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Brewed By: Weyerbacher Brewing Co.

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Number of Ratings: 321

Style: Belgian Imperial Stout

Brewed In: 905 Line St, Easton, PA 18042, USA

ABV: 11.8%

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Xavier profile pictureXavier - August 11, 2014
Good stout. Interesting with Belgium yeast
aaf145 profile pictureaaf145 - June 24, 2014
One of my favorite weyerbacher products to date ... Love the abv.. Nice dark chocolate flavor, with Belgian candi sugar added..finishes so smooth with a minimal alcohol burn.. Could drink multiple bottles.well worth the $7 bucks I paid for this big bottle... 4 stars
paulintime profile picturepaulintime - March 9, 2014
Syrupy and dark. Looks like dirty motor oil - but in a great way. Sweet and smooth.
flixinnag profile pictureflixinnag - January 19, 2014
Very good and very potent.
beermeseymore profile picturebeermeseymore - November 28, 2013
Dark chocolate and light alcohol effervescence. Flavor is smooth with a dark chocolate finish. Really nice with a good alcohol kick. profile - August 5, 2013
Try mixing 50:50 with their Imperial pumpkin ale. It's awesome!
craigdshaffer profile picturecraigdshaffer - July 31, 2013
One of the best stouts I've tasted
Jackets60 profile pictureJackets60 - May 24, 2013
About 1 year old bottle. Very little head. Dark black. Dark fruits on the nose and taste. Hints of coffee. Another solid Weyerbacher brew. Didn't blow my mind though.
Kevipoo profile pictureKevipoo - April 7, 2013
Delicious chestnut skin body with a huge chocolate and veiny member noted. Large girthy coffee flavors penetrating your mouth and sliding across your taste buds leaving them yearning and wanting for more. An all around savory delight that will leave you quivering and questioning your beer.
the2thdoc profile picturethe2thdoc - March 1, 2013
My premier pick for a vinous beer. Any wine snob that looks down on the vast breadth of beer styles needs to taste this beer!
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