013
A bit bitter for me, but not not bad
jeffacarp profile picturejeffacarp - March 22, 2013
Excellent! Thick, roasty, and almost stout like with strong hints of coffee, yet a subtle hoppie bitterness.
dlitolff profile picturedlitolff - January 25, 2013
Pitch black beer, smooth as silk, roasted malt taste with chocolate offset by some hop bitterness. Not bad. Only drink one, lots of roastiness. Bottle, January, 2013.
bugs318 profile picturebugs318 - June 18, 2012
It pours a fine black with excellent mocha lacing, though the thickness of head and retention were tough to gauge since the poor pourer hindered me here. Aroma is primarily of excellent coffee with traces of chocolate and bready malts. Bitter espresso notes in the mouth are tempered by a semi-sweet dark chocolate and toasty breaded molasses hint. Medium full bodied with fair carbonation leads to an almost spicy crispness on the tongue alongside a lingering finish that is as delicious and complex as the beer itself. Hands down the best lager I have ever tasted. Grade: A+
WagonStyle profile pictureWagonStyle - June 2, 2012
Smells like a mocha frap tastes like coffee with a sour hop taste.
smells like poor profile picturesmells like poor - May 15, 2012
Pitch black, brown head, minimal lacing, tons of roasted malt, coffee, sweetness that can't be placed, slight soapy aroma, tons of coffee, dark chocolate, and hops, medium to heavy body, moderat carbonation, finishes wet
witchal profile picturewitchal - May 12, 2012
Pours black but medium bodied with a copper head that fade quickly. Sweet smokey nose. Surprisingly no sweetness or bitterness on the pallet. Light, smokey Carmel notes. Now I need a steak to go with the beer!
Jake G. profile pictureJake G. - April 7, 2012
Goddamn fantastic. Holy hell I'd put this stuff in my cornflakes every morning. Rogue is bad ass
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