Review: Aslan Brewing Satan's Airport | Craft Beer & Brewing
Aslan Brewing Satan's Airport
95 out of 100

Style: Imperial Milk Stout

ABV: 9.5 IBU: 75

95/100
Aroma: 11
Appearance: 3
Flavor: 20
Mouthfeel: 4

Aslan Brewing Satan's Airport

What the brewers say

“Imperial milk stout brewed with more than 60 pounds of custom-roasted organic Guatemalan coffee beans. Pitch black in color, malty and smooth.This beer is over the top in all the right ways!”

What our panel thought

Aroma: “Huge coffee nose—like a nitro cold brew. It’s green roast coffee, chocolate-coated coffee beans, caramel, apple esters, graham crackers, and Kahlua.”

Flavor: “Huge! Sweet malty richness, great malt character behind the coffee/roast flavor: dates, raisin, caramel, and toffee. Despite that, the coffee and roast are strong enough to drive the flavor. Very estery, strong spicy alcohol. Coffee character has serious depth. Good-quality roast coffee with fruity/peppery notes.”

Overall: “A rich flavor bomb. An all-about-the-coffee stout —like drinking chocolate-coated coffee beans. And for as heavy as this beer is up front, the brightness on the finish is very interesting.”

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