This has been around a long time, but it is the first time I've sampled it. SA was at the Blooms & Brews this weekend. A sweet stout with good malt and moderate (for a stout) hopping. A little chocolate, a little roasty, a little black patent. The finish is slightly sweet and then ... it disappears completely! I've never had a stout that didn't linger on the tongue, this one doesn't. Every sip is a separate experience. Not bad, just unusual in the style. Actually a pleasant change from the mega-imperials so common today.
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