Black is Beautiful - Blueberry Blackberry Maple
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Interesting take on a stout. I don’t think I like stouts anymore
Too much of a burnt flavor after then sweetness subsides. Strong brew.
What a treat! Complex flavors, truly delicious.
Didn't do it for me
Maple faded into the back
Tastes like I’m dunking my fruit pancakes in coffee. Tasty!
Average stout not much blueberry
The blueberry and maple play such a warming role in this beer. Seriously one of the best beers I’ve had with such a great message behind it
This tastes like a stout is supposed to taste. It's dark and creamy with a touch of bitter at the end. What is disappointing about this beer is the blueberry, blackberry, and maple just don't come through. If you close your eyes you might be able to convince yourself that the bitter taste at the end is blackberry but you'd be fooling yourself.
Had a slightly more bitter finish than i would have liked, but that is minor compared to the robust flavoring. Great stout!
An imperial stout as black as my heart. Strong cocoa start (or is that maple?) - very good - but the finish is a bit bitter and leaves my mouth dry and poor, like a passed over call girl on a Saturday night. Overall, very much like bitter sweet chocolate in a glass. Okay.
Mixed berry flavor with a side of maple syrup. Thumbs up
Slightly bitter at the end. Was hoping for more a more berry/maple forward flavor.
More drinkable than the Forest fortress but missing the beautiful nuttiness. The maple brings a nice sweetness but the fruit isn't as distinct as they could be.
Truly disappointed in the complete lack of fruit profile. Tiny bit of maple flavor but nothing comes through in terms of berries. Was really looking forward to this one but it’s only mediocre.
The black fruit makes this. Nice
"chocolate chip pancakes with berry compote and maple syrup?" This beer was brewed with exactly 0 fruit or maple. Starting to think tavour doesn't actually try the beers they write reviews for, especially since almost all of them compare the stouts to pancakes.