Double Chocolate Brownie
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Solid beer but needed just a little more brownie note and head didn't stick around for long.
Not as advertised, but a good chocolate stout anyway. Big boozy coco, not sweet at all.
Opening the can, the aroma was like getting smacked in the face with a brownie. It’s dark, smooth, chocolately without being overpoweringly sweet. It’s a whole dessert.
Taste like a rich decadent brownie
Chocolaty, creamy, great texture, and consistent flavor. Just a really good imperial stout
Bitter, but plus half a star for the 12 perxent. Not as good as I'd hoped after my first Hubbard's Cave offering.
Heavy like most of Hubbard's cave,,not its best take! But still decent if you don't look at the name on the label lol!
Not tasting chocolate really. The other Hubbard’s pastry stouts I have had are much better.
Let it warm up just a bit, more of the flavors come through. Really tasty.
It’s like drinking brownie batter. Not overpowering with the chocolate. Mouthwatering. I want it for dessert every night.
Your mouth will feel like you just took a bite out of a brownie after every sip
Chocolate...that is all.
Help newbie craft beer lover. Finding many I really like. My favorite casual beer after a hard days work is an infused Guinness in a frosty pint. Can’t seem to find a craft dark beer yet that matches. I give it a 3 cause it’s not the one but I respect others high marks for this.
Another win for Hubbards Cave
I was expecting more flavor. Nice texture, thick and rich!
Didn’t taste like brownies or chocolate, much less double chocolate.
Dessert in a can
Very delicious. Not quite as sweet as I was hoping, but lots of chocolate there.
Bittersweet, roasted chocolate. So syrupy
Metallic sweetness with dark chocolate bitterness. Didn’t work for me.
Look: dark, almost black, rich foaming dark head about 1/4 inch. Very light lacing as we drank. The head disappeared almost instantly. Smell: boozy, roast, sweet Taste: sweet and toasty on the front, with heavy boozy character in the nose, heavy roast, almost coffee on the backend. No noticeable bitterness. If you really reach, dark chocolate on the very end nose. The flavor lingers for a little bit, but disappears rather quickly. Feel: sticky and full mouthfeel, with little carbonation. My wife got a bit crazy ordering beer from Tavour so we will have a lot of ratings coming on some pretty creative stuff from around the US. This beer was our first because it’s description from Tavour. We didn’t get “double chocolate”. If you are an imperial stout person you might like this one, but don’t expect dried fruits like most imperials. We could not get much chocolate or vanilla.
Sweet with no complexity. Some chocolate flavor but tastes almost artificial with a metallic aftertaste. Pretty disappointing.
Normally I would love this kind of beer but it doesn't hit the right notes. A rare miss for Hubbard, who normally nail it with these pastry stouts. Chocolate is there but not the dominant flavor. Distinct ashiness probably fr too much black patent malt
Very nice, but not actually super chocolaty.