X9 865cc Coffee Stout - Stout - Duclaw Brewing (Baltimore, Maryland) - ABV 6.2 %

This brew is the 9th experiment in the Exile Series, hence the name X9. Poured from a bottle this beer pours black with a smallish khaki colored head. Huge roasted coffee aroma and a bit of dark chocolate. The taste follows the nose with a big coffee presence, a bit of cocoa and a bit of vanilla. This brew has the right sweetness for a coffee stout, on a scale of 1 to 10 the sweetness is about a 6, not to sweet but enough to balance out the big roasted coffee flavor. Alcohol is pretty well hidden and considering the bold flavors this beer is actually quite smooth. If your a coffee lover, especially dark coffee, you will enjoy this beer.

RATING of 8.9 out of 10


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