Profile of Ragnarok
Profile of Ragnarok
From Junction City, Kansas, United States
Last seen drinking Nothing!
Alcoholic with a Skydiving problem. Serious beer drinker. I have been a "Beer Guy" for about 10 years now. Too bad it took me so long to find a site like this. It has prompted me to take notes and now has given me a place to not only share my experiences, but learn from others. I feel that I will gain far more than I will have to offer.
The Bruery Coton
rated 4.3 11 years ago
Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 9
Almost like Jesus jizzed in my mouth. Almost..... 14.5% abv. Bring it. Beautiful pour. Deep, dark amber. And the aroma. Alcohol, with cinnamon, brown sugar, fig, and molasses. And the flavor. Buy the way, I had sex with my wife halfway through this one. Yea, it was that good. The beer, dude, was that good. Once you open this and pour it into a glass and take the first sip, you are committed. This will put you down. Albiet humanely, but still you will fall in supplication to this brew. What a way to go. On with the flavor/mouthfeel - Heavy on the rich - brown sugar, molasses, fig, with single malt scotch and a touch of peat, tobacco and flannel, and alcohol. Smoky. Finish is balanced and and dark. How do you live? You may find youeself asking this question as you attempt to finish the bottle when you drink this brew. Not for the uninitiated, nor for the unprepared. Strictly for experts only. Slainte!!!
The Bruery Mischief
rated 3.9 11 years ago
Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 7 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 8
You will want to keep an eye out. This brew pours a hazy honey gold. Head is thick and laces the glass nicely. Aroma is decieveing. Do not let this brew fool you. Yes, the notes are of lemon and ginger, bright and balanced. But first sip and this brew literally punches you in the face. Let it warm a bit and the boldness of the hops mellows. Granny Smith, ginger, lemon, and cedar are prominent. Finish lingers and the aftertaste hangs around for a while. Dry character, with in your face attitude. This may be overstated, but I would drink this with a real good hot dog with crout and milled mustard. Not for the uninitiated. Beginners, beware. Almost makes me think "Gran Cru" light. Thanks to my lovely Bride for getting this for me.
The Bruery 3 French Hens
rated 3.9 12 years ago
Aroma: 8 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 8 | Flavor: 7 | Overall: 8
Another I hate to open right now. Rich sweet dark fruit and spice. Very rich brew. Best over the holidays. I really enjoy this and wish that I could have aged it for a few years. Shows alot of promise.
Firestone Walker 14
rated 4.5 12 years ago
Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 9 | Mouthfeel: 9 | Flavor: 9 | Overall: 9
Pours opaque obsidian. Light, short lasting head. Bourbon is in the front, with rich dark fruit and vanilla with light notes of oak. Dark chocolate and moalsses are very present, along with tobbaco and tar. Mouthfeel is rich and decadent. Think rich cheesecake. Finish is richly complex. Tar, tobbaco, dark chocolate, vanilla, burbon, and oak. I want to say there is fig in there. A truly amazing brew. One fro Firestone and Walker!!! Slainte!!!
Dogfish Head Miles Davis' Bitches Brew
rated 4.3 12 years ago
Aroma: 9 | Appearance: 8 | Mouthfeel: 9 | Flavor: 8 | Overall: 9
Gesho, Gesho, Gesho. Pours a rich obsidian. Head is thin and dissipates quickly. Strong tobbaco and molasses are on the aroma with light notes of nutmeg honey. Forst sip is strong, bitter molasses, bitter gesho, and very dark fruit. Dark rasin, brown sugar, with vanilla and tobbaco. Mouthfeel is mellow and rich. Almost have to chew, but not quite. Finish is oaked and woodsey. Floral with honey and cardamom (sp?) I hate that I had to drink this right now, would rather have saved it for a special occasion. Enjoy!!! Slainte!!!