Saturday, October 20, 2012

The Bruery Tart of Darkness

When I saw Al’s of Hampden had bottles of The Bruery Tart of Darkness, I eagerly grabbed a bottle. The beer pours a black color with a lofty and frothy tan colored head that has a wonderful fizzing sound as it subsides rather rapidly. The aroma consists of chocolate, toasted malts, raspberry, cherry, vanilla, and a light tartness. The taste is tart on the front end that brings a powerful pucker on the first sip. There are cherry and raspberry flavors on the front end before the beer finishes with a toasted malt and chocolate flavor. The alcohol content is 5.6% ABV. What a wonderful deceiving beer this could be to the unsuspecting victim. Most people see dark beers and this strong chocolate, but this had a wonderful tart pucker to it and I would absolutely drink another.

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