Monday, October 24, 2011

Weyerbacher Tiny

While at Bocktown in Pittsburgh, I ordered a bottle of Weyerbacher Tiny. The beer pours a black color with with a bubbly brown head that dissipates rapidly. The aroma consists of dark chocolate, caramel, vanilla, and toasted malts. The taste is sweet and smooth and is like drinking velvet. There are chocolate, toasted malts, vanilla, and caramel notes throughout the experience. The finish is dry with roasted malts. The alcohol content is 11.8%  ABV. Tiny was a solid Belgian-style Imperial Stout, as the Belgian yeast provided a nice sweetness underneath the mammothly roasted beer.

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