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Blue Mountain Dark Hollow Coffee & Chocolate Aged

Blue Mountain Dark Hollow Coffee & Chocolate Aged

Rated 3.325 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Blue Mountain Brewery

Afton, VA, United States

Style:  Imperial Stout

10% Alcohol by Volume

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This liquid is the alpha and the omega; you need nothing else. Our flagship imperial stout has been aged in charred American oak bourbon barrels with African cacao nibs and locally roasted coffee. Dark, bitter cocoa blends with sweet malt; robust coffee mellows in the presence of oak-imparted vanilla and bourbon flavors. Enjoy this one at the end of a fine meal with good friends.

ID: 51410 Last updated 9 years ago Added to database 9 years ago

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Overall Rank8967
Overall Percentile82.1
Style Rank1145 of 2077
Style Percentile44.9
Lowest Score4.3
Highest Score4.3
Average Score4.300
Weighted Score3.325
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • SLOWRUNNER77 5682 reviews
    rated 4.3 9 years ago

    Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 9 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 8

    Intriguing. So apparently there is a regular old barrel aged version of this beer, and then this - with the extra aging on coffee and cocoa nibs. I'd love to have them side by side. This beer was a little on the thin side, but so very smooth, the slight thinness (thinosity) being its only fault. Pretty well balanced and decadent. I'd say the coffee comes out more, and the barrels and chocolate share the rest. Liked it from start to finish. Fairly likely to be bumped up to a 4.4 if/when i get to revisit this. This is the type of barreled stout that would win over those who think most BA beers are too barrel prevelant (and some definitely are, but not this baby).

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