Review: Coronado Brewing Company Barrel-Aged Stupid Stout | Craft Beer & Brewing
Coronado Brewing Company Barrel-Aged Stupid Stout
83 out of 100

Style: Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout

ABV: 9.0

83/100
Aroma: 9
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 17
Mouthfeel: 4

Coronado Brewing Company Barrel-Aged Stupid Stout

What the brewers say

“A roasty, chocolaty barrel-aged liquid treasure that leaves you dreaming of vanilla bourbon notes.”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Strong bold aroma. Some toffee and caramel. Strong malt sweetness, sweet cocoa powder, and almond with lots of vanilla to fill the gaps. Strong butterscotch or Butterfinger.”

Flavor: “The flavor starts with a dry chocolate sweetness and carries through with some bitterness that leaves a slight astringent finish. Lots of roast character in the flavor. Rich sweet milk chocolate and almond throughout with vanilla supporting. The butterscotch continues into the flavor, but with an increase in complexity, from intense chocolate and roast. The warmth hits in the finish. And the beer finishes with some chewiness left on the tongue.”

Overall: “Some nice chocolate and malt sweetness. This beer is pretty heavy through the finish. Not bad, just a little odd. Butterscotch or Butterfinger on the nose and more in the flavor. This beer is like drinking a liquified butterscotch chocolate malt ball.”

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