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32 ratings
3.9
Cast Iron Billy
10.5% Imperial Stout
Rich and warming with notes of coffee, chocolate and liquorice.

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Post author: Patou
Patou
4 months ago
3.9
IS très sympa ! Un côté plutôt gourmand qui peut effectivement rappeler la datte. Texture légèrement épaisse, alcoolisée. Pas mal du tout !

Post author: Karl G
Karl G
@ Pressure Drop x Verdant Experiment
6 months ago
3.2
As you can see … no head to speak of but a good depth of flavour to this stout.

Post author: Looping
Looping
@ Rte de Donatyre 30, Villarepos
8 months ago
3.9
Impérial brown stout, nez légèrement douce, marshmallow ,on sent bien l‘alcool, café

Post author: Looping
Looping
@ Felsberg
9 months ago
3.8
Impérial brown stout, légèrement douce, on sent bien l‘alcool, café

Post author: Christian K
Christian K
@ Felsberg
9 months ago
3.8
Stout assez douce et alcoolisée. Notes de raisin, dates et chocolat. Sympa!

Post author: Teddy
Teddy
1 year ago
4.2
Aus einem Beutezug im Craftbeercorner Köln. Das Imperial Brown Stout ergießt sich als tiefdunkle Flüssigkeit ohne nennenswerte Schaumbildung ins Glas. Es steigen Aromen, die an Toffifee und Rumrosinen erinnern in die Nase. Im Mund eine ölige Flüssigkeit, wenig Kohlensäure, viel Süße, Geschmacksnoten von Kakao und Marzipan. Dabei im Abgang sehr harmonisch.

Post author: A C Breezy
A C Breezy
1 year ago
4.6

Post author: Mac
Mac
2 years ago
4.5

Post author: Chris O
Chris O
3 years ago
4.1
Served below room temperature, but it was like sipping a warm cup of treacle mixed with a dash of coffee. I had to check if it really was that thick. Do not drink if you plan to operate heavy machinery!!

Post author: James Š
James Š
@ James' House
3 years ago
4.9
Bloody gorgeous! I had to stop my self gulping it down, it was that tasty. Served just below room temperature there was no alcohol burn and it was smooth and mellow with all the right proportions of roast malts, coffee and chocolate going on. As the beer warmed, raisin flavours developed to give a slight fruity sweetness to the beer. An absolutely fantastic example of a brown stout.