Day 9 of Taste-Mas 2016: Railway City Brewing Black Coal Stout 473 ml

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Style: Stout | Body: Medium/Full | Aroma: Coffee, toasted characteristics, dark chocolate | Taste: Bitter-sweet chocolate, toasted coffee beans, freshly baked rye bread. 473 ml, 6% alc./vol.

www.railwaycitybrewing.com

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  One thought on “Day 9 of Taste-Mas 2016: Railway City Brewing Black Coal Stout 473 ml

  1. Russ
    December 27, 2016 at 3:35 pm

    This beer is surprisingly black. And it is surprisingly (to me) mild tasting and drinkable for a beer so dark in colour. I was expecting extreme bitterness, but it’s quite nice actually. My glass warmed a fair a bit, and the beer was still quite tasty several degrees warmer than when I started. All in all, I am putting this one down in the ‘wins’ column.

  2. Chuck
    December 27, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    This is another brew that would not normally find its way into my fridge. I am not a huge dark stout fan; but this is a fairly easy to drink brew!

    There are a lot of the normal flavours you would associate with this type of beer. The finish is different though, more of the roasted flavour comes through and a slight bitterness on the end.

    The Taste-Mas 2016 adventure continues!!!

  3. December 27, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    Yep, this is dark, very dark, but again very drinkable. The nose is very boozy with hints of coffee and the taste has bits of chocolate and coffee. It’s like drinking a Grande Dark Chocolate Mocha with alcohol added. We might be on to a new morning coffee idea for the GO Train Commuters.

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