Martin House Brewing Company
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About This Beer
When Martin House announced today’s massive 2-pack, we knew they weren’t messing around: “We’re gonna show you what Stoutin House has for breakfast, lunch, and dinner… No surprise, it’s STOUTS.” With gusto, those Texans boiled today’s opulent brew for eight whole days, letting it thicken up for devilishly malty, mouth coating flavors. Then, they laid it down in Texas-sourced whiskey barrels and let it rest for four months, imbuing the brew with caramel and butterscotch flavors.
This beer is good but, not great. The whiskey-barrel taste is mild. Overall, the imperial stout taste is worth finishing.
definitely strong very good tasty stout
thick and syrupy
Good solid imperial with just the right amount of barrel influence.
Overall a decent imperial Stout. Bourbon flavors were there although mild. However overall a decent finish.
a class act from presentation to finish. The nose is very minimal, almost non existent. slight wiffs of the barrel, unlike most ba’s that make you recoil and go “oh god, what did i get myself into”. The flavor is the opposite. Big ol barrel kick on the front with a little bit of saltiness. then it goes into dark chocolate and coffee notes, and finishes with a very nice smokey flavor from the oak char, all the while maintaining a thick and velvety mouth feel. No presence of the soy sauce that comes from botching the barrel aging. This is absolutely a bar setter for what a barrel age stout should strive to be. Big, powerful, Oaky, boozy, but rounded off enough to keep you wanting more. damn happy i got 2 of these cans.
good, but not great
although advertised as thick, it’s actually very thin