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Brewed By: Great Divide Brewing Company

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Number of Ratings: 1701

Style: American Double / Imperial Coffee Stout

Brewed In: 2201 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO 80205, USA

ABV: 9.50%

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Yeti with Espresso Stout (Oak Barrel Aged)

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Tasting Notes

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The Juggernaut profile pictureThe Juggernaut - March 12, 2013
Lots of espresso up front and oak/vanilla aftertaste. Buy again
bmcgtex profile picturebmcgtex - March 3, 2013
Like licking a Yeti in the best way possible
pem16 profile picturepem16 - March 1, 2013
For those who love coffee style stouts,this is a good one. Sweet coffee profile up front with a chocolatey/malty backbone.
bdub30 profile picturebdub30 - February 25, 2013
Pours thick and jet black. Light brown creamy head dissipates pretty quick. Nose of coffee, chocolate and roasted malt. Great balance of coffee flavor with hints of chocolate and lots of hops. Hides the alcohol content pretty well. I like this version better than the regular oak aged yeti. Great imperial stout.
jaywill1323 profile picturejaywill1323 - February 20, 2013
Dark mahogany in color like black coffee with a brown head and thick chocolatey espresso notes like manhattan special. Very dark and creamy espresso forward, super smooth with a lingering dark chocolate finish. Lots of chocolate and coffee but smooth. No strong alcohol taste. This is a very smooth imperial stout.
jalexanderk profile picturejalexanderk - February 17, 2013
Amazing! Just had this as a stout float on my birthday! Never been a desert fan but this is heavenly. profile - January 20, 2013
Lots of chocolate and coffee but smooth. No strong alcohol taste. This is a very smooth imperial stout.
Nathaniel profile pictureNathaniel - November 17, 2012
Wonderful notes of rich, dark espresso. Milky smooth. Slight, bright bite. Lovely aftertaste of cream, nuts, and coffee.
B-Fake!!! profile pictureB-Fake!!! - November 10, 2012
Very good beer. Not very oaky, but very espresso-y. Tastes like a good stout with a few shots of espresso in it. I'm not real big on coffee, but whatever they did, they did it right, this beer is delicious.
napalm211 profile picturenapalm211 - September 12, 2012
Better then just the Oak Aged, but only an average stout. Smooth for the 9.5 though.
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