Black bear body with blonde grizzlies piled high, atop. Licorice, espresso bean, toffee, dark chocolate, burnt honey, dried violets, dried black cherries and rich malt aromas. Sarsaparilla taste, with dark, sweet coffee, dark chocolate, baked raisin, dried black cherry, dried black currant and licorice. Stupendously supple integration of all elements! The bitter bits are a perfect counterbalance. .
#boulevardbrewing ##beer #bier #birra #biere #stout #cerveza #cerveja #stout #darktruthstout #boulevarddarktruth #kcmobeer #mobeer — 9 days ago
Shades of purple, bubbly. The color is a bit dull. Nose of plum, cherry jam, tobacco leaves, spice, and dried strawberry butter ice cream. Taste is zesty and sweet, very soft, strawberry ice cream, and good soft tannins hidden beneath it. Aftertaste has followed similar notes from nose and taste with tannins become obvious. Above average. — 6 days ago
@Delectable This is a custom winemakers’ blend from Amici and is comprised of leftover fruit from all of their single vineyard designations: Missouri Hopper, Spring Mountain, To Kalon, and Morisoli. Killer juice that was really fun to try; brought back to H-Town by a buddy from his recent trip to the winery. — 25 days ago
Dusty Nabor Wines Ballard Canyon Syrah 2017, California
Dark ruby in color with a wide reddish rim.
Fruity nose of blueberries, blackberries, black currants, black plums, oak, licorice, vanilla, cola, dark chocolates, tobacco, black pepper, earth and Indian spices.
Full-bodied and bold with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry on the palate and fruity with blackberries, black currants, oak, light vegetables, vanilla, coffee, spices, peppercorn, leather and tobacco.
Long finish with soft tannins and tangy raspberries.
This is a very enjoyable Syrah from California. Showing nice complexity with a nice mouthfeel.
Good right out of the bottle, but better after 90 minutes of airtime. As it opens up, lots of coffee and chocolate notes come in, which is very nice to see.
Wine Enthusiasts 90 points.
Already drinking well, but will be better in the next 3 to 5 years.
Nicely balanced, interesting and engaging. I especially enjoyed the nose here.
I paired it with cheeses and crackers.
A blend of 93% Syrah and 7% Viognier. Aged for 16 months in 50% new French oak barrels. Unfiltered and unfined.
15% alcohol by volume.
$40. — 5 days ago
Dessert in a bottle, new release from Anchorage Brewing Co. is a blend of two of the brewery’s most popular creations.
Endless Ending is a 15.5 percent ABV ale that is composed of a blend of A Deal with the Devil barleywine and Darkest Hour imperial stout. The ale was then aged for 18 months in barrels that previously held Woodford Reserve Double Oaked and then blended into Missouri oak barrels to age for an additional three months before being bottled.
— 17 days ago
Super sweet — a month ago
As expected, a reddish hue to the amber, giving this an added warmth visually. Nice diversity of turtle back bubble clusters falling through the negative space of fine bubbled vines forming to leave a cantilevered lacing. The rye gives an earthy note to fig and malty caramel and mangrove honey, while blood orange and sweet lemon rise like a mirage. Great beer entry with a polished iron aspect cutting into the cooked ginger, wild rice and dark tea tastes and textures. A soft recollection of spun sugar heating. Soft and sweet, while bitter and deep. Session-able, with a pause for contemplative memory. .
#terrapinbeer #terrapinbeerco #mosaichops #redrye #redryeipa #ipa #indiapaleale #ale #terrapinmosaic #Athensga #gabeer #seasonalsessions #beer #bier #biere #cerveza #birra — 2 days ago