Monday, April 23, 2012

Stillwater Oak Aged Folklore

I ordered a glass of Stillwater Oak Aged Folklore from Devil’s Den in Philadelphia. This beer was a firkin served from a beer engine.The beer pours a black color with a foamy brown colored head that linger for a little while. The aroma consists of chocolate, smoke, earth, fig, and oak. The taste is light and chocolatey before a nice smoke presence takes over the mouth, leading to an oak finish. Hints of spicy yeast and toasted malts also are present. The alcohol content is 8.4% ABV. This beer gave off the experience of drinking a wine, as the body was light and the oak and smoke were largely present. I absolutely loved this beer and would love to have another glass.

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