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Mill Street Imperial Chocolate Stout

Mill Street Imperial Chocolate Stout

Rated 3.420 by BeerPals
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Brewed by Mill Street Brewery

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Style:  Imperial Stout

8% Alcohol by Volume

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ID: 50385 Last updated 8 years ago Added to database 8 years ago

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Statistics

Overall Rank4865
Overall Percentile89.7
Style Rank585 of 1779
Style Percentile67.1
Lowest Score3.9
Highest Score4.2
Average Score4.050
Weighted Score3.420
Standard Deviation0.000

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  • PALEALERIDER 2233 reviews
    rated 3.9 8 years ago

    Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 7 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 8

    Enjoyed at the Ottawa brewpub with Chopz. In a tall glass, has a light brownish, thick and creamy head. Dark brown colour with reddish hues. Aromas of chocolate and coffee. Flavours are of nice sweet chocolate with a huge hit of coffee and some roasted malts and notes of mocha. Some mild spices as well. Creamy and full bodied, lacing is ok, weak carbonation. Pretty tasty and glad to have tried from the last keg (being replaced with the Vanilla Porter)

  • CHOPZ 5615 reviews
    rated 4.2 8 years ago

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

    Noticed that this was their last keg of this, for this year, so went to the Ottawa pub right away. Pours a dark brown colour with a creamy (nitro) beige head that has great retention and thick full lacing. Coffee smell at first, but then, bittersweet chocolate and vanilla with time. Becomes sweeter as the beer warms up. Silky creamy mouthfeel. Wet, but with a mild dry finish. No burning at all though. The roasted malt is smooth tasting, with coffee notes, and the chocolate comes out in the finish. This last one is more on the bitter side of things (than sweet). The hop also lingers nicely giving a nice grassiness, an even vanilla. This impy is quite easy to drink and well-balanced with all the flavours and aromas. Glad I could try this one (and will again next year... hopefully making this one again).

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