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97 • Goose Island Beer Co. 2008 Bourbon County Brand Stout.
Opaque brown black color with a saffron tint and lacy reddish brown color. Intense aromas of vanilla bean, spice, toffee, and caramelized roasted nuts follow through on a rich, chewy entry to a dry-yet-fruity full body with delicious toasted raisin bread and dried cherry notes. Finishes with a long, complex, evolving toasted oak fade. A powerful and decadent imperial wood aged stout. (tasted on Jan-16-2009)
94 • Rogue Ales Imperial Chocolate Stout.
Muddy black brown color with a medium brown head. Aromas of cashew brittle,melted toffee, vanilla custard, and crayon follow through on a rich, supple entry to a fruity yet dry full body with fruit cake and delicate spice notes. Finishes with a rich artisanal (Venezuelan?) chocolate fade. A delicious post-prandial treat. (tasted on Jan-07-2009)
94 • Rogue Ales 2006 Imperial Stout.
Muddy black brown color with a taupe head. Toffee, molasses, and black peppercorn aromas have a mossy clay edge and follow through on a rich, chewy entry to a dry-yet-fruity full body with great smoothness, depth and balanced. Finishes with a long, charred nut, bitter chocolate, and mossy river stone fade with great astringency. (tasted on Jan-07-2009)
93 • Harmon Brewing Co. Sasquatch Stout.
Deep brown black color with a reddish tint and a tan lacy head. Chocolate and roasted pecan aromas follow through on a soft, chewy entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with toasted coconut and bitter citrus peel notes. Finishes with a long, toasted fruit-nut cake, coffee and molasses fade with balancing astringent hops. A very well made and satisfying imperial stout. (tasted on Jan-16-2009)
90 • Bastone Brewery The Midnight Oil Imperial Stout.
Deep dark brown color with a wispy tan head. Baker's chocolate, faint dried cherry, and subtle pork fat aromas follow through on a soft, creamy entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with a touch of cherry cider, mashed fig, and Brazil nut. Finishes with a smooth, chewy oily fade. Nicely balanced and highly drinkable for an imperial stout. (tasted on Jan-16-2009)
88 • North Peak Brewing Co. Imperial Stout.
Opaque black brown color with a frothy medium brown color. Chocolate covered nut and delicate coffee aromas follow through on a satiny, smooth entry to dry medium-to-full body with bitter roasted espresso bean and kiwi notes. Finishes with chocolate covered lemon rind and nectarine skin fade. (tasted on Jan-16-2009)

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