TripleBerry Hazelnut Smoothie Stout
Untitled Art Brewing
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Tripleberry is so pleasant with the hazelnut as a refreshing addition
Dessert with a fruit
Nice cocoa and raspberry taste, but overall not for me.
This was just too frothy and slushy for me.
To much hazelnut
Flavors don’t really work. Thin texture.
Good balance overall. Probably has more hazelnut due to aftertaste. Above average stout. Doesn't taste artificial. Decent enough that would want again at some point.
Worst beer I’ve had from this app. Might consider asking for money back. Still have 1 more can to dump down the drain, which I’ve Never done In My Life
Upon first sip you can definitely taste the hazelnut and it really does taste like a PB&J sandwich, however after the first sip, the aftertaste leaves a texture and taste of cough syrup. The stout is extremely thick and smoothie definitely fits for the name. Great concept, not a great execution.
Hazelnut heavy. Not terrible but not my favorite.
Wasnt too bad. Mainly got a very slight berry at first immediately taken over by a general stout flavor. Ends with a subtle nutty taste from the hazelnut.
If smoothies are your thing, you'll dig this. They nail the flavor & mouthfeel. This is my first venture to the smoothie category and, maybe it's just not as much my "love thing." I'm rating higher than I like - because to be fair, it's what you'd absolutely expect from the description.
Strikes an awesome balance with hazelnut and berries. Truly a Pb&j type beer.
Not a total hazelnut fun. But this is rather smooth, hazelnut is subtle enough to complement the berries.
We usually write detailed reviews but this beer is WEIRD and we I really don’t have anything good to say about it. It’s very boozy upfront followed by fruit and a little chocolate. You definitely get chocolate in the smell but it doesn’t taste that chocolatey. And the look… Have you ever seen the Austin Powers movie where they took a sample from fat bastard and Austin drank it because he thought it was coffee?? Yeah… No exaggeration… I’d upload a picture if we could. So this is definitely a beer we would not repeat.￼
Pb and I
12oz can from Tavour. Dark brown pour with a thin beige head. Aroma seems evenly divided between hazelnut and berries. Taste also seems split equally and brings a little chocolate. Sweet, fruity, rich. Nice work.
Thick and sweet. Interesting
One of my favorite beers now. Super interesting berry flavor mixed with chocolate. So good!
Light nutty flavor, berry taste fairly subtle
Not what I would expect from UA. Dumped it.
Its aroma is amazing, the acidity from the berries is well balanced with hazelnut
Tastes just like the name
Makes me want to tour their facilities with a beer that good.
Barrel Age it!
Excellent desert beer with a punch
Big berry & cocoa. 10% ABV is well disguised. This is a great beer! I should have bought 2 more. Sharing w/ the wife for early V-day.
Lives up to the smoothie style, but in a nutty, sweet stout form.
Much more hazelnut than berry, but I really enjoyed that. The picture looks like a different beer - it poured thick and chocolatey, looked more Yoo-Hoo than the image. Super smooth and rich.
Awful, awful, awful
You can definitely taste the berries and it’s not overly sour. Definitely has a little kick at 10% ABV
Flavor is of strong raspberry with a rich chocolate undertone. Lactose comes through as well. Body is absurdly thick, easily the thickest beer I've ever had. Legitimately smoothie-like. Very interesting, very berry-forward. Drinks smooth but slow and heavy. Very worth trying just on uniqueness, but won't appeal to most stout fans if they're not onboard with the immense raspberry froth.
Heavy strawberry and thick chocolate
Wish there was more hazelnut flavor
dark and nutty sip that leads to a juicy, jammy finish. Not super strong hazelnut flavor tho
This has an unpleasant scent, but the taste is divine.
All the stouts I’ve gotten from UA have been out of this world! Like a dark boozy grown up PB&J in a glass.
I could taste the hazelnut bit missed out on any fruit, I wanted the fruit hazelnut mix like chocolate with fruit flavoring to stand out.
The berries were a bit sour for my liking but ultimately a very nice finish.
Very sweet, almost too sweet
A bit too much berry for my taste... but that is what it promises. Nice for a dessert. Also, strong without the usual high ABV aftertaste.
Too much berry. Too sweet.
The best stout I have had the pleasure of sipping! It did the trick with hazelnut smoothly making the turn into a nice sting of berries! Full throat with full delicious flavor!
Weird, but not bad
I liked it and think this could be good space to experiment. Almost had me question if it was a stout when I came back to taste again. Fruited stout? Not the top untitled art beer but am glad to partake in the decent ones to kick into those fabulous heers enjoyable. sweetness, acids(from fruit?) together left behind none of the stout profile I think of. This needs someone ready to try untraditional creations, it’s not your 2000’s chili infused stout.
You really get that blend of berry and hazelnut
Hope you like hazelnut. Really tasty and unique dessert beer. Very berry flavored and rich.
Berries on the nose are drowned out on the palate by the hazelnut. Still good, still an Untitled Art stout.
To much like an actual smoothy
This was a real treat, the berry flavors were not overly done. I would buy it again.
Thick and boozy.
Hazelnut punches ya the berry follows I’m enjoying it!
Very intense mix of Hazelnut, Chocolate and Berry. Brew is viscous and reminds me in color of a Chocolate Yoohoo. What throws me off is there is that you can taste the can on this one. Very unpleasant Metallic Aftertaste clashes with the rest of what's going on. Also, when the beer warms up, that taste intensifies.
Thick and tangy . A fruity nutty flavor with almost a syrup like texture
Super delish! Tasted just like a smoothie with a tinge of smokiness. This was pretty good!